Niagara Gazette


December 12, 2013

L-P boys work to build on last year's sectional run


Niagara Gazette — That depth works in the Lancers’ favor on the offensive end, where Bradshaw said he has five players that can score 15-18 points per game.

“Every game is a different person,” he said. “Defenses can’t key on one guy because they never know who it’s going to be that night.”

Lew-Port (3-1 overall) hosts Niagara-Wheatfield in Friday as it looks to improve to 2-0 in NFL play.

Follow Niagara Gazettes sports reporter Mike Meiler on Twitter @mikemeiler for updates on your local teams.

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