Weekly Feature

September 13, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Kenmore East boys soccer starts 4-0-1

A potent and disciplined offense has led Kenmore East to a solid start to the season. The Bulldogs are 4-0-1 through five games, with some impressive wins in league play. The offense has been a major key to the early success.  More...

NT boys soccer remains unbeaten through six

The strong start to the 2017 season continued for the North Tonawanda boys soccer team with wins over Kenmore West, 4-3, at home Sept. More...

Blue Devils fall to Starpoint 49-14

Saturday was not ideal for the Kenmore West football team. The Blue Devils committed six turnovers in a 49-14 loss to Starpoint. The Spartans are among the best teams in Class A, the type of team that will take advantage of every mistake.  More...

Lumberjacks’ volleyball team reaches semis of own tourney

North Tonawanda’s boys volleyball team kicked off its 2017 campaign in style this past weekend, reaching the semifinal round of its own tournament Saturday after beginning Niagara Frontier League play victoriously the previous evening. More...

Kenmore West cross country teams run 19 deep

Kenmore West cross country is as deep as it has been in years. Both the boys’ and the girls’ programs will be 19 deep this season, with only eight seniors between the two squads.  More...

Lady Bulldogs tennis squad shows improvement

The Kenmore East Girls Tennis Team has showed steady improvement over the past couple of years. With a team of beginners, Kenmore East finished last in 2014, moved up to seventh in 2015 and last year placed sixth in the tough Niagara Frontier League. More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

Kenmore EastFootball: Lost to Williamsville South 44-27Boys soccer: Defeated CSAT 14-0Girls soccer: Lost to Grand Island 4-0; lost to Nichols 4-0 More...

O’Hara soccer opens with win

The Cardinal O’Hara boys soccer held on for a 3-2 on the road Friday against Christian Central Academy in Williamsville.  “We looked great for the first game of the season,” Cardinal O’Hara Coach Paul Antonio said. More...

St. Joe’s tops Cardinal O’Hara 41-14

St. Joe’s rolled to a league win over crosstown rival Cardinal O’Hara, defeating the Hawks 41-14 Friday.  Roland McCarley got things started early with an 85-yard kickoff return for a score. More...

Tonawanda football falls to Medina, 26-15

The Tonawanda football team may be 0-2, but the team has plenty of progress to show after two weeks. The Warriors lost 26-15 to Class B power Medina Friday after another less-than-ideal first quarter. More...

Thunder cross country returns entire team from last season

There will be no need for the Mount St. Mary cross country team to fill any holes or make any sweeping changes coming into the 2017 season. Last year’s entire team is back and ready to compete in Monsignor Martin.  More...

North Tonawanda girls volleyball team on cusp of year’s first win

North Tonawanda’s girls volleyball team remains on the hunt for its first win of the season after giving solid efforts in defeat to Niagara Frontier League foes Lockport and Niagara Wheatfield last week.  The Lady Lumberjacks kicked off th More...

O’Hara cross country aiming to top small schools

The Cardinal O’Hara cross country team will run six deep this season. More...

Sports briefs

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...

Mermigas’ skill on the pitch earns him spot in the Kenmore West Hall

In the eyes of many who have witnessed boys’ soccer over the decades at Kenmore West High School, Tony Mermigas is mentioned often as one of the best players ever, if not the best. More...