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October 11, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

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East football posts another comeback win

Flames clinch first playoff berth since 2012

Whenever you watch a Williamsville East football game, don’t leave early.  For the second consecutive week, the Flames rallied in the fourth quarter to pick up a victory, beating Kenmore West, 20-16, in its homecoming game Saturday. More...

North field hockey snaps Iroquois’ 30-game win streak against WNY teams

Williamsville North’s field hockey team remained unbeaten after downing Iroquois, 3-2, Oct. More...

East girls cross-country team wins first league meet

Williamsville East’s girls cross-country team posted its first league win of the season, beating West Seneca East, 27-35, on the road Oct. More...

East boys cross-country loses close dual meet

Williamsville East’s boys cross-country team lost an extremely close and exciting race at West Seneca East, 28-29, Oct. More...

East girls soccer improves record to 13-1

Team suffers first defeat

In its most brutal stretch of the season, Williamsville East’s girls soccer team won three of four games last week to improve to 13-1 overall.  It is an impressive record, as the Lady Flames usually start many young players, including two More...

South boys soccer downs Sweet Home in double OT

ECIC Division II is loaded with competitive boys soccer games that have gone down to the wire and that was the case in Williamsville South’s 2-1 double overtime road win over Sweet Home Oct. 2.  More...

East boys soccer routs Starpoint

Williamsville East’s boys soccer team gained a little separation atop ECIC Division II, routing Starpoint, 5-2, at home Friday night.  East is 8-1-1 in the league and 10-1-2 overall. Starpoint is 7-2-1 in the league and 9-2-3 overall. More...

Sports brief

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...

Sacred Heart defeats Nardin, remains unbeaten in league

Sacred Heart’s girls swim team, last year’s Monsignor Martin Association regular-season and All-Catholic champion, has not missed a beat in the 2017 season.  As of press time, the Sharks have defeated all of their league opponents, m More...

North wins ‘Pink the Pool’ meet

Williamsville North’s girls swim team evened its record at 4-4 with a 76-26 home win over West Seneca West Oct. 3, but more importantly, the team did its best to raise money for breast cancer awareness.  More...

Grand Island football spoils Sweet Home’s homecoming

The Grand Island and Sweet Home football teams could not have looked any different in the Panthers’ 28-0 homecoming loss Friday night.  Grand Island outgained Sweet Home, 235-176, on offense, made key stops on defense and committed three p More...

FORE

— Williamsville South’s Jake Weinstein drives the ball and some grass during the Billies’ 267-279 home loss to Williamsville East Oct. 2 at the Country Club of Buffalo. More...

Ski/Snowboarding club forming

The Holiday Valley and St. Gregory’s Ski/Snowboarding Club is forming for the season.  Coach USA buses will leave in front of St. Gregory the Great Church in Williamsville at 4 p.m. and return at 11:45 p.m. More...

Amherst JV field hockey to hold donation drive for Puerto Rico

The Amherst JV field hockey team is holding a donation drive for Puerto Rico from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. More...

East field hockey ties reigning section champ Iroquois

Wins other games by shutout

Williamsville East’s field hockey team played its best game of the season against the top Class B team in Section VI, tying reigning section champion Iroquois, 0-0, Friday.  More...

Keem named ECC men’s soccer Rookie of the Week

Noah Keem, a Sweet Home graduate and a freshman forward/defender for the Daemen College men’s soccer team, was named the East Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Rookie of the Week for games played from Sept. 25 through Oct. 1.  More...

Sacred Heart cross-country wins small schools race at invitational

Sacred Heart’s girls cross-country team took first place in the small schools division at Saturday’s West Seneca Invitational at Sunshine Park.  Alex Judge won a medal for finishing in the top 10, placing seventh out of 44 runners in More...

Sacred Heart girls volleyball sweeps Nardin, Grand Island

Sacred Heart’s girls volleyball team had a successful week, defeating rival Nardin, 25-11, 25-10, 25-17, Oct. More...

HONOR

— Stacey Brown is the recipient of the 2017 Amherst Girls Softball League’s Patricia Ruppar Memorial Scholarship Award. More...

Sports brief

Williamsville North’s girls golf team (4-6) lost to Lancaster, 185-192, in its regular season finale Oct. 4 at Oakwood Golf Course. Alex Mucci was the medalist with a 42. More...

Win over South sets up big showdown for Amherst

It took a day later due to rain but Amherst’s girls tennis team took care of business, defeating Williamsville South, 4-1, at home Thursday.  The win improved Amherst’s ECIC Division II record to 7-2 and sets up a big showdown with More...

North boys volleyball trying to find its identity

Williamsville North boys volleyball coach Jake Waszak knows his team is capable of playing with most teams in Western New York. He just has no idea which team is going to show up.  More...

