Lockport Union-Sun & Journal Online


December 4, 2013

Pin Lions swept by the Falcons

Wilkesmore rolls superb 217-612 in Lockport loss.



Kendall’s Nicole Browe provided the only scoring of the third quarter with a three-pointer, after Barker had opened up a 13-12 advantage at halftime. Browe led all scorers with 11 points.
Kendall took a 20-19 lead midway through the final quarter on a three-pointer by Shelby Reis, but the Lady Raiders quickly responded to take the lead for good on a two-point jumper by Melissa Grosshans.
Barker is now 1-0 on the season, and coach Jeff Costello’s squad is off until its Niagara-Orleans League opener against Newfane a week from Friday.
Lockport 3, St. Francis 2
Nichols 7, Lockport 2
The Lockport ice Lions split two games at the 2013 Nichols Thanksgiving Tournament.
Head coach Rick Eberhart’s Lions recorded a stunning second-game comeback victory over St. Francis.
Leading the way for LHS with a total of four tournament points was team captain Conner Haseley, setting up Brad Niedzialowski for the game-winner for a total of two tournament goals.
The Lions lost Game 1 to Nichols, trailing by just 2-1 until the last seven minutes of the game.
“It was a stellar effort where the boys gave 100 percent, but in the end, their efforts caught up with them and exhaustion set in,” Eberhart said.
Lockport’s two goals came from John Ottaviano and Kellen Corallo, with assists to Dan Morreale and Conner Haseley.
In their second tournament game, Lockport was again losing 2-1, when they saw opportunity and scored two goals on short-handed St. Francis with 1:30 left in the third period to win it.
“The boys were down a goal and responded to the challenge well. They did a great job of buckling down and staying out of the penalty box, really capitalizing on the power play” Eberhart said.
The Niedzialowski brothers were a powerhouse, scoring the three goals between them. Ryan scored the first goal of the game and Brad scored two, including the game-winner. Assists came from Conner Haseley, asst. captain Will Lions and Ryan Niedzialowski.

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