Smith Sends Bears Past Salamanca

SALAMANCA – Derek Smith finished with 17 points, seven rebounds and five assists to lead Frewsburg to an impressive Division 2 road win over Salamanca, 64-61, on Tuesday night.

Along with Smith’s output, Alex Elderkin drained four triples for 19 points with eight rebounds as the Bears (6-8, 3-5), after being tied at half, outscored Salamanca 36-33 over the final two periods.

Jared Fish had a game-high 21 points with 12 rebounds and Tanner John 11 points and 12 boards for the Warriors, who fell to 6-8 overall and 3-5 in league.

FREWSBURG (64)

Smith 6 5 17, Munella 3 0 8, Nelson 1 4 6, B. Johnson 4 0 8, Elderkin 7 1 19, D. Johnson 2 0 4, Caldwell 1 0 2. Totals 24 10 64.

SALAMANCA (61)

Taylor 6 0 13, Beattie 3 0 8, Fish 9 3 21, Crandall 1 0 2, Ball 1 0 3, Stahlman 1 1 3, John 4 3 11. Totals 25 7 61.

3-point: Munella 2, Elderkin 4, Taylor, Beattie 2, Ball.

Frewsburg11 17 19 17

Salamanca10 18 15 18

Jayvees: Salamanca 70, Frewsburg 53

CARDS EDGE COUGARS

SINCLAIRVILLE – Clutch free throw shooting in the final 30 seconds propelled Randolph past Cassadaga Valley, 52-47.

Leading by the slimmest of margins late in the contest, Cody Oldro, who finished with six points and a team-high eight rebounds, and Bryce Morrison, who finished with 18 points, went a combined 4-of-4 from the line to push the Cardinals (9-5, 6-3) to the winning margin.

In addition to his big free throws, 15 of Morrison’s 18 points came from beyond the arc. Teammate Nate Beaver also contributed in the victory with eight rebounds and 13 points.

The Cougars (7-7, 2-6) jumped out to a 16-10 lead after the first quarter and maintained that six-point advantage to the break. Randolph, however, bounced back in the second half and outscored the hosts, 19-11, in the third and 11-8 in the final period.

For Cassadaga Valley, Randy Dalaba tallied 18 point to go with 12 boards, Cody Johnson had 14 points and Tim Bender hit eight points, handed out four assists and made three steals.

RANDOLPH (52)

Garcia 0 0 0, Brown 0 0 0, Maycock 1 0 3, McAllister 2 2 6, Miller 2 2 6, Morrison 5 3 18, Beaver 6 1 13, Oldro 2 2 6. Totals 18 10 52.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (47)

Bender 1 5 8, Ruge 1 0 3, Jones 0 0 0, Dalaba 9 0 18, Lancaster 0 4 4, Johnson 5 4 14. Totals 16 13 47

3-point goals: Morrison 5, Maycock, Bender, Ruge.

Randolph10 12 19 11 – 52

Cassadaga Valley16 12 11 8 – 47

Jayvees: Randolph won.

WHITE PACES

SILVER CREEK

PORTVILLE – Brennan White scored 11 points of hs career-high 21 points in the final stanza as undefeated Silver Creek (9-0, 14-0) downed Portville (7-2, 13-2), 71-62.

Silver Creek took a 49-47 lead into the final quarter where White excelled in leading the Black Knights to a 22-15 edge.

Zeddie Williams paced Silver Creek with 24 points while Zach Blask recorded 28 points, including five 3-pointers, for Portville. Sixteen of Blask’s points were scored in the first quarter when Portville opened up a 25-16 lead.

Blask also had three assists and Curtis Caya grabbed 16 rebounds in the loss.

SILVER CREEK (71)

Kettle 3 3 9, Bain 1 0 3, Brooks 4 1 9, Marcey 2 0 5, White 8 1 21, Williams 10 4 24. Totals 28 9 71.

PORTVILLE (62)

Giberson 3 0 6, Caya 5 0 11, Blask 11 1 28, Marcellin 2 3 7, Watson 4 2 10. Totals 25 6 62.

3-Point Goals – Bain, Marcey. White 4, Caya, Blask 5.\

Silver Creek16 24 9 22 – 71

Portville25 10 12 15 – 62

Jayvees: Portville won.

DIVISION 3

WESTFIELD BREEZES

WESTFIELD – The Westfield Wolverines (6-1, 8-5) used a balanced scoring attack and strong defense to take down the Chautauqua Lake Thunderbirds (4-4, 5-8), 62-33.

