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October 10, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

South football rebounds against Amherst

What a difference a week made for the Williamsville South football team.  After allowing 62 points in a home loss against Starpoint, the Billies rebounded with a 39-12 road win over Amherst Friday.  More...

East girls tennis finishes undefeated, wins ECIC II title

Williamsville East’s girls tennis team wrapped up an undefeated regular season and the ECIC Division II championship with a 5-0 home victory over Amherst Thursday.  The Lady Flames finished 10-0 and won all of their matches by 5-0 scores.& More...

East field hockey wins two of three

Williamsville East’s field hockey team was successful in two of three games last week, blanking Lancaster, 2-0, Oct. 1, and West Seneca West, 3-0, Oct. More...

Sacred Heart volleyball defeats Our Lady of Mercy

Sacred Heart had a busy but successful week on the volleyball court.  More...

East girls volleyball finishes third at Frontier Tourney

Williamsville East’s girls volleyball team came in third place at Saturday’s Frontier Tournament held at the Buffalo Niagara Court Center.  East won its pool, beating North Tonawanda, 25-8, 25-17; Gowanda, 25-8, 25-16, and Nardin, 25 More...

Lady Spartans stop Lancaster, Jamestown

Williamsville North’s girls soccer team improved to 6-3-2 in ECIC Division I and 7-4-3 overall with victories over Jamestown, 5-0, at home Oct. 3 and Lancaster, 3-1, on the road Saturday afternoon.  More...

East girls soccer downs Lew-Port

Williamsville East’s girls soccer team built a 4-0 lead on its way to a 4-1 non-league home win over Lewiston Porter Monday.  Maran Kingsley opened the scoring at the 13-minute mark with a left-footed shot to the far post from 25 yards. More...

Sacred Heart’s offense erupts in victories

Sacred Heart’s soccer team has had problems scoring goals all season, but the Sharks hopefully solved the problem, scoring 13 goals in victories last week over Mount Mercy, 7-1, Oct. More...

Amherst girls swimming wins ‘Pink the Pool’ meet

Amherst’s girls swim team not only secured a 51-43 home win over Sweet Home Oct. More...

Sweet Home Community Day

Sweet Home Middle School students Taylor Nisbet, left, Maya Attallah, Maggie Paluch and McKenna Flatau enjoy some hot dogs at Sweet Home’s Community Day event, which was held at the high school More...

Sports brief

Sweet Home’s boys cross-country team improved to 2-0 with a 26-29 home win over Hamburg Oct. 2. Ray Sambrotto (17:13); Ean Pokorski (18:23); Jake Weissenburg (18:52); and Joe Wawrzyniak (19:42) were Sweet Home’s top four finishers.   More...

North girls tennis records third win; loses to OP, Lancaster

Williamsville North’s girls tennis team blanked Frontier, 5-0, at home Wednesday, securing the Lady Spartans’ third win of the season. Courtney Kessler downed Jacquelynn Kelley, 6-3, 6-1, at first singles. More...

South finishes with 7-5 record

Williamsville South’s girls tennis team closed out the team portion of its schedule with two ECIC Division II wins and a non-league loss last week.  The Lady Billies finished third in ECIC II with a 6-4 record and a 7-5 overall mark.  More...

Avalanche girls softball seeks 10U players

The Avalanche Girls Fastpitch Travel Softball team is seeking one or two players to complete its 10U roster for 2019. There is no residency requirement.  More...

Osborne leads Flames to rout over NT

East senior scores 4 TDs

Clayton Osborne could not be stopped in the Williamsville East football team’s 47-20 road win over North Tonawanda Friday.  More...

Sweet Home football plays well in loss to McKinley

Judging by the final score, one would think that the Sweet Home football team was routed by McKinley, 50-22, at home Friday, but the final score does not detail how well the Panthers played. More...

Woolingham’s four goals pace East boys soccer over South

Ben Woolingham had a game to remember in the Williamsville East boys soccer team’s 6-0 home shutout over Williamsville South Saturday.  The senior forward scored three goals in the first 19 minutes, and four goals in the first 34 minutes. More...

Sweet Home soccer rebounds with wins

Sweet Home’s boys soccer team rebounded from one of its worst weeks in program history with victories over Starpoint, 1-0, at home Oct. More...

North field hockey blanks WSE, rallies past Sweet Home

Williamsville North’s field hockey team improved to 11-1 with an 11-0 road win over West Seneca East Oct. 1, and a 3-2 home win over Sweet Home Oct. More...

Sweet Home volleyball sweeps South

Sweet Home’s boys volleyball team improved to 8-0 in ECIC II after defeating Williamsville South, 17-25, 16-25, 19-25 Oct. 3.  Kaleb Luton led Sweet Home’s offense with six kills followed by Solomon Shabazz with five kills. More...

FOLLOW THROUGH

— Williamsville North’s Sami Spokane watches her drive during the Lady Spartans’ 194-228 home loss to Williamsville East Oct. 1 at Oakwood Golf Course. More...

