Little Cagers Basketball Results: Edition of Dec. 26
Friday December 27, 2013 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
Hamburg Boys Ages 11-12
(Week one highlights)
Russo Development 29, Dick’s Sporting Goods 21
Nate Severson led a balanced Russo offense with 9 points. Max Haney was the leading scorer for Dick’s. Also of note, Jeremy Klawon jogged to the game after the slippery roads got the best of his ride to the game.
Buffalo Rehab Group PT 25, Steve Baldo Dealerships 24
In a game that came right down to the wire, Buffalo Rehab started pulled out a win with help from Jack Bickerstaff’s 9 points and a defensive effort from Benjamin Renzoni. Tyler Jenkins was the leading scorer for Baldo.
Kitchen Creations 27, Village of Hamburg Rec. 22
The first half helped Kitchen Creations defeat the village recreation team. Alex Hiam and Maguire Zglinicki each had 8 points, in the win. Lucas Theisen led all scorers with 18 points, for the village recreation team.
Jimmie’s Pizza 38, Liberty Solutions 34
Jimmie’s Pizza withstood a second half effort from Liberty Solutions, behind Brett Hilton’s scoring 13 of his 17 points in the second half, to help seal the win. Andrew Lauria recorded 14 points for Liberty Solutions.
Hamburg Girls Ages 11 – 14
(Week two highlights)
Chiacchia-Fleming 59, GT Junior Jackets 38
Offense was on display, during a high-scoring affair that saw C-F outpace the Jr. Jackets. Mackenzie Muldowney led all scorers with 16 points, while Katie Pokornowski netted 12 and Jane Chiacchia added 11. Maeve Robillard dished out five assists, to go along with two buckets. The Junior Jackets were led by Hannah Sega’s 13 points and Leah Cabarga’s 7. Julianna Miller had a strong game, with six rebounds and two blocks, to go along with her 3 points.
The Now Pizzeria 36, JGB Enterprises 27
The Now was able to hold off a fourth quarter rally, to pull out the win. NP got off to a fast start behind the hand of Lauren Kennedy, who led the way with 15 points. Grace Widman, with 7 points and five rebounds, and Sydney Wood (6 points) played key roles, while Brooke Baker had three assists and 2 points. JGB’s Abby Marean knocked down 11 points. Claire Kruszka added 6 points and three assists and Christina Pierino netted 4 points and grabbed three rebounds.
Alliance Advisory Group 32, UAW 897/Ford 25
AAG used a balanced attack, to come away with a victory. Marianna Alleca and Tara Geary split 16 points, while Mackenzie Brown chipped in with 6 points. Natalie Snow added 2 points, to go along with her three steals and 2 rebounds, for the victors. Lauren Tone’s performance kept UAW in contention. She dropped down 15 points. Katie Dufresne notched 4 points and three assists and Madison LaPort added 2 points, four blocks and three steals.
Village of Hamburg Rec 20, Dick’s Sporting Goods 16
The defensive battle of the day went to the Village of Hamburg Rec. Leading the way for the victors was Emma Jauch, with 8 points, while Isabella DeMeo had 5 and Alyssa Lorka chipped in with 4. Madison Engler gave a solid defensive performance, with four rebounds and three steals. DSP got balanced scoring from Brooke Lasko, Brianna Gray and Riley McGloin, each with 4 points. Gray also had five rebounds and three blocks and Jordan Doyle recorded four steals.
Hamburg Boys 13 – 15 Division
(Week two highlights)
Tammy’s Tots 55, Century 21/Ganey 23
Jeremy Tirado led Tammy’s Tots in its win with 8 points and Peter Brooks hustled, on both ends of the floor. Gary Zimmer aided his team with 4 second-half points. Century 21/Ganey was led by play in the paint from Josh Habermehl, who finished with 4 points. Tommy Kirchmeyer and Jack Barrett gave defensive efforts, in the loss.
Drs. Bitka & Travagliato 34, Kanaley’s A.C. 30
Zach Garland and John Kwiatkowski led the way in scoring in Drs. Bitka & Travagliato’s win, with 10 points each. Kyle Shuttleworth made his presence felt on both ends of the court, with a solid all-around effort. Kanaley’s was led in scoring by Chris Pohlman, who finished with 12 points. Will Anderson finished with 6, while Zach Geary played hard offensively and drew two fouls.
Village of Hamburg Recreation 39, Rooth’s 27
Kevin Hoen led the village of Hamburg in its win, with 9 of his 13 points coming from beyond the arc. Jon Seier also had a strong shooting game, finishing with 12 points. Robert Gruber made a notable steal for his team in the win. Rooth’s was led by Devin Doyle, who converted all his free throws. Jack Rettig and Brennan Kilcoyne played solid team defense.
Hearing Health Center 43, Strictly T’s 28
Hearing Health Center received 8 points from Mike Gibbens, and two 3-point shots from Tyler Gialiotto in its win. Noah Weiss had several assists and showed good sportsmanship. Strictly T’s was led by the inside effort of Max Linton, who drew several fouls. Mike Bellanca had a solid game passing the ball, and Jason LeMere’s hustle led to several big plays for his team.
West Herr Automotive 48, Buffalo Niagara Realty 43
West Herr’s victory was led by the inspired efforts of Nick Ludlow and Nate Suarez, who each made several key plays in a close game. Gabe McGovern knocked down key baskets in both halves for his team in the victory. Buffalo Niagara received a solid game from Will McKeever, who scored a league-high 23 points. Thomas McCartney played hard on defense, and David Lauria scored 7 points.
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