Little Cagers Youth Basketball results (Edition of Jan. 23)
Thursday January 23, 2014 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
Hamburg Boys ages 13 – 15
(Week Five highlights)
Hearing Health Center 52, Buffalo Niagara Realty 39
Jeff Salerno led Hearing Health Center to victory with a strong game passing the ball, while also converting 6 free throws. Tyler Gialiotto and William Brose played strong defense for their team. Buffalo Niagara Realty was led in scoring by Jason Jaskolka, who finished with 11 points. Dan Reilly had a nice defensive block, and Walter Galet played a solid all-around game.
Village of Hamburg Recreation 65, Strictly T’s 47
Anthony Bollinger led Village of Hamburg in scoring with 13 points, while Ben Miller also contributed offensively with 10 points. Sam Fazzolari gave a solid effort on defense for his team in the victory. Strictly T’s was led by Brady Gay, who scored 10 points while also making a nice defensive steal. Jake Storey and Mike Bellanca gave their team solid defensive and rebounding efforts.
Kanaley’s A.C. 35, West Herr Automotive 33
A close game was decided late by Will Anderson, who scored 5 of his 16 points for Kanaley’s on free throws. Sean Kaiser and Stefan Marjanovic played solid defense in the paint. West Herr got 7 points from Joey Groth, while getting nice all-around efforts from Matthew Clifford and Cole Heferle.
Tammy’s Tots 36, Rooth’s 30
Tammy’s Tots was led to victory by Trevor Govenettio, who scored 12 points. Peter Brooks made some noteworthy passes, and Andrew Mumm played tough defense. Rooth’s was led by Devin Doyle, who was dominant in the paint, scoring 15 points. Mark Sheehan made a 3-point shot and Andrew Szczublewski played well.
Drs. Bitka & Travagliato 46, Century 21/Ganey 20
Braedan Smail and Frederick Diehl led Drs. Bitka & Travagliato to victory in combining for several assists, while Diego Velasquez showed noteable sportsmanship. Century 21/Ganey was led in scoring by Owen Weischner, who scored 8 points. Desmond Carroll and Jacob Phillips played good all-around games in the loss.
Eden Girls grades 4-6
(Games from Jan. 11)
Kazoo Boutique 26, Ballou Paving 2
The dynamic duo of Marissa Calloway and Brooke Woodard led the way for Kazoo Boutique. Woodard scored 14 points and Calloway added 6 second half points in the win. It was a team effort for Ballou Paving, which was led by Emalee Ballou’s 2 points, 2 rebounds and a pair of steals. Emely Proios handled the ball well and added 3 rebounds.
Campbell & Shelton LLP 10, Meridia Credit Union 8
Campbell & Shelton’ won its first game, led by Jessica Souder’s 2 points and Courtney Woodring leading all scorers with 6, including the game winner. The defensive effort was led by Ashley Blasz.
Eden Co-Ed grades 2-3
(Games from Jan. 11)
Timberbuilt Inc. 22, American Wire Tie 5
Ashlei Spina led American Wire Tie, with seven rebounds. Colton Hornquist played tough defense, including grabbing 3 steals with one that led to a fast break and two points. Michael Preischel’s well-rounded game included 2 points, 5 rebounds and a steal. Timberbuilt Inc was led to the victory by the brother and sister duo of Aidan and Cianna Tobia, scoring 10 and 6 points, respectively.
Tripifoods 27, Wentland Monuments 12
Tripifoods was led to victory by Tommy Blasz and Bryce Lewandowski, who both rebounded well. Anna Koszelak had several great shots at the basket, while Hailey Jasinski and Peyton Koszelak led the scoring for the game.
Eden Boys grades 4-6
(Games from Jan. 11)
Firehouse Subs 28, Tripifoods 24
A back-and-forth battle was won by Firehouse Subs, which was led by Charlie Agle’s 10 points.
Mike Weber Greenhouses 25, Firehouse Subs 9
In the win, Mike Weber Greenhouses played an all-around solid team game, led by Jack Lauer’s 8 points.
Eden Tim Hostons 24, Eden Collision 23
Tim Horton’s held on to win the game by a point, behind CJ Sroda’s 8 points and Lucas Schlegel’s 7. Logan Lukonaitis, Brian LoTempio, Zach Smalling and Jake Souder all pitched in key baskets. Defensively, Austin Davies, Brody Klawinski and Dan Almasi were dominate in the paint.
Eden Boys Grades 4-6
(Jan. 4 Game Highlights)
Mike Weber Greenhouses 32, Tripifoods 14; Mike Weber Greenhouses 34, Eden Collision 17; Firehouse Subs 28, Eden Tim Hortons 22.
Eden Girls Grades 4-6
Kazoo Boutique 12, Meridia Credit Union 4; Ballou Paving 10, Campbell & Shelton LLP 6.
Eden Co-Ed Grades 2-3
Tripifoods 19, Timberbuilt, Inc. 8; Wentland Monuments 30, American Wire Tie 7.
Hamburg Girls ages 11-14
(Games played Jan. 11)
The Now Pizzeria 31, Dick’s Sporting Goods 20
The Now jumped out to a 17-4 lead only to see DSG storm back and score 10 straight points to trail at the half by 3. But NP pulled away in the second half. NP was led by Lauren Kennedy’s 11 points and Abby Hillery’s 8 points while Erin Henry hit 3 big jumpers down the stretch to finish with 6 points. DSG’s Ami Canali knocked down 6 points and dished out 4 assists, Kayleigh Govenettio netted 2 buckets and Abbi Sarich’s strong defensive play resulted in 4 blocks and 2 steals.
Chiacchia-Fleming 40, UAW 897-Ford 14
C-F’s strong running game helped them jump out to a 17-6 halftime lead and the team cruised to victory. C-F’s Mackenzie Muldowney led all scorers with 12 points. Lauren Chiacchia aided the cause with 6 assists and a bucket and Maeve Robillard had 4 points and 3 steals. UAW got a solid performance from Jordan Morreale, who came off the bench to lead her team with 6 points. Dana D’Orlando chipped in with 2 buckets and Adrianna LaFord grabbed 5 rebounds and had 3 blocks.
JGB Enterprises 23, Alliance Advisory Group 18
Claire Kruszka’s 12 points and 4 assists propelled JGB to a win over AAG. Morgan Propp and Abby Marean split 8 points while Marnie Walters played stellar defense, coming up with 4 steals and 3 rebounds. AAG was led by Tara Geary, who netted 6 points. Mackenzie Brown and Natalie Snow had 4 points apiece and Maddie Geneti pulled down a game-high 6 rebounds.
GT Junior Jackets 28, Village of Hamburg Rec. 24
The Jr. Jackets took over in the second half by outscoring V/HR 17-10 to secure the win. Hannah Sega scored 8 of her 9 points after the half to lead the comeback for the JJ’s and Leah Cabarga chipped in with 5 points. Marissa Hughey had 4 rebounds and a bucket while Emmy Walker had 4 steals and 2 assists. V/H Rec. was led by Alyssa Lorka, who netted a game high 12 points. Her sister, Jill Lorka came up with 4 steals and 3 assists while Brianna Engler knocked down 6 points and grabbed 4 rebounds.
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