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January 14, 2014

Lockport, Starpoint post impressive swim wins

Basketball Lions roll by visiting Ken East; Newfane girls win thriller.

LOCKPORT —

Boys varsity swim teams from Lockport and Starpoint remained undefeated in their respective leagues with victories on Tuesday night.
Head coach John Sullivan's Lions all but put a lock on the Niagara Frontier League championship with a 114-71 victory over Grand Island. The Lions improved to 10-0 in the NFL, while the Vikings dropped to 8-2 in the league.
In Pendleton, head coach Tim Menges' Spartans improved to 6-0 in the Erie County Inter-scholastic Conference with a 109-59 victory over visiting Iroquois.
Seniors Scott Guyton and Derek Secord were double individual winners in Lockport's win over Grand Island.
Guyton won both the 200-yard individual medley (2:09.20) and 100 butterfly (:56.93), while Secord touched first in both the 50 freestyle (:22.37) and 100 free (:50.87). 
Other LHS winners were junior Mike Dmochowski (100 back) and sophomores Magnus Cleveland (100 breast) and Paul Fredrickson (diving).
Lockport also swept the meet's three relays with seniors Guyton, Shawn Moore and Bryan Wojcinski joining Cleveland to win the 200 medley relay; Secord, Wojcinski and sophomores Austin Hinton and Cole Twomey winning the 200 free relay; and Secord, Hinton, Wojcinski and Guyton taking the 400 free relay.
Ian Eisenberger was a double winner (200 free, 500 free) for the Vikings (8-2 NFL).
In Pendleton, the Spartans were led by double winners Alec Toth (200 free, 500 free) and Rob Luckman (50 free, 100 back).
Other individual winners for Starpoint were Andrew Luckman (200 IM) and Lester Wagner (100 butterfly).
Starpoint won two out three relays as well with Andrew Luckman, Rob Luckman, Brandon Smith and Drew Howard winning the 200 medley relay and Toth, Howard, Andrew Luckman and Tony Zanation claiming the 200 free relay.
Robert Coatsworth (100 free) and Joshua Jansen (100 breast) earned wins for Iroquois.
Starpoint has five more league meets left in the regular season, Menges said.
 
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MIDDLEPORT — In a battle of the Niagara-Orleans League's top two swim teams, coach Bruce Matthews' Roy-Hart squad made a statement with a convincing victory over Barker on Tuesday evening.

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