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Varsity Volleyball Team Hosts Youth Volleyball Day

Submitted by Coach Carolyn Bell   Last Thursday, Springville’s varsity volleyball team defeated Tonawanda in three sets: 25-11, 25-20 and 25-16.   The team as a whole had minimal unforced errors making it really difficult for Tonawanda to gain an edge at any point during the match. The night’s stats leaders were all seniors: Mary DiGangi with 10 kills, Meadow ... Read More »

Early Lead Not Enough as Depew Edges Springville Football

The SGI football team took an early 7-0 lead, but couldn’t keep up with visiting Depew on Thursday, Oct. 4. The Wildcats beat the Griffins, 33-14, in Western New York Class B-2 division play. Bryson Black scored a 7-yard run in the first quarter for the Griffins (0-6). Jackson Richert caught a 22-yard pass from Nick Emmick in the fourth ... Read More »

Slippy Scores 4 TDs as JV Football Defeats Depew

Submitted by Coach Brian Kader   On Saturday, the Springville JV Griffins defeated the Depew Wildcats 48 – 14.  The win snapped a four-game losing streak on the season for the Griffs and a three-game losing streak against the Wildcats.   Springville didn’t waste any time getting on the board as AJ Slippy scampered 67 yards to the endzone on ... Read More »

SGI Community to ‘Pink-Out’ Pop Warner Field Oct. 12

October is breast cancer awareness month, signified by the color pink.  On Oct. 12, SGI football players, cheerleaders, and fans will be wearing pink, as the SGI Griffins take on the Pioneer Panthers in the last SGI regular home football game of the season. It’s all part of the Pink Out the Sidelines event to promote the availability of mammograms ... Read More »

Girls’ Tennis Action Continues

Submitted by Coach Bob Gainey The varsity girls tennis team visited Iroquois on Thursday night in a non-league match and lost 4-1. 1st singles player Hannah Yetter lost her match (6-1, 6-2) against a very strong opponent.  Hannah has really come a long way in regards to staying confident within a match no matter the situation. 2nd singles player Caleigh ... Read More »

Varsity Girls Remain Undefeated

By Alicia Dziak Last week, the girls’ varsity soccer team faced off against Mount St. Mary’s, coming away with a 1-0 win. Grace Zabawa scored the only goal in the game, with Amy Stabell earning the shutout in net. Last week Thursday, the girls hosted Tonawanda, resulting in a 3-0 win for the Lady Griffs. Zabawa had the hat trick, ... Read More »

JV Football Pushing Through ‘Rough Patch’

Submitted by Coach Brian Kader The Springville JV Griffins have hit a rough patch following a strong start to their 2018 season. Last week, the Griffs dropped a 32-0 decision to the Lackawanna Steelers.  Alex Elkins had an interception and Eric Pruitt led the team in tackles along with forcing a fumble.  Turnovers and offensive struggles were again the Achilles ... Read More »

Varsity Volleyball Stays Strong

Submitted by Coach Carolyn Bell Springville Varsity Volleyball continued its winning streak with a strong win against JFK. The team has been working on offensive versatility in practices, and it showed last Thursday with the team’s ability to execute serve receive and free ball plays effectively. The night’s highlights included five kills each from seniors Allie Emmick and Morgan Christ.  ... Read More »

October Race Rundown

By Alicia Dziak Race season continues this fall, and what better way to burn off some calories than gathering friends and family and joining in? Whether you’re in it to win it or just for the camaraderie, hitting the pavement or hitting the trails this October will surely be memorable! Fall Fest weekend in Ellicottville means many traditions for thousands ... Read More »

Swimming & Diving Team Makes a Splash


By Alicia Dziak As the fall sports season heads into the back half, the girls’ swimming and diving team is seeing incredible success, at press time, undefeated with a 4-0 record. “Last week Thursday we competed against Eden which is usually a close one, but we were able to build up the lead throughout and won 115-81,” said coach Karen ... Read More »

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