Jake Lysiak drew a walk with the bases loaded to cap Niagara Falls’ wild 9-8 win over Niagara Frontier League rival Niagara-Wheatfield in a steady rain under the lights at Sal Maglie Stadium.

Adam Grace tied the game for the Wolverines (8-4 overall, 2-3 NFL), leading off the bottom of the seventh with a double, then scoring on an error.

The Falcons (5-6, 3-2) rallied for six runs with two outs in the top of the seventh to go up 8-7. Matt Attfield went 5-for-5 for N-W, while Chris Gruarin had three hits.

Matt Paonessa hit a home run in the second inning for Niagara Falls. Grace had two hits.

Lew-Port 16, Ken West 1

Matt Cattarin took a no-hitter into the sixth inning as the Lancers rolled to a huge Niagara Frontier League win. Cattarin went the distance, allowing only two hits and striking out seven. At the plate, Tyler Magliazzo had three hits and four RBIs and Jeremy Willard had two hits, including a triple, and four RBIs. Josh Sorenson and Dan Sharpe each added bases-loaded triple for the Lancers (6-5 overall, 3-2 NFL).

West (1-4) scored its lone run on a sacrifice.

Grand Island 10, Ken East 2

Matt Klock allowed seven hits, one earned run and struck out 11 to help the Vikings improve to 9-0 overall and 5-0 in the NFL. Marvin Pawlowski led GI’s offense with a three-run home run, while Chris Podlucky and two RBIs. Neil DeMartin, Matt Klock and Joel Klock all added two hits apiece.

Cody Novo and Kevin Whitehead each had two hits for East (5-2, 3-2).

NT 9, Lockport 1

Mike Puscheck threw six innings of two-hit, shut-out baseball and added a pair of RBIs at the plate to give the Lumberjacks the NFL win. Doug Vaillancourt had two hits and three RBIs, while Derek Schwegler had three RBIs for NT (5-5 overall, 3-3 NFL). Also for the Jacks, Keith Bogdan had three hits, including two doubles, and scored twice and Andrew Braun added three hits in the win.

Jake Chenez scored the lone run in the seventh inning for the Lions (3-8, 1-4).

Albion 12, Newfane 2

Justin Ward threw a three-hitter with nine strikeouts and added a two-run home run at the plate to lift the Purple Eagles to the win in a battle of Niagara-Orleans League unbeatens. Albion (5-0 N-O) had 13 hits on the afternoon. Brett Backes had an RBI and Matt Ames added two hits for the Panthers (4-1).

CSAT 5, Medina 4

The Charter School For Applied Technologies rallied for four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to pick up its first-ever N-O win. CSAT hurlers Ray Betmers and Kyle Kobza combined to throw a four-hitter for CSAT (1-4 N-O). Jamie Washak had two RBIs for the Mustangs (3-2).

Akron 7, Barker 3

Nick Cummings pitched a five-hitter with 17 strikeouts to lead Akron to the N-O win. The Tigers (3-2 N-O), which got three hits from Tyler Gabbey, capitalized on four Barker errors to score five runs in the first inning. Barker fell to 2-3.

Junior Varsity

• Jesse Puschek went 4-for-4 and winning pitcher Tim Taylor added two hits as NT beat Lockport, 14-4 to improve to 5-1 in the NFL.

• N-W won a 5-4 game in nine innings as Jordan Matos knocked in the two runs in the top of the ninth to give the Falcons (6-4, 4-2) the victory.


N. Tonawanda 6, Lockport 2

Sarah Hansen had three hits, including a pair of triples, and three RBIs to lift the Lumberjacks to the Niagara Frontier League win. Natalie Hils added two hits, while Allie Gibson threw a complete, allowing four hits and striking out nine for NT (5-3 overall, 4-2 NFL). Lockport fell to 0-6 in the league.

Ken West 16, Lew-Port 10

Sarah Borgenicht led West’s attack with three hits, three RBIs and three runs scored as it improved to 4-1 in the NFL. Jenna Rickan had three hits and three RBIs, while Chelsea Moore added two hits and scored three times for the Blue Devils (4-1 NFL, 6-2 overall). Alexis Santa Maria earned the win in the circle for West, which scored 15 of its runs in the first four innings.

For Lew-Port (3-9 overall, 1-5 NFL), Janeanne LePage had three hits, including a home run, and three RBIs. Katherine Petrozzi added a home run and two RBIs in the loss.

