CITY OF TONAWANDA — Lady Warriors coach Jay Hall joked that since it's his farewell tour, he's hoping to collect some farewell gifts along the way — much like how Derek Jeter did in his final season.What Hall really wants in his final season leading Tonawanda girls varsity basketball is to have fun and make the most of the time with his last high school team.Hall, after 33 seasons of coaching various sports at Tonawanda High School, said that this will be his final season with the basketball...
CITY OF TONAWANDA — Change starts with the person in the mirror.The members of the Tonawanda Warriors boys' varsity basketball team all know that if they want a reversal of fortune from last year's disappointing 4-17 season, change starts with the basics.“It sounds ridiculous, but attendance,” Warriors coach Hank Hughes said. “Having only one practice by February with the whole team is not going to get it done.
CITY OF TONAWANDA — It's the perfect early season challenge against some of the best grapplers Western New York has to offer.Tonawanda coach Dan Bishop, however, sees it as something more.Bishop said it's the first real chance to get punched in the mouth — and to see how his wrestlers respond. The Warriors will be put to the test early when they host their annual Tonawanda Team Duals today (5 p.m.) and Saturday (9 a.m.).“We have a tradition here. This is our 17th year for the tournament.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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