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Lackawanna leader. (Lackawanna, N.Y.) 1936-1982, November 04, 1982, Image 8

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V. 3 \\'-,-1 ’* ' A1‘? . '3 -‘ r’ “',' West Seneca on Verge %f Playoff Berth 0 % By Ger'8ld~‘.S!.Iea hopes the..t_eam can provide the same enthusiasm this week at éF1=o[ntier. , Once again, itjhascome down t_o~.the_~las”t. week of theseason to determine a winner in the Seg- tio Federation Division II football crown-. The defense came up with four interceptions. one returned for a ‘touchdown, and held West to a ‘-34 yards rushing. “It was a total. team effort,” Amo said. Last year’s\ victor, West ;SeI_x_eca Easjt, can ret_ain’theetit1e if they perfor.m~ as they did last weekend against c1-‘osestown _riv'a1‘West Seneca West, and get 3; little help _from Orchard Park or Amherst. ‘ “We shut down. their running game and~‘our linebackers; came up with eight sacks on ‘Santiago (West’s quarterback).\ Going into the’ last week, East is in a ~thre,e—way tie with-. Ham- burg and Clarence, but it wozft be as easy as going‘ out andvwin- ning the, last game, andghoping for a loss by the other clubs. A étiesbreaking points-against rule iszinéeffect to determine this year’s Tdivvisipin champion. Cur- rently, Hamburg leads‘ the divi- sion with 35 D points scored against them. East trails with 56, and Clarence has 57*. Fullback Keith? Mason had another strong‘ game with 82 yards on 16 carries, in‘ cluding a touchdown. Mike Morrow made a dazzling catch for a touchdown _ that covered 68‘yardso; as the offense rolled up 203 total yards to West's 51. T The ’inter-division contest had no bearing on East's chances ‘foroao.'DivisionaII crown, on_1y‘the ‘bragging rights to ‘WEst Seneca The ‘Indians? collected over $780 in tho West Seneca -Little Loop =F;ootball_ fund-raising. drive, sponsored by oWend’y’s Old: Eashioned Hamburgers. The Lit- tle Loopcollected a total of $3,112.-35 for their 1982-83 season. “There ‘ _ .a”ne _’s;eve1ral possibilitieS...but?0nr firstpriori- ty is to _beat Frontier,” East Coach Chuc1;.Amo said. Coafch Amo expressed his thanks to all who have sup- ported‘ the team‘ and hoped ‘to see a fgood turnout at Rich Stadium to cheer on the Tro- Jans. _ Little Loop Completes “A shutout is a- must,” he said. A shutout would_ keep East close Iinthe points-against race. 'The:n,ext ~step»is to hope Ham- burg. gives up more than 21 points to: Orchard‘ Park on. Fri- day night . “That’s the thing about this division, it’s’a1wa_ys up in the air as to who will win it all,\ Amo said. Successful Drive Game time at Frontier 2 p.m.:on Saturday. \ Summary; WSE'.._.._....8 7 7 7-29 ‘WSW.,......0 0 0' 0- 0 The West Seneca.Little Loop Football league has collected $3,112.35 in donations for their 1982-83 sports season to pur- chase uniioz-ms, equipment, and pay referee fees. over 350 childrentparticipated in the September gfund-raisiI,1g to collect the/door—to-door cash donations. ' ' ' drive,‘ sponsored by the West Seneca Wendy’s Old. Fashioned Hamburgersfrestaurants. Wendy’s donated $1.39-oft coupons to each of the -children as an incentive forthe driveandl provided with lids uséd The 6- to 9-yea_r-old, 70-pound team, ‘ the Indians, collected $783.53 and received free. Wen-L dy’s_ Pepsi col1P0I1S_ for raising the largest total in the league; WSE-Morrow 68 pass from ‘Stachowiak (Burdzy pass from Sta<;howiak') WSE-G,aj_f¥‘ 35 interception- ('D'z‘iadaszek kick) WSE-Crowley 1 (Dziadaszek kick) WSE‘-Mason 3 run {Dziadaszek kick) “Qur ajmancesfare as goodas Clar.ence’s» or _Hamburg’s,~” he said. :Mar>ty% Bressor L_ead]S lndAians% to Playoffs With a Sound performance. by the whole squad against West last week, Coach Amo cou1dn’t single out any players, and he E Pfister and Manchso ~ %Au-carbonic . 'E;J.