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Krueger links Sabres’ scoring funk to team’s fragile psyche

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The trouble with the Buffalo Sabres’ sudden inability to score has more to do with players’ heads than hands, as far as coach Ralph Krueger is concerned. “One of my biggest takes out of that game yesterday was the fragile psychological state of the team right now,” Krueger bluntly ...

Source: Bills LB Milano to test free agency

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BUFFALO — Starting linebacker Matt Milano will explore free agency next month because of Buffalo’s salary-cap constraints, a person with direct knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press on Friday. Milano has been a starter since his rookie season in 2017, and his decision is ...

Keeping an eye on any bills affecting sportsmen

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It is the time of year when politicians gather together and attempt to make our lives ... different. Now that the smoke has cleared and we have a new president, legislators will put forth their proposals for the forthcoming term. The Conservation Council provides a watchdog service for any ...

Fast start carries Randolph past Silver Creek

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SILVER CREEK — Randolph jumped out to a quick 18-3 first-quarter lead and beat Silver Creek/Forestville, 53-17, in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 East action Friday afternoon. Kyra Pence led the Cardinals (4-0, 2-0) with 15 points and four assists; Sydney Hvizdzak ...

Bowling

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Anne Haase rolled a 183-166-500 to highlight bowling action from the Fumble League on Feb. 10. Other scores were Marie Skubis with a 239 game, Tony Mistretta with a 213, Devon Mistretta with a 162-185, Jen Laurito with a 164 and Pam Pleszewski with a 160. Bobek’s Ladies had the high team ...

HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE

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SATURDAY, FEB. 20 GIRLS BASKETBALL Sherman at Jamestown, 10 a.m. Buffalo Seminary at North Collins, 10 a.m. Cassadaga Valley at Falconer, 12:30 p.m. Silver Creek at Franklinville, 12:30 p.m. Southwestern at Randolph, 2:30 p.m. BOYS BASKETBALL Chautauqua Lake at Fredonia, 11:30 ...

Tell steals the show

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Coming off a heartbreaking 61-59 loss Wednesday night to the Salamanca Warriors, a young Dunkirk basketball team entered Thursday night hungry for a win. In the early stages of the game, no one was hungrier than junior Marauder Amarion Tell. The Marauders topped Eden, 77-52, at Dunkirk ...

Pattyson shines, Cougars edge Dunkirk

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SINCLAIRVILLE — Kaylee Pattyson had a game to remember Thursday night, pouring in 32 points and grabbing 28 rebounds to send Cassadaga Valley to a 55-46 victory over Dunkirk to highlight area girls basketball action. Sarah Meder added 12 points, 16 rebounds and four assists; and Aliyah ...

Silver Creek boys knock off Falconer

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FALCONER — Silver Creek moved to 2-3-1 on the year with a 57-30 win over Falconer. Matt Woleben and Samuel Braidich combined for 17 of 28 first-quarter points for the Black Knights, finishing with 11 and 24 respectively in the win. Nick Erickson led Falconer with 7 points. SILVER ...

Donation to Chautauqua Sports HOF

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The grandchildren of Hugh Bedient paid a visit to the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame in Jamestown on Thursday where they donated memorabilia belonging to the former Major League pitcher and 1912 World Series hero. Bedient, a Falconer native, appeared in the second, third, fifth and eighth games ...

Fredonia, Dunkirk battle in CCAA swim meet

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FREDONIA — Depth proved to be the difference as Fredonia posted a narrow 93-87 win over Dunkirk/Westfield/Forestville in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association boys swimming on Thursday. Adam Fred was a double winner for the visitors, taking the 50-yard freestyle (24.03) and the ...

‘Team ball’

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Fredonia would show stretches of promise during Wednesday night’s Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 West matchup with host Southwestern, but a combination of balanced scoring and team defense would be enough for the Trojans to secure a 63-55 victory. Southwestern ...

Dunkirk comes up short at Salamanca

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SALAMANCA — Dunkirk let one slip away late. The Marauders led Salamanca 31-25 at halftime and 44-41 after three quarters, but came up one shot short in the end. The Warriors led 61-59 as Dunkirk inbounded with nine seconds remaining. The Marauders got the potential tying shot off, but it ...

Dunkirk Little League registrations are online

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The Dunkirk Little League baseball program has started taking online registrations for the 2021 season. All new and returning players must register at the link found on the league’s Facebook page. Players who took a credit for last year will be notified by phone, and all others may pay ...

Kelly rolls 576 as Fredonia sweeps T’Birds

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Fredonia topped Chautauqua Lake, 4-0, in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 boys bowling at Lucky Lanes on Wednesday. Fredonia (14-2) had a line score of 856-823-831-2,510. Leading the team was seventh-grader Ryan Kelly, who had games of 180, 198, and 198 in a 576 series. ...

Comfort of home

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The Fredonia Hillbillies (1-1) opened up at home with a 54-40 victory over the Allegany-Limestone Gators (1-1) in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 West girls basketball Tuesday. It was a slow start for both teams. In fact, the score at halftime was only 17-14 in favor ...

T’Birds prevail in Henry’s return

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In her first game of the season, senior Rebecca Henry scored 11 of her 16 points in the second half as Chautauqua Lake pulled away from Maple Grove for a 67-50 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 West girls basketball victory Tuesday. “It was close most of the game,” ...

Pause ends for North Collins girls

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The first scheduled game of the North Collins girls basketball season against Ellicottville had to be postponed as the team was coming out of a 10-day pause related to the COVID-19 pandemic. But had the game been scheduled for Tuesday night as opposed to Monday, the team would have been able ...

Anderson, CSHOF president, to be honored

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Below is the biography of Randall G. Anderson, one of 11 inductees in the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame’s Class of 2021. Other inductees are George L. Barone Jr., Harry G. Carlson, Andrew J. Creager, Larry E. Rodgers, Christina M. Kebort, Michael A. Sirianni, Marc T. ...

Committee does fine with first rankings

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For the past few years, the NCAA Tournament Selection Committee has shared its top 16 seeds (the top four seeds in each region) about a month before Selection Sunday and this year they did so on Saturday. The top of the bracket is usually pretty easy to figure out, but this year with all the ...