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November 30, 2005 RSS feed / Sports

Experience, inside presence to help South’s section title chances

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Sports Briefs

Skylar Beaver of Williamsville is one of five William Smith College field hockey players to be named to the 2005 Dartfish/National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-North Atlantic team. Beaver was a second team pick. More...

Sweet Home needs younger players to contribute

Girls Basketball

If the Sweet Home girls basketball team is to have any success this season, its youth will have to step up. More...

UB baseball to hold winter clinics

The University at Buffalo baseball team will host three clinics, one for children ages 7-12 and two for ages 13-17. More...

Sweet Home aims for more than ECIC I title

Boys Basketball

Sweet Home head coach Paul Schintzius is setting the bar very high for his team this season. More...

Clarence Swim Club competes at Bronze Junior Olympics

The Clarence Swim Club was a strong force at the Niagara District Bronze Junior Olympics held November 12 and 13 in Brockport, N.Y. More...

Stumpf’s boys gymnasts dominate Syracuse meet

The Level 4 and 5 boys teams from Stumpf More...

Buffalo Bisons girls 16U capture Fire and Ice tournament

The Buffalo Bisons Girls 16U team is off to a great start after compiling an overall record of 16-2-3. More...

Lady Knights pick up third league shutout

The Bantam Amherst Lady Knights headed to Ancaster Ont. and faced off against the Ancaster Avalanche to take their third league shutout of the year, 3-0. More...

Squirt Minor ‘AAA’ post victories

The Amherst Squirt Minor More...

McKenna, Cohen lift Mite Moose over Crunch

Connor McKenna and Matt Cohen scored two goals apiece to lead the Mite Moose to a 5-2 victory over the Crunch Sunday morning at the Amherst Pepsi Center. More...

Pee Wee Stingrays double up Wolves

The high-scoring Pee Wee Wolves hosted the stingy Stingrays in an exciting contest this past weekend with the Stingrays winning 4-2. More...

Pee Wee Minor ‘A’ Knights tame Thunder Cats, 5-4

The Amherst Pee Wee Minor More...

Determined Losman rallies, Bills fall short

Dismal not only describes the weather at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday, but it also describes the Bills More...

East girls hoops needs total team effort for success

Every player on the Williamsville East varsity girls basketball roster will get a chance to compete this season. More...

Hasan begins collegiate career Friday with Notre Dame

Alyissa Hasan has made the largest jump of her life More...

Fireman’s Bowling

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Challengers split sled hockey games at tournament

The Niagara Challengers went up to London for a two-game mini-tournament and came out with a 1-1 record. More...

Publish scores in The Bee

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Stars sweep series with rival

The Buffalo Stars hosted down state rival New York Applecore this past weekend at Holiday Twin Rinks, and the Major and Minor teams swept their respective weekend series. More...

JV Flames earn point in season opener

The Williamsville East junior varsity team opened the 2005-2006 hockey season with a thrilling 2-2 tie against Canisius High School this past Friday at Holiday Twin Rinks. More...

HIGH SCHOOL SP O RT S CALENDAR

Wednesday, Nov. 30 Girls Basketball: Sweet Home Tip-off Tourn. More...

Sports Brief

The Mite Stingrays scored four third period goals while keeping the Grizzlies scoreless over the last 12 minutes to remain undefeated (2-0) this season with a 9-5 win on Sunday. More...

Bantam Fighting Irish shoot down Air Force 7-0

The Bantam Notre Dame continued their strong start to the 2005 season with a powerful 7 -0 victory over Air Force. More...

Pee Wee Rafales scorch Dragons, 7-2

The Pee Wee Rafales picked up another win Sunday night, skating past a hard-hitting Dragons team for a 7-2 victory. More...

Mite Minor ‘AAA’ Knights joust with Stars

The Amherst Mite Minor More...

Squirt Ice Bats edge Dragons for third win of season

The Squirt Ice Bats skated past the Dragons 5-3 Sunday in front of a packed house at the Amherst Pepsi Center. More...

Mite Monsters hold off Dragons

Fans were treated to an exciting matchup Sunday between the Mite Monsters and Dragons. The Monsters held on to win 4-3. More...

Buffalo off to Miami for rival game

Bills predictions

The defense did its part, but the Buffalo Bills came up short in Sunday More...