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Amherst boys cross-country wins Town of Amherst Championships

South’s Bergamasco places first

The Amherst boys cross-country team recorded 30 points to win Friday’s Town of Amherst Championships at Grover Cleveland Golf Course.  Amherst, which finished with 30 points, had its first six runners finish in the top 15. More...

Starpoint puts dent in South’s playoff aspirations

Williamsville South typically qualifies for the Section VI Federation playoffs but the Billies have not made it easy on themselves to make it this year. More...

Sweet Home girls cross-country defeats South

Sweet Home’s girls cross-country team rebounded from its first regular season loss since 2011 with a big 24-34 victory over Williamsville South Oct. More...

Late rally lifts Amherst football to second straight win

After losing its first four games, the Amherst football team is on a win streak.  The Tigers (2-4) rallied late to beat Hamburg, 24-20, at home Friday. Amherst was coming off a 24-6 road win over Lake Shore in Week Five.  More...

Sports brief

Williamsville North’s boys cross-country team finished 53rd out of 195 teams at the McQuaid Invitational Sept. 30 at Genesee Valley Park.  More...

North girls soccer blanks Sacred Heart, falls to OP in OT

Williamsville North’s girls soccer team was in total control of its 6-0 non-league home win over Sacred Heart Oct. 2.  After two days off, North looked to get off to a quick start against a young Sacred Heart squad.  More...

North boys soccer posts shutout wins

Williamsville North’s boys soccer team bounced back from a 2-1 home loss against Clarence Sept. 28 with home shutout victories over Orchard Park, 3-0, Oct. More...

Sacred Heart soccer’s losing skid hits three

The Sacred Heart girls soccer team’s losing skid hit three after dropping a non-league road game to Williamsville North, 6-0, Oct. More...

Amherst girls swim team wins back-to-back meets

Lady Tigers set records at Pioneer

Having back-to-back swim meets did not seem to faze Amherst, as the Lady Tigers defeated Cheektowaga, 75-19, Oct. 4 and Pioneer, 64-34, Oct. 5. More...

East posts good times in losses

Williamsville East’s girls swim team dropped both of its meets last week but posted good times.  In Friday’s 114-66 home loss to Clarence at Transit Middle School, Jessica Shine won the 100-yard butterfly in a state-qualifying time o More...

Sweet Home boys volleyball completes sweep of East

Sweet Home’s boys volleyball team earned a big ECIC Division II road win at Williamsville East, 16-25, 25-18, 25-19, 20-25, 15-11 on Oct. More...

Big plays push Spartans to homecoming win

Big plays surrounded the Williamsville North football team’s 35-6 homecoming victory over Frontier Friday.  Quarterback Joe Nusall completed a 75-yard touchdown pass to Jake Orlando, Dylan Kelly returned an interception for 19 yards and Ma More...

Sweet Home swim team defeats South

Lady Panthers raise awareness for breast cancer

The Sweet Home girls swim team’s 58-40 home win over Williamsville South Friday capped off a weeklong effort dedicated to raising awareness for breast cancer.  More...

South girls cross-country wins Town of Amherst Championships

Williamsville South’s girls cross-country team was the big winner at Friday’s Town of Amherst Championships at Grover Cleveland Golf Course.  The Lady Billies scored 47 points to win the race as a team. More...

IT’S MINE

— Amherst captain Elizabeth Jacobia battles for the ball during the Lady Tigers’ 3-1 road loss against Clarence Friday. More...

League wins improve East girls volleyball to 8-0 in ECIC II

Williamsville East’s girls volleyball team kept its ECIC Division II record unblemished after recording league victories over Sweet Home, 25-15, 25-11, 25-21, at home Oct. More...

Firemen's Bowling

Team Wins Losses Harris Hill B 22 6 Lancaster 21 7 North Amherst 19 9 Eggertsville 18 10 Main-Transit B 16 12 More...

East gymnastics wins opening meets

Williamsville East’s girls gymnastics team opened its season with victories, winning a non-league tri-meet against Maryvale and Williamsville South Oct. 2 at Williamsville South, and Sweet Home in a league meet Oct. More...

North girls volleyball wins two of three

Williamsville North’s girls volleyball team recorded wins in two of three ECIC Division I road matches last week to improve its league record to 5-4.  The Lady Spartans beat West Seneca West, 25-9, 25-14, 25-13 Oct. More...

North girls tennis splits league matches

Williamsville North’s girls tennis team avenged a 3-2 defeat to Lancaster Sept. 18 with a 3-2 win of its own over the Lady Legends on the road Oct. More...

South field hockey records wins, honor seniors

Williamsville South’s field hockey team celebrated its seniors prior to the team’s 4-0 home win over East Aurora Oct. More...