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EAGLES Sports Roundup

By Todd Palmatier  ECS sports are on hiatus until winter sports begin. However, since this is the season to be thankful, Ellicottville Youth Sports and the Cub Scouts have started a SOCKS drive for our Homeless veterans and American homeless families. S – Supply O – Our C – Citizens K – Kindness & S – Smiles You can donate ... Read More »

Sports Roundup: Titans Fall in Far West Regionals, 22-12

By Todd Palmatier The Titans could not capitalize on drives inside the red zone last Saturday in Rochester against the Bishop Kearney Kings. The Titans were led by Seniors Tom Easton and Caleb Rinko on the offensive side of the ball, with Rinko rushing for more than 100 yards and a touchdown. The Defense was led by Junior Preston Hutchinson ... Read More »

Titans Capture Section 6, Class D Title, 34-7

    Next Challenge: Bishop Kearney Nov. 14 By Todd Palmatier  The Franklinville-Ellicottville Titans started the Section 6 Class D championship game with a small hiccup as they fumbled the opening kickoff at their own 43 yard line, but their stout defense stopped the Frewsburg Bears to three and out and the Titans never looked back as they marched to ... Read More »

Eagles Soccer Teams Win Sectionals, Titans Head to the Ralph

By Todd Palmatier The Eagles girls’ varsity soccer team defeated Pine Valley 3-0 to win the Section 6 title last Friday night at Pioneer. Seniors Morgan Zlockie and Brenna Cole each had one goal,  while junior Jenna Aldrich also scored. Freshman Robin Freaney was spectacular in the net with five saves and the shutout. The Eagles’ next game is the ... Read More »

EAGLES Sports Roundup

By Todd Palmatier Playoffs Begin & End for Ellicottville Sports Teams Ellicottville Girls Varsity soccer team played in the Section 6 Semifinals vs. Franklinville on Saturday, Oct. 24. The final score was 5-0. The Eagles were led by Morgan Zlockie with three goals. Jenna Aldrich and Brenna Cole added one goal each. Shelby Toth and Kaleigh Hunt each had an ... Read More »

EAGLES Sports Roundup, Oct. 23-29, 2015

By Todd Palmatier Midget & Pee Wee Eagles Head to Super Bowl The Ellicottville Midgets avenged their only loss of the season with a 15-0 victory over the Salamanca Sabers on Saturday, Oct. 17 in Allegany. The Eagles were led by Jordan Grinols, Clayton Rowland and Wyatt Chudy in the backfield, who were able to run the ball at will ... Read More »

EAGLES Sports Roundup

By Todd Palmatier Titans Clinch Title The Franklinville/Ellicottville Titans clinched the Section 6, Class D football title with its 29-22 win over the Frewsburg Bears last Friday night at Franklinville. The Eagles were led by senior Tommy Easton at quarterback, who completed 7 of 14 passes for 138 yards and a touchdown. He also ran for 14 yards and had ... Read More »

EAGLES Sports Roundup

By Todd Palmatier Ellicottville Varsity Volleyball During the Ellicottville Varsity Volleyball game against Salamanca, Marissa Hamilton had 10 aces and eight kills and Liz Dusterhus added four kills as Ellicottville won, 25-15, 22-25, 25-6, 25-14. The Eagles lost their next game against the Randolph Cardinals in three sets. At Friday’s game against Silver Creek, the Eagles won 25-16, 25-22, 25-15.  ... Read More »

EAGLES Sports Roundup

By Todd Palmatier Varsity Football Franklinville/Ellicottville Titans Football returned to their dominant form last Friday night Sept. 25 in Brocton by beating the Brocton/Westfield Wolfdogs 64-8. The Titans were led offensively by senior quarterback Tommy Easton who was able to move the Titans offense at will. He finished the day 7-8 passing with 164 yards and had four touchdown passes. ... Read More »

EAGLES Sports Roundup

By Todd Palmatier The Eagles Boys Varsity soccer team, defeated Randolph by a score of 3 -0.  Scoring for the Eagles were Jack Haley with two goals and Cam Eddy with the other.  Avery Seiflein made four saves in net. The team also defeated Maple Grove by the score of 3 -0.  Scoring for the Eagles were Robert Sawicki, Cam ... Read More »

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