While the loss to Kansas City in the AFC Championship is difficult to deal with, the Buffalo Bills brought some much-needed light to Western New York and their fans everywhere this season. From setting new franchise and league records to donating to good causes, the team brought the community together with something to celebrate.
Weeks before it was scheduled to start, there was uncertainty surrounding the Australian Open and if the tournament would go on. Organizers and Tennis Australia CEO Craig Tiley (who is also director of the Australian Open) were in negotiations about what would happen for the opening Grand Slam of the year.
After beating the Baltimore Ravens 17-3 on Saturday, the Buffalo Bills are heading to the AFC Championship. The last time the team made it this far was the 1993 season before star quarterback Josh Allen was even born.
On January 14, the Sabres played their opening game to the 2020-21 season against the Washington Capitals. Buffalo lost 4-2 after a long, slow-paced game. The following night the Sabres improved their defensive game but couldn’t create enough offensive momentum in a much closer 2-1 defeat. (It’s important to note that while both Linus Ullmark and Jack Eichel played in the games, neither of them were prepared enough due to Ullmark’s immigration issues and Eichel’s upper-body injury acquired in off-ice training.) This is clearly not what the team or fans wanted for the first double header.
Girl’s swimming at East definitely deserves some recognition for having quite the impressive season this year. With a record of 4:4, the girls swam well, despite the challenges they faced with COVID-19. There were 12 new additions to the team, with 13 returning members.
This trading season in the NBA has been one of the craziest in NBA history. It has changed so many teams’ rosters and their plans for this season.
Fans entered a lottery system to win tickets, and those lucky enough to be present filled out questionnaires and had their temperatures taken before admission to the match.
To determine how athletes felt about this distinct season, I sent out a survey to several WE athletes, who could forward the survey to additional teammates. In the course of three days, I received over 30 responses.
Tennis fans have been wondering when the Next Generation of tennis stars will take over. Many have pondered when the day would come when they would start beating The Big Three (Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, and Novak Djokovic). 2020 seemed to give us a glimpse at the future of tennis and who will soon reign over the ATP. Here are some of the up and coming stars in the game of tennis
This year’s free agency has been absolutely crazy. So many players switched teams. So many teams made very good signings and this is basically going to be a summary of the major deals that happened this past free agency period.