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Unified basketball tips-off in WNY
Six schools participating in program
2:07 PM, May 6, 2016
5:51 PM, May 6, 2016
eden | lockport | newfane |localsports | akron
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) – The sights and sounds of high school basketball have returned to Western New York.
“Some of the students have never been a part of the something like this in their lives,” Starpoint Coach Kathie Kreppenneck said.
Unified Basketball, in conjunction with Special Olympics New York, is a new athletics program providing varsity sports opportunities to intellectually disabled students. This year Akron, Eden, Lockport, Newfane, Starpoint and Frontier have joined.