Niagara Gazette —
Ken West 262, Lew Port 288
Chuckie Panepinto was the medalist for the Blue Devils (3-11 NFL), with a 2-over 38 at Sheridan. Mitch Riemond of West was second with a 42. Justin Quinn and Matt Schaivi tied for the Lancers (4-10 NFL) low round with 43s.
North Tonawanda 253,
Niagara Falls 268
Logan St. Cyr was the medalist for the Lumberjacks (7-7 NFL), shooting a 2-over 38 at Hyde Park. Devin Donoghue followed with a 40 in the win. James Spanbauer’s 40 and Jeremiah Gamble’s 42 were the low scores for the Wolverines (0-14 NFL).
Starpoint 1, Holland 0
Emma Miklinski scored 10 minutes into the second half for Starpoint (2-8-1). The shutout went to Charissa Szpaither who had five saves. Holland fell to 0-9-1 with the loss.
Niagara Falls 102, Grand Island 84
Ashley Cheff was a triple winner, claiming victories in the 200-yard freestyle, 200 IM and 100-yard breaststroke swims while helping the Wolverines (4-0 NFL) sweep the relay events en route to the league win. Stephanie Voyzey (50-yard free) and Natalie Schultz (500-yard free) added wins for the Vikings (0-4 NFL) while Susanna Mombrea (NF) and Kristy Kalman (GI) tied in the 100-yard freestyle race at 1:02.83.
Nia.-Wheatfield 98, Lew-Port 77
Marissa Watroba led the way for Niagara-Wheatfield (7-1) to remain undefeated at 4-0 in league meets. She scored individual victories in the 200-yard IM and 200-yard fly to compliment her victory on the 200-yard freestyle relay team. Sally Rozumalski also scored points for the Falcons with victories on a pair of relay teams as well as in the 500-yard freestyle. Stefanie Stanton added a win in the 100-yard breaststroke by a full five seconds for Lew-Port (3-4, 0-4 NFL).
Lockport 100, North Tonawanda 48
Elizabeth Connolly broke a 29 year-old pool record in the 500-yard free at 5:18.23 for Lockport (4-0 NFL). The Lady Jacks (0-4 NFL) were able to take two of the relay’s but only Miranda Cirrito in the 200-yard backstroke was able to pull off an individual victory in the loss.
Ken West 76, Ken East 18
The Blue Devils (4-0 NFL) won every race against the rival Bulldogs (0-4) to remain perfect on the season. Julia and Jacquie Sagasta each won two individual races and helped West win a pair of relay wins to seal the lopsided victory.