~ Pijfister -and Ross Man- cuso of the St. Francis High School golf earned All- Catholic .honors in the Msgr. Martin CHSAA A1l~Catholic Meet this ‘past week. P earned AC honors for the third time in as many tries, once again gaining medalist honors witha~74.L West Seneca. West Golf. Team Wins its 10th Division Title By Joe Idberatote Coach Whieldon ‘said, “aixd he likes to intirnidate goalies with hard;-ri ! shot.” - Led by Erie County's 1013 scorer, the West Senepa West Indians soccer‘ team plays their first playoff game .afga‘ins't Ken- ‘morevwest thisFWedne's_day. The Indians, led by Senior _Marty Bressor won 11 games, tied two, and1os't.£ive¢thi’s year. Bressor, a team’sA worth Qf goals himself. scored 30 goals and collected seven assists“ to iead the county in scoring. Coach Whieldon said that Bressor has a shot like a can- non, and an.ajrn that is always “right o‘n'target”. “He intimidates goalies by waiting, until the last possible moTm,ent,\’Wh‘ie1don said, “and then he gives them a shot so [powerful and strong that many of the goaltenders have a hard time ThandIing'it.” . Bressor scores at a Piice of almost two goals a game, and must fz that many goals agame. West Seneca West golf team has won its 10th divisional title. The team 11'-1.’ \the lowest score per round at Cazenovia. He scored a 33 for 'nine holes; Bob Keenen, Sean Feeley, Tom ,Feel9.Y and Jim Docktorscoredkey points in the golf matches. _ The six senior boys compiled an enviable 38-6 record for iour years. They won two champion- ships, Chris Cox, a four-yea_r senior starter, highlighted‘ the season by tyingthe school 'record*v“v‘it_h a 44 for Izholes, Greg Smith shot a rare‘ eagle 3 ton a pars hole. Tony Canney, Dave Rodgers, Shawn Black and‘Sean_ Cuddihy are all senior players; Ron Kaz- mierczak was the most consis- tgent playervnthe squad arxdhad Mancuso, also a junior, was an AC for .the'f_irst time thispast season, as the Red Raiders finished tied for second‘ in; AC team scoring. -Indians Coach Tomfwhieldon said that B,riss\or is one of the most intense players he has ever seem Swim Team Boosters was the 10th title for Coach Jpe Feeley, the present Litt1£_a_'15hree ch-ampion. “When he’s out there,. we c_an’t-«even talk to him from the sidelines,” Whieldon said. “He is always thinking. of the next» play, always trying‘ to figure out where the ball will go next,” he said; \ Coach Whieldon said that most of -the time“, Bressor is right, and when he is right, he is always on target with shot. “He is always ‘where the next shot on goal will come from,” To Hold Meeting CoaCh‘Wh‘ieldon said that the count? all-star team ‘should be announced nextweek, andwhen it is, Marty 'B1'.ess'o‘x\ has a s’m:e shot at makingthee team. ~ The playoffs be a single elimination tournament. A team continues playing as‘ long as \it keeps ‘winning Coach Whie1d0!i.s'aid'_.. The We§t Seneca Competitive Swim Boosters hold its‘ monthly meeting Wednes- day, Nov. 17, from 7-9g.p.m. at the West Seneca Seniorecitizens’ Center, 4620 Seneca St. (use rear entrance). ‘ At time, local swimmers are invited’ for a pep rally, where they be-serlved pizza andpop. Thi’s\Wil1be—in prepara- tion. for‘ .fhe.first meet. The swim meet ‘schedule begins on Nov. 20, when the Sharks_ will host .Dunkirk-/ Fredonia at West Seneca West. Senior High School. Warm~ups begihkattl p;I_11I.; ‘the .meet:begins at .1‘:30‘p.m. The chgmpionship will be decided sometime around the [week-of Thanksgiving, he said. Tops Dinner Supreme. Set for Nov. 78 Flea Market The West 'WoI_nan’§ Club and Tops Marketsiwill hold their fujist Tops Dinner Supreme on Nov. 8 _at‘ 7:30jp.m...It held in ‘the Ebeneiex United Church of Christ Education _Building, 616 Main St, ‘West With the d'inner”th.:re‘W‘i1_I be a White Elephant Sale and .genei_ra‘li meeting. All are in- vited; For more information, ca1i‘8z8i-1154 or 675-8943.. Atwést Seneca West > Interested- in‘ selling your You can rent. a Ataible on Nov. 20, from 9_a.m.:_to 2'p.m“., at West Seneca West Senior High school. “ 'at2or':,I'='=I==':**-nu I cannot’a wnstemy time maltiug money. LOUIS AGASSIZ an’ .1: * air‘ at at at war ‘ j The event _is'spo_nsored _by the Red. Cross Club of West Seneca Wesb .. _ My,fathér‘ia’u'g’ht.-me ~m z'vork:}1e did not tédch meglwrlove it. ABRAHAM -LIN(.'()'I..’V *t****¢* For further, information, ‘call Mr. Konrad Maia: at~674-.5300‘. __;November 3,1982 The Leader»

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