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Hinsdale-led Panama knocks off Pine Valley

PANAMA — Bryce Hinsdale hit three 3-pointers during the fourth quarter as Panama rallied past Pine Valley for a 64-59 nonleague boys basketball victory.

Carter Brink led Panama with 21 points to go along with four assists and three steals while Hinsdale had 19 points, five rebounds and three steals.

“Getting Hinsdale to knock down a few 3s late in the fourth quarter was huge,” said Panama head coach Ed Nelson. “Alex Barmore knocked down some clutch free throws. It was a total team effort. Everybody hit some clutch shots and played some good defense.”

Kordell Oakes scored 13 of his game-high 31 points in the second quarter as Pine Valley took a 31-28 halftime lead.

“We had trouble stopping him,” Nelson said of Oakes. “He can do a little bit of everything.”

Panama responded with a 15-8 third quarter to take a three-point lead into the fourth quarter.

Barmore finished with a team-high seven rebounds and Lucas Lisciandro added four assists in the win.

Oakes also grabbed 10 rebounds while Wayne Libby had 13 points and five rebounds in defeat.

PINE VALLEY (59)

Sercu 2 0 4, Logan 0 0 0, Conklin 0 0 0, Butcher 1 0 2, Gugliemi 1 2 5, Libby 6 0 13, Kruszka 0 0 0, Volk 2 0 4, KoOakes 11 5 31, Miller 0 0 0, KaOakes 0 0 0, Gregory 0 0 0. Totals 23 7 59.

PANAMA (64)

Roth 2 0 5, Brown 1 3 5, Hinsdale 7 2 19, Brink 8 3 21, Catanese 2 2 6, DiDomenico 0 0 0, Lisciandro 0 0 0, Barmore 1 5 7. Totals 21 15 64.

3-point goals–Gugliemi, Libby, KoOakes 4, Roth, Hinsdale 3, Brink 2.

Pine Valley 10 21 8 0 — 59

Panama 9 19 15 21 — 64

RED DRAGONS PREVAIL

FALCONER — Maple Grove used an 18-5 second quarter to pull away from Falconer for a 63-39 nonleague boys basketball win Wednesday.

Jake Vaillancourt led the Red Dragons (1-0) with 16 points, eight rebounds and three assists while Matthew Welsh added 10 points, three assists and six steals.

“The game was won in the second quarter,” said first-year Falconer head coach Jordan Goold. “They played good team defense. They hit shots and we missed shots.”

Tucker Fenton chipped in 8 points, seven rebounds and three assists; Jonah Foley had 8 points and six rebounds; and Connor Reagle had 7 points and four steals for Maple Grove.

Jake Swanson led the Golden Falcons (0-1) with 12 points and eight rebounds while Jase Smith had 7 points and seven rebounds.

MAPLE GROVE (63)

Gowan 3 0 6, Vaillancourt 7 2 16, Welsh 4 2 10, Bower 0 1 1, Reagle 2 1 7, Foley 2 2 8, Fenton 3 2 8, McPherson 3 1 7, Whalen 0 0 0, Schroder 0 0 0. Totals 24 11 63.

FALCONER (39)

DWood 0 0 0, Johnson 3 0 6, GWood 3 0 7, Swanson 3 6 12, Shea 0 0 0, Chapman 0 0 0, Boardman 2 0 5, Barber 0 0 0, Peterson 0 0 0, Smith 2 2 7, Neal 1 0 2, Stahlman 0 0 0. Totals 14 8 39.

3-point goals–Reagle 2, Foley 2, GWood, Boardman, Smith.

Maple Grove 17 18 14 14 — 63

Falconer 11 5 11 12 — 39

Jayvees: Falconer won.

WARRIORS COAST

SALAMANCA — Andy Herrick led a trio of double-digit scorers with 19 points as Salamanca coasted past Chautauqua Lake 77-21 in nonleague boys basketball action Wednesday.

The Warriors (1-0) led 20-3 after the first quarter and never looked back.

Lucus Brown had 17 points and five steals; RJ McLarney had 12 points, five rebounds and four blocks; Hayden Hoag had 10 assists and five steals; and Maddox Isaac had 9 points and seven steals for Salamanca.

Logan Tarr and Lawson Ormsby each had 5 points for the Thunderbirds (1-1).

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (21)

D’Anthony 1 0 2, Cole 1 0 2, Miller 0 0 0, Flurie 0 0 0, Tarr 2 0 5, Brown 0 0 0, Meadows 2 0 4, Szumigala 0 0 0, Ormsby 1 3 5, Testa 0 0 0, Parkhurst 1 0 3. Totals 8 3 21.

SALAMANCA (77)

Isaac 4 1 9, Ross 2 0 6, HayHoag 0 0 0, Ball 1 1 3, Maybee 0 0 0, Brown 6 2 17, HarHoag 3 1 8, Herrick 6 3 19, Carlson 2 0 4, McLarney 5 1 12. Totals 29 9 77.

3-point goals–Tarr, Parkhurst, Ross 2, Brown 3, HarHoag, Herrick 4, McLarney.

Chautauqua Lake 3 6 8 4 — 21

Salamanca 20 20 20 17 — 77

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