The records must wait, but the Lockport Lady swim Lions still came away with an impressive “opening day” Niagara Frontier League girls swim victory Tuesday over visiting Kenmore East. The official score was not made available by press time Tuesday.With the win, head coach Laura Baker's Lady Lions open the new league season at 1-0 in the NFL.
Lockport's Xavier Barber carried the ball 26 times for 144 yards and a touchdown on Friday, but it wasn't enough in the grid Lions' 44-8 loss to visiting Bennett in a Section VI Class AA football contest at Max D. Lederer Field.Head coach Matt Vermette's Lions trailed 32-0 with under two minute to go before halftime but drove the length of the field in impressive fashion as Barber ran it in from 13 yards out.
Before the big Buffalo Bills' game on Sunday, before the abundance of good food, good drink and good friends, relaxing on a comfortable couch, local residents are asked to consider the plight of those less fortunate than ourselves and set aside some canned food perishables for the annual “Lockport Athletes Fight Against Hunger” drive.One of the longest-running, annual scholastic canned food drives in Western New York, Athletes Against Hunger was initiated close to two decades ago by retired...
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