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February 21, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

St. Joe’s defeats Timon 8-0 to move onto Niagara Cup Final

Sports Reporter

St. Joe’s used a consistent and unrelenting attack to continue its unbeaten streak and yet again earn a spot in the Niagara Cup Final. More...

Weber qualifies for state meet with record-breaking performance

St. Joe’s Bowling

It was quite a week for St. Joe’s bowling star Mike Weber. The Marauders’ top guy broke a Monsignor Martin record and earned a spot in the CHSAA Championship tournament in March.  More...

Four Kenmore swimmers qualify for state meet

In its first season as a combined program, the Kenmore swimming and diving team took fifth place at Section VI Championships last Thursday and Friday at the University at Buffalo.  “I’m extremely ecstatic about it, especially after t 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...

Tonawanda girls basketball’s Senior Night spoiled by Eden

Someone forgot to get Eden the memo that Tonawanda’s regular-season finale was the Lady Warriors’ Senior Night, as the Lady Raiders prevented Tonawanda from sending its six elder statesmen off in style in what was a 42-33 triumph by Eden. More...

Aquettes host Figures meet

The Town of Tonawanda Aquettes recently hosted a synchronized swimming competition at Sweet Home High School’s natatorium. The meet focused on Figures for those swimmers age 15 and under and Junior Elements for those aged 16 and over.  More...

Two St. Joe’s football plays sign NLIs

St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute seniors Cameron Dabill (Mercyhurst University) and Andrew Gradolph (Gannon University) have officially signed their NCAA Division II letters of intent to continue their football careers next year.  More...

Hot Shots Girls Lacrosse Camp slated

Hot Shots Girls Lacrosse Day Camp will run for its 21st year July 23-26 at Amherst High School’s athletic fields on Westmoreland Drive.  Under the direction of Janet Battaglia, the camp is open to girls ages 4 to 17 regardless of ability o More...

North Tonawanda boys hoops ready for playoffs

The North Tonawanda boys basketball team may not have been as experienced or deep as last year’s Section VI Championship team, but the Lumberjacks found success in the regular season regardless. More...

Kenmore East girls hoops falls in NFL title game

The Kenmore East girls basketball team has accomplished three of the goals it set out for this season, but fell short on one last week.  More...

Piotrowski powers Lady ’Jack cagers with triple-double in season finale

North Tonawanda’s fans showed lots of love to the Lady Lumberjacks when they played what would be their final home game of the season Feb. More...

Kenmore West hockey falls in sectional quarters

The Kenmore West boys hockey season came to an end Sunday with a 5-2 loss to West Seneca West in the Section VI small school quarterfinal round. More...

Blue Devils boys hoops set to take on Hamburg

Kenmore West broke some season-long bad habits while finishing the regular season with a 63-43 win over crosstown rival Kenmore East Wednesday. More...

CASH girls hockey reaches first Fed final

For the first time in program history, Clarence/Amherst/Sweet Home will be playing for a Western New York Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Federation championship. More...

GET TO THE HOLE

- Cardinal O’Hara’s Angel Parker drives into the paint as Sacred Heart’s Erin Hardick tries to guard her. More...

FIRED UP

- Abigail Blair of Kenmore/Grand Island catches the defense off guard and finds the back of the net for one of her two goals in the team’s 5-4 double-overtime loss to Clarence/Amherst/Sweet Hom More...