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Marshall dominates at Buffalo Ski Club

By Caitlin Croft U12/10/8 Athletes competed in two events this past weekend at Buffalo Ski Club and Kissing Bridge. BSC was a slalom and KB was a dual paneled slalom. A paneled slalom is where Giant Slalom Gates are used that have the “flag” between them. This is always a fun event and there is a Shoot Out at the ... Read More »

Warriors edge Eagles in DeCerbo tourney championship game

By Christian Gravius The last time Salamanca took home a tournament victory on this stage, the majority of the Warriors roster wasn’t even born yet. Formerly named the Cattaraugus County IAABO Holiday Tournament, the Warriors took home first place honors for the first time since 2000 on Sunday afternoon, defeating Ellicottville 48-43 at St. Bonaventure’s Reilly Center in the Joe ... Read More »

Tapestry tops ECS boys; girls edge Clymer

Dorian Plummer led Tapestry (6-2) with 22 points and Shane Cerone added 15 and Kaleb Thompson scored 11 Friday as the Buffalo-based charter school rolled to a boys basketball victory over Ellicottville. Tapestry, a Section 6 Class C champion last season, won 67-24. Leif Jimerson scored seven points to lead Ellicottville (3-4). The Eagles trailed by six after the first ... Read More »

New coach hopes to keep up consistency with ECS girls hoops

By Sam Wilson There’s a new face on the bench leading the Ellicottville girls basketball team, but Chelsea Cole hopes to keep things as familiar as possible for the Eagles. As the school’s JV girls coach last year, Cole has a familiarity with the program and its players. And she hopes to keep up consistency with how her predecessor, Chad ... Read More »

Eagles win double-OT thriller with Frewsburg, fall to Randolph

A three-point barrage from Randolph, led by junior Tyler Hind, proved to be too much for the Ellicottville boys basketball team Tuesday night. The Cardinals hit 10 3-pointers, led by Hind’s five, as they beat the Eagles 67-43 in non-league play. Hind scored games highs in points (23) and assists (8). Gabe McCoy had 18 points and six rebounds for ... Read More »

ECS Girls Beat Cuba-Rushford For First Win of Season

On Saturday in the consolation final of the Adam Elliott Memorial tournament, Ellicottville earned its first victory of the girls basketball season, beating Cuba-Rushford 55-42. The Eagles (1-2) used a game-high 25 points from senior Linnea Jimerson to get past the Rebels. Kate Howe scored 22 for Cuba-Rushford (0-3). Both Jimerson and Howe received spots on the all-tournament team. Portville ... Read More »

ECS Students Love Their Snow Sports

By Louisa Benatovich Ellicottville is renowned throughout Western New York as an idyllic little ski town. It seems to exist solely for people to enjoy…and to then leave. But what about the Ellicottville locals? The ones that choose to stay for the good and the bad, the perfect powder days and the icy ones? Being raised here and living in ... Read More »

Clymer holds off Ellicottville in ‘rusty’ opener, 40-28

By Sam Wilson Both teams attempted to shake off the rust on a snowy late November night, but the Clymer girls basketball team found enough offense to scrape by Ellicottville in both squads’ season openers Tuesday. After trailing 17-10 at halftime, Clymer scored the first 11 points of the third quarter and never trailed again as the Pirates beat the ... Read More »

F/E’s Rowland makes Big 30 All-Star offense

A stalwart on the offensive line and at multiple positions on defense, Steven Rowland was undoubtedly among his team’s most valuable members as a senior. Rowland’s contributions to the Franklinville/Ellicottville football earned him a spot on the Olean Times Herald’s Big 30 Football All-Star team, as the paper unveiled its 31 honorees on Sunday. Rowland made the team on offense. ... Read More »

LAX to the MAX: Welcome to the Ellicottville Lacrosse Festival

A three-day festival celebrating all things lacrosse is coming to Ellicottville this weekend, as players from both sides of the border will have the opportunity to complete throughout the village and beyond. Those competitions will include a college scrimmage, as St. Bonaventure University will play John Carroll University at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Bonnies’ first scrimmage. That game is ... Read More »

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