Weekly Feature

September 14, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Return to basics produces shutout for East football

Jacob Maurino’s monster effort results in five total touchdowns

Jacob Maurino made the most of his 15 opportunities to touch the ball during West Seneca East’s game against Lake Shore Friday, scoring on a third of those touches while producing 67 percent of the Trojans’ total yards from scrimmage on o More...

Personal improvement high on list of West girls tennis team’s goals

Division I can be the most brutal for high school tennis due to the plethora of talented players who hone their skills year round with private lessons. More...

East cross-country teams trending smaller this year

West Seneca East’s boys and girls cross-country teams are a bit smaller this season than they’ve been in the past, but that isn’t stopping first-year head coach Colin O’Donnell from thinking that “we may surprise some pe More...

FLY AWAY WITH ME

West Seneca East’s Julia Yunke gets out to a quick start while competing in the 100 butterfly during the Lady Trojans’ 68-34 victory Friday over crosstown rival West Seneca West.   More...

KNEED A LITTLE HELP

Ryan Morris makes a save to help out West Seneca West’s goalie during the Indians’ 4-0 loss to Clarence on Friday.   More...

SCOREBOARD

West Seneca East  Football: def. Lake Shore 41-0  Boys soccer: lost to Amherst 3-0, lost to Sweet Home 3-1  Girls soccer: lost to Williamsville East 2-0, lost to Starpoint 1-0, def. Springville 2-1   More...

Sports brief

Daemen College head basketball coach Mike MacDonald and the MacDonald Basketball Academy will conduct the Daemen Basketball Sunday School this fall.  More...

West harriers find success in opening meets

West Seneca West’s cross-country teams kicked off 2017 in style, sweeping crosstown rival West Seneca East in a successful start to the dual meet portion of the season on Sept. More...

West gridders’ defense answers challenge

Twenty-point win over Macks pushes Indians to 2-0 on year

West Seneca West’s offense was able to do what it needed to do during Friday’s Class A South meeting with McKinley, but it was the Indians’ defense that ultimately played a decisive role in their 35-13 triumph over the Macks.  More...

West girls soccer tops Fredonia, Jamestown

West Seneca West’s girls soccer team picked up road wins over a pair of teams from the Southern Tier during its first five games of the season, making the return trips seem nowhere near as long as they could have.  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...

CONCENTRATION

West Seneca West’s Peter Borzillieri focuses on the ball while elevating for a spike attempt during the Indians’ 3-0 non-league loss at Grand Island on Sept. 6. More...

CALENDAR

Thursday, September 14  Boys soccer: East vs. City Honors, 5 p.m.; West vs. Orchard Park, 5 p.m.  Boys volleyball: East vs. Hamburg, 6 p.m.; West at Lancaster, 6 p.m.  Girls volleyball: East at Starpoint, 6 p.m.   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...

Publish scores in The Bee

Anyone wishing to have their team’s football, soccer or other 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...