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JV Boys Soccer split last week’s games

Submitted by Coach Marty Neifergold Photo by Jenny Sullivan   The JV boys’ soccer team played two games last week—Wednesday at St. Francis and Thursday we were home to Eden.  The game scheduled for Saturday against North Collins was cancelled because North Collins did not have enough players.    On Wednesday, they travelled to St. Francis and took on a ... Read More »

Modified Volleyball Opens Season with a Win

Submitted by Coach Lisa Fuller The modified Girls Volleyball team won their season opener Friday, taking 4 out of 5 sets against Holland. The girls started with strong serving by Mackenzie Owens and great teamwork, but came up short in the first set, 15-20. They rallied in a quick set two and finished 20-4 after strong service runs by Mikayla ... Read More »

Busy Week for Girls’ Tennis

Submitted by Coach Bob Gainey The Varsity Girls Tennis team took to the court last week against the East Aurora Blue Devils and lost 5-0.  The loss was a tough one for the team, but there were plenty of bright spots to take away from the match. The doubles team of Anna Franklin and Maddie Safford played brilliantly throughout the ... Read More »

Griffins Strike Quick But Lose In Final Quarter


By Rich Place Things couldn’t have gone any worse for Medina in the opening moments of their game last Friday against Springville. But then again, nothing could have been better than how it ended for them. After fumbling away their first two possessions, the Mustangs scored a go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter and an interception halted any opportunity for ... Read More »

SGI Golf Team Tees Off


By Alicia Dziak As September continues to produce warm temps, it’s a great time for fall sports. At SGI, one of the sports offered this time of year is golf. “This year’s golf team consists of 16 players,” said golf coach and SES teacher Frank Noeson. “There are five seniors, one junior, four sophomores, three freshmen, two eighth graders and ... Read More »

SGI Sports Schedule, Sept. 14-20, 2018

Friday, Sept. 14 JV & V Girls Volleyball @ Holland, 4:30 p.m. V Girls Swim vs Tonawanda, 4:30 p.m. V Girls Soccer vs. Eden, 4:30 p.m. Mod Girls Volleyball @ Holland, 5 p.m. V Girls Tennis @ Eden, 5 p.m. V. Football @ Olean, 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15 JV GIrls Volleyball only @ Gowanda Tourn. 9 a.m. V & ... Read More »

Zabawa Sisters Combine for All Three Goals Against Warriors


By Alicia Dziak Last Thursday, SGI’s varsity and JV girls’ soccer teams headed north to Tonawanda to take on the Lady Warriors on the school’s football field. Dominating early on, varsity coach Eric Holler said one of their strengths was possession. “We had the ball the majority of the game,” he said. The girls came away with a 3-1 win, ... Read More »

Girls’ Tennis Opens Season


Submitted by Coach Bob Gainey The Varsity Girls Tennis team started their season off in style on Friday night as they took down the Depew Wildcats by a score of 3-2. Taking the first point of the match was the tandem of Haylee Cerrone and Maria Rumfola. In their first varsity match as partners, they played well together and made ... Read More »

JV Boys Soccer Beats Alden in Close Game

Submitted by Coach Marty Neifergold The boys JV soccer team improved to 5-0-0 on Friday, Sept. 7 with a hard-fought 1-0 victory at Alden.   It was a very intense and close game all the way through.  When it started, the Bulldogs had the better part of the play, applying much pressure to the Springville team.  The Griffins were able ... Read More »

JV Griffins Take Down Titans


Submitted by Coach Brian Kader Last week Tuesday, the Springville JV Griffins opened their season with an 8-6 victory over the Franklinville/Ellicottville Titans on Pop Warner Field.  AJ Slippy scored the lone touchdown for the Griffs on a 65-yard reception from QB Tom Orndorff. Cole Baker caught what proved to be the winning conversion from Orndorff following the score. With ... Read More »

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