November 24, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

North’s Gronkowski verbally commits to Kansas State

Glenn Gronkowski has decided on a home to continue his football career. The Williamsville North senior verbally committed to Kansas State University on Sunday, Nov. 14. More...

ANGELIC ALL-STARS

ANGELIC ALL-STARS — Multiple members of the Holy Angels varsity soccer team were named Monsignor Martin Association South Division All-stars following the team’s 4-0 win over St. More...

Amherst’s Niesciur to play lacrosse at Binghamton

Sophie Niesciur will continue her lacrosse career at Binghamton University. The Amherst senior attacker/midfielder recently signed a letter of intent with the Division I school. More...

Pee Wee Black Hawks post first shutout

The Pee Wee Black Hawks defeated the Rangers, 4-0, on Nov. 13 for the team’s first shutout of the season. Trey Malcolm scored the Hawks’ first goal with just three minutes left in the first period. More...

South senior to row at North Carolina

Five years ago, Amanda Truesdell never rowed before in her life. Next fall, she’ll be rowing in college. The Williamsville South senior signed a letter of intent with the University of North Carolina on Friday at South. More...

St. Greg’s swim team finishes season tied for first

The St. Gregory the Great swim team finished its 2010 season tied for first place with DeSales in Division I of the Neumann Catholic Swim League. Anna Rubino set another girls’ 11 and over 50 freestyle record (26.41). More...

TOTAL DOMINATION

TOTAL DOMINATION — The Amherst Knights Pee Wee “A” travel team dominated the Steel City Tournament Nov. More...

CCA inaugural tip-off tourney slated

Christian Central Academy’s inaugural A. Leslie Lawrence Memorial Tip-off Basketball Tournament will take place Friday, Nov. 26 and Saturday, Nov. 27. More...

Knights improve record

The Amherst Knights improved their record to 4-1-1 in league play over the weekend. Joe Amici recorded his second shutout of the year with a 3-0 victory over the Buffalo Bisons. More...

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Sacred Heart swim team breaks records at state meet

The Sacred Heart girls swimming team continued to break school records at last weekend’s state meet at the Erie Community College Burt Flickinger Center. More...

Winter sports previews to begin next week

The Bee will begin previewing the winter sports teams in next week’s edition by publishing a preview of the boys and girls basketball teams. More...

Panthers lead all-star football honors

Sweet Home’s performance on the football field resulted in several Class A North postseason honors. More...

Genovese, Kennery to continue softball careers

There is no doubt what Corrin Genovese wants to do after she graduates from college. “I’m totally going to be the next Erin Andrews [ESPN sports broadcaster],” said Genovese. “That’s what my dream is.” More...

Getzville resident signs letter of intent to play Division I hockey

Getzville resident Emily Pfalzer, a senior at Nichols School, signed a letter of intent to play Division I women’s ice hockey with Boston College. More...

Sharks trio sign letters of intent

Caitlyn Colucci, Emily Litwin and Sarah Pawlak have all been integral parts in the success of Sacred Heart Academy sports over the past four years. Soon, they will be taking their skills to the next level. More...

Mel Ott, Connie Mack merge

As of Oct. 20, Mel Ott and Connie Mack Little Leagues have merged to form one new competitive league. More...

HEAD OF THE CLASS

HEAD OF THE CLASS – Scott Huber, sitting in the front row with his daughter, Bailey, was named St. More...

STRAIGHT SHOOTERS

STRAIGHT SHOOTERS — For the first time, the St. Christopher’s School on Niagara Falls Boulevard in Tonawanda sported a golf team in 2010. Headed up by Coach Veronica Kase, St. More...

IMPRESSIVE

IMPRESSIVE — Getzville resident Leslie Ahern completed her junior season at Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania by helping the Division I Field Hockey team reach the Atlantic 10 championship g More...

Squirt Red Wings blank White Sabres

In Amherst Youth Hockey action last weekend, the Squirt Red Wings played a complete game scoring a 9-0 victory over the White Sabres. More...

Sports brief

Krista Frieling, an East Amherst resident and Williamsville North graduate, earned Honorable Mention All-New York Region in women’s volleyball. More...