Weekly Feature

May 25, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

EA baseball sends B-1’s top seed packing

East Aurora’s baseball team made the right pitching moves to give itself the chance it needed to knock off top-seeded City Honors in Friday’s Section VI Class B-1 quarterfinal, and in the end not even four errors could prevent the Blue De More...

FOLLOW THROUGH

  — East Aurora’s Emily Schreiber watches her shot sail towards the hole while competing in the Section VI Girls Golf Championships on May 17. Schreiber ultimately finished 20th overall with her 18-hole round of 116 (58-58). More...

Sports briefs

The Bee recently debuted 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...

West Herr Knights slay Mostly Old Guys, 22-6

Glory Days softball

50+ division  The West Herr Knights defeated the Mostly Old Guys, 22-6, in recent Glory Days 50+ division action.  More...

East Aurora’s girls lacrosse squad ties program’s best-ever win streak

¦ Kasprzyk becomes all-time goal scorer in finale

East Aurora’s girls lacrosse team pushed its winning streak to eight games — tying a school record in the process — by taking down Eden, Gowanda, Iroquois and Salamanca in recent action to improve to 12-2 on the year. More...

Olean blanks Iroquois in softball playoff opener

¦ Team closed regular season with five consecutive wins

Iroquois’ softball team closed out its regular season with about as much positive momentum as it possibly could have, but third-seeded Olean wasn’t about to leave anything to chance when it hosted the sixth-seeded Lady Chiefs in a Section More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

East Aurora Baseball — def. Newfane 10-0, def. City Honors 8-6, lost to Depew 5-1 in a Section VI Class B-1 semifinal Softball — def. Albion 17-2, lost to Depew 2-0 in a Section VI Class B-1 quarterfinal Boys lacrosse — def. More...

Sports brief

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