Little Cagers Basketball Results (Edition of Jan. 30)
Thursday January 30, 2014 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
Eden Co-Ed grades 2-3
(Games played Jan. 18)
Meridia Credit Union13, Ballou Paving 10
Grace Pietro led Ballou Paving with 4 points, 8 rebounds and 2 steals. Michelle Barnack scored 2 points and had 5 rebounds. Alyssa Clohessy continues to play tough defense and also added 3 rebounds and 2 steals.
Kazoo Boutique 24, Campbell & Shelton LLP 8
Eden Boys grades 4-6
Tripifoods 22, Eden Collision 17
Eden Collision played another tough game, but fell short in the end. Wade Richardson, Jacob Demarco and Austin Lyman led the defensive play.
Mike Weber Greenhouses 22, Tripifoods 22
Eden Tim Horton’s 45, Firehouse Subs 26
Eden Co-ed grades 2-3
Tripifoods14, American Wire Tie 10
American Wire Tie had their closest match of the season, but just fell short. Maeve Musielak scored the first 2 points of her basketball career. She added 6 steals, 2 rebounds and 1 assist. Gunar Kuest scored 4 points, pulled down 4 rebounds, and grabbed 5 steals. Michael Preischel continued his notable play with 4 points, 8 rebounds and 2 steals.
Wentland Monuments 27, Timberbuilt 13
Hamburg Boys ages 9-10
(Games played Jan. 11-18)
Ilio Dipaolo’s 23, Dick’s Sporting Goods 11
In the season opener, Ilio’s was led by Devon Collins’ game-high 12 points. Also pitching in was Jack Berry with 7 points and 2 assists. For Dick’s, it was Jack Harper leading the way with 7 points and 3 rebounds. Flynn Harper played good defense in the loss.
Coldstone Creamery 25, Capelli’s Pizza 23
Coldstone won in stunning fashion as Benjamin Bill put home a tip back buzzer beater to defeat Capelli’s Pizza. Bill ended up with 8 points and 8 rebounds, to lead his team. Kai Severson scored 5 points and dishout out 5 assists. For Capelli’s, William Lindstrom scored 11 and handed out 4 assists. Ben Genzel added 2 steals and played solid all-around defense.
Stahlka Agency 30, Hamburg VFW Post 1419 10
Stahlka Agency had each member contribute to the victory. Eckman dropped 10 points while assisting with 5 others. Jack Coots had a standout second half, netting 8 points and grabbing 4 rebounds while displaying tremendous defense. For VFW, Jack Luba led all scorers with four points and dazzling defense. It was a well fought effort by both teams.
Century 21/ Ganey 26, BTM Gang 12
In the loss, BTM Gang’s towering center Brenden Reid finished with 8 points, including hitting both of his free throws. Century 21 played solid team defense and displayed tremendous focus. They were passing with efficiency and scoring the ball. Joshua Peron netted 8 points, scoring two in each quarter, to lead a well-balanced effort. Century 21 looks to build on the success as they take on Capelli’s next week.
Hoak’s Lakeshore 24, Power Drives, Inc. 14
In a close match, Hoak’s Lakeshore Restaurant displayed hustle and effort in the victory. Tyler Nagele dropped in 8 points, as he swiftly went coast to coast on two of his buckets. Andrew Armstrong had 6 points but really stood out on the defensive end for Hoak’s as he had 4 steals. Brandon Okie netted 8 points for Power Drives Inc. Michael Coene played great defensively as he stole three passes in a losing effort.
Power Drives Inc. 21, Ilio Dipaolo’s 10
Power Drives Inc. came out of the gates hot, scoring on their first four possessions. Nolan Heavern had a solid game offensively and added 3 assists. Ayden Link showed team work as he led the effort on the defensive end of the court. Muldowney played solid for Ilio’s as he scored 4 points and had 4 steals and his speed was on display this Saturday. Also playing well was Foley, who dropped two buckets totaling 4 points.
Hoak’s Lakeshore 32, Hamburg VFW Post 1419 18
Tyler Nagele continued his solid play, dropping 10 points and 4 assists in a winning effort for Hoak’s Lakeshore Restaurant. Tyler Radke showed great skill work on the defensive end for Hoak’s and led the way with hustle ,as well. VFW Post played a solid team game and shared the ball extremely well. Devin White scored 4 points and handed out 2 assists as his presence was felt around the whole court.
