Defending champion Jordan Freedman of Williamsville East and 1991 titlist Jay Udwadia of Williamsville North notched impressive victories Tuesday at the Section VI boys tennis tournament at the University at Buffalo.
Freedman beat Allegany's Dan Mazon, 6-0, 6-1, and Kenmore East's Joe Worrell, 6-0, 6-1, while Udwadia topped Lars Czikowski of Maple Grove, 6-4, 6-1, and Jeff Roth of Grand Island, 6-2, 6-2.
Freedman will meet Wibisono Murdono of Sweet Home and Udwadia takes on Jon Stemerman of Williamsville South for an all-ECIC semifinals Thursday at UB.
NFL: Junior right-hander Scott Karstedt (4-3) fired a no-hitterand hit a grand slam as Kenmore East (9-6) blanked LaSalle, 16-0. . . . Kenmore West (11-5) won the overall NFL title with a 1-0 crossover playoff victory over No. 6 large school Tonawanda (10-5). Chris Marzec scored the decisive run on a single by Craig Panzica (two hits) in the top of the fourth inning. Senior left-hander Joe Thomas tossed a three-hitter and struck out 11 for the win. . . . Jim Rose drove in three runs to pace regular-season lchamp Lew-Port (11-4) past Niagara-Wheatfield, 8-4. . . . Sean Kelly's RBI single in the bottom of the seventh gave Lockport (6-10) a 5-4 win over Grand Island.
Cornell Cup: Matt Wylie RBI single in the top of the eighth gave City Honors (9-2) a tie for the league title with a 7-6 victory over co-champion McKinley (9-2).
ECIC IV: Pitchers Matt Weierheiser (7-2) and Matt Ryan combined on a one-hitter and 14 strikeouts as No. 8 small school Alden (11-4) rolled to an 18-1 rout of East Aurora.
NFL: Gina LaManna pitched a two-hitter as No. 2 large school North Tonawanda (15-1) clinched the overall league crown with a 10-0 win over No. 6 large school Kenmore East (12-4). . . . Ann Siejka had two hits, two RBIs and stole two bases as No. 7 large school Niagara-Wheatfield (12-4) downed Grand Island, 5-1. . . .Lori Haynes had two hits and three RBIs as Kenmore West (12-4) edged Tonawanda, 8-6. . . . Heather Hughes tossed a two-hitter and added three hits, four RBIs and two runs as Lockport (7-9) routed Niagara Falls, 15-3.
Buffalo Public Schools: Lisa Sicurella (home run) and Angela Nicometi had three RBIs each as Lafayette (7-6) outslugged Kensington, 17-15.