Niagara Gazette


October 3, 2012

Spartan golfers perfect once again

Niagara Gazette — The Starpoint golf team capped off another perfect season following its 303-337 win over Alden at Shawnee Golf Course, extending its unbeaten streak to three seasons.

Entering the meet with the ECIC North Small league title already under their belt, the Spartans (9-0 ECIC N Small) were led by Jordan Weigand and fifth-year golfer Joe Petrie, who split medalist honors with a pair of 40s.

Will Hoffman also had a 41 while Nick Larson chipped in a 44.

North Tonawanda 255, Grand Island 265

Kevin Borowicz earned medalist honors with a 1-under round of 35 as the Vikings (7-5 NFL) fell in the league match at River Oaks. Devin Donohue led the Lumberjacks (6-6 NFL) with a 39 and Matt Noaks added a 41 in the win. Aaron Schauger also shot a 36 for Grand Island.

Nia.-Wheatfield 244, Niagara Falls 283

Medalist John Liberti’s round of 38 helped lead the Falcons (9-3 NFL) in the NFL matchup while Tyler Couch also chipped in a 39 at Hyde Park. Jeremiah Gamble led the Wolverines (0-12 NFL) with a 41 and James Spanbauer had a 44.


Wilson 10, CSAT 0

Erin Harding had two goals and two assists and Angela Goodman had one goal and one assist for the Lakewomen (10-1-1). Grace Adams only had to make one save to earn her eighth shutout on the season. Lauren Weks, Baylee Olds, Samantha Grizanti and Kaylee Scoeleing all scored a goal in the game for Wilson.

O’Hara 5,

Niagara Catholic 1

Leah McDonell’s hat trick led the Hawks in the league win. Leah Stachura chipped in the other two goals for O’Hara.

Starpoint 2, Amherst 0

Veronica Bellargini and Jessica Wilson each scored and Erika Longwell made 14 saves to earn the shutout for the Spartans (5-5-1 ECIC II).


Hamburg 4, Starpoint 1

Starpoint sophomore Tyler Valentine scored his first career varsity goal for the Spartans (3-7, 2-6 ECIC II).


Wilson 3, Albion 1

Lindsay Bryer’s 39 assists, eight kills, 12 aces and five digs led the way for the Lakewomen (10-0, 9-0 N-O) in the league matchup. Jordan Glosser also had 16 kills, 10 digs and five aces while Kristin Sampson had six kills and five blocks in the 20-25, 25-21, 25-22, 25-9 win.

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