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3rd & 4th GRADE GIRLS

Corbett Insurance 23

Bendick Law 7

Corbett Insurance Tar Heels beat Bendick Law Firm, 23-7.

The Heels were led by Sara Lojewski with 11 points while Sam Delamater added six. Rachel Maniskas, Carley Perloff and Frankie Treslar chipped in with two points each while Megan Meyer, Mikayla Sowga and Jo Lee Treslar again played excellent defense.

Bendick Law Firm was led by Brianna Coolbaugh with three points. Angela Bendick and Anna Lehabe each added two points. The defense of Alisha Langdon, Abby McCabe, Madison Slacktish, Sam Stier and Erica Van Etten was strong throughout the game.

Pike Law 20

Dallas Lions 5

Pike Law defeated Dallas Lions, 20-5.

Talia Koslerowski led the winners with 16 points while Courtney Devons chipped in four.

Dallas Lions got four points from Leah Gorr and one point from Kaitlin Connolly.

3rd & 4th GRADE BOYS

Belrick Corp. 25

Long Real Estate 7

Belrick Corp. defeated Gordon Long Real Estate, 25-7.

John Bynon, Nick Kocher, Joshua Lupole, Alex Perry and David Schuster played their hearts out the entire game for Gordon Long. Nick Kocher led Gordon Long with six points and David Schuster chipped in the other point.

Pizza Perfect 30

Grasshopper 24

Pizza Perfect defeated Grasshopper Lawns, 30-24.

Josh Lydon and Michael Farrell led the scoring for Pizza Perfect with 10 points each. Jay Bittner had six points with Andy Zeyher capping the offense with four points. Anchoring the Pizza Perfect defense was AJ Spears and Moustafa Almeky.

Ben O’Connell led the way for the Grasshoppers with 16 points followed by Dalton Simpson with six points.

Frontier 22

Coon Industries 20

Frontier Communications defeated Coon Industries, 22-20.

Matt Mathers led the Frontier offense with 14 points while Malik Kaleta, Michael Mesko, Jacob Faber and David Chopyak each chipped in baskets for Frontier. Garrett Pall and Larson Rice anchored the Frontier defense.

Coon Industries’ offense was led by JD Barrett with 14 points. Jacob and Kyle Besecker combined for another six points. Matt Dillon, Paul Roman and Elijah Chesteranchored thedefense for Coon Industries.

5th & 6th GRADE GIRLS

Riders World 20

Atty. Mike Bendick 17

In a clash of two undefeated teams, Riders World won a hard fought battle against the Atty. Bendick team, 20-17.

Leading scorer for Riders World was Gabrielle Volpetti with 12 points while Allson Rismondo chipped in with four. Courtney Wagner and Lyndsey Oremus led the defensive charge.

For the Atty. Bendick team, Mallory Faux was high scorer with 10 points while Abbie Bendick added four and also played well on the defensive side of the ball. Emily Zawatski and Jule Murray also played well on both ends of the court for the Bendick team.

7th & 8th GRADE BOYS

Medico Industries 36

Gallias Insurance 31

Medico Industries topped Gallis Insurance, 36-31.

Ryan Zapoticky led all scorers with 18 points. Mark Michno dropped in seven while the big man Buddy Shutlock tossed back six.

Felix Doleman came up big for Gallis Insurance, scoring 17. Chris Behm scored seven while John Murray dropped in four.

Grotto Pizza 60

Luxury Limousine 50

Grotto Pizza keeps delivering victories with another convincing win over Luxury Limousine, 60-50.

John Murray played great, scoring 23. Blake Williams and Jesse Bynon both played well, adding 10 apiece. Chase Makowski was hot from the outside, scoring 14.

Nathan Kish controlled the boards, tossing back 10. Darren Lupole played well, scoring seven.

Drs. Banas & Kim 52

Bishop Hoban 50

Dr. Banas Byron and Kim pulled out an exciting victory over Bishop Photo, 52-50.

Jason Siminovich scored a game-high 26 points. Danny Saba added 14 while Justin Brojakowski tossed in six.

Rudy Georgetti was on fire for Bishop Photo, scoring 20. Brian Stepniak controlled the boards and tossed back 17.

Deluca Law 44

Dr. John Kish 33

Vito Deluca Law Firm rolled over Dr. John Kish, 44-33.

Eric Zawatski led all scorers with 20 points. Aaron Napkora controlled the boards, tossing in eight while Dominic Deluca added six. Dr. Kish was led by Kyle Razawich with 12 points. Mike Kapral scored nine while Chad Debona chipped in four.

STANDINGS

Murray 7-1

Newell 6-2

Deluca 4-4

Zapoticky 4-4

Pierce 3-5

Goodwin 3-5

Gross 3-5

Behm 2-6

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