• Boys Bowling

    Boys Bowling

    The boys bowling team lost a hard fought 6 to 1 match and dropped their league record to 0 and 2. Derek Mergenhagen lead the "A" team with a 234 while Dominick Pulkownik chipped in with a 213, Collin Cooper a 169 and Colin Sheridan a 158. The "B" team was lead by Even Lenhard's 491 set with a 187 high game. Nathan Pocobello chipped in with a 184, Jeoff Gioia a 182, Zach Holdren a 157 and Steve Fuzer a 153 for the boys who host Tonawanda on Monday.

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  • Girls Bowling

    Girls Bowling

    The girls bowling team even their record at 1 and 1 with a 4 to 3 victory over Alden. The "B" team took 2 out of 3 points in the match and were lead by Alyssa Chorazak's 478 set with a 192 high game. Karissa Leroy added a 188, Jamie Millace a 156 and Grace Taton a 138. The "A" team was lead by Emily Crone's 583 set with a 225 high game. Emma Rome added a 187, Caitlin Kirst a 183 and Sarah Hencinski chipped in with a 152 for the girls who host Tonawanda on Monday.

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  • Varsity Wrestling

    Varsity Wrestling

    The Warrior wrestling team lost a 43-23 match to Tonawanda yesterday. Winning for the Warriors were Taher Ahmed, Huy Dang, Caleb Graves, and Kiar Parker. The Warriors are now 1-1 in ECIC 3 and 1-6 overall. This team has wrestled very well considering that just about each wrestler bumps up 1 sometimes 2 weight classes to help the team. Thats right they don't lose weight they go against someone bigger. So proud of my 11 wrestlers that have worked hard to call themselves Cheektowaga Warriors. The Varsity team will head to the ECIC tournament this weekend while the other half of the team will head to the NT Lumberjack JV tournament.

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  • Boys V Basketball

    Boys V Basketball

    The Warriors begun the 2017-18 season with a 65-51 win over Springville last night. Warriors jumped out early and held a commanding lead for most of the night. A few hiccups and still need to shake off some rust and come together as a team, but we'll take an opening night league win any day.
    Rudy Bragg led the Warriors in scoring with 23, while Alex Bryant chipped in 16 and was active on both ends all night. The Warriors also got key contributions from Davon Brown, Tyreek Gibson, Jacob Warden and Jaquan Pugh. This team is very balanced if they're on the same page, as they continue to play team ball and build trust among each other could they give ECIC III fits all season.
    Be sure to come out and support the Warriors Wednesday night as the host cross town rival Maryvale in a huge league matchup, JV tips at 5 and Varsity at 6:30, see you then and BE LOUD, GO WARRIORS!

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  • Varsity Girls Track

    Varsity Girls Track

    GIRLS
    Ally Alvira – took 2nd place in the TJ leaping 34’ 7.5” and 6th place in the 55 M Hurdles posting a PB time of 9.43
    Torrie Jenkins – took 3rd in the TJ leaping 33’ 6.75” and 6th in the LJ with a 14’ 11” jump
    Alexis Sullivan - posted a career best time in the 1500 Race-walk dropping 30 seconds for a time of 10:38.9
    The 4 x 400 Relay of Ally Alvira, Domonique Gaines, Brooklyn Lawrence, and Torrie Jenkins took 4th overall out of 26 teams posting a time of 4:37.2
    Cassidy Scott – had a PB in the Weight throw bettering her mark by 5’ – heaving it 28’ 2”
    Anastasia Bryant – did the same in the Shot with a mark of 27’ 9” bettering her best by 5’ as well

    The teams will travel to SUNY Buff State next week for a divisional showdown starting @ 8:00

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