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April 26, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Baseball off to solid start under Senn

The Orchard Park baseball team is off to a promising start under new coach Chuck Senn. The team started the season under longtime coach Jim Gibson, but he stepped down last week due to personal reasons.  More...

Boys track team has solid outing at Maroon Classic

Orchard Park boys track team had a strong start to the season Saturday at the Maroon Classic, finishing second behind Cheektowaga. On Friday, the freshmen and sophomores went to the 9/10 meet at Iroquois and several of them posted solid times.  More...

Gymsters compete in Level 6 State Championships

The Orchard Park Gymsters competed well and came away with 22 medals in the Level 6 New York Gymnastics State Championships, held April 21-22 on Long Island.  Joscelyn Wabick came in third in the All-Around and third on vault, fifth on bars, sev More...

Hilbert College to host summer basketball camps

The Hilbert College boys and girls basketball teams will be holding summer camps.  The boys week of camp will be held June 24-28 and July 8-12. The girls camp runs July 15-19 and July 29-Aug. 2.  More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

Baseball: Defeated Frontier 10-2; defeated Depew 21-2; lost to Clarence 2-0; lost to Williamsville North 8-7 (8) Softball: Defeated Frontier 4-1; lost to Horseheads 8-2; defeated Eden 8-4; defeated Williamsville North 6-1 More...

Amateur Sports Development Fund accepting applications

The Board of Directors of the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fameisacceptingapplications for funding from its Amateur Sports Development Fund.  The deadline to submit an application for funding is May 4. More...

Senior Men’s Softball League aiming to open season in May

An independent senior softball league will begin play in on Saturday mornings in May at Cheektowaga Town Park.  The Western New York Senior Wood Bat Softball League is comprised of men over 50 years of age playing slow-pitch softball with wood b More...

A HEALTHY CUT

A HEALTHY CUT - Jaden Swiatek connects with a pitch during the Gerry Gentner Memorial “Just Show Up” Softball Tournament at Williamsville East Saturday. More...

Dana named head varsity football coach

One of the most successful football programs in Western New York is under new leadership. Longtime assistant Craig Dana will take over the head varsity spot, after legendary coach Gene Tundo stepped down from the position in early March.  More...

Girls lacrosse team impresses with 5-0 start

It’s been quite a start to the season for the Orchard Park girls lacrosse team. The Lady Quakers are now 5-0, with some impressive wins over league foes.  More...

Orchard Park seeking athletic hall of fame nominations

The Orchard Park Central School District Athletics Department is seeking nominations for the 2018 Hall of Fame class.  “This is a tradition we are very excited about, and we are looking forward to continuing the Hall of Fame for many years More...

Daemen soccer teams to conduct spring prospect camps

The Daemen College women’s and men’s soccer programs will both conduct college prospect camps on Sunday, April 29.  The women’s camp will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS CALENDAR

Thursday, April 26 Boys tennis: Vs. Starpoint 6:30 p.m.   More...

Sports briefs

Premier Baseball Travel League is a newly formed league for 11U youth baseball that will feature squads from across Western New York using the new USA bat standards.  More...

Daemen College to offer speed, agility clinic

Daemen College strength and conditioning coordinator Kyle Clifford will conduct the Wildcats Speed and Agility Clinic from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday afternoons beginning April 30 and ending June 6.   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...