Niagara Gazette — Niagara County Community College’s mens and women’s soccer teams traveled to Mohawk Valley Community College to open their Fall 2013 season. The men defeated Mohawk CC by 1-0, while the women lost to the hosts, 11-0.
The women’s volleyball team, meanwhile, went 3-0 at the Nassau Community College showcase this weekend on Long Island. NCCC defeated the hosts in four games, 14-25, 27-25, 25-14 and 25-21. They later went on to defeat Onondaga CC in three games, 25-18, 25-21 and 25-21. In their final game, they defeated Genesee CC in four games, 19-25, 25-22, 25-19 and 25-16.
Peach Festival 5K Run seeks participants
Applications are now being accepted for the 35th Annual Lewiston Kiwanis Peach Festival 5K Fun Run and One Mile Walk. The run will be held Saturday, September 7 at 9 a.m. The Walk will begin 15 minutes prior at 8:45 a.m.
The cost to participate in the Run is $20 and includes a t-shirt and post-race refreshments. Applications are available in all Key Bank branches throughout Niagara County, Stuart Sports in Lewiston, the village offices of Lewiston and Youngstown and the town halls of Lewiston and Porter.
For more information, call Chairman Tom Baia at 745-9702 or 297-5831.
• The LewPort Spartans 145-pound team defeated the Clarence Silver Friday night, 24-0. Ian Evans led the offense, rushing for 132 yards and two touchdowns. Matt Kitcho scored a touchdown, while quarterback Brenden Perreault threw a 15-yard TD pass to Zachary Clayborne. On defense, the Spartans created many fumbles, as Mason Monteleone had eight tackles and had three fumble recoveries. Cole Murdoch had 10 tackles and a fumble recovery, while Jake Kasbaum also recovered a fumble.
• The LewPort Rams lost this weekend to the Clarence Silver, 26-20. Jalen Duff led the Rams on offense, rushing for 140 yards and two touchdowns, as well as 58 yards passing and one passing TD. Justin Dillon caught an 11-yard touchdown reception. On defense Dillon, Spencer Reisman and James Marshall combined for 21 tackles.
• The LewPort Rams went 1-1 in the 100-pound division of the recent Niagara County Classic Tournament, defeating the Pendleton Predators, 39-6. Jalen Duff rushed for 126 yards and two touchdowns, as well as passing for 48 yards and one TD. Spencer Reisman chipped in 96 yards rushing and three touchdowns, while Girard Jackson had a 48-yard touchdown reception.
The Rams’ loss came at the hands of the Wheatfield Tomcats, 23-12. Duff rushed for 103 yards and one TD, while Reisman ran for 56 yards and one TD. The defense was led by Justin Dillon,Tyler Chretien, James Marshall and Trevor Thompson.
• The NWAA Bobcats are 3-0 to start their youth football season, including a 18-6 victory in league play over the Lockport Pirates. Leading the defense were Justin Ayala, Connor Badendyck, Louie Perreault and Chris Reynolds, who combined for 25.5 tackles. On offense, Joey DeWolf rushed for 38 yards while Tristan Davis ran for 34 yards. Anthony Lozina rushed for 36 yards and a touchdown. Lozina also threw for 62 yards and 2 TDs. Anthony Lucinski caught five passes including a TD while while Evan Stickney caught a 40-yard TD reception.
• Vince Capaldi was last week’s leader in the Guido’s Upholstery/Joe’s Guys Seniors, rolling a 279 as part of his 727 series. Capaldi also rolled 266 and 182 games. Marco Napolitano rolled the second-highest single game of 277 as part of his 608 series. Pete Ozzimo rolled a 689 series that included scores of 246, 247 and 196. 92-year-old Cesare Svizzero had games of 194-267-227 to finish with a 688 series.
Other series of note: John D’Aloise (258-668), Dave Cuddahee (234-655), Bob Kafel (227-648), Dennis Milleville (232-647), Frank Calovini (235-643), Ed Kamrowski (249-642), Jerry Piper (225-641), Tony Zaccarella (233-638), Paul Julian (257-607), Bob Hartel (205-605) and John Smith (253-591). Single games of note were thrown by Bob Winter (224), Tuck Crago (215), Harry Pelose (212), Jack Schmidt (212), Bill Welch (212), Walt Kendzia (206), Jerry Freeman (205), Glenn Walck (205), Phil Dirre (203), Carl Berak (200), Tony Runco (199), Tony Testa (196), Don Lascelle (193), Terry Bennetti (192), John Loss (192), Terry Pierce (192), Wesley James (191) and John Kuder (191).
• Kathy and Tom Penale won after two holes in a three-way sudden death playoff to become the Mr. & Mrs. Club Champions at Niagara Frontier Country Club. The Penales faced Kathy and Jim Kuryak plus Gerri and Gerry Donovan in the sudden death, after all three couples shot a 59 in regulation. The Kuryaks placed second after the playoff while the Donovans took third place. Jill and Bruce Spira placed fourth in the tournament with their score of 60.
• Vern Daniel was named the Net Champion at Oak Run Golf Club on Sunday, scoring a net total of 63. Dennis Covell won the Senior Net Championship with a score of 63, while Alex Mastroianni scored a 66 to take the Super Senior Net Championship.
Gordie Kemp took first place in the Green Tees division, scoring a 68. In all cases, the golfers’ respective handicaps figured in their final scores.
• In last Thursday’s Hyde Park Ladies 18 Hole Golf Club, Karyn Morrison, Jean Rosenberg and Carol Lindelow won their respective flights in the Como Restaurant “Four Best Holes Front, Five Best Back” tournament. Morrison lef Flight A with a 79, while Rosenberg shot a 77 to lead Flight B, with Lindelow taking top honors in Flight C with her score of 73.
In the regular weekly tournament, Pam Casero lef Flight A with her score of 24. Rosalie Ponzi led Flight B with 28, while May Jowdy scored a 27 to lead Flight C. Casero also led Flight A in low putts with a 31, while Ponzi led Flight B with 35. Lindelow and Marie Esposito shared the lead in Flight C with scores of 34.
• The previous night at Hyde Park, Marg Hokanson won a tie-breaker on Hole 4 to win Flight A in Medal Play. Hokanson, who scored a 40, edged Dorothea Nortz in the tie-breaker. There was another tie-breaker on Hole 4 that led to Carolyn King placing third in Flight A, defeating Patty Kuriscak in the extra hole of play.
Beth Boron scored a 36 to lead Flight B, while Dorothy Gara prevailed over Shirley Wisniewski in a tie-breaker to place second and third, respectively.
Nancy Linton led Flight C with her score of 32, while Jan Locey scored 38 to finish second and Sue Nutt placed third with her 39. Marian Wells scored a 41 to lead Flight D, while Barbara Joyce’s score of 50 and Sara Robins’ 59 rounded out the top three in that flight.