Grand Island and Niagara-Wheatfield are the lone remaining unbeatens after the second week of the Niagara Catholic junior varsity summer basketball league.

Grand Island scored 35 points in the second half to top Maryvale, 51-41 on Saturday. Bobby Ross and Trent Gibney each had 12 points for the Vikings (2-0). Tysean Rogers and Bryce Shepard each had 12 for the Flyers (2-1).

The Falcons edged Newfane, 43-41 behind 18 points from Kevin McTyere. Kyle Henry and Shawn Haseley combined for 17 points for N-W (2-0). Dan Hambruch had 12 points to lead the Panthers (0-2).

Niagara Catholic improved to 2-1 with a 54-38 win over North Tonawanda. Myrel Brundidge had 19, Marquis Iveys scored 17 and Lorenzo Joseph had 12 in the win. Darrick Bloomfield had 16 and Eric Glatz added 11 for NT (0-2).

Tyler Truesdell and Nate Meier each had eight points as Wilson (1-1) beat Lew-Port, 32-26. Mark Wilson had 14 for the Lancers (0-2).

On Sunday, Blair Estarfaa, Ricky Hernandez, Matt Wendling each reached double figures as Maryvale beat Kenmore East, 52-48. Kevin Wagner had 16 points for the Bulldogs (1-1).



Wheatfield splits a pair with Sikora Post

Wheatfield Post No. 1451 split a doubleheader with Sikora Post of North Tonawanda in American Legion baseball action at Rojek Field this past weekend.

In the opener, which Wheatfield won 8-4, Kyle Smith went the distance and struck out 10 batters. Mike Guariglia had two hits, including a home run, two RBIs and two runs scored in the win. Jeff Panza added two hits and two RBIs and Jack LePage had a two-run double.

For Sikora, Scott Gregson was 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI and Chris Borgatti had two hits and an RBI.

In the nightcap, Mike Filosofos was 3-for-3 with two doubles, a triple, three RBIs and three runs scored as Sikora scored an 11-6 win. Chris Rajczak was 2-for-2 with three RBIs and scored three runs in support of winning pitcher Matt Haseley, who tossed a complete game, scattering nine hits and striking out five.

Jeff Szalkowski was 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs for Wheatfield. Panza was 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs.



McCartin low in HPGC Thursday ladies

Continuing her dominance, Joanne McCartin carded the low round during medal play of the Hyde Park Thursday ladies league with a 33 to top Class A. Nancy Marshanke was second with a 41, while Sharon Paquette was low putts with 14.

In Class B, Rose Lantz was the low scorer with a 36, while Ann Zaccarella was second with a 38. Arlene Reppenhaggen was low putts with 15.

Ann Biro was tops in Class C with a 42. She was followed up by Laura Martinez with a 44, while Mary Cutajar and Freda Wozniak shared low putts honors with 20.

Laurice Hanesiar’s 41 was good enough to win Class D. Bertha Frank was second with a 42, while Mary Lostracco was low putts with a 19.



Esposito tops in HPGC ladies 18-hole league

Marie Esposito’s 71 was the low score in the Gadawski’s Restaurant Hyde Park ladies 18-hole league played at full handicap. She won Class B.

Helen Calendrelli had a 72 to win Class B and Joan Reynolds had a 76 to win Class C.

In weekly competition, which featured the best poker hand (five cards) during back nine play, Jean Rosenberg won Class A with four sixes and a seven high, Betty Sdao took Class B with four sevens and an eight high and Dorothy Gara won Class C with four sevens and a six high.

Calendrelli was low putts in Class A with 24, while Esposito took Class B with 33 and Reynolds won Class C with 33.



Marshanke low in HPGC Tuesday ladies tourney

Nancy Marshanke’s 41 won Class B during the tournament portion of play in the Hyde Park Tuesday ladies league. Darlene Adams had a 44 to win Class A and Sue Condino had a 45 to win Class C.

In regular play, Lee Adriatico had a 76 to win Class A, Carolyn King won Class B with a 75 and Yolanda Pascucci won Class C with an 84.

Nancy Lo was low putts win Class A with 34, Jean Rosenberg won Class B with 32 and Sonia Steckelberg won Class C with 32.



Adams, Hamilton win HPGC Friday ladies tourney

Darlene Adams and Lisa Hamilton tied for the Flight A tournament title during play of the Hyde Park Friday ladies league. Mary Ann Casamento won Flight B and Barbara Joyce won Flight C.

Lynette Cooper ands Angie Wiler both shot 36 to win Flight A, while Rose Ponzi won Flight B with a 34 and Henrietta Ingham won Flight C with a 41.

Adams, Sue Kosikowski and Pat Parkinson each needed only 14 putts to earn low putts honors in Flight A. Lynn Yarger won Flight B with 14 and Marie Briganti took Flight C with 15.

n In earlier action, Pam Scalfani, Jean Rosenberg and Sonia Steckelberg were tournament winners, while Kosikowski, Lee Adriatico, Rosenberg and Steckelberg won their respective flights. Kosikowski, Briganti, Ingham and Karen Green were low putts.



Nutt’s 36 tops HPGC Wednesday ladies

Sue Nutt fired a stellar round of 36 in Flight B to take low scoring honors in the Hyde Park Wednesday ladies league. Patti Kuriscak led Flight A with a 41, Nancy Linton took Flight C with a 40 and Mary Lostracco was the Flight D winner with a 48.

Ann Despres, Barb Fallon, Lostracco and Nutt shared low putts honors with 18 apiece. Sue Farley’s birdie on No. 5 highlighted play.



Travers’ homer leads Casal’s to softball win

Kate Travers was 3-for-4 with a home run as Casal’s Boxing beat Goodfellow’s 10-2 in a Niagara Frontier women’s softball game. Jolene Haseley added a triple, Jessica Campbell had a double and Christie Presti was 3-for-3. Jodi Persinger was the winning pitcher.

Patrina Leo had a home run for Goodfellow’s.