Weekly Feature

June 29, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Seniors dominate First-Team lineup

2017 All-Bee Baseball

The 2017 baseball season was not played under ideal conditions. Consistent and seemingly unceasing rain forced many teams to scramble to make up games where they could. More...

Legends’ Castillo repeats as top player

LG Castillo was not satisfied with last season’s success. The Lancaster standout had an excellent junior season in 2016, earning plenty of accolades including All-Bee Baseball Player of the Year. More...

Maryvale hoops camp scheduled

The coaches and players within Maryvale’s boys basketball program will once again be hosting its annual Maryvale Basketball Camp from Monday, July 10, through Friday, July 14, at Maryvale High School, 1050 Maryvale Drive.  More...

All-Bee Baseball Team selection process explained

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

North’s Surowiec tabbed 2017’s Pitcher of the Year

Josh Surowiec doesn’t have overwhelming power. He doesn’t blow the ball by batters. But through years of hard work and dedication, the Williamsville North senior became an ace. More...

Clarence’s Smith voted Coach of the Year

Dave Smith has led Clarence baseball to six sectional titles in his time as head coach, but the feeling of winning it all never diminishes. More...

Publish scores in The Bee

Anyone wishing to have their team’s baseball, softball, soccer or other spring 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...

‘Blue’ Athletics begins summer USATF season

Twelve members of the West Seneca “Blue” Athletics program participated in the USATF Niagara Association Junior Olympic Championships, held Saturday and Sunday at Penfield High School.  Top-six competitors earned the opportunity to a More...

Hockey event aims to help cancer fight

’11-day Power Play’ also seeks to set Guinness World Record

Hockey is a tough sport to play, even when confined to its normal one-hour time frame. Playing for 11 straight days is downright absurd. But it’s nothing compared to the difficulty of fighting cancer. More...