October 19, 2005 RSS feed / Sports

Albion upsets Sweet Home, 35-26

Week seven of the High School schedule has not been good to the Sweet Home Panthers the last two years. More...

East wins Williamsville Cup, North’s Katz medals

Golf

The Williamsville North golf team defeated Williamsville East twice in the regular season but the Flames picked up bragging rights for a year after winning the Williamsville Cup Friday at Audubon Golf Course. More...

Amherst boys volleyball coming up short

The Amherst Central varsity boys volleyball team is off to a 4-7 start but the record doesn More...

North boys soccer post two ties, win

Williamsville North More...

East boys soccer hits wall

It was not a good week to be a member of the Williamsville East varsity boys soccer team. More...

UB football falls to Bowling Green, 27-7

For the second straight week, the University at Buffalo put up a good fight against a high-powered offense. Unfortunately for the Bulls, they came up short, dropping a 27-7 decision to Bowling Green at UB Stadium on Saturday afternoon. More...

South field hockey posts victories

The Williamsville South varsity field hockey team improve their record to 4-5-2 overall after defeating West Seneca East (4-1) and East Aurora (5-0) last week. More...

Kentucky Youth Soccer names Adrian Parrish director of coach, player development

The Amherst Soccer Association (ASA) is losing its Director of Coaching. More...

Tickets available for Buffalo Hall induction

Plenty of tickets are still available for the 15th annual Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, which will be held Tuesday, More...

RETURN TO SENDER —

Monica Vieth of Williamsville East returns a serve at the ECIC Gold Flight Team Championships on Oct. 11. East beat Clarence 3-2. They defeated Williamsville South, 4-1 on Monday in the semifinals. More...

Amherst girls swimmers drop meet to Starpoint

Despite winning four of eight individual events and two of three relays, the Amherst Central varsity girls swimming team lost its first dual meet of the season, falling 94-76 to Starpoint on October 11. More...

DEEP BREATH —

Williamsville South More...

Amherst Skating Club competing this week at North Atlantics

Nearly 400 young amateur figure skaters from across New York State, New Jersey and Erie, Pa are competing in Lake Placid for regional championship titles and the opportunity to continue on to national level competitions at the 2006 North Atlantic Reg More...

LEADER OF THE PACK —

Williamsville East More...

Christ the King cross country teams extend winning streaks

With one meet remaining in the regular season, the Christ The King (CTK) cross country teams hold a commanding 18-0 lead over the nine schools running in the league. More...

HIGH SCHOOL SP O RT S SCOREBOARD

Amherst Central Boys Cross Country More...

Publish scores in The Bee

Anyone wishing to have their teams More...

North beats Kenmore West; Starpoint ends East’s Federation playoff chances

Williamsville North football put it all together for the second game in a row, routing Kenmore West, 28-3. More...

There’s nothing like rivalry week

Commentar y

As a former high school football player at Depew, I know nothing quite compares to the magic that More...

Sports Briefs

The Amherst Senior Ladies Golf League recently held their annual Herky Moses Tournament. More...

South works double overtime to win ECIC III crown

Girls soccer

It wasn More...

North girls soccer downs Sweet Home in overtime

It had to go to overtime to decide who would win between Sweet Home and No. 3 ranked Williamsville North. North won 3-2 in overtime last Friday. More...

Clarke scores early for Bulls’ goal, 1-0, over IPFW

UB men

In the last home regular season game at UB Stadium for senior captains Greg Galemore, Matt Stuczynski, and Mbwana Johnson, the University at Buffalo men More...

Amherst girls cross country wins ‘AA’ division at Alden Stampede

The Amherst varsity girls cross country team continued its banner year after winning the More...

AHEAD OF THE PACK —

Williamsville North More...

YMCA of Greater Buffalo to hold Turkey Trot

The 110th running of the YMCA Turkey Trot, will be held at 9 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 24. More...

North doubles team earns entry to sectionals

For the first time in recent memory, Williamsville North girls tennis had two entries at last weekend More...

CCA takes North Town Parochial junior varsity baseball crown

The Christian Central Academy (CCA) Crusaders junior varsity baseball team completed an undefeated season with another come from behind victory, this time against DeSales. More...

Buffalo Stars host tough hockey foes

The always-tough Jersey Wildcats came into town last weekend to play against the Buffalo Stars in what was sure to be some quality hockey competition. More...

HIGH SCHOOL SP O RT S CALENDAR

Wednesday, Oct. 19 Field Hockey: Amherst at Holland, 4:30 p.m., South at Sweet Home, 4:30 p.m., North at Eden, 4:45 p.m. More...

Amherst Mite Minor ‘AAA’ hockey team continues win streak

The Amherst Knights Mite Minor More...

Excelsior Orthopaedics has answers to help prevent hockey injuries

Each year, almost 67,000 hockey-related injuries to youths under age 15 are treated in hospitals, doctors More...

West coast trip poses possible problem

Bills predictions

Despite the Buffalo Bills More...

Bills gain confidence with Holcomb at the helm

The Buffalo Bills quarterback controversy has come to an apparent end as Coach Mike Mularkey announced post-game that Kelly Holcomb is his new starter. More...

Pee Wee Minor ‘A’ Knights finish weekend 2-1-1

The Amherst Pee Wee Minor More...

St. Gregory swim team remains undefeated

The St. Gregory the Great Cougar swim team remains undefeated after a stunning 181-67 victory over DeSales. More...

St. John’s upsets SSPP in Catholic swim meet

It was bound to happen sooner or later. St. John the Baptist of Kenmore ended nine straight years of frustration against SS. More...

UB to host conference on outdoor recreation, education

The University at Buffalo will serve as host of the 19th annual Conference on Outdoor Recreation and Education from Thursday, Oct. 27 through Saturday, Oct. 29, 2005. More...

Fireman’s Bowling

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