December 28, 2005 RSS feed / Sports

Maryvale boys basketball too much for South

Williamsville South played well but Maryvale was that much better as the Flyers won 80-64 in a clash between ECIC Division III More...

North boys hoops play as team to break losing skid

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McGuire daughter defeats father in first meeting on court

The Amherst-Williamsville South varsity girls basketball game this past Thursday meant a little bit more for Duke and Shannon McGuire. More...

North returns to winning ways, beats St. Joe’s

Williamsville North finally looked like the defending Western New York Varsity Hockey Federation Champions in a Federation game this season with a 4-1 win over St. Joe More...

Fireman’s bowling

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Sweet Home girls hoops drop league games

Sweet Home varsity basketball More...

HIGH SCHOOL SP O RT S CALENDAR

Wednesday, Dec. 28 Boys Basketball: Amherst Holiday Tournament More...

Williamsville’s Goddard wins fencing gold

Sam Goddard, of Williamsville, won the Tatanka Blanc foil fencing tournament Friday, Dec. 16, at the Fencing Center of Buffalo. More...

Buffalo’s last chance for win against Jets

For the first time in a couple months, the Bills looked like the team everyone expected the team to see this year with an upset win over the Cincinnati Bengals, 37-27, Saturday. More...

Late comeback gives Amherst reason to believe

Amherst Central hockey senior John Rusk scored two goals, his second with only 26 seconds left in the game as the Tigers battled back from a 4-2 deficit to tie league rival Sweet Home, 4-4, in the Sweet Home Tournament held this past Wednesday on the More...

Sports predictions for the New Year

PATRICK NAGY Sports Reporter

As 2005 ends, it made me wonder, what could be in store for the sports world in 2006? Now I More...

Sports Brief

Michael Cohen of Williamsville tied his career high with three assists in the Canisius College men More...

Pee Wee Ice Bats nip Dragons, 2-1

Making his debut in goal, Ice Bat goaltender Alex Flynn faced over 20 shots and turned back all but one, to help his team eke out a 2-1 victory over the hard working Dragons. More...

Publish scores in The Bee

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Sports Brief

Peter Bittner of Williamsville North recently won the Jim Burt Award for best defensive lineman at the 19th annual WNY awards. He was also named one of four Class AA North defensive players of the year. Bittner More...

Amherst Girls 12u hockey wins overtime thriller to claim tourney

When almost 20 girls More...

Squirt Ice Bats stay hot, defeat Crunch, Moose

While the weather turns cold outside, things have stayed hot inside the confines of the Amherst Pepsi Center for the Squirt Ice Bats. More...

Merry Decembers; a look at Buffalo’s past

The Buffalo Bills haven More...

HIGH SCHOOL SP O RT S SCOREBOARD

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