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Titans Tangle with the Bears

By Stephanie Timblin The Franklinville-Ellicottville Titans improved to 3-0 on the season in a 32-21 battle in Frewsburg on Friday, Sept. 16. Head Coach Chad Bartoszek said, “We played a tough opponent and we were challenged throughout the game, including being down by one in the final quarter.  The players showed a lot of resolve and put together a great ... Read More »

ECS SPorts Schedule, Sept. 23-29, 2016

Friday, September 23 Franklinville-Ellicottville Varsity Football vs Randolph 7:00 p.m. Girl’s Varsity Soccer vs Portville 4:30 p.m. Girl’s JV Soccer vs Pioneer 4:30 p.m. Girl’s Modified Soccer vs Portville 4:30 p.m. Saturday, September 24 Boy’s Varsity Soccer vs Catt-LV/Salamanca 11 a.m. Boy’s Modified Soccer Squad 2 vs Cattaraugus-Little Valley 10 a.m. Girl’s Varsity Volleyball @ North Collins Tourney Monday, September ... Read More »

Ellicottville Eagles Triumph Over Seneca Sachems

By Stephanie Timblin The Ellicottville Little Eagles Midget and Pee Wee football teams squeezed in two exciting football games on Saturday, Sept. 17 between torrential down pours and high winds while traveling to Irving, NY to face the Seneca Sachems. Mark Chudy, head coach, and his pee wee team overcame a slow start and a tough Sachems team to win ... Read More »

ECS SPorts Schedule, Sept. 16-22, 2016

Friday, Sept. 16 Franklinville-Ellicottville Varsity Football @ Frewsburg 7 p.m. Girl’s JV Soccer vs Holland @ Home 5 p.m. Girl’s Varsity Volleyball vs Forestville @ Home 6 p.m. Girl’s JV Volleyball vs Forestville@ Home 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17 Gowanda JV Tournament Time TBA Monday, Sept. 19 Franklinville-Ellicottville JV Football vs Frewsburg @ Home 5 p.m. Girl’s Varsity Soccer vs ... Read More »

Little Eagles and Panthers Split Victories

By Stephanie Timblin The Ellicottville Little Eagles and the Franklinville Panthers split victories in their little league matches held Sunday, Sept. 11 in Franklinville. The Pee Wee Little Eagles returned to the field after a previous week’s loss to triumph over the Panthers in a 21-0 battle. Head coach Mark Chudy said, “After a tough loss last week, the pee ... Read More »

FE Titans Topple the Wolf Pack

By Stephanie Timblin Returning to the gridiron under the Friday night lights, Head Coach Chad Bartoszek and the Franklinville-Ellicottville Titans launched their season with a 35-8 victory over the newly combined Clymer-Sherman-Panama team. Scoring was led by Brock Blecha (QB/LB, 6’1”, 175), who ran for 84 yards on 17 carries, with nine tackles on defense. Other scorers included Marquee Peters ... Read More »

ECS Sports Schedule, Sept. 9-15, 2016

Friday, September 9 Franklinville/Ellicottville Varsity Football @ Cattaraugus-Little Valley 7 p.m. Boy’s Varsity Soccer vs Fillmore @ Home 5 p.m. Boy’s Modified Soccer Squad 1 @ Hinsdale 4:30 p.m. Girl’s JV Soccer vs Olean @ Home 5 p.m. Monday, September 12 Franklinville/Ellicottville JV Football @ Cattaraugus-Little Valley 5 p.m. Girl’s Varsity Soccer @ Franklinville 4:30 p.m. Girl’s JV Soccer vs ... Read More »

Fall Fun in Ellicottville

By Alicia Dziak Back to school, back to cooler weather, back to tons of fun in Ellicottville. September is no time to throw in the towel on adventure, and Ellicottville has a full lineup of activities to prove it! Special Events Don’t miss Rock N’ Roll Weekend, sponsored by Northtown Auto, Sept. 16-18. Enjoy performances by local musicians all over ... Read More »

Eagles Drop SGI in Season Home Opener

By Stephanie Timblin Senior Outside Hitters Marissa Hamilton and Alissa Gregory led the Ellicottville Eagles Varsity Girls Volleyball team to a victory over Springville Griffith Institute (SGI) in a decisive three match set Monday morning (25-17, 25-17, 25-23). The Eagles are returning four starters from the 2015 season where they finished with an overall record of 9-10. Now in her ... Read More »

College Credit Program to Expand at ECS in 2016-17

By Colleen Mahoney Ellicottville Central School students earned 384 college credits through the district’s Jamestown Community College connections program last year, Middle/High School Principal Robert Miller reported. Miller discussed the program during the board of education’s Aug. 30 meeting. “We have had kids go to [State University of New York schools with those credits] and graduate in three years,” Miller ... Read More »

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