For the first time in the history of the Canisius versus St. Joe's football rivalry, the Crusaders have won eight in a row. Canisius broke its own record for consecutive wins in the series in nearly record-scoring fashion as the Crusaders cruised to a 55-16 victory over their Monsignor Martin Athletic Association foe Friday night at New Era Field. Quick strikes: After a three-and-out first series, Canisius needed just three plays to seize a 14-0 lead.
It's one of the biggest scholastic football games on the Western New York calendar every year, so Canisius and St. Joe's meeting during the regular season on a Friday night in a televised game from New Era Field – why not? It's not the first time the rivals, who usually slug it out on Saturday afternoons before over-flow crowds of more than 6,000, have met under the lights. The first such instance is believed to have happened in 1930 at now-defunct Offermann Stadium.
East Aurora/Holland golfer Jake Roach's approach heading into tournaments is usually pretty simple. He's in it to win it. The usually sound strategy is being tweaked this week, but not because Roach is trying to shake out of a slump. He just doesn't want to miss a thing while teeing it up with some of the best golfers on the planet. Roach is the latest First Tee of Western New York member to earn a chance to participate in what's regarded as the organization's signature event.
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Selecting a term
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