The Wolverines jumped out to a 15-5 first-quarter lead and gained a 35-12 cushion by halftime.

Four different players scored in double digits for the winners as Dan Tofil led the way with 12 points, 10 rebounds and five steals.

Meanwhile, Jacob Gray came off the bench and scored 10 points, grabbed six rebounds and added four blocks.

Dahl contributed in the win with 11 points and Coe added 10 for the Wolverines.

Ian Clute was the lone bright spot for Chautauqua Lake with nine points.

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (33)

Davidson 1 0 3, Clute 3 3 9, Mayra 3 0 7, Briggs 0 0 0, Thomas 1 2 4, Applegarth 1 0 2, Colton 4 0 8, Latimer 0 0 0, 13 5 33

WESTFIELD (62)

Imm 3 1 7, Dahl 4 3 11, Bentham 1 0 2, Tofil 5 1 12, Rodriguez 2 2 6, DeMarco 2 0 4, Coe 5 0 10, Gray 4 2 10, Figley 0 0 0, Totals 26 9 62

3-point goals: Davidson, Mayer, Tofil.

Chaut auqua Lake 5 7 12 9 – 33

Westfield 15 20 13 14 66

Jayvees: Westfield won

ODELL, BLOSE

LEAD WAY

PANAMA – Dan Odell and Alec Blose combined for 43 points as Panama swept the season’s series from Franklinville to make the overall record to 5-8 and 4-4 in the division.

Odell, who scored 25 points in his last game, scored 22 and Blose added 21 points as Panama rolled, 65-36.

After a close first quarter with Panama leading, 14-13, the Panthers went on a 15-3 run to take a 29-16 lead at halftime.

Odell tallied 12 points and Blose added nine in the first half. They were even better in the second half with Blose having 12 points and Odell 10.

The Panthers were 22-of-29 inside the paint for 76 percent.

Ethan Lawrens had 11 points for Franklinville, which lost the first meeting to Panama, 56-37.

FRANKLINVILLE (36)

Lawrens 5 1 11, Finch 0 1 1, Milks 2 1 5, Seamans 3 1 8, Erickson 4 0 8, Erison 0 0 0, Dingman 0 0 0, Terwilliger 1 0 3. Totals 15 4 36.

PANAMA (65)

K. Eddy 2 0 4, R. Eddy 3 0 6, Odell 8 4 22, Blose 9 3 21, Kirby 2 0 6, Rensel 1 0 2, Franzen 0 0 0, Lewis 1 0 2. Totals 26 7 65.

3-Point Goals – Seamans, Terwilliger, Odell 2, Kirby 2.

Franklinville13 3 13 7 – 36

Panama14 15 18 18 – 65

Jayvees: Panama won.

DIVISION 1

TROJANS SHOOT WELL

ALLEGANY – Red-hot shooting was the difference for Southwestern.

The Trojans hit 25-of-43 for a blistering 58 percent from the field in taking Allegany-Limestone, 61-39, for the sixth win in nine league starts and ninth overall victory in 15 games.

Besides shooting very well from the field, the full-court press allowed the Trojans to force many turnovers.

Peter Trathen of Southwestern had one of his best performances with 16 points and five rebounds. He also handed out three assists.

When the Gators got within four points early in the second period, Trathen scored eight points to put the winners ahead by 30-16 at halftime.

Kyle Radack led the Trojans with 17 points and Alek Peck had 14 points. Radack also had five assists and Peck four steals and the same number of rebounds.

Dominic Saglimben sank 16 points and Ryan Vossler 14 for Allegany-Limestone (5-8, 3-6).

SOUTHWESTERN (61)

Baglia 2 0 5, Rybicki 1 0 2, Peck 5 3 14, Trathen 7 2 16, Carlson 1 1 3, Radack 7 1 17, Schrope 1 0 2, Moran 1 0 2, Greenlee 0 0 0, Johnson 0 0 0, Gustafson 0 0 0, Mogenhan 0 0 0. Totals 25 7 61.

ALLEGANY-LIMESTONE (39)

Federko 1 0 2, Stanton 2 0 4, Saglimben 7 0 16, Vossler 5 2 14, Woodie 0 1 1, Harrington 1 0 2. Totals 16 3 39.

3-Point Goals – Baglia, Peck, Radack 2, Saglimben 2, Vossler 2.

