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Legislator Hardwick congratulates Tonawanda Warriors Boys Basketball Team


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oneilj - Posted on 18 March 2011

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick (R-Tonawanda) today congratulated members of the Tonawanda Warriors High School Varsity Boys Basketball team for capturing the 2011 ECIC IV Conference championship crown.

 

Legislator Hardwick presented the players and coaches with a proclamation honoring their accomplishment at the regular session meeting of the Erie County Legislature.

 Tonawanda Basketball

“I am so proud of this team for bringing the ECIC IV championship home,” Legislator Hardwick said. “Throughout the season, these players demonstrated a brotherhood of athletic ability and good sportsmanship that is second to none. I commend the faculty, staff, coaches, families, and of course the team players, for an outstanding year and congratulate them on their success.”

 

The Warriors captured the ECIC IV Conference title by defeating rival Lackawanna 33-32 to clinch its first league championship since 1958.  A 58-40 victory over Eden secured sole possession of the ECIC IV crown for the team.

 

Joining Legislator Hardwick at today’s session were members of the Tonawanda Warriors basketball team, including seniors Steven Stich, Kyle Schroeder, Shane Foster, Jorge Carvajal, Mark Gillmeister, and Tom DePesquale;  juniors Josh Mileham, Jesse Lalka, Leo Saniewski, Andy Smith, Jake Spencer, and Chuck Burtch; sophomore Clayton Hess; Coach Hank Hughes; and Manager Will Styslowsky.