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January 31, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Hemphill reaches 1,000 points as O’Hara starts to hit stride

Cardinal O’Hara junior Justin Hemphill reached a pair of impressive milestones Friday night. The Hawks star recorded his 1,000th career point and 700th rebound in a blowout win over St. Mary’s. More...

Kenmore East track gearing up for postseason

The Kenmore East track teams have had a solid indoor season, despite some injuries. Between the boys and the girls teams, there are nine sectional qualifiers.  More...

Hollock breaks Lady Warriors’ record with nine threes in victory over Alden

Taylor Hollock’s proficiency behind the three-point line helped Tonawanda’s girls basketball team score a season-high 54 points Jan. 23 in what was the Lady Warriors’ 13-point win over Alden.  More...

Tonawanda’s Braddell wins Ken-Ton Tourney

Zach Braddell completely dominated the 126-pound weight class at Saturday’s Ken-Ton Tournament at Kenmore West.  The Tonawanda junior went 4-0, downing Brandon Swaciak of Iroquois by technical fall, 17-2, in the final.  More...

St. Joe’s hockey wins three in a row

After stumbling for a bit early in the month, it appears St. Joe’s hockey has hit its stride. The team has now won three in a row after a pair of solid wins over St. Mary’s and Clarence this week. More...

St. Joe’s takes fourth at Catholic states

The St. Joe’s wrestling team took fourth of 12 teams at the NYCHSAA Dual Meet Championship this weekend. Sophomore Ben Parish, junior Matt Werts and senior Ty Slaugenhoupt each went 8-1 on the weekend.   More...

Sports briefs

Daemen College will host boys and girls basketball camps Feb. 19-22.  The boys winter break basketball camp, for those in grades pre-K through 8, will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Daemen’s Lumsden Gymnasium. The cost is $175.  More...

Wende highlights Kenmore West track season

The Kenmore West indoor track team has had plenty of impressive performances, but none can top those of Christina Wende. More...

Kenmore swim team defeats North Tonawanda

The Kenmore combined swim team finished its regular seasononahighnote.Theteam defeated North Tonawanda 68-28 with a number of impressive performances Friday. More...

North American Youth Sports to hold annual spring tourney

North American Youth Sports will hold its annual spring youth basketball tournament at the Gloria J. More...

O’Hara girls hoops having another dominant season

Star players have come and gone, but the Cardinal O’Hara girls’ basketball program has remained dominant. The Lady Hawks lost four players from last year’s team to graduation, including the three top scorers. More...

Comeback win over Lew-Port keeps Lady Bulldogs league title hopes alive

The Kenmore East girls’ basketball team got a big league win Friday night, defeating Lewiston-Porter 50-39. The Lady Bulldogs were down at half, but came back with a huge second half to get the win.  More...

Lady ’Jacks basketball unable to overcome tough starts in losses

North Tonawanda’s girls basketball team was given a reminder as to the value of a strong start during its pair of league losses last week.  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...

Kenmore grapplers place four at Ken-Ton Tournament

The Kenmore combined wrestling team had four top finishers and placed 10th at the team’s home tournament Saturday.  The team finished with 57 points in the annual Ken-Ton Tournament at Kenmore West.  More...

GETTING A STOP

- Kevin Durkin of St. Joe’s puts pressure on the ball in the paint as Jalen Russell of St. Mary’s looks to score. The Marauders lost the game, 83-75. More...

Kenmore East hoops finishing the season strong

The Kenmore East boys’ basketball team put up a couple solid performances in recent play. After starting the season 1-8, the Bulldogs won two of three and had another solid performance. On Jan. More...

MMA girls hockey falls to FLOP in battle of league’s top teams

For the third consecutive week, the Monsignor Martin Association played three days in a row, but one of the games was a rescheduled contest due to Mother Nature.  In a battle between the two top teams in the Western New York Girls Ice Hockey Fe More...

LEVEL UP

- The Level 4 Niagara Gymnastics team from Gleason's School of Gymnastics took first place in the Jacquie Hirsch Memorial Buffalo Challenge in Getzville on Jan. 21. More...