March 22, 2006 RSS feed / Sports

United States Hockey League

DeSimone commits to New Hampshire

Growing up, the University of New Hampshire had always been one of Phil DeSimone%27s favorite college hockey teams. More...

Avalanche U-11 buries OP U-12

The U-11 Avalanche girls indoor soccer team defeated the Orchard Park U12 girls, 4-0, in a friendly scrimmage this past Sunday. More...

SECOND PLACE -

The Amherst Central High School varsity cheerleaders placed second in the small school division of Kiss 98.5%27s annual "Cheer for a Cure" competition held March 5 at Erie Community College%27s Burt Flickinger Center. More...

All-Bee Basketball teams to be named

The Bee Group Newspapers will once again be publishing a two-page feature on both male and female basketball players tabbed all-stars by the coaches who compete in The Bee%27s coverage areas. More...

In-Line hockey

Scheduling glitch highlight last week of regular season

The last week of the regular season in the Buffalo In-line Hockey Group winter season saw a very strange scheduling phenomenon. More...

Fireman's Bowling

Te a m               Wi n s         Lost More...

Amherst Major Pee Wee holding tryouts

The Amherst Youth Hockey Major Pee Wee 2006-07 hockey team will have open tryouts for all resident and non-resident players from 7:10 to 8:10 p.m., Monday, April 3; 5:30 to 6:50 p.m, Tuesday, April 4; and 6 to 6:50 p.m., Thursday, April 6, at the Amh More...

Nativity JV boys cagers continue championship run

The Nativity of Mary JV boys basketball team recently advanced to the championship round of the playoffs by defeating teams from Our Lady of Pompeii and St. Christopher%27s. More...

Bantam Bears win tussle with Falcons

The stage is set for an exciting Bantam final on Super Sunday after the Maine Bears outmuscled the Air Force Falcons, 3-1 this past Friday. More...

Mite Division

Phantoms beat Grizzlies on Super Sunday

The Mite Phantoms became the 2006 champions with a 3-2 win over the Grizzlies this past Sunday. More...

Micron Yellow Sabres win Super Sunday final

On Sunday, March 19th, the Feature Rink of the Amherst Pepsi Center was the site of the Amherst Youth Hockey Micron Super Sunday final game between the Yellow Sabres and White Sabres. The Yellow Sabres prevailed 5-3. More...

Knights win Father Schaus title

The Saints Peter and Paul boys varsity basketball team recently defeated Annunciation of Elma, 38-37, for the Father Schaus League Championship. More...

UNDEFEATED -

The Williamsville/Amherst Youth Basketball team completed an undefeated season in the Blessed Sacrament Athletic Club with a victory in this past weekend%27s championship game held at Kenmore West High School. More...

Woman flips drivers the bird

(Editors note: The Bee%27s police blotter is a sampling of unusual, sometimes humorous calls received by the police department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported.) More...

Class A State Final

No Hollywood ending for Sweet Home

The Sweet Home varsity boys basketball team%27s first state title appearance in 22 years had all of the makings of a Hollywood ending. More...

Commentar y

Sabres face big task in divisional title chase Okay, I admit I%27m greedy. I should be happy knowing that, for all intents and More...

Clarence Swim Club fares well at Northeast Championships

Clarence Swim Club sent four athletes, along with coach Russ Sampson, to the 206 Northeast Regional Speedo Championships at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass. March 9-12th. More...

TOURNAMENT CHAMPS -

The Red team from St. Gregory the Great School in Williamsville beat Christ The King, 39-36 to win the sixth grade boys division of the 29th annual Christ The King Tournament on March 13. More...

Senior boys hoops all-star games slated

The top senior boys basketball players in Western New York will play one more game before calling it a high school career. More...

Sports Brief

Williamsville resident Kelly Regan was recently named to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference women%27s basketball all-rookie team. The team was selected by the league%27s head coaches. More...

Bud Bakewell Pee Wee 'AA' beats West Seneca Wings

The Bud Bakewell Bruins Pee Wee Minor "AA" travel hockey team surprised the West Seneca Wings "AAA" 2-1 at West Seneca Arena. More...

Regional boxing returns to Buffalo

Boxers from across Western New York will take to the ring this weekend for a chance to advance to the state championships. More...

Pee Wee Moose eliminate Wolves,

advance to Super Sunday showdown with Grizzlies

The Pee Wee Moose preyed upon the Wolves and eliminated them 4-2, in the semifinals this past Thursday at the Amherst Pepsi Center. The victory puts the Moose in the Super Sunday championship game against the Grizzlies. More...

Pee Wee Knights win March Madness Tournament

The Amherst Pee Wee Knights won the championship of the March Madness Tournament held last weekend at the Amherst Pepsi Center, defeating the Welland Tigers, 2-1. More...

Ohio State captures seventh grade 'A' hoops title

The Ohio State Buckeyes defeated Illinois, 59-37, to capture the seventhgrade "A" championship in Amherst Youth Basketball this past Saturday. More...

Micron White Sabers advance to Super Sunday

The Micron White Sabers started the playoffs this week with a huge win over the Red. More...

Youth Indoor Soccer

Big first half leads Nightmare to victory

The Northtowns Nightmare dominated the first half of its U-11 indoor soccer game with the Amherst Strikers this past Saturday en route to a 5-1 win. The Nightmare led 3-0 at halftime. More...

South baseball boosters to host fund-raiser

The Williamsville South varsity baseball booster club is having a fund-raiser from 1 to 3 p.m., Sunday, March 26 at Sorrentino%27s Pizzeria, 5640 Main, Williamsville. More...

CHAMPS -

Navy won the Amherst Youth Basketball League sixth grade More...

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