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September 14, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

First-half surge pushes Flyer gridders to win

Maryvale’s football team was able to find its footing in the first half of Friday’s contest with Pioneer, and that early success ultimately paved the way for the Flyers to take down coach Jeff Buccieri’s alma mater, 27-13. More...

Maryvale girls tennis sweeps Central in opener

Maryvale’s girls tennis team kicked off its 2017 season about as well as it could have hoped for, knocking off crosstown rival Cheektowaga on Sept. 6 and Lake Shore on Monday by identical 5-0 marks. More...

Young stars return to help guide Cleve Hill swimming

With just three seniors gone off a squad that went 5-5 last season, Cleveland Hill’s girls swimming team was already poised to fare well in 2017. More...

Sweet Home gridders edge Central, 40-35

Cheektowaga’s football team found itself in a slugfest with non-league foe Sweet Home Friday night, and though it looked like the Warriors were on track to prevail for a good chunk of the game, the Panthers ultimately found a way to leave Cheek More...

Central boys soccer earns pair of victories in overtime

Cheektowaga’s boys soccer improved to 2-1-1 in the ECIC III standings after recording its second overtime win in as many games when it defeated Lake Shore Monday, 2-1.  More...

MIGHT AS WELL BUMP

Cleveland Hill’s Zahraa Kamel sends the ball over the net on the third touch during the Lady Eagles’ 3-2 loss to crosstown rival JFK on Monday.   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...

SCOREBOARD

Cheektowaga  Football: lost to Sweet Home 40-35  Boys soccer: def. Springville 2-1 (OT), def. Lake Shore 2-1 (OT)  Girls soccer: lost to Iroquois 9-0, lost to East Aurora 9-0   More...

CALENDAR

Thursday, September 14  Boys soccer: Maryvale vs. East Aurora, 5 p.m.  Boys volleyball: Cheektowaga vs. Eden, 6 p.m.  Golf: Maryvale at Starpoint (at Shawnee Country Club), 4 p.m.   More...

STRETCH AND SPIKE

John F. Kennedy’s Emily Reneer gets full extension on her swing during a spike attempt in the girls volleyball team’s 3-2 win over crosstown rival Cleveland Hill Monday.   More...

Wahler’s big game lifts Eagle gridders to lopsided victory in league opener

Aaron Wahler nearly single handedly put away Wilson in Cleveland Hill’s league-opening football game Friday, scoring the first three touchdowns of the game — and the Eagles’ first four touchdowns total — to help left them to a More...

Cleve Hill harriers seeking improvement in 2017

Cleveland Hill’s boys and girls cross-country teams will have decidedly different appearances this fall where experienced athletes on their respective rosters are concerned.  More...

Bears use lessons from first game to even record at Akron’s expense

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Maryvale girls soccer ties Springville

Maryvale’s girls soccer team had a week it wouldn’t mind putting behind it quickly after salvaging a 3-3 tie with Springville in overtime Thursday to go along with a 9-1 loss to Pioneer on Saturday.   More...

First-year JFK cross-country coach facing low numbers on girls’ side

First-year John F. Kennedy cross-country coach Mike Johnson continues to recruit for the currently under way 2017 campaign after having just two full-time female runners come out for the squad. More...

Depew football falls to Albion after difficult fourth quarter

Through two weeks, Depew has put together a solid two halves of football. More...

Fall touch football league clinic scheduled

The North Tonawanda Department of Youth, Recreation and Parks will hold an introductory clinic for its fall touch football league for fourth- to sixth-grade boys and girls at noon Saturday, Sept. More...

Consensus has McDermott falling in return to Carolina

Bills predictions

Week one was a success for both the Buffalo Bills and the Bee’s weekly prognosticators. All five participants picked the Bills to beat the Jets, which they did by a score of 21-12.  This week will be much more difficult on both fronts. More...