NYSPHSAA girls basketball: Midlakes wins in Class B semifinals


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  • Date: 2019-03-16T03:24:40.884Z
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Girls basketball preview: Far West Regionals & state Catholic semifinals

Section V girls basketball teams historically haven’t had much trouble dispatching its Section VI opposition in the Far West Regionals.

Rochester-area schools come into Saturday’s games at Rush-Henrietta High School leading the all-time series with a record of 103-59. In the last three years, however, Western New York has held its own and is a respectable 8-7.

Section VI won four of the five matchups at SUNY Buffalo State in 2015, including Williamsville South while on its way to a NYSPHSAA Class A title. Buffalo-area schools have gone 2-3 each of the last two years.

The most local success has come in Class D. Of the 13 state championships won by Section VI, eight have been in the smallest classification. Clymer won in 2010, while Pine Valley claimed seven in a 15-year span from 1991-2005. Panama was the state runner-up each of the last two seasons.

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BOYS LACROSSE: Mustangs look to clear state semifinal hurdle

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Penn Yan defender Dakota Miller (91) scoops the ball away from Akron’s Owen Hill as Miller’s Mustang teammates swarm in front of the goal during Saturday’s Western Regional. Penn Yan won 12-11 in overtime and will face Chenango Forks in the state semifinals today.

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US&J 2018 Local Sports in Review, Part 1 LOCKPORT SAYS HELLO, GOODBYE IN 2018 – Lockport Union

US&J FILE PHOTOAmer Abdallah is raised by his followers, after capturing the World Kickboxing Association Cruiserweight championship of the world in Lockport back in May of 2016.

It was a year of fond farewells in the Lockport area, for both people, institutions and in many cases, records themselves, in 2018.

It was also a year of new beginnings, as Lockport said hello to a new, artificial-turf football field at Max D. Lederer Stadium and the construction of two turf baseball fields on Beattie Avenue.

Lockport High School said hello to several new coaches, including Trait Smith (football), Bill Morello (wrestling), Lou Cercone (golf), Erik Musto (ice hockey), Stephen Kojsza (tennis, girls volleyball) and Alexa Barrancotta (cross country assistant), while we said goodbye to some important local records, thanks to guys like J.J. Napoli (golf) and Malik Brooks (high school football).

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