Weekly Feature



September 19, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Field hockey team crushes opposition

It’s one thing to beat your opponent. It’s quite another to do so in a thorough and impressive fashion every time out. More...

Girls soccer squad blanks first four league opponents

As has been the case in the past with Clarence’s girls soccer team, the best offense has been a good defense to start ECIC I play this season. Need proof? More...

Boys volleyball sweeps pair of league foes

Clarence’s boys volleyball team was able to build off its successful appearance in the recent Eden Tournament by taking down both Orchard Park and Hamburg last week.  More...

Fourth-quarter surge propels Bennett football past Clarence

A couple of miscues during the latter stages of the fourth quarter proved to be too much for Clarence’s football team when it hosted Bennett/ Olmsted/Middle Early College/East Friday night. More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS CALENDAR

Wednesday, September 19Boys volleyball: at Lancaster, 6:30 p.m.Girls tennis: Orchard Park, 5 p.m. More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

Football: lost to Bennett 34-7Boys soccer: def. Frontier 5-0, def. Lancaster 2-0Girls soccer: def. Frontier 4-0, def. Lancaster 3-0Boys volleyball: def. Orchard Park 25-14, 25-21, 25-16; def. Hamburg 25-22, More...

Sports briefs

Megan Jermak of the Buffalo Area Aquatic Club in Amherst recently qualified for and competed in the 2018 USA Swimming Futures Championships in Richmond, Virginia.  The Clarence native, who is a sophomore on Nardin Academy’s swim team, drop More...

Victory remains par for the course for still unbeaten girls golf squad

Clarence’s girls golf team has yet to be defeated since forming in 2010, and if early performances this season are any indication, that first loss isn’t about to head the Lady Red Devils’ way anytime soon. More...

Boys soccer stymies Lancaster, Frontier

Clarence’s boys soccer team continued to frustrate its opponents last week, with Lancaster and Frontier the most recent foes to walk off the field scratching their heads after failing to figure out how to score on the now 6-0 Red Devils.  More...

Harriers battle humidity, course at West Seneca West Invitational

Clarence’s cross-country team gave a solid effort in the difficult 85 degree and humid conditions Saturday to turn in strong performances under the circumstances in the annual West Seneca West Invitational at Sunshine Park.  More...

Shutouts a way of life for girls tennis team

For five consecutive matches, Clarence’s girls tennis team has found itself involved in a shutout.  Fortunately for the Lady Red Devils, those outings – including Friday’s 5-0 triumph over West Seneca West – ended more of More...

Here’s how Buffalo will look awful this week

Bills predictions

Week two went better than week one on the scoreboard, but it’s hard to feel great about the game.  The Bills fell behind 28-3 to the Los Angeles Chargers in the first half, before playing a bit better in the final 30 minutes. More...

Publish scores in The Clarence Bee

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

WINNERS

  WINNERS — Clarence’s boys JV volleyball team recently won the Eden JV Tournament by topping Canisius in the title match by 25-15, 25-16 scores. More...


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