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December 6, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

St. Joe’s hockey looking to remain dominant with new group

There are few programs in any sport in Western New York that are as successful as St. Joe’s hockey. The Marauders have won NYCHSAA championships in five of the past seven seasons. More...

Kenmore girls hockey team aiming to finish better than it starts

The Kenmore/Grand Island girls hockey team is hoping to get stronger as the season goes on. Last season, the team started slowly, with a 7-0 loss to Frontier/Lake Shore/Orchard Park being the lowlight. More...

St. Joe’s aiming for another successful season

The 40-member, seven-coach 2017-18 St. Joe’s wrestling team is committed to building on a championship culture. More...

Kenmore wrestling building for the future

Wrestlers from Kenmore East and West will once again be combined this season. More...

Kenmore West hockey looking to continue success

The Kenmore West hockey team returns eight players from last year’s Section VI federation small school runner-up squad. 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...

Talent returns for Amherst/Sweet Home/Clarence girls hockey

The top scorer in the history of the Amherst/Sweet Home/Clarence girls hockey team graduated, but there are plenty of reasons the squad can have a successful 2017-18 season.  There are 24 players on the roster, a program record. More...

Kenmore East girls basketball team wins home tournament

The Kenmore East girls basketball team checked a box on its list of season goals already. More...

Malicki returns to coach Monsignor Martin girls hockey team

Chris Malicki’s coaching return to the Monsignor Martin Association girls hockey team was unexpected.  More...

Tonawanda undergoes youth movement

¦ Warriors return state qualifier

The Tonawanda wrestling team is young but that is nothing new for Warriors coach Dan Bishop.  “We have eight freshmen that will play a significant role for us,” Bishop said. More...

Tonawanda, NT drop season openers

Girls basketball

Both Tonawanda and North Tonawanda’s girls basketball teams remain on the hunt for their first victory of the year after the Lady Warriors and Lady Lumberjacks each came up short while making their respective official 2017-18 season debuts.&nbs More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

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Playoffs’ slim hopes could rest on Indy outcome

Standings Bryan Jackson 7-5 Taylor Nigrelli 6-6 Patrick Nagy 6-6 Jason Nadolinski 6-6 Chris Graham 5-7

The Buffalo Bills are in a familiar position. More...

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