Niagara Gazette


June 23, 2013

Area Sports: Baseball, softball, golf, bocce, tennis


Niagara Gazette — • In interleague senior play, the Whirlpool Rangers routed the Midtown Indians, 27-6. Taylor Huntsman led the Rangers' hit parade with four hits and six RBIs. Brandon Benjamin had four RBIs. Devante Braithwaite hit a triple. Mike Gibas was the winning pitcher.


• The Town of Niagara Red Sox defeated Wilson, 19-13, in 17U Travel softball action. Gianna Teixeira had four RBIs for the Red Sox, while Jordan Robinson had three. Alyssa Renko went 3 for 5, hitting a double and recording two RBIs.  Courtney DeWolf was the winning pitcher. The Red Sox improved their record to 2-2 on the season.

• In Cayuga Majors softball, the David's Home Of The Steak Hoagy Padres held off a late rally by the Niagara Falls Teachers Union Royals to win, 20-17. Aleigha Gray and Jordan Brooks had three hits each while Marissa Lewis scored three runs for the Padres. For the Royals, Kaitlyn Paretto and Emma Pozak singled twice while Brianna Quarcini had a hit.

• In Niagara Frontier men's softball, Mark Cerrone Inc. defeated Dave's Last Chance, 20-18. Jay Corp went 3 for 4 with a home run. He also scored three runs. Paul Gotowko, Kevin Carpenter and Jimmy Rodgers also went 3 for 4 for Mark Cerrone. George Hutcheson played a solid defensive game for Dave's Last Chance. 


Lew-Port defeated St. Joe's, 5-3, in modified hockey and improved its record to 5-5-1 on the season. Jacob Peters scored a hat trick for Lew-Port, while Jacob Thomason score two goals and two assists. Mike Greco scored twice for St. Joe's. Lew-Port closes its modified hockey season next Saturday against Grand Island at Dwyer Arena, beginning at 1:30 p.m.


• Lisa Hamilton, Pam Casero and Yolanda Jakubowski were the winners in Flights A, B and C, respectively, in the Hyde Park Friday Ladies' Golf League on the course's White Nine holes. Hamilton scored a 37 in stroke play while Casero scored 38 and Jakubowski a 41. Sue Kosikowski was the A winner in the weekly tournament with a score of 31, while Karen Green was the B winner with 32 and Dorothy Gatto the C winner with 33. In low putts, Kosikowski shared the A lead with Lee Adriatico with 15. Casero and Greed tied as the B winners with a 17, while Jakubowski was the C winner with her score of 18.

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