×

Defensive blueprint

Sherman shuts down Woodis en route to 22-point victory over T’birds

SHERMAN — Cousins Jenna and Hayden Fisher combined for 27 points as Sherman beat Chautauqua Lake 48-26 in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 West girls basketball Tuesday.

Hayden Fisher hit a pair of 3-pointers to open the game as the Wildcats (4-5, 1-1) took a 15-3 lead after the first quarter.

Jenna Fisher added a 7-point third quarter and was primarily responsible for holding Thunderbirds (2-5, 1-2) leading scorer Lily Woodis to just 2 points in the game.

“It was Jenna Fisher’s outstanding defensive effort,” Sherman head coach Emily Eckwahl said of the Wildcats’ denial of Woodis. “She played her nose-to-nose the whole game.”

Hayden Fisher finished with 14 points and seven rebounds; Jenna Fisher had 13 points, seven rebounds, five steals and six assists; Leighanne Swan had seven rebounds; and Paige Gratto had six assists in the victory.

Ava Olson led Chautauqua Lake with 8 points, Woodis had nine rebounds and Taylor Donato had four assists.

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (26)

Obert 2 1 5, Olson 3 2 8, Wolcott 0 1 1, Donato 1 0 3, Gilkinson 2 0 4, ELindsey 1 0 3, Woodis 1 0 2. Totals 10 4 26.

SHERMAN (48)

Bates 0 0 0, JFisher 5 2 13, Persons 0 0 0, PGratto 2 2 6, Wagner 1 0 3, TGratto 2 0 4, Swan 1 0 2, HFisher 5 0 14, KLindsey 3 0 6. Totals 19 4 48.

3-point goals–Donato, ELindsey, JFisher, Wagner, HFisher 4.

Chautauqua Lake 3 8 10 5 — 26

Sherman 15 12 9 12 — 48

Jayvees: Chautauqua Lake won.

EININK LEADS PIRATES

CLYMER — Clymer used an 18-9 second quarter to take a 25-13 halftime lead and held off Westfield/Brocton in the second half en route to a 49-43 Division 2 West win.

Mikala Einink led the Pirates (10-1, 3-0) with 20 points and five steals while Karlen Honey had 12 points and six rebounds. Alexys Neckers chipped in 10 points and seven rebounds.

Haleigh Dellow had 12 points, 10 rebounds, eight steals and six assists while Eva Gnadzinski chipped in 12 points on four 3-pointers and Tanleigh Bestine had 12 points go along with seven rebounds for the Wolverines (3-5, 0-1).

WESTFIELD/BROCTON (43)

Vacanti 0 0 0, Dellow 4 3 12, Mortimer 2 1 5, Bestine 6 0 12, Schumaker 1 0 2, Gnadzinski 4 0 12, Kincaid 0 0 0. Totals 17 4 43.

CLYMER (49)

Ordines 0 0 0, Einink 7 3 20, White 2 0 4, Woods 0 0 0, Neckers 4 1 10, Johnson 1 1 3, Honey 5 2 12. Totals 19 7 49.

3-point goals–Dellow, Gnadzinski 4, Einink 3, Neckers.

Westfield/Brocton 4 9 19 11 — 43

Clymer 7 18 9 15 — 49

Jayvees: Clymer won 36-16.

BEARS WIN WITH FIVE

FREWSBURG — Despite being down to just five players, Frewsburg picked up its 10th win of the season.

The Bears led 37-21 at halftime en route to a 60-49 Central Division victory over Falconer.

Elise Sposato scored 11 of her 14 points, Teghan Trocki had 10 of her 15 and Taytum Jimerson had 8 of her 10 during the opening two quarters for the Bears (10-2, 2-1).

Tyra Clark finished with 9 points and 18 rebounds; Taytum Jimerson had four steals; and Ava Jimerson had 12 points and seven assists in the victory.

Grace Lundmark led the Golden Falcons (6-3, 1-1) with 18 points to go along with five rebounds; Tess Spangenburg had 11 points and five rebounds; and Dani Krenzer had six rebounds, four assists and three steals.

