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November 9, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Clarence, East Aurora land multiple players on top squad

All-Bee Boys Soccer

Clarence and East Aurora always field outstanding boys soccer teams and the trend continued this season.  Neither squad suffered a loss to a Section VI team on their way to sectional championships as Clarence won the Class AA title and East Auro More...

Six programs represented on First Team

All-Bee Girls Soccer

A vast array of talented players from six schools make up the 2017 All-Bee Girls Soccer Team.  More...

Will East’s Ford named Girls Player of the Year

Tess Ford has been a steady presence in the midfield for years for the Williamsville East girls soccer team but with the graduation of the school’s all-time leading scorer, Marissa Birzon, the five-year starter took her game to a whole new leve More...

North’s Kircher tabbed Girls Coach of the Year

For the past 10 years, Doug Kircher has made the drive from Rochester to Williamsville to coach the Williamsville North girls soccer team. Judging by the team’s performance over the past decade, it has been worth it.  More...

Local hockey players to compete in Icing the Fed Tournament next week

High school hockey players in Western New York will have a chance to get a head start on hockey season. Players from about a dozen Federation Hockey teams will play in the inaugural Icing the Fed 3-on-3 Tournament at Riverworks Nov. 16.  More...

St. Mary’s girls volleyball wins seventh straight title

Boys team falls to Canisius

The St. More...

Clarence girls volleyball tops Lancaster, claims fourth straight AA championship

A wildly-different roster provided the same result for Clarence girls volleyball Thursday, as the Lady Red Devils overcame the loss of seven seniors — including current University of Alabama team member Meghan Neelon — to win their fourth More...

Sports briefs

New York Inferno Fastpitch is looking for a few players. The 14U Gold Futures is looking for a 2003-2004 pitcher, utility player and hitters. The 16U Showcase Platinum and Gold teams are looking for pitching and hitters. More...

Lancaster cross-country finishes up season

The Lancaster Legends varsity boys cross-country team finished its season with two strong performances over the past two weeks.  More...

Follow The Bee’s sports reporters on Twitter

The Bee now has a Twitter account dedicated solely to sports, @BeeSportsLive, where followers can catch up on stories they may have missed, see live tweeting from games where the reporters are in attendance, and more. More...

EA’s Schiltz named Boys Player of the Year

Bryce Schiltz’s first goal of his four-year high school career for East Aurora’s boys soccer team came against Iroquois in the first game of his freshman season. His ability to find the back of the net never stopped.  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 2017 installment of the All-Bee Soccer teams.  More...

East Aurora’s Beale named Boys Coach of the Year

East Aurora has been a dominating force in boys soccer for decades, but Kevin Beale — the 2017 All-Bee Boys Soccer Coach of the Year — said it is a testament to the East Aurora community that begins with the Town of Aurora Arsenal youth s More...

Legends repeat as Section VI Class AA Football Champions

Lancaster barely had to sweat on its way to a second consecutive Section VI Class AA football title. The Legends took an early double-digit lead and cruised to a 35-6 victory over Williamsville North at New Era Field Friday night. More...

St.Mary’s football season ends with loss to St. Joe’s

In a chippy game filled with a plethora of penalties, the St. Joe’s football team edged out St. Mary’s, 34-13, on Saturday afternoon to move on to the semi-final round of the Monsignor Martin playoffs.  More...

Lancaster gymnastics wins Section VI Title

The Lancaster gymnastics team is back on top. After two seasons of near misses, the Lady Legends won the Section VI Championship in dominant fashion. The team scored 109.85 points, beating out second place Frontier (100.975).  More...

Lancaster swim has solid showing at sectionals

One of the best seasons in program history continued last weekend for the Lancaster girls swimming and diving team. The Lady Legends finished second in the Class A meet and fourth in the Section VI Championship meet.  More...

Depew cross-country shines at sectional meet

Saturday was a successful day of racing for the Depew cross-country teams. Both teams had impressive showings at the Section VI Championship at Bemus Point.  More...