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Pattyson shines, Cougars edge Dunkirk

SINCLAIRVILLE — Kaylee Pattyson had a game to remember Thursday night, pouring in 32 points and grabbing 28 rebounds to send Cassadaga Valley to a 55-46 victory over Dunkirk to highlight area girls basketball action.

Sarah Meder added 12 points, 16 rebounds and four assists; and Aliyah Hopkins chipped in 4 points and eight rebounds.

The Cougars put the game away in the third quarter when they outscored the Marauders, 17-6.

Molly Dicara paced Dunkirk with 20 points and four rebounds; Tachiana Garcia added 17 points and three steals; and Octavia Porter collected 4 points and 8 rebounds.

T’BIRDS COME UP JUST SHORT

MAYVILLE — Chautauqua Lake nearly posted a come-from-behind victory, but its rally came up just short in a 46-44 Division 1 West loss to Olean.

The Huskies (2-1, 2-0) were led by Nora Sweitzer with 16 points and Anayah Parks-Barker with 10.

Alexis Jacobson paced the Thunderbirds (3-1, 3-1) with 13 points, six steals and six assists; Rebecca Henry added 9 points and 10 rebounds; and Lily Woodis chipped in five assists and seven rebounds.

Olean led 31-16 at halftime, but Chautauqua Lake had a chance to tie the game in the fourth quarter, but missed a layup with seconds remaining.

“We clawed our way back into it,” Thunderbirds coach Bill Persons said. “Having a chance to win is all I can ask of my kids. I can’t take anything away from them.”

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OLEAN (46)

Thomas 0 0 0, Martin 3 0 6, Sweitzer 6 3 16 Nora, Parks-Barker 4 0 10, Anayah, Federowicz 1 3 5, LWilliams 2 0 5, MWilliams 1 0 2, Foster 1 0 2, Totals 18 6 46.

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (44)

Obert 2 0 4, Henry 4 1 9, Roush 1 1 3, Alfa 2 0 4, Erickson 0 0 0, Jacobson 3 6 13, Weise 3 0 6, Woodis 2 0 5, Totals 17 8 44.

3-point goals–Sweitzer, Parks-Barker 2, LWilliams, Jacobson, Woodis.

Olean 13 18 2 13 — 46

Chautauqua Lake 10 6 12 16 — 44

Jayvees: Chautauqua Lake won.

GOWANDA FALLS

PORTVILLE — Portville snuck by Gowanda with a 58-56 final, thanks to a 27-point effort from Mallory Welty that included eight 3-pointers.

Welty would add six rebounds and four assists, while Mia Hlasnick had 8 points and 10 assists.

Mia Welty chipped in four assists and 6 points, Reggie Tkacik had 13 rebounds and Lilly Bentley eight rebounds and 15 points in the win.

Miya Scanlan had 12 points and Aaliyah Stevens had 13 points for Gowanda.

GOWANDA (56)

M. Scanlan 4 1 12, Snyder 1 0 3, Kota 4 0 9, Young 1 0 3, Stevens 6 1 13, C. Scanlan 3 0 6. Stevens 4 0 10. Totals 23 2 56.

PORTVILLE (58)

Mal. Welty 8 3 27, Hlasnick 4 0 8, Mia Welty 2 0 6, Tkacik 1 0 2, Bentley 6 3 15. Totals 21 6 58.

3-point goals: Ma. Welty 8, Mi. Welty 2, M. Scanlan 3, Stevens 2, Snyder, Kota, Young.

Gowanda 18 11 15 11–56

Portville 19 14 14 11–58

Jayvees: Portville won.

PETERSON PACES FALCONER

SALAMANCA — Courtnee Peterson did a little bit of everything and that helped Falconer to a 48-20 victory over Salamanca.

In addition to scoring 9 points, she also had seven rebounds, 10 steals and one block. Tess Spangenburg chipped in with 13 points and Rachael Harper collected 8 points and six rebounds. The win raised the Golden Falcons’ record to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in the league.

Jaeden Hubbard, Jillian Rea and Bella Wolfe had eight, seven and seven rebounds respectively for Salamanca (0-4, 0-2). Marla Warrior chipped in with four steals.

