Hornets fall to Panthers on Senior Night, 49-44; North Collins falls again
FORESTVILLE — The Forestville boys basketball team (7-9, 6-4) celebrated its Senior Night against Section VI CCAA Division 2 East opponent Franklinville (8-10, 7-3) on Thursday night. The Panthers spoiled the senior celebration with a 49-44 league win against the Hornets.
“Many of the seniors have been dedicated to the program for many years,” stated Forestville head coach Jon Feniello. “I am greatful for everything they have done for the Forestville basketball program. It was great to be able to honor all of their accomplishments and achievements.”
The contest was pretty tight all the way through, Franklinville just managed to maintain the lead and execute when needed. Kameron Ramadhan was the leading scorer on the evening with 15 points for Franklinville, while Logan and Blake Frank added 13 and 12 points, respectively.
Forestville’s effort was led by Javier West with 14 points, seven rebounds and five assists, Jake Smith had 10 points and eight rebounds, Dalton Hastings had nine points, seven rebounds and four assists and Gavin Christian added nine points.
The Hornets are back in action at Fredonia State against Clymer this Saturday.
Ellicottville 61, North Collins 48
NORTH COLLINS — The Ellicottville Eagles (16-3, 10-0) finished atop the CCAA Division 2 East undefeated again, with a final 61-48 win over the North Collins Eagles (8-11, 5-5) at North Collins High School, on Thursday.
North Collins received another double-double from Tyler Robinson in the loss as he grabbed 12 points and 18 rebounds along with six blocks and Dominic Fricano added 10 points.
Ellicottville was led by Leif Jimerson with 22 points on the night.
North Collins closes out the regular season on Tuesday in Eden.
Frewsburg 80, Brocton 34
FREWSBURG – Frewsburg erupted for 34 first-quarter points on its way to an 80-34 Division 2 West victory over Brocton.
Jameson Sposato led the way in the opening eight minutes, tallying 11 of his 16 points, while Brad Nelson had 8 and Aaron Hair chipped in 11.
“It was just their night,” Frewsburg coach Tom Nelson said.
All told, the Bears (15-5, 10-4) connected on 12 3-pointers, including seven in the first quarter. By halftime, they led 52-14.
Brad Nelson finished with 19 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and three blocks; Hair had 18 points and nine boards; and Peyton Hayes added 13 points, eight rebounds and four blocks.
Seth McFadden had 14 points and Mike Steward added 12 for the Bulldogs (3-17, 1-13).
Jayvees: Frewsburg won.