Weekly Feature



November 14, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

First team features experience, postseason success

All-Bee Girls Soccer

The 2018 All-Bee Girls Soccer First Team honorees succeeded not just as individuals, but led their respective teams to deep postseason runs for the most part. More...

Former teammates share All-Bee Player of the Year honors for girls soccer

Tatyjana Scalisi and Emma Faso played for different high school teams in different towns in different divisions and classifications. But they are not strangers. In fact, they are friends. More...

All-Bee Soccer squads’ 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 2018 installment of the All-Bee Soccer teams.  More...

Librock closes three-decade career with All-Bee honor

There was a lot that made the 2018 season special for Williamsville East boys soccer coach Jeff Librock.  For starters, his team won a sectional title and made it to the Far West Regional round of the New York State playoffs. More...

Turners meet opens competition season

The Buffalo Turners once again opened the girls’ gym- nastics competition season in Western New York with the Thank a Vet Invitational (formerly The Turkey-Tine) at Kenmore West High School on Nov. 3-4. More...

O’Hara football wins first title since 2010

The Cardinal O’Hara football team knew coming into the 2018 season that it had a better chance of winning a championship than it had in nearly a decade.  More...

St. Joe’s soccer suffers overtime loss in state playoffs

The St. Joe’s soccer team suffered a heart-breaking defeat in the NYSCHSAA Tournament Friday night, falling to Regis High School 2-1 in overtime.  More...

First Team marked by sectional champions

All-Bee Boys Soccer

Team success is a common theme for the 2018 All-Bee Boys Soccer First Team. All but one of the players on the squad at least played for a sectional championship, while five of the players are Section VI champions. More...

Buscaglia’s heroic playoff performance nets him Player of the Year honors

Trey Buscaglia nearly missed the final games of his impressive high school career.  Near the end of this season, Buscaglia got very sick and had to miss a week of practice. He was too ill to play in the Class A-1 final against Hamburg. More...

Class A title earns Fildes Coach of the Year honor

JoAnna Fildes has coached girls soccer at Amherst High school for 22 years, but the team has never performed as well as it did this year. More...