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Walnicki leads Fredonia girls past Cassadaga Valley 59-46

WESTFIELD — Piper Walnicki, Jordan Lucas and Ella Koopman all scored in double figures for Fredonia as the Hillbillies beat Cassadaga Valley 59-46 in the opening game of the Westfield Tournament on Friday evening.

Walnicki finished with 14 points and four assists; Lucas had 13 points and eight rebounds; and Koopman had 12 points, three rebounds and two assists for Fredonia, which led 40-32 after three quarters before a 19-point fourth quarter. Alana Holt also grabbed eight rebounds in the win.

Emiley Anderson led the Cougars with 20 points and Andrea Johnson added 15.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (46)

Jasinski 0 1 1, Meder 2 0 5, AJohnson 6 2 15, EAnderson 9 1 20, Hopkins 1 1 3, HAnderson 1 0 2. Totals 19 5 46.

FREDONIA (59)

Diaz 1 0 2, Lucas 5 3 13, Tabone 2 0 6, Delcamp 2 0 4, Koopman 4 1 12, Holt 3 0 6, Walnicki 6 2 14, Gullo 1 0 2, Wegrzynowski 0 0 0. Totals 24 6 59.

3-point goals–Meder, AJohnson, EAnderson, Tabone 2, Koopman 3.

Cassadaga Valley 11 13 8 14 — 46

Fredonia 15 12 13 19 — 59

NECKERS LEADS PIRATES

FORESTVILLE — Alexys Neckers scored 7 of her game-high 20 points during a 17-0 first quarter as Clymer opened its season with a 40-22 nonleague victory over Forestville.

Ava Nyweide and Elli Bodamer each added 4 points during the first-quarter shutout for the Pirates (1-0). Bodamer finished with 10 rebounds and Neckers had seven.

Carilene Sliwa led Forestville (0-2) with 15 points and six steals, while Ava Emke had five steals.

CLYMER (40)

Nyweide 2 2 6, White 2 0 4, Burchanowski 2 0 5, Neckers 7 4 20, Bodamer 2 1 5. Totals 15 7 40.

FORESTVILLE (22)

Emke 1 0 2, Sliwa 7 0 15, Gibson 1 0 2, Yarborough 1 0 3. Totals 10 0 22.

3-point goals–Burchanowski, Neckers 2, Sliwa, Yarborough.

Clymer 17 6 8 9 — 40

Forestville 0 5 6 11 — 22

Jayvees: Clymer won 31-12.

CARDS FALL; MORRISON HURT

RANDOLPH — St. Mary’s of Lancaster led 17-7 after the first quarter and put the game away with a 21-4 third quarter en route to a 65-42 nonleague win over Randolph.

Emily McDonald led the Lancers with 24 points and Jada Mushat added 19.

Skylar Herington led the Cardinals (1-2) with 19 points; Quinn Pence had 11 points and 12 rebounds; and Zoey Dickerson had eight rebounds and three steals.

Randolph junior Payton Morrison left early in the first quarter with a knee injury and did not return.

ST. MARY’S (65)

McDonald 12 0 24, LaCotte 2 2 6, Kline 2 0 4, Hirsch 0 0 0, Owens 0 0 0, Mushat 7 2 19, Kovach 3 0 8, Owen 1 2 4. Totals 27 6 65.

RANDOLPH (42)

Smith 0 0 0, Bowles 1 0 3, Pence 5 0 11, Herington 5 6 19, Bushey 0 5 5, Morrison 0 0 0, Dickerson 2 0 4, Olofson 0 0 0. Totals 13 11 42.

3-point goals–Mushat 3, Kovach 2, Bowles, Pence, Herington 3.

St. Mary’s 17 15 21 12 — 65

Randolph 7 14 4 17 — 42

BLACK KNIGHTS COAST

CATTARAUGUS — Khloe Karnes had 13 points, nine steals and three assists to lead Silver Creek past nonleague Cattaraugus-Little Valley 40-15.

Grace Stevens added 7 points, nine rebounds and five steals, while Maddy Blair had 6 points and seven rebounds for the Black Knights (2-0), who led 23-10 at halftime before a 9-1 third quarter put the game away.

SHERMAN STYMIES FALCONER

SHERMAN — Teagan Gratto had 7 points, nine steals and four assists to lead Sherman past Falconer 42-13 in nonleague action.

Tayden Persons added 7 points and nine rebounds, while Emmersen Crawford had five steals and 4 points.

Falconer was led by Augustine Krenzer with 6 points.

FALCONER (13)

Krenzer 2 2 6, Harper 1 0 2, Smith 1 0 2, Neal 1 1 3. Totals 5 3 13.

SHERMAN (42)

Gable 1 0 3, Emory 1 1 3, Persons 3 1 7, Crawford 1 1 4, Wagner 3 0 6, Gratto 3 1 7, Martin 2 2 7, Stafford 1 2 5. Totals 15 8 42.

3-point goals–Gable, Crawford, Martin, Stafford.

Falconer 6 0 4 3 — 13

Sherman 10 15 7 10 — 42

Jayvees: Sherman won.

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