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Salamanca rallies to hand Southwestern its first loss

SALAMANCA — Freshman Lucus Brown had 16 points and seven rebounds as Salamanca rallied for a 60-48 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 West win over Southwestern on Monday evening.

The Trojans led 30-27 at halftime before the Warriors outscored them, 33-18, in the second half.

Senior Jarod White had his fourth straight double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds while Lucas McKenna added 11 points and five rebounds for Salamanca (2-3, 2-2).

“We played outstanding defense tonight. Southwestern is a dangerous offensive team. They were undefeated coming into the game for a reason,” Salamanca head coach Adam Bennett said. “They share the ball, attack the basket and make it really difficult to guard. We did a nice job of sealing the gaps quickly and keeping them out of the paint. Really proud of our effort tonight against a solid team.”

Calvin Ricker had 15 points, Matt Pannes had 12 and Aidan Kennedy had 11 for Southwestern (5-1, 3-1), which went 5 for 13 from the free throw line.

SOUTHWESTERN (48)

Munir 2 0 5, Kennedy 5 1 11, Johnson 1 1 3, Pannes 5 2 12, Ricker 6 1 15, Ni 1 0 2. Totals 20 5 48.

SALAMANCA (60)

McKenna 3 2 11, Pond 3 1 7, Brown 6 1 16, Herrick 1 0 2, White 5 3 13, Hedlund 2 0 4, Maybee 1 4 7. Totals 21 11 60.

3-point goals–Munir, Ricker 2, McKenna 3, Brown 3, Maybee.

Southwestern 10 20 10 8 — 48

Salamanca 12 15 17 16 — 60

Jayvees: Southwestern won.

KNIGHTS BEAT GOWANDA DESPITE ONDUS’ BIG NIGHT

SILVER CREEK — Sam Braidich, Matt Woleben and Aidan Jamison each hit 3-pointers during a 15-9 second quarter as Silver Creek pulled away from Gowanda en route to a 57-45 Division 1 East victory.

Braidich added 9 of his game-high 21 points in the third quarter for the Black Knights (3-3, 2-2). Woleben finished with 16 points; Ethan Cross grabbed six rebounds; and Braidich had five rebounds.

John Ondus led Gowanda (1-4, 0-4) with 27 points, including six 3-pointers.

GOWANDA (45)

Rosier 2 0 4, Herman 2 0 4, Ondus 10 1 27, MadBrowning 1 0 2, MasBrowning 4 0 8, Milne 0 0 0, Harbison 0 0 0, Ruff 0 0 0. Totals 19 1 45.

SILVER CREEK (57)

Braidich 7 5 21, Woleben 5 4 16, Jamison 3 0 9, Wolverton 1 1 3, Fiegl 3 0 6, Cross 0 2 2, Larson 0 0 0, Watkins 0 0 0. Totals 19 12 57.

3-point goals–Ondus 6, Braidich 2, Woleben 2, Jamison 3.

Gowanda 10 9 12 14 — 45

Silver Creek 12 15 12 18 — 57

Jayvees: Gowanda won.

GATORS STYMIE HILLBILLIES

ALLEGANY — Fredonia struggled offensively in a 46-39 Division 1 West loss to Allegany-Limestone.

The Hillbillies (4-2, 2-2), who had received balanced scoring during a recent string of success, had just two players — Michael Berg and Tyler Putney — score 10 points apiece while the rest of the team combined for just eight field goals.

Tyler Curran led the Gators (3-1, 3-1) with 24 points.

The game was tied at 10 at the end of the first quarter, but after Allegany-Limestone scored to open the second quarter, Fredonia never tied the game again.

In the fourth, the Hillbillies got as close as one at 38-37 with under two minutes remaining, but the Gators scored to make it 40-37 and then went 6 of 6 from the free-throw line down the stretch.

FREDONIA (39)

DGullo 3 0 6, Putney 3 4 10, Berg 4 0 10, Frazier 1 0 3, Lemiszko 2 1 5, Fry 1 1 3, Creeley 0 0 0, Schrader 1 0 2. Totals 15 6 39.

