GIHS Sports Briefs - Week Ending December 24, 2003

Girls basketball
WNY Holiday Shootout
Holy Angels 59 - Grand Island 34
Meghan MacGuire led Grand Island with 10 points.

Girls bowling
Niagara Frontier League
Grand Island 5, Niagara Falls 2

Boys bowling
Niagara Frontier League
Grand Island 6, Niagara Falls 1

Boys Indoor Track - WNY Leaders
55-meter hurdles - State record: 7.22 FAT; Sec. VI: 7.44 FAT
Mike Feathers (Grand Island) 7.8
State record: 6.31 FAT; Sec. VI:
6.3 Gentile (Wmsv. South) 6.6; Brett Csont (Dunkirk) 6.7; Dan Hacker (Depew) 6.7; Muron McCullum (Spring) 6.7; Jon Ricotta (Canisius) 6.7; Kyle Berger (GI) 6.8; Glen Bird (GI) 6.8
300-meter dash - state record: 33.54 FAT Sec. VI: 35.7 Brian Fleck (Ken East) 38.8; Jon LaFaso (Can) 38.8; Neal Heary (Spring) 39.0; Feathers (GI) 39.3
Long Jump - State record: 25-73/4; Sec. VI: 23-2 Tim Diegelman (Clar) 20-71/2; Kyle Berger (GI) 20-2
High Jump - State record: 7-4; Sec. VI: 6-111/4 Chris Welt (Depew) 6-2; Tim Diegelman (Clar) 6-1; Pixley (Pioneer) 6-0; Feathers (GI) 5-10

Girls basketball - Nonleague - Dec. 22, 203 at Grand Island
Grand Island 56 - Mount St. Mary 42
Grand Island (4-3): Ashton Duda 13, Ashley Frieday 20, Meghan MacGuire 5, Lauren Nedwick 10, Ja. Stickl 8, Je. Stickl.
Halftime: Grand Island, 28-16. 3-point goals: Ashton Duda, Meghan MacGuire.
According to the Buffalo News, Ashleigh Frieday had 20 points and eight rebounds as Grand Island defeated Mount St. Mary, 56-42. Ashton Duda added 13 points and Lauren Nedwick chipped in with 10 points and eight rebounds.

All Western New York Soccer
Corinne Razem, a senior and Jessica Remmes, a 10th grader at Grand Island High School were named to the first team All Western New York Soccer. Corinne Razem, Jessica Remmes and 10th grader Cortney Bota were named to the Niagara Frontier League First Team. Named to the Second Team were Jessica Skelly, Amy Stewart and Sara Hilliard. Honorable Mention went to Jessica Kuehne, Lauren Newwick and Alicia Barnaby.

WNY Individual Rankings
275-Jason Weber (Orchard Park); Colin Thompson (Grand Island).