The annual Alan Elia Memorial Can Am AAU basketball tournament will bring some of the region's top talent into Niagara Falls this weekend.Participating this year are are eight high school and AAU programs from Canada, Pennsylvania and New York, and college-bound talent, like in most years, won't be hard to come by.
The switch has been flipped, and the Power is back on in Niagara Falls.The Cataract City's collegiate baseball team, the Niagara Power, will return to the New York Collegiate Baseball League in the summer of 2018 following a two-year hiatus, the league announced Tuesday.Much will seem the same to fans familiar with the team. The Power will still play at Sal Maglie Stadium, and former owner Cal Kern will have a strong presence.
The Niagara men's basketball team is going to get an early jump on the 2017-18 season.The Purple Eagles will take a trip to Costa Rica from Aug. 13-19, the NU athletic department announced in a newsletter Wednesday.Niagara will play two games against local professional teams, San Ramon - ARBA and Escazu, and will be afforded 10 extra preseason practices to help in preparation.
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Selecting a term
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