Weekly Feature

November 10, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Legends win Class AA Sectional Championship over Orchard Park

When it came down to it, the Lancaster Legends didn’t have anything to worry about at all. Sure, it had been 17 years since the school had won a sectional football championship. More...

Lancaster swimmers finish fourth at sectionals

One year can make quite a difference. In 2015, the Lancaster girls’ swim team finished a respectable 12th at Section VI Championships. This year, the team finished fourth. More...

St. Mary’s girls volleyball headed to state championship

The train keeps rolling. The St. Mary’s girls volleyball team is once again the Monsignor Martin champion. More...

Clarence dominates with player in each spot

All-Bee Girls Soccer — First Team

It’s not uncommon on all-star teams for one or two schools — especially the really successful ones — to see multiple players earn accolades. More...

Sectional Champions 2016

  Max Giordano attempts to run back one of the three interceptions he made in Saturday’s game. |align=left|width=213|height=250|link=node]  Running back Zach Samborski applies a stiff arm to a would-be Orchard Park tackler. More...

East’s Birzon repeats as Girls Player of the Year

How does one follow up being named an all-star team’s initial Player of the Year? For Williamsville East’s Marissa Birzon, it was simple: become the first two-time Player of the Year in the history of the All-Bee Girls Soccer Team.  More...

Amherst’s Fildes dubbed Girls’ Coach of the Year

Amherst girls soccer coach JoAnna Fildes isn’t one to back away from a challenge, like when she kept a roster of nearly 30 players this fall because there was that much talent — both in terms of established players, as well as those looki More...

Sports briefs

A Veterans Day basketball camp for boys and girls in grades K-8, hosted by Daemen College basketball coach Mike MacDonald, will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 11, in the Lumsden Gymnasium on the campus of Daemen College. More...

STRIDE

- Kaitlin Whalen of Depew keeps her pace in the Girls Class B race of Section VI Championships. She finished the event in 23:31. More...

SIDE-BY-SIDE

  - Victoria Rohrdanz and Tabitha Wechter of Lancaster run together during the early stages of the Class A girls race at Section VI Cross Country Championships Saturday at Beaver Island State Park. |align=left|width=210|height=250|link=node] More...

Lady Legends fall in volleyball championship

The Lancaster girls volleyball team did not give up without a fight. The Lady Legends dropped a three-set match against Clarence in the Section VI Class AA Championship Friday at Sweet Home High School. More...

Sports briefs

The Southline Scorpions 13U travel baseball team is in need of two players to complete its 2017 roster. The team will compete in a Sunday travel league and also four tournaments. More...

Lancaster gymnastics finishes second at sectionals

The Lancaster gymnastics team put forth a solid effort at the Sectional Championship Meet Thursday at Williamsville South. The Lady Legends finished second of nine teams, falling four points short of Williamsville North.  More...

Black Watch West Soccer Academy holding winter programs

Black Watch NY West Soccer will hold its winter academy programs at the Epic Center, 2793 Wehrle Drive, Williamsville.  An 18-week, 60-minute field player academy for boys and girls ages 7 to 18 will be held from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. More...

Clarence, EA land multiple players on top squad

All-Bee Boys Soccer — First Team

When it comes to boys soccer in Western New York, you’d be hard pressed to find programs more synonymous with yearly success than Clarence and East Aurora. More...

All-Bee Soccer squads’ selection process explained

Given the tremendous success of last year’s squad, The Bee’s sports staff is once again proud to recognize some of the area’s top talent with the 2016 installment of the All-Bee Soccer teams.  More...

Panthers’ Keem named Boys Player of the Year

Noah Keem might not do a lot of “what if” thinking about his soccer career, but considering where he stands in terms of the career record book at Sweet Home, it’s easy to wonder what might have been had Keem not played for the US Ac More...

Clarence’s Silverstein tabbed Boys Coach of the Year

Since the turn of the century, there have been few teams as dominant in ECIC I and Class A play as Clarence.  More...

St. Mary’s boys soccer wins championship

The St. Mary’s boys soccer season came to an end Tuesday. The Lancers fell 1-0 to Christian Central in the IAC Monsignor Martin A crossover game. Goaltender Josh Ciesielski made 15 saves in a solid effort for the Lancers. More...

Regals fall in shootout in Fire and Ice Tournament

A slow start put the Regals Girls 19U team down 3-0 in their first game versus Wyomming Prep in the Rochester Fire and Ice Tournament.  More...

RUN LIKE THE WIND

- Dean Godios of Depew looks to keep pace with a Pioneer runner at Section VI Championships Saturday. More...

Lancaster cross country competes at Sectional

The Lancaster Boys Cross Country team recently competed in both the ECIC Cross Country Championship Meet and the Section VI Championship Meet. More...

Sports briefs

XGenElite, a new youth sports tournament and event organization based in Western New York, will hold its debut event Nov. 12 and 13 when it hosts a youth basketball tournament, XGen Revolution, at the Buffalo Niagara Court Center in West Seneca. More...