FALCONER (49)

Lynn 3 0 6, AKrenzer 0 0 0, DKrenzer 2 4 8, Fenton 3 0 6, Lundmark 6 5 18, Spangenburg 3 2 11. Totals 17 11 49.

FREWSBURG (60)

Trocki6 0 15, Clark 4 1 9, TJimerson 5 0 10, Sposato 6 0 14, AJimerson 4 4 12. Totals 25 5 60.

3-point goals–Lundmark, Spangenburg 3, Trocki 3, Sposato 2.

Falconer 9 12 10 18 — 49

Frewsburg 18 19 6 17 — 60

Jayvees: Frewsburg won.

MORRISON POWERS CARDINALS

DUNKIRK — Payton Morrison had 24 points, eight assists, eight steals and six rebounds to lead Randolph to a 77-25 Division 1 West defeat of Dunkirk.

Kyra Pence had 16 points, eight rebounds, eight steals and seven assists while Katelyn Storer chipped in 10 points and seven rebounds for the Cardinals (7-3, 2-1). Mya Abrams also grabbed 10 rebounds and Quinn Pence had four assists in the victory.

Molly DiCara led the Marauders (1-8, 0-2) with 12 points.

Randolph led 35-18 at halftime before a 25-5 third quarter put the game away.

RANDOLPH (77)

KPence 8 0 16, Adams 3 0 6, QPence 2 0 4, Herington 2 2 6, Morrison 9 5 24, Storer 5 0 10, Abrams 1 0 2, Bunker 2 1 5, Dickerson 1 2 4. Totals 33 10 77.

DUNKIRK (25)

Pacheco 0 0 0, Garcia 0 1 1, Rodriguez 0 0 0, Karin 3 0 6, Kennor 1 0 3, DiCara 3 3 12, Jacques 0 0 0, Casey 1 1 3. Totals 8 5 25.

3-point goals–Morrison, Kennor, DiCara.

Randolph 15 20 25 17 — 77

Dunkirk 8 10 5 2 — 25

DeROSE LEADS GATORS

ALLEGANY — Gianna DeRose scored 18 points to lead Allegany-Limestone to a 47-29 Division 1 West defeat of Fredonia.

The Gators (2-4, 1-1) led 16-3 after the first quarter and 29-10 at halftime.

Francessco Pucci led the Hillbillies (4-8, 0-3) with 8 points and Ashlynn Delcamp grabbed 13 rebounds.

FREDONIA (29)

Davis 0 0 0, Delcamp 0 2 2, Fernandez 0 1 1, Gullo 0 3 3, Koopman 1 0 2, Pucci 2 4 8, Holt 1 1 4, Wray 1 1 3, Zadzilka 2 1 6. Totals 7 13 29.

ALLEGANY-LIMESTONE (47)

Callen 1 0 2, DeRose 7 0 18, Wolfgang 3 0 6, Giardini 1 0 2, Gleason 2 0 4, Lippert 0 0 0, Klice 1 0 2, Lowe 1 0 2, Herzog 3 1 7, Fisher 1 1 4. Totals 20 2 47.

3-point goals–Holt, Zadzilka, DeRose 4, Fisher.

Fredonia 3 7 8 11 — 29

Allegany-Limestone 16 13 7 11 — 47

PORTVILLE PULLS AWAY

BEMUS POINT — Mallory Welty scored 10 of her game-high 17 points during a 25-10 third quarter as Portville pulled away from Maple Grove for a 57-29 Central Division victory.

The Panthers led 24-15 at halftime before Welty, Jackie Scanlon and Teagan Kosinski all hit 3-pointers during the 25-point third quarter.

Mallory Welty added six assists; Lilly Bentley had 12 points and eight rebounds; and Scanlon had four steals for Portville (9-2, 3-0).

Sam Snow led the Red Dragons (5-6, 1-1) with 11 points to go along with four rebounds while Madi Price had 7 points and five rebounds.

