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Clymer dominates second half to down Panama

CLYMER — A 9-0 run at the end of the first half gave Clymer the lead for good in a 56-26 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 West victory over Panama.

The Panthers (0-3, 0-3) led 18-17 late in the second quarter before the Pirates (4-0, 4-0) had their run keyed by 5 points from Hunter Wassink. The senior captain then scored 6 more points during the third quarter, in which Clymer outscored the guests, 13-3.

Wassink led the hosts with 22 points while Matthew White grabbed nine rebounds. Bishop Kopta had five rebounds and five steals.

Gabe Roth led Panama with 9 points to go along with six rebounds; Brent Marotto had 8 points and four steals; and Nick Huffman grabbed a team-high seven rebounds.

PANAMA (26)

Roth 2 4 9, Brown 1 1 3, Marotto 3 0 8, Olson 1 0 3, Ramsey 0 0 0, Schnars 0 0 0, Ryan 0 0 0, Huffman 1 1 3. Totals 8 6 26.

CLYMER (56)

BiKopta 2 2 6, Wassink 8 4 22, AWhite 2 0 6, Hepler 4 0 8, Shampoe 0 0 0, MWhite 2 0 4, McIntyre 2 0 5, Willink 1 0 3, Battaglia 1 0 2. Totals 22 6 56.

3-point goals–Roth, Marotto 2, Olson, Wassink 2, AWhite 2, McIntyre, Willink.

Panama 7 11 3 5 — 26

Clymer 11 15 13 17 — 56

Jayvees: Panama won.

SWABIK, CARRIS POWER SHERMAN

SHERMAN — John Swabik and Gerald Carris combined for 42 points in the first three quarters as Sherman breezed to an 87-34 Division 2 West win over Cassadaga Valley.

Swabik had all 21 of his points in the first half as the Wildcats built a 46-23 lead. Carris remained in the game for about another four minutes and finished with 21 points of his own as Sherman led 67-25 after three quarters.

In his first varsity game, Elijah Kioko had 14 points and seven rebounds for the Wildcats (3-1, 3-1). Swabik had seven rebounds, five assists and five steals; Carris had five rebounds and three assists; and Keith Gormley had 11 points, six rebounds and four steals.

Wyatt Harrington led the Cougars (0-6, 0-4) with 12 points.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (34)

Russo 0 0 0, Runge 0 0 0, Harrington 5 2 12, Pierce 1 1 4, LeBaron 3 1 7, Austin 2 2 6, Haskins 1 0 3, Pingitore 0 0 0, Thompson 1 0 2. Totals 13 6 34.

SHERMAN (87)

JoSwabik 8 2 21, Carris 8 1 21, Ayers 0 0 0, Hayes 2 1 5, Swan 0 1 1, Sears 3 0 7, Gormley 5 0 11, JaSwabik 2 0 5, Kioko 6 1 14, Meeder 0 2 2. Totals 34 8 87.

3-point goals–Pierce, Haskins, JoSwabik 3, Carris 4, Sears, Gormley, JaSwabik, Kioko.

Cassadaga Valley 15 8 2 9 — 34

Sherman 25 21 21 20 — 87

TROJANS COAST PAST GOWANDA

Aidan Kennedy had 18 points to lead Southwestern, which led Gowanda 29-0 after the first quarter en route to a 74-36 nonleague victory.

All 10 players scored for the Trojans (5-0, 3-0 CCAA D1 West). Jason Ni grabbed six rebounds and Max Marshall had five rebounds in the win.

John Ondus led the Panthers (1-3, 1-2) with 13 points.

GOWANDA (36)

Rosier 3 1 8, MasBrowning 4 0 8, Herman 1 1 3, Ondus 4 3 13, Harbison 1 0 2, Milne 0 0 0, Ruff 0 2 2. Totals 13 7 36.

SOUTHWESTERN (74)

Munir 1 0 3, Kennedy 9 0 18, Pannes 4 0 8, Ricker 4 0 8, Johnson 2 0 4, Ni 3 3 9, Pirrello 4 0 8, Marshall 3 0 6, Pierce 3 0 7, Mathews 1 0 3. Totals 34 3 74.

3-point goals–Rosier, Ondus 2, Munir, Pierce, Mathews.

Gowanda 0 13 11 12 — 36

Southwestern 29 17 22 6 — 74

Jayvees: Southwestern won, 56-19.

PORTVILLE SURVIVES LATE

PORTVILLE — Franklinville’s last-second jumper from the free throw line bounced off the rim and Portville escaped with a 46-45 nonleague victory.

Maxx Yehl led Portville (2-2, 1-1 CCAA D1 East) with 16 points and 15 rebounds; Joe Long had 13 points, seven rebounds and two steals; and Nathan Petruzzi grabbed seven rebounds.

Logan Frank led Franklinville (3-1, 3-0 CCAA D2 East) with 19 points, nine rebounds and two assists while Blake Frank had 18 points and five steals.

FRANKLINVILLE (45)

Bielecki 0 0 0, BFrank 8 1 18, Peters 1 0 2, Terwilliger 1 1 3, Shenk 1 0 3, LFrank 6 5 19, Green 0 0 0, Faliero 0 0 0, Stewart 0 0 0, Trietley 0 0 0. Totals 17 7 45.

PORTVILLE (46)

Mathes 1 0 2, Griffin 3 1 8, Long 5 2 13, Petruzzi 2 2 7, Yehl 7 1 16, Stone 0 0 0, Kenjockety 0 0 0. Totals 18 6 46.

3-point goals–BFrank, Shenk LFrank 2, Griffin, Long, Petruzzi, Yehl.

Franklinville 6 9 15 15 — 45

Portville 12 9 16 9 — 46

T’WOLVES WIN THURSDAY

CATTARAUGUS — Host Cattaraugus-Little Valley (2-1) topped Pine Valley, 51-46, on Thursday in Division 2 East play behind 11 points from Johnny Visnesky and 10 from Clayton Frentz.

Kordell Oakes led Pine Valley 0-2) with 17 points. Bryce Sercu had 12 points and seven assists; Wayne Libby eight rebounds and nine points; and Travis West 16 rebounds for Pine Valley.

PINE VALLEY (46)

Sercu 6 0 12, Libby 3 3 9, Oakes 6 4 17, West 1 0 2, Gugliemi 2 0 6. Totals 18 7 46.

CATTARAUGUS-LITTLE VALLEY (51)

Colton 1 0 2, Allen 3 0 9, Perkins 1 3 5, Volk 2 0 4, Frentz 4 0 10, Furl 1 0 2, Halterman 3 1 8, Visnesky 3 3 11. Totals 18 7 51.

3-point goals–Oakes, Gugliemi 2, Allen 3, Frentz 2, Halterman, Visnesky 2.

Pine Valley 5 16 15 10 — 46

Cattaraugus-Little Valley 12 11 12 16 — 51

Jayvees: Cattaraugus-Little Valley won, 62-47.

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