Giving his all

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In his junior season, Westfield’s Carson Swanson emerged as one of the premier talents in Section VI boys basketball, averaging a section-high 28.7 points per game to help lead the Wolverines to the Class C finals, which was a big factor in him earning OBSERVER/Post-Journal Player of the ...

Busy outdoor weekend for fishermen of all ages

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The Southtowns Walleye Association 9-Day Lake Erie walleye tournament is coming to a close on Sunday, Father's Day at 4 p.m. This year marks this renowned annual WNY community fishing event for the 40th year (in a row). That's amazing. Way back then, I was one of the 17 original founding ...

With the best

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Tiger Woods once won a U.S. Open at 3-under par. Nobody else in the field of 156 professional golfers finished under par that weekend. One of the PGA Tour’s four majors in 2002, that Open was played at Bethpage State Park on Long Island and billed as “The People’s Open” because it ...

Portville wins both individual awards in D2 East softball

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Portville swept a pair of individual awards as Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 East coaches released their all-star team recently. Panthers senior Mattison Foster was named the league’s Player of the Year, while Portville sophomore Bella Morales was named the Pitcher ...

Local guide is sponsoring Chaut. youth tourney start-up

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Remember that first-ever fish trip when that little red and white round bobber took a dive? The fish grabbed your baited hook, and off you went on that wild first ride of landing a fish. Excitement all the way. I was 4 years old, and my first fish was a little rock bass with huge red eyes. ...

Vara, Weimer win TCCC M-M tourney

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FORESTVILLE — CJ Vara and Danny Weimer combined to shoot a 224 to claim the Mike Irvin Member-Member Golf Tournament at Tri-County Country Club. Davin Lay and Damian Stevens teamed for a 210 to capture the overall net title. Following are the top two teams in each flight: Cindy Miller ...