Weekly Feature



September 13, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Cheektowaga gridders shut out EA/Holland

Victory provides exclamation point on night that new field is dedicated

Cheektowaga’s football team helped successfully christen its new multi-sport artificial turf athletic facility in its home opener Friday, as the Warriors held East Aurora/ Holland to a net total of negative three yards of offense in posting the More...

CONCENTRATION

CONCENTRATION — Iroquois’ Ava D’Amato tracks down the ball as Clarence’s Natalie Myslinski, second from right, and Regan Haberl consider their options during the Lady Chiefs&r More...

Iroquois girls tennis team wins first two matches

Iroquois’ girls tennis team got off to a quick 2-0 start to its 2018 campaign last week by hanging a pair of 5-0 shutouts on Lake Shore and West Seneca East. More...

Lady Blue Devil harriers dash to victory

Both East Aurora’s boys and girls squads successfully kicked off their 2018 campaigns last week by winning their own Knox Invitational, and the girls’ squad followed up by winning the large schools division at the annual Oakfield-Alabama More...

Buffalo Warriors inline hockey registration set

Registration for the Buffalo Warriors Inline Hockey will be held Saturday, Sept. More...

Sports briefs

The American Volleyball Coaches Association recently named East Aurora junior Olivia Alessi to the 2018 Phenom List. Athletes recognized on the Phenom List have been identified by the AVCA as elite rising high school volleyball student athletes. More...

BALL BATTLE

BALL BATTLE — Maryvale’s Nooh Mujamal, left, battles Iroquois’ Nick Patti for possession of the ball during the Flyers’ 2-1 triumph Friday. More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

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Shutouts highlight EA girls soccer’s 5-0 start

First-year head coach Craig Polston was on the money when he predicted defense would be a key component to the East Aurora girls soccer team’s success this season, at least if the Lady Blue Devils’ efforts in their first five games are an More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS CALENDAR

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Tony Rome’s wins Glory Days’ 60+ title

A game filled with errors on both sides in the early stages eventually turned into a heated battle once the jitters subdued, and in the end Tony Rome’s Globe Hotel and Restaurant captured the Glory Days Softball League’s 60+ Division titl More...

Blue Devils’ boys soccer team showing no mercy to start year

East Aurora’s boys soccer team has opened the 2018 campaign playing as if it’s on a mission – and that mission certainly isn’t one of mercy as Lake Shore, Pioneer and Cheektowaga can attest.  More...

Iroquois girls soccer starts year 3-0

After a pair of blowouts to start the season, Iroquois’ girls soccer team rose to the occasion on Sept. 4 to edge out Pioneer, 3-2, in its toughest test in a 3-0 start to the year. More...

Staffers expect a Chargers blowout Sunday

Bills predictions

I guess you would call that start inauspicious. The Bills suffered one of their worst losses in franchise history, falling to the Ravens 47-3. The Bills were outclassed in every facet of the game. More...

Tough start spells doom for Chief gridders

It didn’t take long for Iroquois football coach to get the feeling that it might be a long night last Friday.  More...

Publish scores in The Bee

Anyone wishing to have their team’s football, soccer or other late summer/fall sports results published in The Bee, whether it is a house, travel, town, recreational or other team, can submit articles in a variety of ways.  More...

Photos available for purchase online

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