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Springville Soccer Club: U16 Girls Win Over OP


By Alicia Dziak Last week Thursday, the U16 girls Avalanche traveled to Orchard Park. A very physical game ended in a big 1-0 win for the girls, with Shelby Stisser scoring the goal off a free kick by Rachel Stressinger late in the game. All the girls played a great game, with personal best playing by Destiny Lightcap and Maddie ... Read More »

Schlemmer Recognized by NYSSRA as Scholar Athlete


By Alicia Dziak Photo Elizabeth Pellette Photography SGI senior Katie Schlemmer recently received the New York State Ski Racing Association (NYSSRA) Sally Davis Scholar athlete award for excelling at her academics as well as ski racing. Qualification requirements included being on the honor roll, qualifying and competing in the Empire State Winter Games (ESWG) and writing an essay. “I’ve been ... Read More »

Rowe Places Third in 400m Hurdles at States


Last weekend, SGI’s Payton Rowe competed in track and field states in the 400m hurdle competition.Payton finished in 3rd place among Division 2 schools and 11th place in the entire state! Among the track team’s season record breakers: • Payton Rowe breaks 400 M Hurdle record again at Section 6 championship meet 1:04.34 FAT  6/2/18 • Sonya Krezmien breaks Steeplechase ... Read More »

Springville Soccer Club: Teams Go 5-3 Day One of Odenbach


By Alicia Dziak The inaugural season of the Springville Soccer Club is in full swing, with all four teams working hard to build up Springville’s reputation in soccer. Last Thursday, the U16 boys Griffins traveled to Lockport and came away with a 2-0 win. The goals were scored by Jake Schreiber and Ben Sullivan. Solid defensive effort was put in ... Read More »

SGI Sophomore Looks Back on Lax Season with Eden


By Alicia Dziak Last week, the Springville Times featured a story about SGI senior Dylan Noeller who plays lacrosse for the Eden Raiders as part of a sports merger between the two schools in boys lacrosse. In addition to Noeller, a Springville sophomore also plays for Eden’s JV team. Trevor Maracle has been playing lacrosse since he was eight.  “I ... Read More »

Ready, Set, Mud! Mudslide Next Weekend


By Alicia Dziak In the mood for some friendly competition? How about a chairlift ride, some snowmakers, a bunch of fun obstacles, lots of laughs, and oh yeah, did we mention MUD? It’s all back and it’s better than ever as the Holiday Valley Mudslide returns on Saturday, June 16. What sets the Mudslide apart from other area obstacle races? ... Read More »

SGI Boys Tennis Finishes 10-5

Submitted by Coach Frank Noeson The SGI boys’ tennis team finished the 2018 season with a 10-5 overall record and 7-5 in division, earning the team a tie for second place in ECIC Division 3. Springville swept division opponents Pioneer (5-0, 5-0), Lake Shore (4-1, 5-0) and Maryvale (3-2, 3-2). The Griffins split matches with Iroquois, winning one match (3-2) ... Read More »

Boys Track Competes at Sectionals

Submitted by Coach Joseph Marvin Photo by Jaime Dickinson Congratulations to Nick Abdo, Seth Dash, Jared Reese, Topher Elkins and Brett Russell of the boys track team who competed in sectionals at Niagara Falls High school this past weekend.  Nick Abdo led the team taking second in the 800 by one hundredth and breaking the school record with a 1:58.17.  ... Read More »

Springville Soccer Club Weekly Results, June 6, 2018


By Alicia Dziak Last Thursday, the U16 girls Avalanche traveled to Akron. After waiting out a thunderstorm, the game began 30 minutes late, and resulted in a 1-1 tie. Dru Robinson scored the goal for Springville, with the assist from Emma Gang. On the defensive end, Rachel Stressinger and Shay Ellis put in solid effort, and Logan Lukert played a ... Read More »

SGI Senior Helps Propel Eden Lax to Sectionals


By Alicia Dziak While SGI offers its students the opportunity to play many interscholastic sports, boys’ lacrosse is not one of them. Fortunately for one SGI senior, Dylan Noeller, he can now play the game he loves for Eden. Noeller, who had not played lacrosse since playing for the Hamburg Knights in eighth grade, said he got into the sport by ... Read More »

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