Winter Sports

March 30, 2017

Filed under Nardin News, Nardin Sports, Sports, Top Stories

Isabella Redding ‘20 and Lily McCormack ‘20 - JV Squash Squash is a racket sport played by either two or four players. It is played in a four wall court with a small, rubber ball. The new athletic center includes four beaut...

December 1, 2016

Queen city to be crowned in laurels

T.Finlayson '17

November 18, 2015

Filed under All About Buffalo, Sports, Top Stories

A buffalo native is striving for the incredible; the Olympic gold. Sarah Giancola is aiming to make the women’s lightweight double sculls for the Olympics and her story began in Buffalo’s boathouse, West Side Rowing Club. “I started rowing in 2004, the summer before my freshman year. I rowed for th...

March Madness

C. Scully '15

March 26, 2014

Filed under Sports

March brings the beginning of spring, Prom Season, the end of the Third Quarter, and our school’s Talent Show.  However, the students at Nardin have another topic on their minds- March Madness.  This annual college basketball...

Assessing Nolan’s First Month

J. Rose '14

December 16, 2013

Filed under All About Buffalo, Sports

After a start to the 2013-14 season that could be described only as terrible, the Buffalo Sabres were on track for the worst record the NHL has ever seen. After their first home win, in a game where they were outshot 45-17, Terry...

Lauren Silberman First Woman to Try Out for NFL

M. Mascellino, '14

March 19, 2013

Filed under Sports

Twenty-eight year old Lauren Silberman made history last month as she became the first woman to try out for the NFL at the NFL Regional Scouting Combine.  Though Silberman has never had any real NFL kicking experience, she has...

Lacrosse

Lacrosse

February 19, 2013

Sabres Closer Than Ever To Playoffs

J Rose '14

March 29, 2012

Filed under All About Buffalo, Sports

People all around town have been little more hopeful this week, as the thought of the Buffalo Sabres making the playoffs electrifies the city. After a rocky patch of mid-season games, the Sabres are currently close to snagging...

NBA Lock Out

November 23, 2011

Filed under Sports

   Football fans and players experienced a scary time during the NFL lockout: fear that there would be no season. Luckily the NFL was able to workout an agreement with its players. And while NFL fans rejoice that football...

History of Field Hockey

November 15, 2011

Filed under Did You Know?, Sports

Field hockey is one of the oldest sports in history, historians are unsure of the exact origins but believe forms of it were played in Egypt and Persia.Drawings of men playing filed hockey have been found in the tombs of some...

Nardin XC Takes Home the Gold

September 21, 2011

Filed under Nardin Sports, Sports

September 10th started the Nardin Cross Country Season with an astonishing victory. At the first annual Fredonia State Invitational, the Nardin gators came prepared and focused, and determined to sweep the course. Bethy Mercer,...

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