Weekly Feature



June 13, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Four programs represented on First Team

All-Bee Softball

The 2018 All-Bee Softball First Team features a slew of familiar faces. Two of the six girls who were honored were also on last year’s first team, while two others were honorable mentions.  More...

St. Joe’s announces scholar athletes

St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute recently announced the selection of 28 seniors as Section VI All-Western New York Scholar Athletes for the 2018 spring sports season.  More...

Sports Brief

Patty Delaney won the Brighton Park Women’s Tuesday Golf League Annual Cancer Memorial Tournament, which took place May 29 and June 5.  Delaney had the low net overall score of 68. More...

All-Bee Softball Teams named; selection process explained

The Bee’s sports staff decided to once again honor some of the area’s best softball players with the seventh annual installment of the All-Bee Softball Team.  Being selected for the team is an honor that the recipients are proud to r More...

Vanderlip’s first-year state final run at Iroquois earns him All-Bee Coach of the Year

Last year at this time, Aaron Vanderlip had just finished a season coaching the Cheektowaga softball team, while Iroquois was coming off a sub-.500 season. Last weekend, his Iroquois softball team played for a Class A state championship.  More...

St. Joe’s baseball falls in Georgetown Cup Final

Just one run turned out to be the difference for the St. Joe’s baseball team. The Marauders lost game two of the Georgetown Cup to St. More...

CLEAR IT

- Mark Marrelli of Kenmore West competes in the 110-meter hurdles at the NYSPHSAA Championship Meet at Cicero North Syracuse High School Friday. He finished 15th in the event. More...

Sports Brief

The North Tonawanda Department of Youth, Recreation and Parks will be holding an open-play sand volleyball program Friday nights from 6 to 8 p.m. June 29 to Aug. 24 for youth 12 to 18 years old.  More...

Mesi headlines 2018 Greater Buffalo Sports Hall

Smith, Yeates also selected

“Baby” Joe Mesi is a member of the Ring 44 Buffalo Boxing Hall of Fame and was recently entered into the New York State Boxing Hall of Fame, but getting selected for the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame was a surprise.  More...

NT rec department to host ‘Summer Blastoff’

The North Tonawanda Department of Youth, Recreation and Parks will be holding its annual Summer Blastoff Event from 4 to 7 p.m. June 22 at Payne Park.  More...

Lady Chiefs’ Plonka is Pitcher of the Year

Not long ago, the idea of Iroquois going to the state playoffs in softball was more of a joke than a serious possibility. Brooke Plonka and her teammates talked about playing for a state championship, but never in a serious manner.  More...

Orchard Park’s Stewart earns All-Bee Player of the Year honors

Madison Stewart’s four years on the Orchard Park girls varsity softball team have been eventful. More...

Sports Brief

The 1,000% Elephants Football Club won their first soccer contest of the SportsPlex indoor season, 4-1 on June 5. Attacker Mike Bartkowski scored two goals, while midfielders Chris Miller and Dave Gordon tallied their first goals of the campaign. More...

A WENDE DAY

- Christina Wende of Kenmore West competes in the 100-meter hurdles at the NYSPHSAA Championship Meet at Cicero North Syracuse High School Friday. More...

Registration open for NT youth hoops league

The North Tonawanda Department of Youth, Recreation and Parks is accepting registration for participants interested in their Outdoor Summer Basketball League. More...

Synchronized swim lessons to be held

A program teaching girls synchronized swimming will be held at Town of Tonawanda pools this summer. Both residents and nonresidents are welcome to join. Girls of all ages are able to register, but they must be able to swim unassisted.  More...