Little Cagers Basketball Results/Edition of Jan. 2
Friday January 3, 2014 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
Hamburg Boys ages 13 – 15
(Week three highlights)
Tammy’s Tots 52, West Herr Automotive, 42
Patrick Hart led Tammy’s Tots to victory with a team-high 10 points. Jimmy Nolan drew several fouls, and Mike Damico was aggressive on defense. West Herr was led by Brett Hall’s game-high 20 points. Brad Dunz and Dylan Sands played solid defense for their squad in the loss.
Buffalo Niagara Realty 48, Strictly T’s 24
Buffalo Niagara Realty was lifted to victory by Tyler Hughey, who converted two 3-point shots. Jason Jaskolka scored 5 points and Walter Galet recorded a notable defensive steal and save. Strictly T’s was led by strong defensive play from Alex Alessi and Mike Bellanca and received several solid ffort plays from Nick Widman.
Hearing Health Center 60 Drs. Bitka & Travagliato 43
Hearing Health Center was led offensively by Jack Lacina and Damian Host, scoring 10 points each, while Tyler Gialiotto had a nice block and played tough defense, in the win. Drs. Bitka & Travagliato received anb offensive game from John Kwiatkowski, who scored 17 points, and defensive games from Ethan Kait and Daniel Cappollo.
Village of Hamburg Recreation 48, Century 21/Ganey, 25
Sam Fazzolari led the village of Hamburg to a win with a solid all-around game, including scoring 5 points. John Bollinger and Gage Hilton passed the ball well for their team. Century 21/Ganey received a 3-point shot from Louis Fiorello, and a converted bank shot from Max Schuman on offense, while the defense was led by play from Dan Ott.
Kanaley’s A.C. 42, Rooth’s 35
Kanaley’s A.C. received a steal and layup by Matt Christiano. Sean Wilde converted a free throw and Austin Michalski played hard around the basket, in the team’s win. Rooth’s was led by offensive play from Nick Brockman, who finished the game with 6 points. Anthony DeMarco and Josh Perkins played solid all-around games for their team.
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