Niagara Gazette


September 21, 2013

HS Football: Lakemen blanked at home, 48-0


Niagara Gazette — Lackawanna 2, Tonawanda 0

Tonawanda (0-8, 0-5 ECIC IV) remains win-less on the season. Jeremy Baumann played a good game defensively for the Warriors.


North Tonawanda 3, Niagara Falls 0

Lauren Testa, Tori Malamas and Nicole Mallone each scored for North Tonawanda in the shutout over Niagara Falls (2-5). Justine Perreault had 18 saves for the Wolverines.

Iroquois 3, Starpoint 2Lockport 3 Grand Island 0

Gretta Dry had a hat-trick to help keep Lockport (8-0, 6-0 NFL) undefeted. Jayme Waeoski had a shutout in goal for the Lions. It was Grand Island’s (5-1 NFL) first loss in league.

Nia.-Wheatfield 2, Ken West 1

Lori Lachowski scored both goals for Nia.-Wheatfield (5-2, 4-2 NFL). Tara Beach and Emily Belote each had an assist for the Falcons. Caitlin Burke had the lone goal for Ken West (1-5 NFL).


North Tonawanda 3, Niagara Falls 0

North Tonawanda improved to 5-1 in the league behind an 18-kill performance from Gabby Hansen. Hansen also had 12 digs and seven aces. Leanna Metzger had seven kills, 10 digs and three aces as well for the Lady Jacks. NT swept Niagara Falls (4-3) in three sets, 25-9, 25-9, 25-18.

Nia.-Wheatfield 3, Grand Island 0

Ashley Ward had 24 assists and Katie Mazierski had 10 kills and three aces for Nia.-Wheatfield (7-1, 6-0 NFL). Leah Geis notched 16 digs for Grand Island (3-5 NFL).

Tapestry 3, Niagara Catholic 0 

Catya Brusino had six kills, two digs and an ace for Niagara Catholic. Tylerlynn Langer recorded six aces, five digs and three kills. Niagara Catholic fell 25-10, 26-24, 25-18.


Niagara Falls 3, Lew-Port 2

Niagara Falls (5-3) swept Lew-Port (1-7) in the doubles matches. The first doubles team for the Wolverines was Madison DelPorto and Natalie Manning and the second doubles team was Elizabeth Kwon and Celsey Stahlman.

Nia.-Wheatfield 3, Ken West 2

Nia.-Wheatfield’s (5-3) first and second doubles teams were able to take two key points from Ken West (0-8). Audrey Filey and Rachel Pera won their singles matches for the Bulldogs.

Starpoint 5, Hamburg 0 

Starpoint (4-0) remains undefeated, sweeping its match with Hamburg. Third singles player Jillian Mangani is undefeated on the season.


Niagara Falls 61, Ken East 36

Susanna Mombrea and Keneddi Eddings each won three races for Niagara Falls. Ken East’s Haley Brucato and Alexandra McGee each won two races as well.

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