Hamburg Little Cagers Basketball Results
Thursday March 14, 2013 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
(Boys 13-15 Division/Playoffs)
Dick’s Sporting Goods 43, J.P. Fitzgerald’s 31
In semifinal action, Dick’s Sporting Goods withstood a late game charge to hold off J.P. Fitzgerald’s. Dick’s was led by Henry Zimmer’s eight first half points and Jack Lacina’s 13 points. Matt Kellner helped get J.P.’s back in the game with 11 of his 14 points coming in the second half.
West Herr Auto 46, Ilio DiPaolo’s 11
In the other semifinal game, West Herr jumped out to an early lead and never looked back with Derek Dorr and Jimmy Nolan scoring 10 points each in the victory. For Ilio’s, Ethan Wells distributed the ball well, while Nick English’s four points led the team in scoring.
(Girls 11-14 Division/Playoffs)
JGB 25, Urban Valet 16
JGB set the pace of the game early with clutch shooting and strong defense as they jumped out to a 14-7 halftime lead. Leading the way offensively was Hannah Trolley as she finished with a game-high eight points, including hitting 6 of 7 from the free throw line. Pitching in for JGB were Macayla Barry and Marianna Alleca who finished with seven points each. Urban Valet got a strong game from Amy Canale as she knocked in six points to go along with her three assists and two steals. U/V’s Isabella Ventresca added three points and four rebounds.
Pellicano’s Sauce Co. 37, The Now Pizzeria 19
A 12-2 run in the second quarter helped propel Pellican’s Spaghetti Sauce Company to a win. Julianna Pellicano had 11 points and six rebounds while Hannah Kennedy and Abigail Damico chipped in with six points each for the victors. PSSC’s Abigail Hillery scored four points off the bench and added five steals. Now Pizzeria, playing with a shortened bench, battled hard, led by Erin Henry who netted eight points. Hannah Sega chipped in with five points and three assists and Olivia Berne added four points. The championship game will be played on Tuesday, March 19 at 7:15 p.m. at Armor Elementary.
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