Little Cagers Basketball Results (Edition of Feb. 13)
Thursday February 13, 2014 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
Hamburg Girls ages 11-14
(Games played Feb. 1)
Now Pizzeria 40, JGB Enterprises 23
The tandem of Lauren Kennedy, who recorded 14 points and grabbed 6 rebounds, and Abby Hillery, who netted 13 points to go along with 5 assists, led Now Pizzeria to its win over JGB. Grace Widman’s tenacious play on the defense end of the floor contributed to the victory. Abby Marean knocked down 7 points, while Morgan Propp and Lauren Wenzel split 12 points for JGB.
UAW 897 Ford 35, Alliance Advisory Group 31
Abigail Damico dropped 16 points and snagged 10 rebounds to help lead UAW Ford to a win over AAG. In a supporting role, Kate Dufresne netted 7 points and Grace Henneberg played hard on both ends of the court. Alliance Advisory kept the game close behind the strong play of Marianna Alleca, who led her team with 12 points, while Grace Zuchlewski dropped 6 points and Tara Geary netted 4.
Dick’s Sporting Goods 16, Village of Hamburg Rec. 15
Lizzy Rybarczyk’s clutch 15 foot jumper with a minute to play proved to be the game winner as Dick’s up-ended Village of Hamburg. The game was a defensive battle but Brooke Lasko was able to break through to score 6 points and Brianna Gray added 4 points and 5 blocks for DSG. Hamburg Rec got balanced scoring from Alyssa Lorka, Emma Jauch and Brianna Engler, as they each finished with 4 points.
GT Junior Jackets 35, Chiacchia & Fleming 28
The Jr. Jackets 12 – 4 run in the fourth quarter helped propel them to a win over Chiacchia & Fleming. Hannah Sega was nearly unstoppable as she netted 22 points to lead the way for the Junior Jackets. Olivia Bunn chipped in with 8 points. Margaret Neureuter had a strong defensive performance for the victors. Chiacchia & Fleming was led by the efforts of Mackenzie Muldowney, who added 10, and Katie Porkonowski who dropped 6. Megan Weisevel had a bucket while playing solid defense.
Hamburg Boys ages 13-15
(Week 7 Highlights)
Rooth’s, 36 , Century 21/Ganey, 25
A 13-point offensive performance by Kevin Mahoney led the way in Rooth’s win. Rooth’s also was aided by the free-throw shooting of Jack Rettig and Mark Sheehan. Century 21/Ganey got a strong second half performance from Louis Fiorello, who finished with 8 points, and solid up and down effort from Desmond Carroll and Tommy Kirchmeyer.
Village of Hamburg Recreation 51, Drs. Bitka & Travagliato 26
A victorious Village of Hamburg squad was led offensively by Jon Seier and Tyler Bollinger, each of whom finished with 6 points. Robert Gruber hustled hard and contributed a second-half bucket. Drs. Bitka & Travagliato got a 13-point effort from Zach Garland and rebounds from Diego Velasquez and Daniel Cappollo.
Hearing Health Center 33, Tammy’s Tots 26
A team defensive effort led by Andrew Ellis and Jake Weiss helped Hearing Health Center to victory. Nick Impaglia notched a solid offensive game, finishing with 7 points. Tammy’s Tots fought back in the second half with offensive contributions from Jimmy Nolan, who finished with 10 points, and rebounding efforts from Gary Zimmer and Mike Damico.
West Herr Automotive 44, Strictly T’s 41
West Herr held on to win late behind the efforts of Nicholas Ludlow and Nate Suarez, while Zach Setera converted both his free-throw attempts. Strictly T’s was led by a strong offensive performance from Brady Gay, who finished with 9 points, and the hustle of Zach Schaffer and Max Linton.
Buffalo Niagara Realty 35, Kanaley’s A.C. 34
An exciting game that came down to the final shot went the way of Buffalo Niagara Realty, who got 17 points from Will McKeever. Tyler Hughey and Josh Riordan each scored 5 points for their teams in the victory. Kanaley’s was led by Lucas Winslow ,with 8 points , while getting aggressive defense from Chris Pohlman and Stefan Marjanovic.
Eden Girls grades 4-6
Kazoo Boutique 15, Ballou Paving 8
Campbell & Shelton LLP 8, Meredia Credit Union 4
Eden Co-ed grades 2-3
Timberbuilt 28, American Wire Tie 12
Tripifoods 14, Wentland Monuments 10
Eden Boys grades 4-6
Mike Weber Greenhouses 27, Eden Collision 18
Eden Collision 22, Eden Tim Horton’s 21
Firehouse Subs 33, Tripifoods 23
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