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Springville Falls Short, Loses by 1 to Frontier


By Indrek Kongats The Griffins dropped a fourth quarter barn burner to Hamburg’s Frontier HS last Friday. After an exciting first half and solid defense in the third quarter, all heck broke loose in the final quarter of the game as Frontier put 13 points on the score board to Springville’s 12. Springville drew first blood with a first quarter ... Read More »

SGI SPORTS SCHEDULE, Sept. 16-22, 2016

Friday, Sept. 16 Girls Soccer – JV Lake Shore 4:30 p.m. Away Girls Soccer – Varsity Lake Shore 4:30 p.m.  Away Girls Tennis Maryvale 4:30 p.m.  Home Girls Volleyball – JV Cleveland Hill 4:30 p.m.  Away Girls Volleyball – Varsity Cleveland Hill 5:30 p.m.  Away Football – Varsity Pioneer 7 p.m.  Home Saturday, Sept. 17 Girls Volleyball – JV Gowanda ... Read More »

Coaches’ Corner, Sept. 16, 2016

Varsity Football, coach Eric Jantzi, assistant coach Rob Valenti The varsity football team lost a heartbreaker 20-19 on Friday night.  In a hard fought non-league game against a class AA large school, Springville surrendered the game winning touchdown with 13 seconds left in the contest.  For the Griffins, it was the story of missed opportunities and turnovers.  GI rushed for ... Read More »

SGI Volleyball: Three Teams Strive for the Best


By Alicia Dziak With the fall sports season underway, three levels of SGI girls’ volleyball are hitting their way through another successful season. Modified The modified squad is coached by Stephanie Sullivan, a fifth grade teacher at Springville Elementary, who has been coaching for seven years. This youngest volleyball team has a  roster of 15 girls— seven returning eighth graders, ... Read More »

High Expectations for SGI Boys Soccer


By Ashlee Oakley On a sunny August morning, the SGI boys’ soccer teams are practicing dutifully beside Springville’s elementary and middle schools. All of the soccer coaches are in agreement: they are happy they have full teams and they’re ready to get their game on! Tom Szczerbacki, physical education teacher for Colden Elementary and varsity soccer coach, was happy to ... Read More »

Coaches’ Corner


Girls Modified Soccer, coach Alicia Dziak SGI’s modified girls soccer team is continuing to work hard on their skills, building up their endurance and getting ready for their first scrimmage vs. Pioneer on Sept. 14. Their roster is now set at 18 girls. Girls JV Soccer, coach Riley O’Connor The Springville Girls JV Soccer team won their season opener against ... Read More »

SGI Football: Team, Effort, Tradition


By T. J. Oakley On a picturesque Friday morning, my wife and I walked across a dew drenched, foggy field to see first-hand the beginnings of something great.  As we continued forth, a clamor echoed from within the mist.  The beautiful sounds of late summer roused an excitement that was familiar, yet as euphoric as ever. The fog began to ... Read More »

Jeep Days at KB Aug. 27-28


By Alicia Dziak Jeep owners love their Jeeps, and if you’re one of them, why not join other like-minded peeps this weekend for the 2016 Emerling Jeep KBMoto Trail Ride? On Saturday, Aug. 27 and Sunday, Aug. 28, Kissing Bridge hosts this adventure-filled event. “Emerling Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram strives to connect current and future customers with like-minded Jeep owners ... Read More »

Coaches’ Corner


Girls Modified Soccer, coach Alicia Dziak SGI’s modified girls soccer team began practices on Monday, Aug. 22. With eight incoming 7th graders joining several returning and new 8th graders, the squad will have more players than last year. They are looking forward to a strong season, with their first game at East Aurora on Sept. 19. Girls JV Soccer, coach ... Read More »

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