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Lions dunk Lancers to stay unbeaten
It's three up and three down for head coach John Sullivan's Lockport Lions after Tuesday's big 103-55 Niagara Frontier League boys swim victory over visiting Lewiston-Porter.
Hoops Lions set for Rotary opener
The loss of some quality seniors to graduation and just five returning players leaves head coach Dave Gilson with a somewhat inexperienced Lockport High School boys varsity basketball team heading to Friday night's opener.
Lady Lions want to regain NFL title
Lockport High School junior Sara Franco and senior Alexis Cheatham are world’s apart in height, but their hearts and collective basketball goals are more connected on the hardwood than most high school athletes.
Secord sparks swim Lions past Bulldogs
It wasn’t just the fact that they won, but it was the way that Lockport beat visiting Kenmore East, 100-71, on Tuesday that was most impressive in the 2012-13 Niagara Frontier League boys swimming opener for both schools.
LHS hockey is alive, well and winning
Who needs pro hockey when Lockport High School’s promising ice Lions return to Federation action today looking for their second straight win of the season at West Seneca West?
The bigger picture
It isn’t going to be a sprint to the finish for head coach John Sullivan’s Lockport swim Lions this winter. It’s the start of a marathon two-year plan.
- Midshipman Stephen Rodriguez comes home for the holidays and pitches Navy experience It was almost 18 months ago when Stephen Rodriguez packed up an headed for Annapolis, Maryland to enter the United States Naval Academy.
Volleyball Lions advance to VI semis
Head coach Joe Whalen’s Lockport Lions volleyball team got points and big plays from their big guns when they needed them most Thursday and walked away with a hard-fought, four-set, Class A quarterfinal victory over the young, but talented Lancaster Redskins.
Lakemen lose C semifinal, 42-7
The Wilson football team’s unforeseen run through Class C ended Friday night with the Lakemen’s 42-7 loss to visiting Cleveland Hill at Walter J. Hutchison Field.
Lockport's playoff run ends
The only high school football miracle that occurred this time around at Max D. Lederer Field was that nobody was seriously injured on an almost unplayable muddy, soupy field.
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