Capelli’s Pizza 14, Century 21/ Ganey 14
In the first tie of the season, Capelli’s and Century 21 went to overtime as both teams were valiant in their effort. Capelli’s leading scorer was Owen Impaglia, who netted 4 points. Ryan Gomolka and Jacob Bush split 4 points, as well. Christian Velasquez finished with 3 points for Century 21, while Maquez Tirado held down the defensive end of the court. Eric Willard chipped in with a big two-point basket to help propel the game to overtime for Century 21.
Coldstone Creamery 32, Stahlka Agency 22
Troy Bergman had a standout performance dropping 15 points in the winning effort. He played solid defensively along with Ben Bill. Kai Severson had another solid game, with 7 points and 4 assists. Stahlka was once again led by Jack Coots, who netted 8 points. Alex Bishop had 4 points, while managing to play hard on both ends of the floor.
Dick’s Sporting Goods 20, BTM Gang 10
Jack Harper led all scorers for Dick’s with 10 points, while Ethan Barrow chipped in with 4 points in the win. Noah Barrow and Wyatt Darling split 4 points. BTM Gang displayed solid team work as James Henry and Evan Herbst split 8 points. Matt Geary added 2 points while playing great defense.
Hamburg Boys ages 11-12
(Games played Jan. 11-18)
Liberty Solutions gained its first win of the season by playing an up-tempo game in the second half. Jacob Minniefield hit two key baskets down the stretch to ice the victory. Kyle Zak played a strong game for Russo Development. Liberty Solutions has scored 34 points in all three of its games.
Jimmie’s Pizza 39, Buffalo Rehab Group PT 36
Jimmie’s Pizza played short-handed with only six players, but still pulled out the win. Brett Hilton led all scorers on the day with 25 points and was helped by key defensive plays from Jake Jackson and Spencer Nyhart. Benjamin Renzoni and Benjamin Chase controlled the boards throughout the game. Sean Dlugosz had two steals in a losing effort.
Kitchen Creations 36, Dick’s Sporting Goods 16
Kitchen Creations came out strong at the start and cruised to victory. Matthew D’Orlando and Austin Calhoun led a balanced scoring attack for the victors. Joey Ingrando was the leading scorer for Dick’s.
Erie Metro FCU 39, Village of Hamburg Rec. 39
In the most exciting game of the day, Erie Metro and the Village Rec team played to an overtime tie. Nathaniel Hoellig recorded 15 points for Erie Metro, including two free throws in overtime. John Haberman also had a key basket in OT for Erie Metro. Lucas Theisen finished with 23 points while playing an unselfish game for Village Rec. Mitchell Cole scored in OT to keep the game tied. The Brooks brothers, Christopher and Jonathan, also scored for the Village Rec team.
Buffalo Rehab Group PT 34, Russo Development 24
Ryan Dispenza and Daniel Dlugosz of Buffalo Rehab Group played tenacious defense to lead their team to victory over Russo Development. Sam Miller contributed to the victory on the offensive end. James Steadt and Patrick Connolly had solid games for Russo Development.
Erie Metro FCU 38, Dick’s Sporting Goods 23
A strong second half by Chris Jones helped Erie Metro defeat Dick’s Sporting Goods. Michael Traina and Aidan O’Brien started the run that broke the game open for Erie Metro. Joey Ingrando finished with 11 points, running the offense for Dick’s.
Liberty Solutions 38, Kitchen Creations 24
A strong defensive performance by Avery Kuryak helped Liberty Solutions defeat Kitchen Creations. Liberty was aided by a key second-half basket from Derek Host. Alex Hiam had a strong game for Kitchen Creations with multiple steals, assists, rebounds and blocked shots.
Steve Baldo Dealerships 42, Village of Hamburg Rec. 24
Jakob Nye’s reverse layup started the game winning run for Steve Baldo’s. He also had an assist and a fast break layup to ice the victory. Mario Fiorella had the best celebration of the day, after scoring a basket in the second half. Nathan Neudeck and Will Snyder had strong games for the Village Rec team.
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