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Pegulas: ‘Rex Is Best Fit For Our Team’

January 13, 2015 ORCHARD PARK — Rex Ryan is officially going from Broadway to Buffalo. The Bills announced in a news release Monday that Ryan has been hired to take over as coac. more »»

Don’t Expect Offense To Take Off With Ryan

January 13, 2015 In two years as head coach of the Buffalo Bills, Doug Marrone’s offenses finished 19th and 26th in total yards, and 22nd and 18th in points scored. more »»

‘Lottery Winner’

January 12, 2015 EDITOR’S NOTE: The following article on Falconer native Dan Stimson appeared in The Post-Journal on July 4, 2014. more »»

On A Fast Track

January 12, 2015 For most basketball players, the closer they get to the basket, the easier it is for them to score. Apparently that isn’t the case for Jamestown Community College sharp-shooter Elle Reed. more »»

JCC Men Fall, Cordovano Not Pleased

January 12, 2015 He called his team’s first-semester record a fraud. He questioned his team’s leadership. more »»

Penalties Mar Xpress’ 11-5 Loss To Metro

January 12, 2015 WATERFORD, Mich. — A 2-2 first period turned into a penalty-filled blowout as Metro handed Southern Tier an 11-5 defeat in the North American Tier III Hockey League on Sunday afternoon. more »»

Thunderbird Duals Scheduled For Saturday

January 12, 2015 MAYVILLE — The second annual Thunderbird Duals wrestling tournament will be held Saturday at Chautauqua Lake Central School. more »»

HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE

January 12, 2015 TODAY Boys High School Basketball (7:30 p.m. more »»

Maple Grove Claims Crown

January 11, 2015 By Jay Young jyoung@post-journal.com After Friday’s snowstorm forced a cancellation of the first round of the Patrick J. more »»

AP Source: Ryan Accepts Offer To Coach Buffalo Bills

January 11, 2015 BUFFALO — A person familiar with discussions tells The Associated Press that Rex Ryan has agreed to coach the Buffalo Bills. more »»

Nothing Stops City Man From Completing Marathon Goal

January 11, 2015 Even the most dedicated runners would consider themselves lucky to run a marathon in three or four states. That would be small potatoes for Tom Vanderhoff, because on Dec. more »»

From Jamestown To Cooperstown

January 11, 2015 In the summer of 1985, Bob Gebhardt, Montreal Expos farm system director, told the front office staff of the Jamestown Expos that a highly touted prospect named Randy Johnson would be pitching for... more »»

Southern Tier Jumps Metro Into Third Place

January 11, 2015 WATERFORD, Michigan — The first overtime win of the National Tier III Hockey League season for the Southern Tier Xpress lifted the team to 20-11 on the year after Mark Sunde ripped home a goal at... more »»

Postseason Problems

January 10, 2015 BUFFALO — The Buffalo Bills are scheduled to interview two more coaching candidates before taking a wait-and-see approach to determine whether to expand their search next week, a person familiar wit... more »»

Young: Cowboys, Seahawks, Broncos, Ravens Will Advance To Championship Games

January 10, 2015 The history leading up to Sunday’s NFC Divisional matchup between the host Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys has football fans frothing at the mouth. more »»

Hurricane Ready To Embrace Jamestown

January 10, 2015 When Steve Mackey walked into the Jamestown YMCA recently, he struck up a conversation with a couple of people who were interested in what he did for a living. more »»

The College Of Chaos

January 10, 2015 Recently the New Jersey Devils fired their head coach, Peter DeBoer, but he wasn’t replaced by another coach. DeBoer must have been pretty good because he was replaced by three coaches. more »»

Stamkos Breaks Tie As Lightning Edge Sabres

January 10, 2015 TAMPA, Fla. — Buffalo goalie Michal Neuvirth was so impressive, he earned the game’s No. 1 star in defeat. more »»

Not So Fast

January 9, 2015 By Jay Young jyoung@post-journal. more »»

Panama Downs Westfield In Overtime

January 9, 2015 By The Post-Journal sports@post-journal.com PANAMA — A year after going to quadruple overtime, four quarters were again not enough to decide a Panama-Westfield boys basketball gam. more »»

 
 
 

 

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