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Monday, January 26, 2015


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Nichols handily beat the Macks in a game you attended so I'm unsure how so many teams that have lost to them are still ahead of Nichols... Will the Walsh and Canisius losses doom the Vikings for the rest of the polls/season in your opinion?

I believe the polls are more of a current point in time rankings. If Nichols "handily" beat McKinley all the way back on December 3rd then Canisius absolutely spanked the crap out of Nichols by almost 40 points on their home gym not less than 3 weeks ago. McKinley only lost to Canisius by 4 on a neutral court. McKinley also has wins over East, Cheektowaga, and Williamsville North while blowing other teams out.

Would love to hear about how some of the other schools are doing... Lockport/Niagara Falls maybe?

There's an article up on Falls today.

Lockport beat Lew-Port in a thriller last night. The Lions started out hot, winning their Rotary tournament in December, then lost four straight (Middle College, Grand Island, NT, & Starpoint. Right now, Lockport is amidst a four-game winning streak (both Kenmore's, Grand Island, & Lew-Port).

Where has Wheatley been for Canisius? Did he move with dad to Michigan?

Just curious, who are some of Lockport's big players this year? I know they lost practically the entire team last year.

Chuck -

Wheatley has been taking official visits at different colleges. He is expected to be on the court for the Crusaders at some point soon.

John -

James Kahlil, Lavette Warren, Andrew Austin, Kelly Brown, Dakota Wiley, Qaiz Alamaza

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