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Odyssey of the Mind Competition March 25

By Elizabeth Riggs While many high school graduates fondly remember participation in athletics, band and choir, these days, Ellicottville students have even more options, including the growingly popular Odyssey of the Mind. Odyssey of the Mind, an international educational program, provides creative problem-solving opportunities for students from kindergarten through college. ECS Odyssey of the Mind Coordinator Colleen Bower has been ... Read More »

ECS Board Approves Girls’ Golf Team

By Elizabeth Riggs After teeing off with a convincing PowerPoint presentation by multiple ECS female golfers during Tuesday night’s ECS School Board meeting, the Board voted unanimously to approve their request for the formation of a girls’ golf team. The students, ranging from 8th grade to seniors, presented to the Board their request for their own team based on current ... Read More »

Season Wraps up for ECS Basketball

By Indrek Kongats Ellicottville Eagles basketball has come to an end with the Lady Eagles dropping their second round playoff game to the eventual Class D Champions, the Panama High School Lady Panthers. On the boys side, the Eagles also lost in the second round playoff game to the eventual Class D Champions, the Franklinville Panthers. Although the season ended ... Read More »

ECS Winter Sports Banquet March 13

ECS’s Winter Sports Banquet (including Varsity, Junior Varsity, Modified Basketball, Alpine Skiing, and Bowling) is scheduled for March 13, 2017 at 6 p.m. in the High School Cafeteria.  All student-athletes will need to make reservations in the high school office prior to Friday, March 10.    For reservation purposes, please indicate the total number attending.  Also, please help us to ... Read More »

ECS Lady Eagles Ski Team State Champs

Congratulations to the ECS Eagles alpine ski team on their trip to states. ECS’s Lady Eagles are the NY State Alpine Ski Champions 2017! Results are as follows: Slalom – Adrian De’Orbe, 37; Jesse Both, 36; Lucas Foster, 39; Logan Fredrickson, 9; Hayly Fredrickson, 13. Giant Slalom – Adrian De’Orbe, 41; Logan Fredrickson, 7; Hayly Fredrickson, 10. Team Championship  Ellicottville ... Read More »

High School / College Hoops

By Indrek Kongats The No. 3 seed 17-4 Franklinville Panthers boys’ basketball team didn’t waste any time in dismantling the playoff hopes of the No. 2 seed Ellicottville Eagles. In the second round matchup between the two schools at Jamestown Community College this past Tuesday night, Feb. 28, the Panthers made short work of Coach Dave McCann’s squad, led by ... Read More »

ECS PTO Seeks Volunteers to Benefit Students

By Elizabeth Riggs Fresh off the heels of a record turnout for the second annual Talent Show, the Ellicottville Central School’s PTO is running on all cylinders with events planned to benefit the school this spring. This year’s Talent Show, which took place on Wednesday, Feb. 15, featured nearly 40 student performances with everything from hula hoop acts to stand-up ... Read More »

High School and College Hoops

By Indrek Kongats The regular season is over for both the ECS boys’ and girls’ Varsity basketball teams, but not with first making a huge statement: They are the ones to beat come playoff time. Marrissa Hamilton averaged 29.3 points and 12.6 rebounds per game in the last three games of the regular season, taking the Lady Eagles and their ... Read More »

ECS Board Addresses 2017-18 Budget

By Elizabeth Riggs The 2017-2018 school budget and a scarcely attended Winter Weekend dance were the main topics of conversation at the Ellicottville Central School District Board of Education meeting last Tuesday. In an effort to educate tax payers on hurdles with next school year’s unfinished budget, Superintendent Mark Ward will be publishing a series of articles in upcoming school ... Read More »

High School / College Hoops

By Indrek Kongats The 13-2 ECS boys Varsity basketball team is sitting alone in 1st place at the top of Class D Section standings, and with just four games left in regular season play. March Madness is just one month away and the excitement and anticipation is growing. The 11-4 Franklinville Panthers are the only real threat to the Eagles ... Read More »

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