FALCONER (48)

Harper 3 2 8, Fenton 4 0 9, Lundmark 1 3 5, Krenzer 1 0 2, Lynn 1 0 2, Peterson 3 3 9, Spangenburg 5 0 13, Totals 14 8 48.

SALAMANCA (20)

Warner 2 0 6, Hubbard 1 0 2, Rea 1 1 3, Wolfe 1 0 2, Crouse 1 0 2, Monahan 2 0 5, Totals 8 1 20.

Jayvees: Falconer 31, Salamanca 21.

CLYMER DOWNS WESTFIELD

WESTFIELD — Clymer (1-1, 1-0) was a 47-37 winner over Westfield (0-2, 0-2) in CCAA Division 2 West play thanks to a balanced scoring attack that included 10 points from Alexis Neckers, 9 from Mikala Einink and 7 from Karlen Honey.

Honey also grabbed 15 rebounds, while Einink had eight steals and five assists.

Haleigh Dellow had 11 points and nine rebounds for the Wolverines while Heather Johnston added 6 points and seven rebounds.

CLYMER (47)

Ordines 2 0 5, White 3 0 6, Nyweide 0 1 1, Woods 1 0 2, Neckers 3 3 10, Einink 4 0 9, Wiggers 3 0 7, Honey 3 1 7. Totals 19 5 47.

WESTFIELD (37)

Dellow 3 5 11, Vacanti 1 2 5, Smith 2 1 6, Barresi 1 0 2, Bestine 1 3 5, Seger 1 0 2, Johnston 3 0 6. Totals 12 11 37.

3-point goals: Ordines, Neckers, Einink, Smith, Vacanti.

Clymer 13 11 12 11–47

Westfield 7 12 8 10–37

Jayvees: Clymer won.

DRAGONS EARN FIRST VICTORY

ALLEGANY — Maple Grove (1-3) earned its first win of the year with a 54-35 CCAA Division 1 West win over Allegany-Limestone (1-3).

Madison Price led the winners with 16 points and five blocks while Courtney Martin added 14 points and 11 rebounds. Taylor Bower had 4 points and five steals while Erin Mansfield added five steals.

Gianna DeRose led the Gators with 16 points.

MAPLE GROVE (54)

Martin 7 0 14, Tarbrake 2 0 4, Mansfield 0 0 0, Mason 0 0 0, M. Price 5 6 16, Bower 1 1 4, Fisher 8 0 16, C. Price 0 0 0. Totals 23 7 54.

ALLEGANY LIMESTONE (35)

Ralston 0 0 0, DeRose 5 5 16, Wolfgang 0 0 0, Hemphill 0 0 0, Gleason 1 0 2, Louser 4 2 11, Stayer 1 0 2, Lippert 1 0 2, Callen 0 2 2. Totals 12 9 35.

3-point goals: DeRose, Louser, Bower.

Maple Grove 12 14 13 15–54

Allegany Limestone 7 8 3 17–35

TUESDAY

FALCONER PREVAILS

GOWANDA — Falconer was a 45-39 winner over Gowanda on Tuesday thanks to a 14-point night from Tess Spangenburg that included four 3s.

Rachael Harper chipped in 6 points, nine boards and two blocks, while Grace Lundmark added 7 points, 10 boards and four steals.

Courtnee Peterson added 9 points, 12 boards and three steals in the win.

Miya Scanlan led Gowanda with 14 points.

FALCONER (45)

Harper 3 0 6, Fenton 2 3 7, Lundmark 2 3 7, Krenzer 1 0 2, Lynn 0 0 0, Peterson 4 0 9, Spangenburg 5 0 14. Totals 17 6 45.

GOWANDA (39)

M. Scanlan 5 1 14, Stevens 2 0 4, Scotia Snyder 2 2 6, Stevens 5 1 11, Crissa Scanlan 2 0 4. Totals 16 4 39.

3-point goals: M. Scanlan 3, Peterson, Spangenburg 4.

Falconer 5 19 16 5–45

Gowanda 14 4 15 6–39

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