Niagara Gazette


May 16, 2013

Starpoint, Niagara Falls baseball winners


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Medina 8, Wilson 7

Mike Thompson had two hits, including a triple, and three RBIs for the Lakemen. Tayler Thilk added two hits in relief. Jarret Johnston pitched four innings and had two strikeouts. He also scored two runs offensively. Chris Reid had one hit, two runs and two steals.

Lockport 6, Ken East 4

Brad Wroblewski fanned eight batters through five innings on the hill for the Lions (12-2 NFL). Charlie Sobieraski earned the save. Alex Weaver had a three-run double in the sixth inning to break a tie. The Bulldogs fell to 2-11.


Wilson 9, Medina 8

Allie Bubar doubled home two runs as part of a five-run seventh inning for the Lakewomen (4-10 N-O) in the come-from-behind effort.

Niagara Catholic 3, CCA 2

Marissa Ruffolo picked up the win on the mound and fanned six batters for the Patriots (10-4, 5-4 MMA). Frankie Costanzo, Jessica Chandler and Danielle DeVole each had an RBI.

Ken West 13, Ken East 0

Shelby Donhauser had a 13-strikeout no-hitter for the Blue Devils (9-4 NFL). Donhauser also had two hits and four RBIs at the plate. The Bulldogs fell to 4-9 in the league.


Lew-Port 5, Ken East 0

Joe Laurendi, Yash Maheshwari and Ben Stayner all picked up singles victories for the Lancers (8-6 NFL). The Bulldogs fell to 1-13 in the league.

Lockport 3, Ken West 2

Brett Bynes and Evan Vick earned their first victory of the season in a decisive doubles match for the Lions (6-8 NFL). The team of Luke Sciandra and Nick Guay also had a doubles win and J.J. Napoli had a win in third singles. Nick Atallah and Niko Mancuso picked up singles victories for the Blue Devils (4-10). 


Buffalo Seminary 4, Niagara Catholic 1

The doubles team of Melissa Whisker and Jazmine McCray had the only win for the Patriots (6-5). Buffalo Seminary improved to 11-1.


Niagara Falls 7, Kenmore 6

Jake Eschborn had three goals to lead the Wolverines, who advance to play Depew in the semifinals of Independent Lacrosse Conference playoffs tonight. Ryan Kidd, Derek Linde, Cody Bielec and Nico Cirrito rounded out the team's scoring. Anthony Scivilia made 25 saves in goal and added two assists.

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