ALLEGANY-LIMESTONE (46)

AGiardini 0 0 0, Curran 9 4 24, Delong 3 2 9, DeCapua 2 0 4, Kwiatkowski 2 3 7, MGiardini 1 0 2, Brockel 0 0 0, Stevenson 0 0 0. Totals 17 9 46.

3-point goals–Berg 2, Frazier.

Fredonia 10 7 11 11 — 39

Allegany-Limestone 10 14 8 14 — 46

BROCTON RETURNS FROM

QUARANTINE

Six Maple Grove players scored during a 20-5 first quarter as the Red Dragons beat Brocton, 66-21, in Division 2 West.

It was the Bulldogs’ first game since being quarantined due to contact tracing resulting from their first game against Frewsburg.

Drew Kelemen led Maple Grove (5-1, 5-1) with 13 points and eight steals; Tucker Fenton had 11 points; Greyson Maloney had 8 points and 10 rebounds; and Cameron Bower grabbed eight rebounds.

Connor Dispense led Brocton (0-2, 0-2) with 9 points.

BROCTON (21)

Ehmke 0 0 0, Gustafson 0 0 0, Bigelow 0 0 0, Mead-Colegrove 2 0 5, Wdowiasz 0 0 0, Dispense 3 2 9, Laurito 1 0 3, St. George 1 2 4, Steward 0 0 0. Totals 7 4 21.

MAPLE GROVE (66)

Gowan 3 0 7, Foley 3 0 7, Vaillancourt 1 0 2, Marsh 3 0 6, Crist 1 1 3, Myles 0 0 0, Kelemen 6 1 13, Fenton 4 2 11, McPherson 1 0 2, Maloney 3 2 8, Whalen 1 0 3, Bower 2 0 4. Totals 28 6 66.

3-point goals–Mead-Colegrove, Dispense, Laurito, Gowan, Foley, Fenton, Whalen.

Brocton 5 6 3 7 — 21

Maple Grove 20 12 22 12 — 66

FRANKS HAVE BIG NIGHT

SOUTH DAYTON — Blake and Logan Frank combined for 56 points as Franklinville rallied to beat Pine Valley, 73-66, in Division 2 East.

Blake Frank scored 14 of his game-high 34 points during a 21-9 second quarter as Franklinville took a 40-26 halftime lead. That was after Logan Frank scored 11 of his 22 points in the first quarter.

Pine Valley (0-3, 0-3) rallied with a 26-16 third quarter during which Kordell Oakes scored 14 of his team-high 30 points. Wayne Libby scored 17 points through three quarters for the hosts, but was injured and didn’t play in the fourth quarter.

Pine Valley actually took a two-point lead early in the fourth quarter before Franklinville pulled out the victory.

Franklinville (4-1, 4-0) 73-66 over Pine Valley (0-3, 0-3) in Division 2 East.

FRANKLINVILLE (73)

Bielecki 0 0 0, Green 0 0 0, Faliero 0 0 0, BFrank 13 3 34, Peters 1 2 4, Terwilliger 4 0 8, Shenk 1 0 3, LFrank 7 6 22, Trietley 1 0 2. Totals 27 11 73.

PINE VALLEY (66)

Sercu 5 1 11, Libby 7 2 17, Oakes 10 4 30, West 2 0 4, Butcher 1 0 2, Gugliemi 1 0 2, Hayes 0 0 0. Totals 26 7 66.

3-point goals–BFrank 5, Shenk, LFrank 2, Libby, Oakes 6.

Franklinville 19 21 16 17 — 73

Pine Valley 17 9 26 14 — 66

COUGARS EDGE PANTHERS

PANAMA — Brandon LeBaron scored 21 points and Connor Austin added 15 to lead Cassadaga Valley to a 60-58 victory over Panama in a Division 1 West game.

The Cougars led 31-17 at halftime, courtesy of a 12-2 advantage in the second quarter, but the hosts battled back in the second half to make things interesting down the stretch.

Cooper Brown poured in a career-high 24 points, including 17 in the fourth quarter, for the Panthers (0-4). Teammate Nick Huffman pulled down 11 rebounds.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (60)

Russo 3 0 7, Runge 0 0 0, Harrington 2 2 6, Pierce 2 0 4, LeBaron 8 1 21, Austin 6 2 15, Haskins 1 0 3, Pingitore 2 0 4, Thompson 0 0 0, Totals 24 5 60.

