Little Cagers Basketball Results (Edition of Feb. 6)
Thursday February 6, 2014 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
Hamburg Girls ages 11-14
(Games played Jan. 25)
Chiacchia-Fleming 43, Dick’s Sporting Goods 22
Chiacchia-Fleming came out of the gates flying to take a 17 point halftime lead and never looked back. Lauren Chiacchia led all scorers with 14 points, in the win. Jane Chiacchia knocked down four buckets, while Taylor Strawbrich finished with 5 points and 4 rebounds. Dick’s got contributions from Ami Canali and Claire Bojdak, each with 6 points, and Kayleigh Govenettio chipped in 5 points.
Village of Hamburg Rec. 39, JGB Enterprises 36
Village of Hamburg Rec. held off a late rally by JGB. V/HR stretched its lead to nine entering the final stanza, but JGB closed the gap to three, before falling short. Macy Kuebler led the way with 15 points for the victors and Alyssa Lorka added 10. Madison Engler chipped in with 5 points and came down with 4 rebounds. JGB’s Claire Kruszka netted 7 points and Morgan Propp, Abby Marean and Anna Johnston knocked down 6 points apiece.
GT Junior Jackets 38, Alliance Advisory Group 36
Hanna Sega’s jumper in the final seconds won the game for the GT Junior Jackets. Trailing by nine entering the final quarter, AAG went on a 13-0 run to grab the lead with under 3 minutes to play, but the GTJJ tied the game in the final minute, before Sega recorded 2 of her 12 points. Julianna Miller added 8 points and 5 rebounds and Hannah Trolley netted 6. Tara Geary led the comeback for AAG, scoring 9 of her game high 15 points in the fourth quarter. Grace Zuchlewski and Marianna Alleca split 12 points and Maddy Geneti netted 4 points and grabbed 5 rebounds.
UAW 897 Ford 26, The Now Pizzeria 25
In a nailbiter, Abigail Damicohit hit what proved to be the game-winning shot with less than 30 seconds left as UAW 897 Ford held on for the win. Damico, Dana D’Orlando and Lauren Tone led a balanced attack, with 6 points each. Madison LaPort and Adrianna LaFord chipped in with two buckets apiece for the victors. Lauren Kennedy led The Now Pizzeria with 9 points and 6 rebounds while Brooke Baker had 6 points and Grace Widman and Abby Hillery split 4 buckets.
Hamburg Boys ages 11-12
(Games played Jan. 25)
Russo Development 34, Jimmie’s Pizza 23
Russo Development scored its second victory of the season, thanks to a huge effort from its bench. Liam Stanton, Lucas Zak and Daylon Krenick gave strong all-around efforts. Dominic Russo notched 8 second half points to put the game away. Jimmie’s got big performances from William McGowan and Zachary Nyhart.
Kitchen Creations 39, Buffalo Rehab Group PT 26
Playing an up-tempo game, Kitchen Creations had nine players score, led by 14 points from Trent Clark. On defense, Thomas Blackwell had two steals, Joshua Quinn had a timely blocked shot and Kyle Karoleski controlled the boards. Buffalo Rehab’s Andrew Genzel and Ethan Gray gave solid efforts in the lose.
Erie Metro FCU 43, Steve Baldo Dealerships 32
Benjamin Suarez, Chris Jones, and Nathaniel Hoellig helped Erie Metro defeat Baldo. Hoellig scored 8 points in the last three minutes to ice the win. Brandon Reinhard and Daniel Fiutko each had 10 points for Baldo.
Liberty Solutions 42, Dick’s Sporting Goods 28
Liberty Solutions grabbed its third win of the season with a big defensive performance led by Andrew Lauria’s 8 steals. Riley Tighe notched a key blocked shot and Sean Nixon dished some solid assists in the win. Jeremy Klawon’s big game on the boards and Daniel Kelley’s solid defense were not enough to help Dick’s avoid the loss.
Hamburg Boys ages 13-15
(Week 6 Highlights)
Tammy’s Tots 55, Strictly T’s 32
In the win, Tammy’s Tots, Patrick Hart finished with 10 points and Ian Hayes, added 9. Andrew Mumm chipped in a gritty 5 points in the second half. Strictly T’s got solid offensive production from Max Linton, with 7 points, and Jake Genzel, who drove hard for 6 points. Chris Bellanca had a steal and made 3 free-throws.
West Herr Automotive 31, Century 21/Ganey 27
A close and competitive game was decided at the end by two free throws from Tom Notto in West Herr’s win. Brett Hall scored 13 points and Matt Clifford made some nice passes while contributing 5 points. A game Century 21/Ganey squad was led by 8 points from Desmond Carroll and several timely blocks from Josh Habermehl. Max Schuman enjoyed a solid all-around game for his team.
Village of Hamburg Recreation 49, Buffalo Niagara Realty, 46
The Village of Hamburg Recreation Department was spurred to victory by the offense of Gage Hilton and Kevin Hoen, who combined for 13 points. Sam Fazzolari chipped in a key second half bucket for his team. Buffalo Niagara Realty was led by 17 points from Jason Jaskolka and got solid defensive efforts from Josh Riordan and Matt Zoerb.
Hearing Health Center 57, Kanaley’s A.C. 27
Hearing Health Center’ win was led by Jack Lacina, who finished with 14 points. Brothers Noah and Jake Weiss passed the ball well, with Jake contributing a nice lefty layup. Kanaley’s received solid hustle and defensive play from Elliott Robinson. Sean Wilde made a hook shot and Stefan Marjanovic converted on all of his second half free-throws.
Drs. Bitka & Travagliato 33, Rooth’s 27
A first half buzzer-beating 3-point shot from Pat McGowan keyed a victory for Drs. Bitka & Travagliato, who also received 6 points from John Kwiatkowski, and several timely rebounds from Noah Lemoine. Rooth’s was led by 4 second half points from Jake Walters. Dylan Woodling gave a strong defensive effort and Nick Brockman had several nice passes.
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