• Modified Football

    Your Cheektowaga Modified Football team defeated Amherst yesterday 36-6. Marquan Paige, Coby Toy, Jefferson Nguyen, Scott Davis, Brad Scott, Evan McCullor, Dallas Bogel, and Ryan Williams paved the way for the warriors ground and pound offense. The running backs totaled 369 yards rushing, led by Christian Reid's 8 carries for 133 yards, Isaiah Harris' 6 carries for 111 yards and 2 Touchdowns, and Cameron Warburton 8 carries for 76 yards and 3 Touchdowns. The Warriors defense blocked a punt for a safety, the first of the season. Despite the unseasonably warm weather, the modified Warriors made sure it was a total team win.

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  • Boys Varsity Soccer

    The Boys Varsity soccer team finished off the first half of their season with a 3-1 victory over Maryvale last night. Maryvale jumped out to a 1-0 halftime lead and that is where Jacob Curr took over scoring the Warriors first goal just 0:58 into the 2nd half and scored the third goal that sealed the Warriors win. Chris Bevan had a strong game earning 2 assists while Jack Kreuzer pounced on a loose ball in the goal area and cashed in for his first of the season. Sultan Ahmed played well at halfback with strong play and one assist. Seth Fonda, Alec Zimmerman, and Nate Obstarczyk also had strong games for the Warriors. The Warriors are currently 3-2-1 in ECIC 3 in 3rd place and 4-4-1 overall. The boys will start the 2nd half of their season next Wednesday at Iroquois.


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  • Girls Tennis

    It was a nailbiter last night for the Lady Warriors Tennis team with a 3-2 loss to Springville. Jordan Richardson won both sets 6-3 and 7-6 with the first tie breaker of the season, ultimately winning 7-5 in a great match that featured excellent serves and volleys for both sides. Ana Gredelj and Alexis Sullivan also won their match with set victories of 6-2 and 6-1 in second doubles. Briana Kliber played an excellent match taking 5 games away from her opponent. Rachel Blake and Carlie Bryant won their exhibition match 6-1. The girls travel to Iroquois today.

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  • Girls Tennis

    The Lady Warriors tennis team played an excellent match against a tough Lake Shore team last night. 1st doubles team Ehete Mehret and Joy Nitiranyibagira took 6 games in 2 sets and then came back to win their exhibition match 6-5. In another exciting doubles match, Ana Gredelj and Jordan Richardson won 6-4 against a great Lake Shore team. Excellent serves and hits contributed to their victory. Briana Kliber took 5 games in her 2 set match in an impressive showing with several great volleys between her and her opponent. Qin Li and Hannah Eisenhardt also played a great match winning one game in their set. The girls take on Springville today at home at 4:00.

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  • Boys V Soccer

    The Varsity Boys soccer team dropped to 2-2-1 in ECIC 3 and 3-4-1 overall with back to back losses to Tonawanda last Friday 3-2 and #1 ranked East Aurora 5-0 last night. Sultan Ahmed and Chris Bevan scored for the Warriors vs Tonawanda but that wasn't enough coming up short by one goal. East Aurora just outplayed the Warriors putting up 3 goals in the first 15 minutes of the game. Ryan Moretta played very good in goal while Jake Curr, Chris bevan, and Sultan Ahmed have played steady on the field. The Warriors will take on rival Maryvale Wednesday at home. Come out and cheer on your Warriors

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