Grand Island 4, Ken East 1

Amber Hultgren went the distance in the circle, striking out five to lead the Vikings to the NFL win. Shari Geblein was 2-for-2, including a home run, and scored twice. Also for GI (6-1 overall, 4-1 NFL), Jordan Dudish had two hits, including a triple, and Julie Fleming added a pair of hits.

Emily Mills and Alex Dickson each had two hits for the Bulldogs (3-3).

Depew 3, Tonawanda 2

The Warriors were down 3-0, but pulled within one run late before finally falling to Depew in ECIC III action. THS (6-7 overall, 2-4 ECIC III) scored two runs in the sixth when Meghan Kossow brought around Sam Dayton and Karissa Dolney. Victoria Gilbert had two hits, including a double for the Warriors, while Kelsey Schroeder needed only 64 pitches to rtoss a complete game.

Jessica Puskar had two hits, including a triple for the Wildcats (5-1).

Immaculata 7, O’Hara 1

Courtney Scordato triple in the bottom of the fourth and came around to score when Chelsea King ripped a single, but it wasn’t enough for the Hawks (1-11 overall, 1-4 MMAA) in Monsignor Martin action. Laura Hess had a solo homer for Immaculata (4-1).

Cheektowaga 16, Starpoint 8

Danielle Lanternier hit two home runs and a double for the Spartans.

Boys Tennis

Lockport 5, Grand Island 0

Evan Breloff stayed unbeaten at third singles as Lockport moved to 7-1 in the Niagara Frontier League. The Lions’ second doubles team of Andrew Granchelli and Alex Schwartz overcame a loss in the first set to beat Grand Island’s Darren Delsignore and Todd Kunze. Grand Island is now 1-6.

Niagara Falls 5, N-Wheatfield 0

Matt Thompson continued his strong play at second singles beating Adam Clabo for Niagara Falls (4-2 NFL) in NFL action. The visiting Falcons fell to 2-4. These two teams will meet again at 4 p.m. today at N-W.

Gow 4, Niagara Catholic 1

Jake Newman won a three-set match at first singles for Niagara Catholic, which is now 1-5 in the Monsignor Martin. NC’s Patrick Gawel and Kirk Beehler lost a three-set doubles match on a tiebreaker.

Boys Track

Akron 92, Wilson 44

Lee Asbeck doubled in the 110 and 400 hurdles, Josh Cory in the 100 and 200 and Joe Halleck in the shotput and discus to lead Akron (2-1 N-O) to the Niagara-Orleans League win. Don Truesdell won both the 1,600 and 3,200 for Wilson (1-2 N-O).

Girls Track

Akron 87, Wilson 54

Chelcie Gramza doubled in the 200 and 400 as Akron moved to 2-1 in the Niagara-Orleans League. Becky Henning took both the long and triple jumps for winless Wilson.

Boys Lacrosse

NT 6, Gow 4

Two days after winning their first Class A game, the Lumberjacks extended their winning streak to two games by winning the non-league contest. Eric Huk had two goals and an assist to lead NT (3-4 overall). Also for the Jacks, Matt Parish had a goal and an assist, Mark Christopher and Alex Godfrey each scored their first career goals and Pat McDonough made 10 saves in goal.

N-W 16, Grand Island 3

Emmett Printup scored five goals and set up two more for the Falcons, who improved to 7-3 on the year with a non-league road win. Tom Lester and Pierce Abrams added a hat trick apiece, while Joe Grady and Julian Fauzey combined to make 17 saves in net. GI fell to 3-4 on the season.

Medina 17, Wilson 7

Cody Allen had eight goals and Eric Blount added a hat trick as the Mustangs scored the Class C win. Medina (4-4) outscored the Lakemen 10-2 in the second quarter. No information was submitted for Wilson.

Girls Lacrosse

Lancaster 17, NT 2

Bonnie O’Brien and Catherine Duquin scored for the Lumberjacks in a big Division I loss. NT fell to 0-7 overall and 0-5 in the division.

Mt. St. Mary 12, Mt. Mercy 8

Jordan Gerst had five goals and two assists and Nicole Faulise added three goals for the Thunder in a Monsignor Martin win. Also for the Mount (5-2 overall, 5-0 MMAA), Katie Dyrek made 12 saves in net.

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