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November 15, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Lancaster boasts First Team player at three spots

All Bee Football — Defense

Apparently, 2017 is the year of the Legends when it comes to football.  More...

Senior Andreessen named Defensive Player of the Year

Lancaster’s football program has won two consecutive Section VI Class AA titles and now has had team members named the All-Bee Football Team’s Defensive Player of the Year for a second straight season.  Coincidence? Hardly.  More...

Lady Hawks win soccer championship

The Cardinal O’Hara girls soccer team won the Monsignor Martin B Division Championship Saturday in convincing fashion, trouncing Buffalo Seminary 5-0. The victory was redemption for last year’s loss in the championship game.  More...

Sports briefs

New York Inferno Fastpitch is looking for a few players. The 14U Gold Futures is looking for a 2003-2004 pitcher, utility player and hitters. The 16U Showcase Platinum and Gold teams are looking for pitching and hitters. More...

St. Joe’s rower commits to Syracuse

Senior Joshua Costolnick signed a national letter of intent to attend Syracuse University in the fall of 2018, joining the university’s NCAA Division I rowing team.  More...

FLOAT LIKE A BUTTERFLY

- Kenmore West's Katie Jung competes in the butterfly portion of 200 medley relay at the Section VI Championship Meet at ECC City Campus Friday. The Lady Blue Devils finished 24th at the meet. More...

Eric Rupp repeats as All-Bee Football Coach of the Year

Second-year Lancaster football coach Eric Rupp has already constructed an epic start to his head coaching career, posting a 21-1 record while winning sectional titles in each of his first two seasons and guiding the Legends to this weekend’s st 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 defensive unit’s portion of the 2017 All-Bee Football Team.  More...

St. Joe’s soccer falls in state semifinals

A triumphant St. Joe’s soccer season came to an end last weekend in New York City. The Marauders fell, 1-0, to Chaminade in the semifinal round of CHSAA State Playoffs. The game, which was played at St. More...

St. Joe’s football advances to championship

The St. Joe’s football team has earned a place in the Monsignor Martin Final. The Marauders defeated St. Francis, 18-13, on the road Friday, avenging a regular-season loss.   More...

O’Hara senior basketball player signs letter of intent

Kiara Johnson, a senior at Cardinal O’Hara High School, signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Eastern Michigan University.  More...

BARS

- Kenmore gymnast Mikala Thursam performs on bars during last week’s Section VI Championship meet. Thursam finished 20th all-around. The combined Kenmore team finished sixth with 94.85 points. More...