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Kissing Bridge Instructor Training Course Nov. 19

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Winter will be here soon, and at Kissing Bridge, that means all things skiing and snowboarding. If you’ve dreamed of spending your snowy days on the slopes, why not share your love of winter sports with others and be an instructor? KB is offering a training course on Nov. 19, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Central Lodge. ... Read More »

Kissing Bridge Fall Fest Is Here!

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20 Vendors, Ski/Snowboard Swap  By Alicia Dziak Snow is in the forecast, which means it’s time to think about all that fun you’re going to have come winter. Get ready at Kissing Bridge’s Fall Fest, Nov. 11-13, featuring a huge ski/snowboard swap, 20 vendors, and much more. Starting on Friday, Nov. 11 at noon, stop in and pay only $1 ... Read More »

Springville XC Sends Two to States

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The Cross Country team competed in Sectionals at Beaver Island State Park on Friday.  Sonya Krezmein won the race with teammate Elle Russell finishing 7 seconds after.  Both earned the opportunity to compete this Saturday in Binghamton at the State meet.  The girls team finished 5th out of 25 teams while missing key athlete Samantha Fruehauf.   Gwen Fruehauf finished ... Read More »

SYI Indoor Soccer for Students in Grades 3-6

Looking for a way for your kids to use up that wintertime energy? Sign them up for SYI’s indoor soccer league, open to kids in grades 3-6. The league will start on Jan. 24 and run Tuesday and Thursday evenings through March 22. Two 45-minute games are held per night in the middle school gym. Cost is $25 and includes ... Read More »

SGI Cross Country: Girls Place 1st at ECICs, Boys Take 2nd

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Submitted by SGI Cross Country Coach Chad Russell This past Saturday, Springville cross country attended the ECIC Championship Invitational held at Alden High School.  The teams raced very well, taking first place, beating the other teams in their division and ending the season 10 – 0. The guys team took second in the divisional meet, losing to Alden, but beating ... Read More »

Girls Volleyball Falls Short in Semis

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The girls volleyball team suffered a disappointing loss to City Honors in the semifinals Tuesday night. The team had a tremendous season and is to be congratulated for making it to semis. Coach Hughey would like to thank each of the 11 girls on the squad for the hard work and dedication they put in all season long!  Thank you ... Read More »

Girls Modified Soccer Finishes Strong

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By Alicia Dziak The SGI modified girls soccer team finished up their season on Saturday, Oct. 29 with a 2-1 win over Holland. In a battle of two purple and gold teams, the Griffs struck first with a goal by Jackie Roggie, assisted by Brooke Walker. Holland answered with a goal later in the second half. SGI dominated the second ... Read More »

Griffins Struggle in Funke Bowl

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By Indrek Kongats After an exciting win last Friday night under the lights against Depew, SGI looked poised to capture the Class B Section VI  Chuck Funke Memorial Classic, dubbed the Funke Bowl, Thursday night against East Aurora/Holland HS. The two had matched up back on Oct. 14 with EAH coming out on top 43-16. This would be a tough ... Read More »

Outdoor Adventure: Beginners Guide to Fly Fishing for Steelhead

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By Indrek Kongats If you are reading this column to learn how to fly fish for one of the most challenging of the Salmonidae species, then you have come to the right place. If you’ve never fly fished before, no problem—what you’ll read will help you with that as well. Most people fly fish because it’s the most elegant way ... Read More »

KB Fall Fest Nov. 11-13

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Ski/Snowboard Swap to Benefit Ski Patrol By Alicia Dziak As the days continue to get colder and shorter, we know winter is coming up fast and it’s time to think about all your snowy day acitivities. Enjoy the calm before the holiday storm, and take some time to enjoy post-Halloween, pre-Thanksgiving by getting yourself prepared for the white stuff at ... Read More »

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