Complete-game performances by Tom Januchowski (Lancaster) and Jeremy Dufault gave Erie Community College's baseball team a doubleheader sweep of Waubonsee (Ill.) Thursday in Fort Myers, Fla.
Januchowski scattered six hits and struck out six in an 11-2 win. ECC (4-4-1) won the second game, 3-1, as Dufault tossed a five-hitter and fanned six.
Timon/St. Jude graduates Scott Davis and Mark Vogel had two hits and two RBIs in the opener. Davis added two more hits and Brian Jaworski (Cheektowaga) and Nathan Grant had two each for the Kats.
Also in Fort Myers, Buffalo State was beaten by Elgin CC (Ill.), 12-8, and Dupage (Ill.), 12-0. Brian McKenzie had three hits and Fran Beller added two in Game One.
HOCKEY: Josh Oort of Canisius College has been invited to play in the Eastern College Division All-Star Game at 2 p.m. Sunday at Plattsburgh State.
Oort, a senior forward from St. Catharines, Ont., finished fourth in the Eastern College Athletic Conference with 17 goals and 30 assists. He ranks third in the nation in scoring and assists and 20th in goals. He is third in Canisius history in scoring (172), third in assists (105) and is the school's leader in power-play goals in a season (16) and career (27).
SOFTBALL: Erie CC (3-5) dropped a pair of one-run games to Morton College in Orlando, Fla. Kim Lawrence had three hits in a 3-2 loss in the opener. In the nightcap, Morton tied it with a five-run seventh inning and won it in the eighth, 8-7, on a sacrifice fly. Kristen Jezewski had three hits and two RBIs in the nightcap and Jackie Hayward had four hits in the doubleheader for the Lady Kats, who will play in the Pasco Hernando Tournament Saturday in New Port Richie, Fla.
Nicole Cefaratti (West Seneca West) had three hits and two RBIs and Destra Tontala (Williamsville North) went 3 for 3 with three runs scored as Buffalo State routed UMass-Dartmouth, 9-0, in five innings in Fort Myers. The Bengals (6-2) were not as fortunate in the second game, falling to Chicago, 6-5, in nine innings. Jacque Atkinson had three hits and scored twice in the loss.