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October 9, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

Football team breaks through for year’s first win

Emaure Williams racked up over 300 yards of total offensive output to make sure that the fans who’ve supported him and his teammates all season long wouldn’t leave Saturday’s homecoming game disappointed, as Clarence knocked off Loc More...

Girls swimming team coasts to pair of wins

Clarence’s girls swimming team put its depth on display Friday, sweeping every event in absolutely dominating West Seneca West, 150-36, to improve to 6-0 on the season.  More...

Boys cross country wins Knox Invite; girls just miss title

Clarence’s cross country team was nearly able to pull off the sweep at Saturday’s third annual Knox Farm Invitational, but the host’s girls squad had other ideas as the Lady Blue Devils of East Aurora prevented the Red Devils from s More...

SCOREBOARD

Football: def. Lockport 31-21 Boys soccer: def. Orchard Park 4-1, def. Frontier 4-1 Girls soccer: def. Orchard Park 2-0, def. Frontier 5-0 Boys volleyball: def. Orchard Park 22-25, 25-23, 25-18, 25-14; def. Williamsville More...

Sports briefs

The Buffalo Stars Bantam MOHL #2 House Team, which plays in the WNYHL MOHL Division, has an immediate need of a goaltender (1999 or 2000 birth year) for the upcoming season. More...

Girls volleyball picks up key league win over Hamburg

Clarence’s girls volleyball team continued to play well with the closing stretch of the season approaching, knocking off Hamburg in a crucial league clash Friday before reaching the quarterfinal round of Frontier’s annual tournament the n More...

CALENDAR

Wednesday, October 9 Boys soccer: Williamsville North, 4:45 p.m. Girls soccer: at Williamsville North, 4:45 p.m. Boys volleyball: at Lancaster, 6 p.m. More...

Clarence High School HOMECOMING 2013

PEP RALLY — Alexis Louisos, front left, Courtney Dec, Maggier Hoffman and Shelby Cornell perform the senior dance with some of their classmates at the pep rally on Friday as part of Clarence Hi More...

Quarter century of OP dominance ended by boys volleyball squad

Clarence’s boys volleyball team did something Oct. More...

Girls tennis sweeps West

Clarence’s girls tennis team improved to .500 overall on the season Wednesday by shutting out West Seneca West, 5-0.  More...

Boys golf sews up 8-2 record

Clarence’s boys golf team just edged out Williamsville East in Thursday’s regular-season finale, 247-250, to close out its year with a second-place mark of 8-2 in the ECIC North Large Schools division.  More...

Boys soccer moves closer to securing league title

Clarence’s boys soccer team picked up a pair of crucial league victories last week to maintain its charge towards the top of the ECIC I standings, as the Red Devils knocked off both Orchard Park and Frontier by identical 4-1 marks.  More...

Girls soccer team adds pair of shutouts to tally

Clarence’s girls soccer team kicked off October by continuing its winning ways, as the Lady Red Devils posted shutout victories over Orchard Park and Frontier to improve to 8-1 against ECIC I competition.  More...

Girls gymnastics team opens season with tough outings

Clarence’s girls gymnastics team has had a bit of a tough road to start its season, but the Lady Red Devils have given their all in each of their three meets to date and are improving every step of the way, according to coach Lisa Stumpf.  More...

Field hockey team bounces back from losses

After dropping games to Pioneer and Iroquois the week before, Clarence’s field hockey team was able to bounce back against Orchard Park and Sweet Home last week to go .500 over the course of its last four contests.  More...

Hail wins Division III house soccer title

The Hail survived two earlier playoff games to earn the right to play for the Clarence Soccer Club House Division III championship against the Flood, and the Hail weren’t about to let the recent opportunity to bring home the hardware slip throu More...


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