Alumni Game Eagles Vs Warriors

Alumni Game Eagles Vs Warriors

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Gimme The Bottle

Buffalo, NY

#1 Jun 10, 2012
Had a Good Time , they all played they asses off for a Great Cause , Good Job Everybody ! Icy Hot is Sold Out
Lmfao

Salamanca, NY

#2 Jun 11, 2012
Lol ,heard ellicotville got what they deserved ! A lesson in football and a old fashion azz kickin !!! Ha Ha !
Gimme The Bottle

Buffalo, NY

#3 Jun 11, 2012
Yeah May Never see a Group Like that one together again, glad we were there to see it , Lots a Talent on that Team.
Gimme The Bottle

Buffalo, NY

#4 Jun 11, 2012
GREAT VALLEY – Saturday night at Ellicottville Central School, two groups of proud area alums will square off on the football field.

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Ellicottville, Salamanca to renew football rivalry ... in alumni gam

GREAT VALLEY – Saturday night at Ellicottville Central School, two groups of proud area alums will square off on the football field.

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West Valley declined to participate in this year’s game, leaving Ellicottville in need of an opponent. Grinols (ECS class of 1992) contacted Hostuttler (SHS 2000), who agreed to field a team.

“THERE WAS talk that Salamanca was interested in the game,” Grinols said.

“There’s going to be a lot of bragging rights on the line,” Grinols said.“Everyone wants to do the best they can. We want to get out there, play in front of our kids, and put a good show for everyone.
“THIS IS the largest turnout we’ve had in the three years,” Grinols said.“I think this is the best team we’ve had, too. Good combination of size and speed.”

Added Hostuttler, who continues to play as a member of the Southern Tier Diesel:“Practices have been going well. We’ve had good participation

“I EXPECT it to be a close game,” Hostuttler said.“Everyone knows how good Salamanca football was in the 1970s, 80s, 90s and 2000s, and a lot of these guys played in past Salamanca alumni games. Ellicottville had better not hope this is an automatic win for them.”

In addition to the players, each team has coaches with ties to the respective schools: Aaron Hill and Tyler Heron (Salamanca), and Shawn Clark, Mark Ward and Bill Barto (Ellicottville).

Hill and Heron are current coaches within the Salamanca high school program, and Ward is a past coach of the Ellicottville varsity team.
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Scoreboard

Buffalo, NY

#5 Jun 11, 2012
48-0 ? WOW
NOT A FAN

Salamanca, NY

#6 Jun 11, 2012
big FN DEAL
Yeah

Columbia, MD

#7 Jun 11, 2012
Hey, Ward, suck on that, d-bag.

Since: Feb 12

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#8 Jun 11, 2012
Group of talented qu&errs romping around garbing each others jocks, why they wanted and bought out the icy-hot for their showering after!
The real score was who had the largest shower hard on!!
Haaaa

Buffalo, NY

#9 Jun 12, 2012
PDBS II wrote:
Group of talented qu&errs romping around garbing each others jocks, why they wanted and bought out the icy-hot for their showering after!
The real score was who had the largest shower hard on!!
Course that s Coming From a Gay
All I Can Say Is Wow

Olean, NY

#10 Jun 12, 2012
Dumbasses... keep talking crap....The game is a family event meant to raise money for the little league teams... No need to get hostile, nor make stupid comments... Its all for fun and a good cause. Great job guys....

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