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June 15, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Section champ Lancaster prominent on First Team

After another season of dominance on the field, Lancaster dominated voting for the All-Bee girls lacrosse team. More...

Six schools represented on first team lineup

The 2016 All-Bee boys lacrosse first team isn’t dominated by any program in particular. Players from six high schools are represented, and only Class A champion Orchard Park has more than one player on the team.  More...

Mazur, Presutti led programs to surprise success

Dave Mazur and Rick Presutti have quite a bit in common. They’re both in their third year at their current positions. They both inherited programs that didn’t have much of a history of success. More...

Veteran leaders split All-Bee Girls’ Coach of the Year

Julie Buccieri and Janet Battaglia have been around the metaphorical block.  Both have more than a decade of experience coaching girls lacrosse programs in Western New York, Buccieri at Lancaster and Battaglia at Amherst. More...

Shul earns All-Bee Boys’ Player of the Year honor

There’s not just one thing that makes Ron Shul stand out.  The Orchard Park senior takes face offs, scores in bunches and plays solid defense from the midfielder position. More...

Orlando finishes career as All-Bee Girls’ Player of the Year

Of all Anna Orlando’s accomplishments, one stands out among the rest: she has been a part of five Class A Title teams at Lancaster High School.  The 2016 All-Bee Player of the Year for girls lacrosse was able to learn from some of the best More...

All-Bee lax teams named; process explained

Given the success of last spring’s All-Bee Boys and Girls lacrosse teams, The Bee’s sports staff decided to once again honor some of the area’s best players with the fifth-annual installment.  More...