Little Cagers Basketball Results Edition of Dec. 12
Thursday December 12, 2013 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
Hamburg Boys Ages 13-15
(Week One Highlights)
Strictly T’s 53, Rooth’s 32
Strictly T’s got off to a fast start led by Ryan Goetz with 10 first half points. Jake Genzel passed the ball well, while netting 6 points, and Chris Bellanca gave a great all-around effort. Rooth’s was led by Kevin Mahoney with 13 points, and defensively by Jake Walters and Andrew Szczublewski.
Hearing Health Center 63, West Herr Automotive 33
Jack Lewis led Hearing Health Center, with 13 points. Nick Impaglia and Andrew Ellis also had double-digit point totals in the win. A young but determined West Herr squad was led by Tom Notto with 9 points, and Zach Setera with 7. Nate Suarez played strong defense for West Herr.
Drs. Bitka & Travagliato 35, Buffalo Niagara Realty 19
Drs. Bitka & Travagliato were led by Pat McGowan and Noah Lemoine, both of whom finished with double-digit point totals. Justin Kaiser made a great hustle play in the second half. Buffalo Niagara Realty was led by newcomer Will McKeever with 7 points, and Tyler Hughey made a 3-point shot. Steven Ball played well defensively.
Kanaley’s A.C., 55, Century 21/Ganey 41
Kanaley’s was led by Evan Robillard knocking down three 3-point shots. Lucas Winslow also had a buzzer-beating three and Elliott Robinson finished with 5 points. Owen Weischner had a strong debut for Century 21/Ganey, scoring 15 points. Kyle Ebert finished with 14 points and Dante Stachowski played solid defense.
Village of Hamburg Recreation 36, Tammy’s Tots 30
Aidan Johnson and Anthony Bollinger each scored eight points in the win for the Village of Hamburg. Tyler Bollinger saved a loose ball in his first game. Tammy’s Tots got 8 points from Ian Hayes. Alex Boglev made a second-half 3-point shot to keep the game close and James Shields had a strong all-around effort in his first game.
Hamburg Girls Ages 11-14
(Week One Highlights)
Chiacchia-Fleming 45, JGB 16
CF used some offensive firepower in the second quarter and beyond to seal the victory. Jane Chiacchia led all scorers with 16 points and Ashley Kaczmarski netted 9 of her 11 points after halftime. Maggie Zitnik came off the bench to knock down 6. Abby Marean led JGB with 6 points and 4 rebounds while Anna Johnston and Lauren Wenzel split 6 points.
Village of Hamburg Rec. 29, UAW 897/Ford 20
VHR came out on top of a seesaw battle with UAW 897. Hamburg Rec. rode the hot hand of Madison Engler, who scored 6 of her 8 points in the second half. Alyssa Lorka also had 8 points while Emma Jauch added 5. Gabrielle Henneberg took game-high honors with 9 points for UAW as Abigail Damico netted 4 and Dana D’Orlando added 3.
Alliance Advisory Group 31, Dick’s Sporting Goods 21
AAG used an 18-2 fourth quarter run to pull out the win. Leading the charge for AAG was Marianna Alleca with 9 points while Olivia Berne hit two key shots during the fourth to finish with 7. Tara Geary, Grace Zuchlewski and Alyssa Reardon added 4 points apiece in the win. Brooke Lasko had 8 points for DS and Ami Canali chipped in 6. Jordan Doyle grabbed 4 rebounds.
The Now Pizzeria 48, GT Junior Jackets 40
IThe Now was able to hold off a pesky Jr. Jackets squad. Lauren Kennedy led all scorers with 18 points in the win. Emily Applegate had three buckets while Erin Henry, Abby Hillery, Sydney Wood, Kelly Wilson and Grace Widman each notched 4 points. Leah Cabarga (14 points) and Anjali Silverheels (12 points) carried the load for the JJ as Hannah Trolley chipped in 6.
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