Weekly Feature



December 4, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Hawks look to be one of strongest teams around

Girls basketball

The rich keep getting richer over at Cardinal O’Hara.  Last year the Lady Hawks finished 28-2 — winning their first 26 games in a row — with the first loss coming in the Monsignor Martin championship game against Sacred Heart.& More...

Hockey, wrestling previews on tap

The Bee will continue its coverage of the 2013-14 winter sports season next week with previews of the wrestling team, as well as the ice hockey squad. More...

Early on, Thunder basketball looking strong

After a 14-win season last year, Mount St. Mary’s returns two starting seniors including Sam Barry and Anne McCorry.  Both are captains and provide intangibles both on the floor and in leadership as well.   More...

Sports brief

The St. Joe’s wrestling team was defeated by Amherst 45-36 on Nov. 27. More...

Sports brief

The Kenmore East football team placed 13 players and one coach on the Class A All-Star list. Seniors Connor McMahon (QB) and Preston Smith (RB0 — along with junior Matt Rymarczyk (OL) — were chosen to the First Team Offense. More...

O’Hara boys basketball looks to improve from last season

This season, Cardinal O’Hara will have some muscle in the low post to compliment the guard strong roster.  The Hawks welcome in 6-foot-6 junior transfer Jovell Littlejohn from Riverside High School to boost their inside presence.  More...

Inexperience at the forefront for Bulldogs basketball this year

Last season, the Kenmore East boys basketball team won just four games and graduated just about the entire roster.  Junior forward Andy Fields is the only player on the current squad to have previously started a varsity game.  He played mos More...

Lady Blue Devils basketball has a lot of size for a change

The Kenmore West girls basketball team is totally different this year, because of superior height in the low post.  Junior Katie Proy is six-foot tall, and sophomore Samantha Britton stands at 5-foot-11.  More...

Young guns hope to bolster Lady Bulldogs basketball

Senior captain Julia Snitzer is the only senior on this year’s Kenmore East girls basketball team.  But that doesn’t mean that she is the only returning starter.  There are three other returning starters including freshman Kenda More...

Elite size hoping to mold into elite talent for Marauders basketball

The St. Joe’s basketball team has 10 players listed as at least six foot or taller this year. That alone, sets the Marauders apart from other teams.  But even with all of that size, head coach Mark Simon said that St. More...

Back court for Blue Devils hopes to lead back to Buff State

It’s a good sign when the majority of your basketball team are football players, and the football team just made it to the sectional semifinals.  That is the case for the Kenmore West boys basketball team. More...