There are three games starting at 6 p.m. at different points of the city, a ton of 7 p.m. games, plus a 7:45 and 8 p.m. game back in the city.
I might not be able to stay long during my stops, but I'll at least get a score update and hopefully I'll get lucky and see some key action.
Here we go.
6:05 p.m. Here at City Honors for the tip of Seneca-Cattaraugus Little Valley.
It was tied at 14-14 when I walked out with 1:20 left in first.
On to Canisius College ...
6:33 p.m. Told you. St. Joe's up, 44-17, in final minute of first half. I'm off to McKinley.
6:53 p.m. Here at McKinley, where I arrived to find Riverside up, 46-31, with 6:43 left in the third.
Now they are up, 61-34, prompting a timeout by East Aurora coach Chris Koselny with 3:27 left.
6:57 p.m. Riverside lead is up to 71-36 in final minute of third.
7:21 p.m. Drove up and around the I-190/90/990 to Sweet Home, which leads Grand Island, 12-11, at the end if the first quarter after a last-second basket gave them the lead.
Next stop: Kenmore East.
Update from noted Prep Talk contributor TML1000: Kenmore West up on Orchard Park, 18-4, in the second after taking a 10-4 lead after one.
Another update from my next stop: Ken West up on OP, 31-11, at half. Whoa.
7:58 p.m. My plan worked out time-wise, but I was hoping to see a good fourth quarter at Ken West.
I arrived for the last few minutes of the third quarter; after three, Kenmore West leads Orchard Park, 46-26.
8:15 p.m. Leaving Ken West with the Blue Devils up, 55-38, with 1:38 left.
We're off to retrace our steps -- back to McKinley.
8:36 p.m. McKinley leads West Seneca West at halftime, 41-23. Macks look good.
Back to Canisius College for the Manhattan Cup quarterfinals.
8:48 p.m. Back at Canisius College, where I walked in with Bishop Timon-St. Jude up on St. Francis, 50-30, in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter.
Back where we started: Host City Honors is up big on Gowanda, 51-28, heading to the fourth quarter.
9:15 p.m. City Honors fans are having a lot of fun, notably a top row with "CITY HONORS!!" spelled out on their collective chests.
Very nice job by them. Loud, too.
Honors is up, 65-37, with 1:51 left and I'm headed back to One News Plaza to call in to WECK and our chat.