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Emerson 78, Springville 52

Adam Pruitt led Springville with 18 points, three assists and three rebounds in an opening-round loss Wednesday in the Emerling Holiday Tournament. Alex Fransisco had 11 points, four rebounds and three blocks for the Griffins. Austin Boies chipped in 12 points with five boards. Read More »

‘Exercise for Cystic Fibrosis’ to support worthy cause Jan. 5

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Bradley Poole, who battles cystic fibrosis every day of his life, is presenting a fundraising benefit, “Exercise for Cystic Fibrosis,” Jan. 5 at Madigan’s.

By Deb Everts Local fitness trainer Bradley Poole invites the public to come out and support a worthy cause at his “Exercise for Cystic Fibrosis” fundraising event in Ellicottville Saturday, Jan. 5, upstairs at Madigan’s. At 4 p.m., Poole will lead attendees in a 30-minute cardio blast workout, which is a total body workout combining cardio, strength and agility movements. ... Read More »

SGI students discuss the cardboard boat races

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All competitors with Mr. Shelley, Mr. Vogel and Mr. Bialasik

By Elyana Schosek, Student Reporter Before the holiday break, students at Springville-Griffith High School participated in the annual cardboard boat races in the high school pool. Last week, we looked at the race itself and what goes into preparing for it. Now, we catch up with some of the students to hear why the enjoy this annual tradition so much. ... Read More »

Ringing in 2019 at Kissing Bridge

Photos by Alex Simmons

Photos by Alex Simmons The slopes at Kissing Bridge were busy Tuesday with skiers and snowboarders celebrating the first day of 2019 by racing and carving their way through the freshly fallen snow. Read More »

John F. Kennedy 63, Springville-Griffith 57

Mason Goodridge scored 27 points with four assists, five rebounds and six steals in a loss Tuesday night, Dec. 18. Adam Pruitt marked 11 points, four assists and nine rebounds while Zach Parker had eight points and seven boards. For JFK, Mitchell Fischer scored 15 points while Zach Manzella had 13 and Jamaal Huff 11. Read More »

Cleveland Hill edges SGI boys hoops, 59-54

Cleveland Hill held off Springville Friday night, denying the Griffins a chance at victory despite senior Mason Goodrige’s 22 points. The Eagles won, 59-54. In addition to Goodrige’s 22, senior Adam Pruitt added 17 points and filled out the stat sheet with five assists, six rebounds and four steals for the Griffins (2-5). Austin Boies chipped in eight points and ... Read More »

Springville girls win fourth straight headed into holiday tourney

The Springville-Griffith Institute varsity girls basketball team remained undefeated in league play after a win over JFK, 61-18, on Thursday, Dec. 20. The girls’ tenacious defense led to a number of steals which shook the JFK attack throughout the evening, coach Bob Gainey noted, led by Kelsey Zabawa “flying all over the floor getting steals and finding teammates in the ... Read More »

Springville 70, Holland 56

A balanced offensive night led Thursday to its second victory of the season, with four players in double-figure scoring. Mason Goodridge scored 19 points to pace the Griffins while Austin Boies added 16 points, five rebounds and four assists. Adam Pruitt chipped in 15 points and five boards and Austin Lux had 12 points. Alex Fransisco helped out with six ... Read More »

Springville 79, Holland 23

The Lady Griffs used a scorching first quarter to scored 24 points behind some stellar defense and incredible shooting while Kenz Owens buried four three-pointers to push the team to a 24-3 lead. Coach Gainey noted the “great hustle” of Ivette Lewandowski, Grace Zabawa, Meg Rehrauer, Nyah Solly and Bella Oakley, and the team’s suffocating help defense and traps all ... Read More »

Lady Griffs beat West Seneca West for third straight win

The Springville-Griffith Institute varsity girls basketball team continued its winning ways on Tuesday night, Dec. 18, with a 68-23 victory over West Seneca West. The girls started off slowly but quickly found their footing behind some tough plays by Grace Zabawa and Kelsey Zabawa. The sisters were relentless with their pressure and scoring ability, coach Bob Gainey noted, but the ... Read More »

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