Weekly Feature



October 11, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Lancaster field hockey team goes 3-2 in busy stretch

The Lancaster field hockey team is sitting at 9-3-1 after a busy stretch of games. The Lady Legends are coming off a stretch where they played five games in 10 days, winning three and losing two. More...

St. Mary’s golf repeats as All-Catholic Champions

The St. Mary’s golf team won its second-consecutive Monsignor Martin Division B All-Catholic Championship Friday at Springville Country Club. The Lancers finished well ahead of the competition, placing 37 shots ahead of second-place Gow. More...

LONELY AT THE TOP

- Depew’s Dean Godios is shown here at the Wildcats race against JFK last Tuesday. Godios won the race while leading his team to a 22-35 victory. More...

Sports brief

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...

St. Mary’s blows out Dansville for first win

The St. Mary’s football team didn’t leave anything to chance. After a season of close losses and lost opportunity, the Lancers blew out Section V Dansville 41-12. “I’m very excited,” St. More...

VOLLEY TOTS

  - Nora White (left) and Elsa Schultz (right) participate in the Lancaster Volley Tots showcase during intermission at the girls varsity volleyball game against West Seneca West Tuesday. More...

SPIKE -

  Lancaster’s Marlaina Voelker hits the ball over West Seneca West’s Hayden Trapper and Caylee Reukauf in the Lady Legends 3-0 victory over West Seneca West last Tuesday. |align=left|width=250|height=178|link=node] More...

Flyer gridders lay down the Law

RB scores four TDs in win over East Aurora/Holland

Rashad Law had another standout performance for Maryvale’s football team Friday night, rushing for four of the Flyers’ first five touchdowns en route to propelling his team to a 49-7 conquest of East Aurora/Holland. More...

Lancaster football bounces back with win over Niagara Falls

The Lancaster football team bounced back with a strong defensive effort Friday, defeating Niagara Falls 43-12.  More...

Depew football gets first win of the season

Depew football broke through in a big way Thursday night, getting its first win of the season. The Wildcats defeated Springville 33-14, finally putting it all together after three close defeats and a pair of blowouts.  More...

SET IT UP

- Brianna Nosal of Depew/Cleveland Hill lobs a shot down the goal line in an attempt to set up a scoring chance while Izasia Scott of Cheektowaga tries to defend in the Lady Wildcats 2-0 win over the More...

St. Mary’s sitting at 5-3-1 ahead of busy stretch

St. Mary’s boys soccer is gearing up for its busiest stretch of the season. The Lancers have played nine games thus far and are 5-3-1 on the season. More...

Lancaster swim team finishes regular season with 8-1record

The end of the regular season might not have been ideal, but the Lancaster girls swim team has had a tremendous year. The Lady Legends lost to Orchard Park 140-45 in the final meet of the season to take second place in ECIC I. More...

Lancaster gymnastics gets two wins

The Lancaster High School gymnastics team had two successful meets last week, coming away with a pair of wins. First, the Lady Legends took on Hamburg and Maryvale, racking up 160.7 points to defeat both. More...

SCOREBOARD

DepewFootball: Defeated Springville 33-14Boys soccer: Tied with Pioneer 1-1; lost to Iroquois 3-0; lost to Cheektowaga2-1Girls soccer: Defeated Cheektowaga 2-0 More...

Bee staffers like Houston’s chances at home

Bills predictions

It wasn’t pretty, but the Bills pulled out a win over the Tennessee Titans in week five. The defense shined and was opportunistic in forcing turnovers while the running game led the offense to enough points to get the win. More...

CALENDAR

Thursday, October 11Boys soccer: St. Mary’s vs. Cardinal O’Hara 4:30 p.m.Girls soccer: Depew vs. Lake Shore 6:30 p.m.; Lancaster vs. Orchard Park5 p.m. More...

Maryvale boys soccer doubles up Lake Shore

Maryvale’s boys soccer team fought through adverse conditions Thursday to defeat Lake Shore, 2-1, and improve to 9-1 against ECIC III competition at the time. More...