SINCLAIRVILLE - ''I tried everything on defense,'' Cassadaga Valley head coach Mark Petersen said after Randolph's McKenna Maycock came through with a banner performance in CCAA Division 2 girls basketball action on Friday night.
Maycock tossed in 30 points, with several coming in the first quarter, as Randolph went to 3-0 in the league and 5-1 overall with a 56-32 verdict over Cassadaga Valley (3-2, 1-1).
''She started hot,'' said Petersen as Maycock swished 15 points in a 20-10 first quarter advantage.
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Cassadaga Valley’s Jessica Burch (15) defends Randolph’s McKenna Maycock (10), during their non-league girls basketball game Friday night.
Most of the baskets were on layups, but she added a 3-pointer.
Maycock added five more points in the second quarter for 20 points in a 34-14 halftime edge. She also grabbed 14 points.
Mandy Fitch provided five steals and five assists while hauling down nine rebounds for the Lady Cardinals.
Shawana Miller grabbed 12 rebounds and Kristi Zink 11 for the Lady Cougars. Zink led in scoring with nine points and Miller contributed eight.
CCAA Division 3
CLCS 56, Westfield 22
WESTFIELD - The Chautauqua Lake Lady Thunderbirds (6-0, 2-0) used a suffocating defense to run away with a 56-22 victory over Westfield (4-3, 0-1) on Friday in CCAA Division 3 girls basketball action.
The stifling defense led to 27 steals and helped the visitors jump out to a 15-0 first-quarter lead and a 32-8 halftime advantage.
"That zone is really hard to score against," Westfield coach Rich Morrison said. "They are just playing defense unbelievably well."
The visitors were led by Ashton Albanesius who poured in 18 points and pulled down 18 rebounds. Jenna Einink finished with eight points and 10 boards. The Lady Thunderbirds outrebounded the home team, 46-26. Courtney Hewes and Albanesius each had six steals.
Emily Archer led the Lady Wolverines with 12 points while Andrea Cooke and Kari Knopp each had six rebounds.
CCAA Division 4
Sherman 80, Brocton 27
BROCTON - Ellen Reed had a quadruple-double Friday night, helping Sherman (4-0, 2-0) cruise past Brocton (0-5, 0-2), 80-27, during CCAA Division 4 girls basketball action.
Ellen Reed had a game-high 37 points, 13 rebounds, 12 assists and 11 steals while Danielle Reed chipped in 12 points, 12 rebounds and seven blocks in the win.
The Lady Wildcats jumped out to a 25-4 first-quarter lead, before outscoring the Lady Bulldogs, 15-12 in the second to take a 39-17 lead into the break. Then, in the second half, Sherman outscored Brocton, 41-11, for the the 80-27 final.
Bridget Yaw added 20 points in the win for Sherman while Jessica Putcher led Brocton with 11 points. Brooke Kuschell added 10 points and six rebounds for the Lady Bulldogs.
Brocton is off until Jan. 4, while Sherman will compete in the Jamestown Community College Holiday Tournament on Dec. 27.