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September 19, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Young leads Kenmore East football to 38-21 victory over North Tonawanda

Neither Kenmore East nor North Tonawanda were having much success stopping each other on the ground Friday night. It was clear that whoever had more possessions or whoever had the ball last was going to win. More...

Finley nets hat trick in NT girls soccer’s shutout on new turf field

Isabella Finley helped christen North Tonawanda’s new turf field with a monster game.  The junior forward scored twice in the first half, added another goal in the second half, and posted one assist for a four-point night in the Lady Lumbe More...

MSM volleyball moves to 4-1

The Mount St. Mary volleyball team won a pair of matches this past week to move to 4-1 on the season.  Monday, the Thunder defeated Tapestry. More...

Tonawanda football gets first win since 2016

For the first time in nearly two years, the Tonawanda football team won a game. More...

MSM golf has 2-0 week

The Mount St. Mary golf team won a pair of league matches over the past week to continue a solid start to the season.  Tuesday, the Thunder defeated Mount Mercy at Sheridan Golf Course by a score of 299-342. More...

O’Hara football moves to 2-1 with blowout win over Tioga

The Cardinal O’Hara football team moved to 2-1 on the season with an impressive 32-14 victory over Section IV Tioga Saturday.  Jermaine Haynes started things off for the Hawks as he took a pass from CJ Masters 59 yards for a touchdown in t More...

SPREAD YOUR WINGS

- Kenmore East sophomore Payton Taylor takes first place in the 100-meter butterfly with a time of 1:12.57 against Maryvale on Tuesday. The Lady Bulldogs won the meet, 92-75. More...

CALENDAR

Wednesday, September 19 Girls soccer: Mount St. Mary at Sacred Heart 5 p.m.; North Tonawanda vs. Lockport 4:45 p.m.; Cardinal O’Hara vs. Christian Central 4:30 p.m. Girls volleyball: Cardinal O’Hara vs. Sacred Heart 6 p.m. More...

REACH

- Kristen Toth keeps the ball in play during Tonawanda’s loss to JFK in four sets Thursday. More...

Publish scores in The Bee

Anyone wishing to have their teams’ football, baseball, softball, soccer or other 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...

Sports briefs

Daemen Basketball Coach Mike MacDonald will host the Little Dribblers Basketball School at St. Benedict in Amherst on Saturday mornings from Sept. 22 to Nov. 10. The school runs from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. More...

Mount St. Mary soccer building toward future

The Mount St. Mary soccer team has started the season 2-3-2, which is not a bad opening considering the Thunder is a young team under a new coach. They’re happy with how they played so far, but they are keeping an eye on the future.  More...

Kenmore West football gets first win in romp over Jamestown

Kenmore West showed vast improvement to get into the win column Saturday with a 29-16 victory over Jamestown. After blowout losses to Clarence and West Seneca West, the comfortable win was a welcome change for the Blue Devils. More...

Kenmore West soccer matches 2017 win total

It’s been as good of a start as could have been expected for the Kenmore West girls’ soccer team. The Lady Blue Devils are 4-3, already matching last season’s win totals plus playoffs. More...

Tonawanda boys soccer improves to 7-1

Tonawanda’s boys soccer team still has eight games left in the regular season, but it is already closing in on last year’s win total.  The Warriors improved to 7-1 overall and 5-0 in ECIC Division IV after posting 1-0 shutouts over H More...

NT boys volleyball rebounds from season-opening setback

’Jacks win twice following second-place tourney finish

North Tonawanda’s boys volleyball team was quick to put a tough 10-25, 17-25, 21-25 loss to Lockport behind it, bouncing back to claim victory over Niagara Frontier League foes Kenmore West and Niagara Falls to move to 2-1 on the year.  More...

St. Joe’s football falls to 1-2 with loss to McQuaid

St. Joe’s football lost a hard-fought game against McQuaid Saturday, 47-37. The Marauders had some success running the ball, but the Knights were just able to do a little more on offense.  More...

Kessler the wrestler enters Kenmore East HOF

Mark Kessler, a 1990 graduate of Kenmore East, was one of the program’s finest wrestlers. He earned varsity letters in five seasons and over that time span left with a record of 127-19-2, the best mark in school history.   More...

SCOREBOARD

Kenmore East Boys soccer: Defeated Niagara Falls 2-0; lost to Lockport 2-1 Girls soccer: Lost to Lockport 1-0 Boys volleyball: Lost to Grand Island 3-0; defeated Niagara Falls 3-1 More...

Huntington earns spot in Kenmore East Hall of Fame

Patrick Huntington, a 1997 Kenmore East graduate, is recognized as one of the best baseball players to ever don the navy and gold. Longtime coach and Hall of Famer Marv Matteson considers him the best he ever coached or even saw play.  More...

Ken East cross-country prepares for season

The Kenmore East cross-country teams are all set to begin the league portion of their schedule next Tuesday with a meet against North Tonawanda at Bond Lake.  More...

Kenmore East Announces Hall of Fame Class of 2018

The Athletic Hall of Fame Selection Committee from Kenmore East High School has announced the Hall of Fame Class of 2018. The incoming class of Hall of Famers will be inducted Friday, Oct. 12, at Banchetti by Rizzo’s in Amherst.  More...