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November 21, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

East’s Shine wins consolation heat of 100 fly

Girls swimming state meet

For the second consecutive year, Jessica Shine closed out her high school season by winning the consolation heat of the 100-yard butterfly at the  New  York  State  Public  High  School  Athletic Association  More...

East softball trio signs National Letters of Intent

Buscaglia to play soccer at Daemen

Williamsville East’s softball team has been a juggernaut in recent years and Christy Mack, Rachel Steffan and Cara Leone have been a big reason why. All three signed National Letters of Intent with Division I schools Nov. 14. More...

South’s Scalisi signs to play soccer at UB

Tatyjana Scalisi has wanted to become a professional soccer player ever since she was young. The Williamsville South senior took the next step after she signed a National Letter of Intent with the University at Buffalo Nov. 14.  More...

SSPP swim team concludes season

Eighteen local private and Catholic schools attended the Neumann Catholic Swim League annual championship meet Nov. 12.  The meet was broken into three sessions: 8-and-under, 9- and 10-year-olds and 11-and-older.  More...

First Team honorees impressed opposing coaches

All-Bee Football — Offense

They come from different schools and different backgrounds, and they all have different strengths and abilities, but all eight players who were selected First Team all-stars for the 2018 All-Bee Football Team on the offensive side of the ball share a More...

All-Bee Football Teams named, process explained

Given the tremendous success of last year’s squad, The Bee’s sports staff is once again proud to recognize some of the area’s top talent with the 2018 All-Bee Football Team.  More...

North field hockey trio signs with Division II powerhouse Pace

Samantha Mallare, Jenna Piotrowski and Lauren Rabinowitz have been a huge part of the Williamsville North field hockey team’s success.  More...

Fireman's Bowling

Team Wins Losses Lancaster 48 22 Harris Hill 42 28 Main-Transit C 40 30 North Amherst 38 32 Clarence Center More...

Amherst girls lax trio signs National Letters of Intent

Van Buren to swim at Canisius

Nov. 14 was a big day for the Amherst girls lacrosse program.  Seniors Charleigh Rondeau (Slippery Rock University), Caroline Yoder (St. 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...

WS East’s Maurino, Cleve Hill’s Graham share All-Bee Football Coach of the Year honor

Jim Maurino and Glen Graham have known each other in the football community for more than two decades, so it’s fitting that both share the 2018 All-Bee Football Coach of the Year honor. More...

Trojans’ Dolac becomes All-Bee Team’s first Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year

It’s not unheard of, at the high school level, to have athletes playing on both the offensive and defensive side of the football. More...

Championship contenders represented on First Team

All-Bee Football — Defense

The majority of the 2018 All-Bee Football Team is familiar with playing for a championship. Six of the eight First Team selections, including the Player of the Year, competed in a Section VI final, and four won section titles. More...