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March 22, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

First teamers boast elite-level talent

All-Bee Boys Hockey

The 2016-17 All-Bee Boys Hockey Team is not short on elite talent.  This year’s squad includes a pair of forwards who led their divisions in scoring, a forward and a defenseman who won a state championship, a defenseman who had a plus/minu More...

Marauder defenseman Lalley tabbed Player of the Year

Rich Crozier has coached some elite hockey players in his nine years at St. Joe’s, and senior defenseman Jack Lalley ranks right at the top of the list.  More...

Mustangs hockey sends 18U, 14U squads to state finals

For the first time in organization history, the Clarence Mustangs hockey program was recently able to push a pair of its clubs to the state championships — and one, the 18U squad, was able to return to Western New York with some hardware.  More...

Sports briefs

Clarence’s 12U Inferno Black boys soccer team recently shut out the Amherst Thunder, 11-0, in EPIC League play. More...

Kenmore West’s Roszak voted Coach of the Year

When Rob Roszak saw the other nominees for 2016-17 All-Bee Boys Hockey Coach of the Year, he thought there was no way he was going to win.  But Roszak, in his second year as Kenmore West head coach, should give himself a little more credit, as h More...

All-Bee Boys Hockey selection process explained

Being selected for an All-Bee Team is an honor that the recipients are proud to receive, not just because it looks good, but also because opposing coaches see how valuable a player each recipient is to his or her team — which is why The Bee has More...

INDOOR AWARDS

INDOOR AWARDS — Clarence’s indoor track team recently closed the book on its 2016-17 season by holding its annual team awards banquet. More...


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