1. Canisius boys swimming. Back in the top spot after yet another impressive weekend, this one in Cleveland to beat St. Ignatius and win the Blazer Invitational as Harvard-bound senior Jack Boyd set the only Monsignor Martin freestyle record he didn’t already own (50).
2. Jamestown football. Fall sport in a winter list? You betcha. Read the story on the left or watch PrepTalkTV at BuffaloNews.com.
3. Clarence wrestling. Continued another great year with a dominant win over Lancaster in Border Brawl.
4. Canisius and Olean boys basketball. News No. 1’s head to Rochester Saturday (as does Jamestown) to meet top Section V teams in the RAP Invitational.
5. Cardinal O’Hara girls basketball. This week’s big chill moved their Wednesday game with Nardin to Thursday, preventing them from making a PrepTalkTV visit.
6. Bishop Timon-St Jude hockey. Huge 5-1 win over Canisius to pass them for first place in Federation Division I.
7. McKinley boys basketball. Macks take their Yale Cup-record 33-game win streak to ECC-City tonight to face ...
8. Middle Early College boys basketball. Huge win Monday night on their home ECC court against East High.
9. Cheektowaga boys bowling. Came back from 201 pins to beat Tonawanda by 15 last week. Scott Dudziak’s first career 300 Thursday helped them to 11-0.
10. Lockport wrestling. No. 2 large school topped Lew-Port for Niagara Frontier League title Thursday.