PANAMA (58)

Roth 3 1 8, Brown 9 0 24 Cooper, Marotto 2 3 7, Olson 4 1 9, Ramsey 1 0 2, Schnars 0 0 0, Ryan 0 0 0, Huffman 4 0 8, Totals 23 5 58.

3-point goals–Russo, LeBaron 4, Austin, Haskins, Roth, Brown 6.

Cassadaga Valley 19 12 13 16 — 60

Panama 15 2 17 24 — 58

EAGLES STILL PERFECT

ELLICOTTVILLE — Wyatt Chudy scored 16 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Ellicottville to a 56-40 victory over Cattaraugus-Little Valley in a CCAA Division 2 East game.

Leif Jimerson added 10 points and four assists and Clayton Rowland had 16 rebounds to go along with his 6 points.

The win improves the Eagles’ record to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in the division, heading into Wednesday’s home game against Randolph.

Josh Halterman led the Timberwolves with 14 points.

CATTARAUGUS-LITTLE VALLEY (40)

Allen 2 0 4, Savidge 3 0 6, Volk 3 1 9, Halterman 4 2 14, Visnesky 3 0 7, Totals 15 3 40.

ELLICOTTVILLE (56)

Marsh 1 2 5, Jimerson 4 1 10, Caldwell 1 0 3, Dietrich 3 2 8, Rowland 1 4 6, Chudy 5 0 16, Grinols 1 1 4, Palmatier 2 0 4, Totals 18 13 56.

3-point goals–Volk 2, Halterman 4, Visnesky, Marsh, Jimerson, Caldwell, Chudy 3, Grinols.

Cattaraugus-Little Valley 6 13 9 12 — 40

Ellicottville 9 16 17 14 — 56

Jayvees: Ellicottville won.

CARDINALS REBOUND

RANDOLPH –Ashton Bushey poured in 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to spark Randolph to a 44-32 victory over Chautauqua Lake in a Division 1 East game.

Tied 17-all at halftime, the Cardinals (5-1, 4-0) limited the Thunderbirds to 15 points the rest of the way.

Jaiden Huntington added 10 points, Drew Hind dished out five assists and Isaac Hind hauled down six boards for the winners, who play at Ellicottville on Wednesday.

Luke Waters led the Thunderbirds with 17 points.

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (32)

Adams 2 1 5, D’Anthony 1 0 3, Waters 6 2 17, Godfrey 3 1 7, Totals 12 4 32.

RANDOLPH (44)

Bushey 9 1 22, DHind 1 0 3, IHind 0 0 0, DeBuque 1 0 2, Shields 0 1 1, Conley 2 0 6, Huntington 4 0 10, Totals 17 2 44.

3-point goals–D’Anthony, Waters 3, Bushey 3, DHind, Conley 2, Huntington 2.

Chautauqua Lake 7 10 7 8 — 32

Randolph 11 6 14 13 — 44

PANTHERS DOWN FALCONER

PORTVILLE — Joe Long scored 17 points, and Maxx Yehl added 12 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and blocked seven shots as Portville downed Falconer, 57-31, in a Division 1 East game.

Luke Petruzzi chipped in 11 points and Hunter Griffin collected six assists and two steals for the winners, who raised their record to 3-2 overall and 2-1 in the league.

Nick Erickson scored 12 points, Jake Swanson added 10 and Tristan Vera had three assists for Falconer.

FALCONER (31)

Vera 0 4 4, Erickson 4 2 12, Swanson 3 4 10, Chapman 1 0 2, Stahlman 1 1 3, Totals 9 11 31.

PORTVILLE (57)

Griffin 1 3 5, Long 7 2 17, Stone 3 1 7, Petryszak 2 0 4, Petruzzi 4 1 11, Yehl 6 0 12, Kenjockety 0 0 0, Sharp 0 1 1 , Totals 23 8 57.

3-point goals–Erickson 2, Long, Petruzzi 2.

Falconer 6 4 11 10 — 31

Portville 17 20 14 6 — 57

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