PORTVILLE (57)

Kosinski 1 1 4, MaWelty 6 2 17, Lyle 1 0 2, MiWelty 4 1 11, Scanlon 2 0 5, Haynes 0 0 0, Artlip 1 0 2, Maurer 2 0 4, Bentley 6 0 12. Totals 23 4 57.

MAPLE GROVE (29)

Tarbrake 0 1 1, Mansfield 1 2 5, Johnson 0 0 0, MPrice 1 5 7, Reed 1 0 3, Rodgers 0 0 0, Snow 3 4 11, Bearfield 0 0 0, CPrice 0 2 2, Kerling 0 0 0. Totals 6 14 29.

3-point goals–Kosinski, MaWelty 3, MiWelty 2, Scanlon, Mansfield, Reed, Snow.

Portville 13 11 25 8 — 57

Maple Grove 9 6 10 4 — 29

BEAVER ERUPTS FOR 31

OLEAN — Reece Beaver had 31 points and Ellie Lawton added a career-high 14 as Southwestern topped Olean 58-44 in Division 1 West action.

Beaver hit a pair of 3-pointers and nine free throws to go along with her eight 2-point field goals. She also grabbed six rebounds and four steals for the Trojans (5-4, 3-0).

“Reece Beaver had an outstanding night driving to the basket and drawing fouls,” Southwestern head coach Kay Sirianni said. “Ellie Lawton was a huge contributor.”

Lauren Cotter grabbed nine rebounds while Bella Sirianni had three steals in the win.

Anayah Parks-Barker led the Huskies (4-5, 2-1) with 19 points and JoJo Gibbons had 14.

SOUTHWESTERN (58)

Cobb 0 0 0, Beaver 10 9 31, Lawton 6 2 14, Sirianni 1 2 4, Riley 0 0 0, Hamilton 0 0 0, McIntyre 1 1 3, Engdahl 0 0 0, Cotter 1 0 2, Ricker 1 2 4. Totals 20 16 58.

OLEAN (44)

Gibbons 4 4 14, Burt 1 0 2, Parks-Barker 6 2 19, Fayson 0 0 0, Kratts 0 0 0, Williams 1 1 4, Smith 0 0 0, Malloy 2 1 5. Totals 14 8 44.

3-point goals–Beaver 2, Gibbons 2, Parks-Barker 5, Williams.

Southwestern 16 11 16 15 — 58

Olean 11 15 11 7 — 44

EAGLES WIN MONDAY

ELLICOTTVILLE — Dalayla Alexander scored 8 of her taem-high 10 points during an 18-4 first quarter as Ellicottville ran away from Salamanca for a 41-25 East Division win Monday.

The Eagles (6-4, 4-0) outscored the Warriors (2-5, 2-1) 35-13 prior to the fourth quarter.

Karina Crouse led Salamanca with 13 points and nine rebounds; Makenzie Crouse had eight rebounds; and Bella Wolfe and Morgan Maybee each grabbed seven rebounds.

SALAMANCA (25)

Hogan 0 0 0, KCrouse 5 1 13, Wolfe 2 0 4, Rea 1 0 2, Maybee 1 4 6, Oakes 0 0 0, MCrouse 0 0 0. Totals 9 5 25.

ELLICOTTVILLE (41)

Norton 0 0 0, Alexander 3 2 10, John 1 0 2, Quinn 0 1 1, Ruiz 3 2 9, Rowland 4 0 8, Hurlburt 0 0 0, Ficek 2 0 4, Leiper 3 0 7, Krotz 0 0 0. Totals 16 5 41.

3-point goals–KCrouse 2, Alexander 2, Ruiz, Leiper.

Salamanca 4 8 2 11 — 25

Ellicottville 18 10 7 6 — 41

Newsletter

Today's breaking news and more in your inbox

I'm interested in (please check all that apply)
Are you a paying subscriber to the newspaper? *
   

Starting at $4.62/week.

Subscribe Today