BUFFALO — Six different Lockport wrestlers earned pins on Wednesday as head coach Joe Scapelliti’s defending Niagara Frontier League-champion Lions improved to a league-best 5-0 with a dominating 61-19 victory at Kenmore West.

LHS senior Marquise Sanders (138), juniors Jeremy Regis (145), Jason Robillard (220) and Tylor Rivera (285); and sophomores Max Feeney (99) and Dontay Gill (113) all recorded victories by fall for the top-ranked blue and gold.

Gill posted the fastest pin, stopping Ken West’s Joseph Greco in 56 seconds. Also for the Lions, Rivera pinned Taylor Klute of the Blue Devils in 1:40, Robillard pinned Jason Wilkinson in 2:56, Feeney dismissed Torey Turner in 2:59, Regis pinned Jason Vollmer of Ken West in 4:14; and Sanders stopped Alex Loukataris in 4:28.

Fresh off his Lockport Tournament victory, Lions all-time winningest wrestler Anthony Orefice recorded a major decision win at 126 pounds, beating Christian Bauman of the Blue Devils, 12-1.

In one other match, Lockport’s Vinny Eberhart (152) defeated Daniel Nice of Ken West, 7-1.

Registering forfeit wins for the Lions were Mitchell Seaver (106), Kirk Feeney (160) and Ross Provenzano (182).

Earning a pin for the home team was Anthony Argentieri (120) and Curtis Miller (170). Argentieri pinned Brian Rolon of the Lions in 3:35, while Miller stopped Jacob Szymanski in 2:52.

Ken West’s Mitchell Currey (195) posted a 13-0 major decision win over Lockport’s Michael Daskavitz. In one other match, Paul Bavisotto (132) of the Blue Devils bested Steven Kapuscinski of the Lions, 4-2.


St. Joe’s @ Starpoint

PENDLETON — The Spartans suffered just their first loss of the 2014-15 season at home on Wednesday night in a non-league hoops contest.

Senior center Ed Tabone led the Marauders (4-8 overall) with a team-high 12 points. Dom Morreale added 11 for head coach Mark Simon’s Catholic School team.

Junior Ben Walters led head coach Ben Scaffidi’s Spartans (8-1 overall) with a game-high 16 points, including four, 3-point baskets. Junior Christian Nodine added a dozen points for the garnet and gray and junior Brock Kroening chipped in with eight points.

Albion 62, Newfane 59

ALBION — The host Purple Eagles got off to a great start Wednesday, leading by seven after one quarter and by 18 at the half, 34-16, before coasting to their second N-O win in three games this season. Albion is 2-2 overall.

Leading Albion was senior Desmond Blackmon with a game-high 23 points, including five, 3-point baskets. Senior Alex Bison added nine points for head coach Brennan Meakin’s Purple Eagles.

Senior Sam Watkins topped head coach Eric Klumpp’s Panthers (1-3 N-O, 2-6 overall) with a team-high 13 points. Also for Newfane, freshman Max Weber netted 12, while senior Kyle Burdick and junior Chad Gilson chipped in with 10 points apiece.

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