Southwestern13 17 19 12 – 61

Allegany-Limestone4 12 17 6 39

Jayvees: Southwestern 44, Allegany-Limestone 44.

OLEANS BREEZES

OLEAN – Despite employing his starters for only a half, coach Jeff Anastasia’s Olean Huskies racked up 100 points for the first time since the 1999-2000 season in a 100-48 win over Falconer.

Wil Bathurst registered 24 points, five steals and three assists while Sam Eckstrom added 16 points, nine rebounds and five blocked shots to help Olean (13-1, 9-0 league) build a 67-25 halftime lead.

Chris Gayton (12 points, nine rebounds, two assists) and Nick Schmidt (five assists, three steals) also contributed to the Huskies’ win.

Nick Conti and Kyle Petersen led Falconer with 10 points apiece.

FALCONER (48)

Conti 4 2 10, Petersen 5 0 10, Cameron 2 1 5, Wilcox 4 0 9, M. Carter 2 2 6, Nowicki 1 0 2, C. Karter 2 0 4, Boutelle 1 0 2. Totals 21 5 48.

OLEAN (100)

Schmidt 2 2 8, Eckstrom 8 0 16, Bathurst 10 4 24, Scholla 4 1 9, Portlow 3 2 9, Ryan 2 0 5, Tarr 1 0 2, Chris Gayton 6 0 12, Gayton 2 2 7, Pfeiffer 1 0 2, Connelly 3 0 6. Totals 42 11 100.

3-point goals: Peterson 3, Wilcox, Schmidt 2, Portlow, Ryan, Gayton

Falconer13 12 9 14 – 48

Olean34 33 19 14 – 100

Jayvees: Olean won.

DIVISION 4

LICTUS LEADS WAY

WEST VALLEY – Offensive rebounding in the first quarter led Clymer (5-2, 9-4) to a 58-27 win over West Valley (1-8, 2-13).

Dan Lictus led the Pirates with 20 points, 13 rebounds while handing out three assists. Garrett McAfoose had 13 points.

Colton Myers was high with nine points and teammate Mike Grisby grabbed 11 rebounds while Brandon Rockwood had five steals for WV.

CLYMER (58)

Heiser 2 1 5, Wiggers 1 0 2, McAfoose 4 1 13, Crosby 2 0 5, DeStevens 2 0 4, Einink 4 1 9, Lictus 9 2 20, Holthouse 0 0 0, Holmstrom 0 0 0. Totals 24 5 58.

WEST VALLEY (27)

Standbro 1 0 3, Westfall 1 0 2, Grisby 2 1 5, Myers 2 5 9, Rockwood 2 0 4, Enser 1 1 4. Totals 9 7 27.

3-Point Goals – Standbro, Enser, Crosby, McAfoose 4.

NON-LEAGUE

PVCS WINS IN OT

SOUTH DAYTON – Jake Wilcox hit 4-of-4 foul shots in overtime as Pine Valley defeated Cattaraugus-Little Valley, 58-53.

Pine Valley led for almost the entire game until C-LV tied it in the late going with a bucket at 47-47. The Panthers missed winning at the end when they missed a layup.

In the overtime, Wilcox hit four foul shots for the winners, who outscored the Timberwolves, 11-6.

Wilcox wound up with 10 rebounds and 18 points for the Panthers. Lucas Trombley was high with 19 points, 11 rebounds and four steals while Spencer Sticek had seven rebounds and five assists.

Mat Rupp scored 20 points and hauled down 17 rebounds and Colt Agnew added 12 points in the loss.

CATTARAUGUS-LITTLE VALLEY (53)

Macakanja 3 0 7, S.Agnew 1 1 3, Forster 2 0 4, C. Agnew 4 2 12, Rupp 8 3 20, Hadley 2 0 5, Stevens 1 0 2, Reynolds 0 -0 0, Burroughs 0 0 0. Totals 21 6 53.

PINE VALLEY (58)

Trombley 8 3 19, Sticek 2 2 7, Wilcox 6 6 18, Raiport 2 0 6, Weaver 1 0 2, Nelson 2 0 4, Wheeler 0 0 0, Abers 0 0 0, Isula 0 0 0, Miler 0 0 0. Totals 21 11 58.

3-Point Goals – Macakanja, C. Agnew 2, Rupp, Hadley, Sticek, Raiport 2, Sticek, Trombley.

C-LV10 12 8 17 6 – 53

Pine Valley12 14 11 10 11 – 58

Jayvees: C-LV 46, Pine Valley 42.