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September 20, 2013

High School Roundup - Friday, Sept. 20

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BOY'S VOLLEYBALL

North Tonawanda 3 Niagara Falls 0

Joe Piotrowski had nine assists and four kills for North Tonawanda (2-1). The Lumberjacks swept Niagara Falls (0-4) in three sets, 25-3, 25-6 and 25-19. Rob Johnson had four kills for NT.

Grand Island 3, Nia.-Wheatfield 1

Grand Island (2-1) held off Nia.-Wheatfield (3-1) behind Brock Tetral, who amassed 19 kills and three blocks. Sam Matthews had seven kills, six blocks and three aces for the Falcons. Grand Island won in four sets, 25-22, 25-22, 19-25 and 25-20.

St. Joe's 3, Lockport 1

Neil Conway and Kyle Kirchberger led the way for the Marauders. Conway had 16 kills and Kirchberger recorded eight.

BOY'S GOLF

St. Joe's 22, Gowanda 2

Joe Rinaldi shot a 35 for the Marauders at Elma Meadows.

Lockport 245, Niagara Falls 271

Jack Igoe was the medalist for Lockport, shooting a 37 at High Park Golf Course. JJ Napoli and Evan Williams both shot 38's for the Lions as well.

Lew-Port 282, North Tonawanda 283

Joe Laurendi medalled for Lew-Port in the win over North Tonawanda. Laurendi shot a 41.

Grand Island 265, Ken West 270 

Kevin Eorowicz shot a 35 for Grand Island (3-4) at River Oaks. Ken West is now 1-7 on the year.

Ken East 250, Nia.-Wheatfield 264

Ricky Shotwell shot a 37 for Ken East (7-1) as they defeated Nia.-Wheatfield (5-3). Shotwell's brother, Ben, shot a 40 for the Bulldogs.

BOY'S SOCCER

North Tonawanda 2, Niagara Falls 1

Trevor Young and Grayson Dolata each scored a goal for North Tonawanda in the victory over Niagara Falls.

Grand Island 2, Lockport 1

Grand Island (5-3, 5-1 NFL) improved to 5-1 in the league behind a strong perforamnce from Ryan Ross. Ross scored both goals for the Vikings. 

Ken West 3 Nia.-Wheatfield 1

Tom Todaro, Moustapha Diaoune and Imran Ahmadi each had a goal for Ken West (4-4, 4-2 NFL). The Blue Devils handed Nia.-Wheatfield (5-3, 5-1 NFL) there first loss in league play.

Ken East 2, Lew-Port 0

Damon Lepine and Ron Scime scored the two goals for Ken East (4-3-1, 4-2 NFL). Connor Hoar had seven saves and a shutout for the Bulldogs.

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