Niagara Gazette


December 3, 2012

Cataract Classic will feature plenty of D-1 talent

Cataract Classic will feature plenty of D-1 talent


Niagara Gazette —

Session II starts at noon Saturday with Grand Island against Wilson, which will be followed at 1:30 by Newfane-St. Mary's. Geneva will play Bishop Timon, Niagara Falls' opponent last year, at 3.

The final session begins at 4:30 p.m. with Depew against Niagara Catholic. Jamestown takes on Williamsville South at 6, and Niagara Falls-Brunswick follows.

Tickets for each three-game session are $5, which goes to the Niagara Falls Education Foundation, which co-sponsors the tournament with NFHS.

"They money they bring in they give back in scholarships and similar things for scholar-athletes," Forcucci said. "They volunteer to run the tournament, and we provide the setting.

"It's a lot of work. It's a long weekend for us, but it's a great tourney."

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