Firemen's Bowling

Team Wins Losses Lancaster 21 7 Main- Transit B 19 9 Main-Transit C 19 9 East Amherst 18 10 Clarence Center 16 More...

Amherst boys, North girls win Town of Amherst Championships

The Amherst boys and Williamsville North girls cross-country teams were big winners at Friday’s Town of Amherst Championships at Bassett Park.  The Amherst boys finished first, second, seventh, eighth and 10th on the way to scoring 28 poin More...

East gymnastics edges North, falls to South in league opener

Williamsville East’s girls gymnastics team narrowly defeated Williamsville North, 154.45-153.45, Wednesday at North in the squad’s first league meet of the season.  East lost to Williamsville South, 166.2-154.45.  East coach Lis More...

Sweet Home starting to gel

Sweet Home’s field hockey team is starting to put it all together and it has shown in recent games.  The Lady Panthers defeated Hamburg, 3-0, on the road Oct. 1 and fell short at Williamsville North, losing 3-2, Wednesday.  More...

North loses key league match to Clarence

Williamsville North’s girls volleyball team had high hopes of securing second place in ECIC Division I, but fell short at Clarence, losing 14-25, 11-25, 25-16, 20-25 Oct. 2. The Lady Spartans are 5-3 in league matches.  More...

South remains unbeaten in ECIC II

Williamsville South’s girls volleyball team continued its unblemished record against ECIC II competition, downing Sweet Home, 25-14, 25-17, 25-20, at home Oct. More...

South girls soccer posts win, loss, tie

Williamsville South’s girls soccer team experienced a little bit of everything in three road games last week.  The Lady Billies picked up a 3-0 non-league win over Lancaster Oct. 1; lost to Amherst, 4-3, Oct. More...

Sports brief

Williamsville North’s boys cross-country team defeated Orchard Park, 25-34, Oct. 2 at Chestnut Ridge Park. North secured victory by finished third through eighth place. Ariya Roberts and Olivia Moran led North.  More...

North swims well in loss to Orchard Park

The Williamsville North girls swim team’s 80-22 home loss to Orchard Park was one of the squad’s most lopsided final scores in at least the last 10 years.  The good news is that it was also the first time in recent memory that new va More...

East boys cross-country wins

Williamsville East’s boys cross-country team beat Williamsville South, 16-44, Oct. 2 at Bassett Park.  Jack Stefanick, Owen Lewis and Allen Gelfond crossed the line together in 18 minutes, 37 seconds. 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...

Sweet Home girls swimming falls to Amherst, beats WS East

Sweet Home split another pair of swim meets last week, falling at Amherst, 51-43, Oct. More...

Amherst girls tennis exceeds expectations

After losing five starters, it could have been a rebuilding year for the Amherst girls tennis team.  Instead, the Lady Tigers went above coach Paul Biddle’s expectations as Amherst finished second in ECIC II with an 8-2 record and a 12-3 o More...

Shine excels in East swimming’s loss to Hamburg

Jessica Shine had a big day in the Williamsville East girls swim team’s 108-68 road loss to Hamburg Oct. More...

North football wins ugly at Lockport

It wasn’t pretty, but the Williamsville North football team made enough plays on both sides of the ball to secure a 34-22 road win over Lockport Saturday at the Lions’ new turf field at Emmett Belknap Intermediate School. More...

Sacred Heart swimming’s Revelas lowers school record in 100 breast

Savannah Revelas continues to lower her school record in the 100-yard breaststroke.  In the Sharks’ 107-73 win over the Buffalo Public Schools at City Honors Thursday, the Sacred Heart senior won the 100 breast in 1 minute, 8.62 seconds. More...

Sacred Heart cross-country places second at Town of Amherst meet

Anna Ridge led the Sacred Heart girls cross-country team to a second-place finish at the Town of Amherst Championships Friday at Bassett Park.  Ridge took eighth in 20 minutes, 38 seconds.  More...

North blanks Jamestown on Senior Night

Williamsville North’s boys soccer team had much success in its Senior Night game, blanking Jamestown, 7-0, at home Oct. More...

Amherst boys golf finishes 8-2

Amherst’s boys golf team finished the regular season with an 8-2 record and finished second in the ECIC North Small Schools Division for the second straight year after beating Maryvale, 264-331, Oct. More...

FORE —

Williamsville East’s Abbie Stellrecht drives the ball in the Lady Flames’ 194-228 road win over Williamsville North Oct. 1 at Oakwood Golf Course. More...

South posts shutout on Senior Night

Williamsville South’s field hockey team celebrated its seniors with a 6-0 home win over West Seneca West Oct. 1.  Seniors Chloe McKenna and Anna Lorenzo both tallied two goals each. More...

North volleyball takes runner-up at Lockport Tourney

After dropping its last two league matches, Williamsville North’s boys volleyball team rebounded with a very successful week on the court.  More...