Little Cagers Basketball Results (Edition of Feb. 27)
Thursday February 27, 2014 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
Hamburg Boys ages 13-15
(Week 9 Highlights)
Tammy’s Tots 45, Drs. Bitka & Travagliato 28
Alex Boglev gave an active effort for Tammy’s Tots, finishing with 13 points, while James Shields and Peter Brooks led the way defensively for their squad in the win. Drs. Bitka & Travagliato were led by Zach Garland with 14 points. Kyle Shuttleworth made a nice loose ball save, and Ethan Kait passed the ball well.
Hearing Health Center 57, Rooth’s 38
After Rooth’s opened the second half on a 17-0 run thanks to the dominant play of Kevin Mahoney, Hearing Health Center pulled away with a run of its own, which was led by Jack Lewis, who finished with 17 points. Jack Lacina finished the game with 11 second half points of his own, and William Brose made a nice layup for his team in the win. Brennan Kilcoyne and Anthony Demarco gave solid all-around performances for Rooth’s in the loss.
Buffalo Niagara Realty 48, Century 21/Ganey, 43
Jason Jaskolka led the way for Buffalo Niagara Realty with 13 points as the team won a tight game. Stephen Ball and Tom McCartney were solid on defense in the win. Century 21/Ganey got a 13-point game from Kyle Ebert, and a 3-point burst from Dante Stachowski. Jacob Phillips rebounded the ball well for his team in the loss.
Village of Hamburg Recreation 45, West Herr Automotive 28
The Village of Hamburg Recreation Department got a 7-point effort from Ben Miller, and strong first half play from Aidan Johnson, who finished with 5 points. Sam Fazzolari had a nice steal for his team in the win. Matt Clifford led the way for West Herr Automotive with 11 points. Brad Dunz and Dylan Sands were lauded for their hustle and defensive efforts.
Kanaley’s A.C. 57, Strictly T’s 20
Evan Robillard finished with 11 points in a strong offensive showing by Kanaley’s A.C. Zach Geary passed the ball well and Elliott Robinson was tenacious up and down the floor throughout the game in the win. An undermanned but determined Strictly T’s team was led by Jake Storey, with 5 second half points. Nick Widman converted a free throw, and Zach Shaffer had a nice late game bucket.
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