Weekly Feature



November 22, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Regional champions dominate First Team

All-Bee Football — Offense

The 2017 season has featured historic dominance for Section VI football, particularly teams in Bee coverage areas. More...

St. Joe’s football falls just short in Monsignor Martin Final

Just 11 yards stood between St. Joe’s and potentially sending the Monsignor Martin Championship game to overtime. More...

All-Bee Football squad selection 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 offensive unit’s portion of the 2017 All-Bee Football Team.  More...

St. Joe’s seniors sign letters of intent

St. More...

Big Red Basketball registration set

Registration is currently under way for the 11th annual Big Red Basketball Club training sessions and team formation.  The Big Red Basketball Club offers a more advanced level of basketball training for boys and girls in fourth through ninth gra More...

West Seneca West’s Myers earns Player of the Year honors

It’s been a whirlwind five months for West Seneca West quarterback Matt Myers.  More...

AAU play helps girls hoops trio succeed

¦ Clarence, Sacred Heart, O’Hara stars to ultimately play at NCAA Division I level

Three of the area’s top girls basketball players have a lot in common, including having all played together in the past for the I-90 Elite AAU squad.  More...

CHAMPS

- The St. Amelia’s baseball team was recently presented with its trophy for winning the Buffalo Diocese Championship. The trophy was presented to the team by league coordinator, Fr. More...

Bills will have a long day at Arrowhead

Bills predictions Standings Bryan Jackson 6-4 Taylor Nigrelli 5-5 Patrick Nagy 5-5 Jason Nadolinski 5-5 Chris Graham 4-6

Well, that was ugly. The Nathan Peterman experiment got off to an inauspicious start Sunday when the rookie fifth-round pick threw five interceptions and completed just six passes in one half of play. 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...