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Student-Led Presentations Highlight School Board Meeting


By Rich Place If there was ever a time for SGI Superintendent Kimberly Moritz to tell the board she is headed to the U.S. Department of Education to present ways Springville is “reimagining education,” perhaps following three student-led presentations was a good time to do it. Moritz told the board at its Tuesday meeting that she, along with high school ... Read More »

Girls Track, Franklinville Invitational Results


Photo by Jaime Dickinson 1st Place Finishes: 4 x 200 Relay: Payton Rowe, Evelyn Smith, Brooke Walker, Lexi Moriarty Steeplechase Relay: Sonya Krezmien, Hannah Goetz, Lizzy Miranda, Elle Russell Distance Medley: Lizzy Miranda, Hannah Goetz, Sonya Krezmien, Elle Russell Discus Relay: Mackenzie Engel, Marinna Heichberger 2nd Place Finishes: 4 x 800: Elle Russell, Sonya Krezmien, Lizzy Miranda, Jamie Dickinson 4 ... Read More »

SGI Middle Schoolers Take to the Ice


By Alicia Dziak This time of year, SGI spring sports include baseball, softball, lacrosse, track and tennis. But for some other dedicated athletes, their sport of choice is one that involves ice. Yes, that’s right — hockey. Brooke Judkiewicz is a seventh grader who plays for the 12U Buffalo Regals, an all-girls team made up of 16 12-year-olds and two ... Read More »

Krebs Earns Eagle Scout Award


Sam Krebs, an SGI senior, has recently achieved the highlight of his scouting career. A journey that began in 2006 when Sam joined scouts as a Tiger Cub reached a climax on a snowy April afternoon in Sprague Brook Park. On Saturday, April 7, a Court of Honor was held at the Casino Pavilion in the park to award Sam ... Read More »

SGI Senior Chooses Air Force Over West Point


By Rich Place You could hear a pin drop in the SGI High School Library for a few moments last Wednesday afternoon, as senior Benn Smith paused briefly with two letters of intent in front of him. Nearly four dozen family members, friends and school faculty gathered for a unique ceremony for Benn, who was presented a rare decision of ... Read More »

Springville Little League Moves to Empire West League


By Tim Oakley If we didn’t have calendars, it would be hard to believe that spring is well underway.  Even though the flowers’ stalks have yet to ascend and many yards still have random piles of old man winter scattered about, the outdoor sports seasons have arrived! Few things are better than seeing your child unplug from the Matrix and ... Read More »

SGI Varsity Football Schedule Unveiled

By Rich Place The leaves may not yet have appeared on the trees, but Section VI recently unveiled its 2018 master football schedule to get fans and teams ready for when autumn comes knocking at the door. For the SGI Griffins varsity football team, the schedule includes a healthy mix of old and new opponents and four home games, including ... Read More »

SGI Sports, April 12-19. 2018

Thursday, April 12 V. Boys Tennis @ Depew, 4 p.m. V. Softball @ North Collins, 4:30 p.m. JV Baseball @ Olean, 4:30 p.m. Friday, April 13 V. Boys Tennis vs. Tonawanda, 4 p.m. JV Baseball vs. Depew, 4:30 p.m. JV Softball vs. Depew, 4:30 p.m. V. Baseball vs. Lake Shore (Concord Town Park), 4:45 p.m. V. Softball vs. Lake Shore, ... Read More »

Purple and Gold Forever for the Hannon Brothers

Michael Hannon Jr. will join his older brother Patrick on the football field at Alfred University next year.

By Alicia Dziak If you live in Springville, chances are you know the Hannons. Whether it’s through Michael Hannon Sr.’s excavating and landscaping business, the gym they own, Springville Health and Fitness, or through their involvement in the community, they are familiar names and faces. And Springville sports fans know the Hannons are synonymous with SGI football. Michael Jr., graduating ... Read More »

Boys’ Tennis Ready to Hit the Court


By Alicia Dziak Among the handful of spring sports offered at SGI is boys’ tennis, coached by SES teacher Frank Noeson, returning to the position for the 14th year. A total of 25 boys make up the team, who began practicing March 12. This year’s team consists of four seniors, five juniors, six sophomores, one freshman, three eighth graders, two ... Read More »

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