Little Cagers Basketball Results
Thursday February 21, 2013 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
Hamburg Little Cagers
(Boys 13-15 Division/Week 11)
West Herr Auto 53, Kanaley’s A.C. 24
West Herr’s victory was led on offense by Jimmy Nolan, who scored 10 points and on defense by Andrew Mumm and Trevor Govenettio, who both played spirited games. Sean Kaiser led Kanaley’s with eight points, while Ethan Heltz added seven points. Matt Christiano showed solid hustle for his team.
J.P. Fitzgerald’s 47, Buffalo Niagara Realty 28
Alex Alessi converted all his free throws in a win for JP’s, which was helped by great defense and rebounding from Matt Kelly and Zach Shaffer. Zach Setera had a solid offensive game for Buffalo Niagara with eight points, while Jason Jaskolka drew several fouls and Josh Riordan made all his free throws.
Rooth’s 40, BTM Gang 30
Josh Perkins finished with six points in a Rooth’s victory, which was led on defense by tough play from Nick Brockman and Dylan Woodling. Ben Miller made two three-pointers for BTM Gang, which was helped by strong play from Aidan Johnson and Gage Hilton.
(Girls 11-14 Division/Week 10)
Chiacchia-Fleming 27, JGB Enterprises 25 (OT)
Chiacchia-Fleming knotted the score with under 10 seconds to play and outlasted JGB in overtime to secure the win. Jane Chiacchia scored 15 points in the win. Maddie Hussey chipped in with six and McKenna Wright gave a strong defensive showing, pulling down five rebounds and adding three steals. Macayla Barry topped JGB with four buckets, while Kate Bojdak had six points and three rebounds. Emily Applegate came off the bench to finish with three points and three steals.
Dick’s Sporting Goods 31, West Herr Auto Group 14
Dick’s Sport’s took control of the game early and held off West Herr, which fought back and outscored D/S 10-9 over the next two quarters, but D/S finished the game strong. Mykalia Tirado’s game-high 17 points paced D/S while Dana Newton netted six and Emma Jauch had two buckets and three blocks. W/H was led by Jill Chlostra’s six points and Molly McLaughlin added two points, four rebounds and two blocks.
Pellicano’s Spaghetti Sauce Co. 39, GT Jr. Jackets 28
Pellicano’s used a stingy defense to jump out to a 21-8 halftime lead before surging to the win. PSSC got a strong game from Abigail Damico, who finished with a game-high 12 points. Hannah Kennedy added seven points and four assists, while Abigail Hillery chipped in with six points and five steals. Pellicano’s finished the regular season undefeated at 9-0. Amanda Zablonski finished with 10 points for the Jr. Jackets, while Sydney Wood netted six and Rebecca Dimitroff added two buckets and four rebounds.
Urban Valet 27, Now Pizzeria 26
In a game that saw several lead changes throughout the contest, Urban Valet dug in down the stretch to eke out the win. Leading the way for U/V were Macy Kuebler and Amy Canali who had six points. Canali added four steals and Isabella DeMeo knocked in five points in the win. Jamie Lacourse’s game-high 10 points paced N/P. Emily Kwiatkowski chipped in with seven points and Olivia Berne netted five.
Eden/N. Collins Little Cagers
(Grades 2-4 Division/Feb. 16)
Vanstrom Performance 13, Timberbuilt 10
Vanstrom Performance was able to pull out the closely-contested game, with both teams playing great defense. Brody Klawinski led the way for Timberbuilt with six points. Brandon Dranger was Vanstrom’s backbone in the second half scoring four points at the most crucial of times.
American Wire Tie 13, Mike Weber Greenhouses 8
Mike Weber Greenhouses did everything in its power defensively to contain the strong offense of American Wire Tie. In the end, the dynamic duo of Jacob Basinski and Brooke Woodard proved to be too strong as they have all season long.
Ballou Paving 19, Eden Sr. High Student Council 18
Emalee Ballou sank the game-winning shot at the buzzer to secure the win for Ballou Paving in the final game of an 8-3 season. The team put forth a well-rounded effort as usual. Charlie Agle led the team with eight points and eight rebounds. Quinn Harrington added eight rebounds and Drew Cassidy led with six steals. Eve Musielak made the one foul shot that helped lift her team to a win. She also added six rebounds.
(Grades 5-6 Division/Feb. 16)
Tim Horton’s 22, Kazoo Boutique 20
Maddie Woodard led Tim Horton’s to the win with eight points, four rebounds and two steals. Gavin Musielak put on a dribbling clinic while putting up six points, three assists, three rebounds and two steals. Matt Kobie, Marty Barnack and Stephen Jones each had four rebounds and two points.
Kazoo Boutique 29, Campbell & Shelton LLP 24
The Campbell & Shelton team battled hard but could not pull out the win. Robert Grunder broke out for 15 points, while Madison Cerne pulled down eight rebounds. Will Cerne and Tyler Stefan contributed strong defensive games.
Wentland Monuments 26, Eden Collision 21
An incredibly fast-paced game from both teams ended up with Wentland Monuments getting the final run of the game. Eden Collision’s strong second half got the team back in the game but it did not have enough and fell short in the end.
Director Note: Thank you to all the parents, coaches, participants and sponsors for a great season. Without all of you none of this is possible.
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