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THS shells Cleve Hill in opener
The Tonawanda baseball team kept warm the past few weeks indoors, and despite a chilly wind on Tuesday, the Warriors heated up even more.
Tonawanda shortstop Steve Stich led the way at the dish, going 4 for 5 with four runs batted in to lead the Warriors past visiting Cleveland Hill, 11-5, to open the 2011 campaign.
Jacks are warming up
North Tonawanda ready to challenge Niagara Frontier League foes this season
Plenty of questions remain with NT softball
Reigning POY Bunker leads inexperienced bunch this spring.
Weather postpones season for now
Rain, snow pushes back opening pitch for locals.
Warriors look to defend Section VI title, return to state semifinal
One more game.
Tonawanda baseball coach John Frank recently dubbed that phrase as the Warriors’ motto for the 2011 campaign.
And if they live by it, Frank said he’s confident his squad can pick up right where they left off.
Allen, Lady Warriors ready to battle
The 2011 Tonawanda girls softball team is comprised of seven seniors and six juniors.
Yet the lone eighth grader on the roster is poised to be the difference maker for the Lady Warriors this season.
Things looking up for NT lacrosse
It may sound cliché, a phrase recycled by coaches time and time again.
But first-year North Tonawanda boys lacrosse coach Todd Faddoul has no problem sticking to it.
Get better every day.
NT’s Larson headed to Pikeville
Following the 2010 bowling season it wasn’t a question of if, but where North Tonawanda standout Brianna Larson would decide to compete at the collegiate level.
Last weekend she made her choice, signing to bowl for Pikeville (Ky.) College , one of the top programs in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics.
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