Clymer Hits FTs In Big Road Win Against Ellicottville

ELLICOTTVILLE – Foul shooting was the key for Clymer as it avenged an earlier season setback to Ellicottville on Thursday night in Division 4 girls basketball.

Jo-Linda Rhodes connected on 9-of-10 charity tosses and Dani Reinwald hit 8-of-12 – the Lady Pirates made 22-of-34 as a team – en route to a 66-58 win over Ellicottville (7-2, 9-5).

Rhodes finished with 23 points and Reinwald added 22 points and 22 rebounds. Kayla Gilkinson added five assists and 12 points for the winners, who tied Sherman in the division.

Janae Hamilton scored 24 points and Madison Szpaicher added 16 for the Lady Eagles, which shot 9-of-14 from the foul line.

CLYMER (66)

McAfoose 0 1 1, Gilkinson 4 2 12, C. Reinwald 0 2 2, D. Reinwald 7 8 22, Trisket 3 0 6, Rhodes 6 9 23, Marucci 0 0 0. Totals 20 22 66.

ELLICOTTVILLE (58)

Hall 3 0 6, Szpaicher 6 2 16, J. Hamilton 9 5 24, M. Hamilton 3 0 6, Wilson 2 2 6, Golley 0 0 0. Totals 23 9 58.

3-Point Goals: Gilkinson 2, Rhodes 2, Szpaicher 2, J. Hamilton.

Clymer23 9 15 19 – 66

Ellicottville16 10 15 17 – 58

Jayvees: Clymer 55, Ellicottville 30.

REED DOES IT AGAIN

SHERMAN – Elle Reed had an outstanding game on Senior Night for Sherman (9-1, 15-1).

Reed, who is averaging 31.9 points per game, scored 36, including 12 from the foul line, as the Lady Wildcats (15-1, 9-1) defeated North Collins (2-8, 3-12), 79-17.

Reed also had 15 rebounds, seven assists and four steals in a fine all-around performance.

In the first quarter, Reed netted 19 points and by halftime had 25 as the Lady Wildcats opened up a 43-14 lead.

Danielle Reed scored 14 points and Bridget Yaw 10 for the Wildcats.

Samantha Delcamp and Danielle Reed had eight rebounds and Julia Rater seven rebounds in the win.

Emily Swiatkowski had nine ponts for North Collins.

NORTH COLLINS (17)

Mancuso 0 0 0, Bliss 0 0 0, Blidy 2 0 5, Richardson 1 0 3, Kennedy 0 0 0, Swiatkowski 3 0 9. Totals 6 0 12.

SHERMAN (79)

E. Reed 10 12 36, Rater 2 0 4, Christmas 1 0 2, Delcamp 3 1 7, Yaw 3 3 10, Hannold 1 4 6, D. Reed 5 0 14. Totals 25 20 79.

3-Point Goals: E. Reed 4, Yaw, D. Reed 4, Yaw, Bliss, Richardson, Swiatkowski 3.

North Collins8 6 0 3 – 17

Sherman28 15 18 18 – 79

Jayvees: Sherman won.

DIVISION 2

DRAGONS PREVAIL

SINCLAIRVILLE – Salamanca sank Cassadaga Valley, 44-29.

After outscoring the Lady Warriors, 10-9 in the opening frame, Cassadaga Valley was held to single digits the rest of the way.

After trailing by just five, 22-17, at the break, Salamanca (10-6, 6-5) netted 11 points and held the Lady Cougars to four for a 33-21 lead with just eight minutes remaining.

Shae Smith led the victors with 20 points and six boards while teammate Alyssa Coustenis followed with 18 points.

For Cassadaga Valley, Heather Ames had a team high six rebounds and Ashley Carroll and Kristi Zink had nine points apiece.

SALAMANCA (44)

Caprone 0 0 0, Hill 1 0 2, Smith 8 2 20 (Shae), Coustenis 8 1 18, Huffman 1 0 2, Sluga 1 0 2 Totals 19 3 44.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (29)

Carroll 4 0 9, Ames 0 0 0, Burch 3 0 8, Brown 1 0 2, Braymiller 0 1 1, Johnston 0 0 0, Zink 2 5 9, Holley 0 0 0, Totals 10 6 29.

3-point goals: Smith 2, Coustenis, Carroll, Burch 2

Salamanca9 13 11 11 – 44

Cassadaga Valley10 7 4 8 – 29

Jayvees: Cassadaga Valley won.

BEARS ROLL

CATTARAUGUS – Reyanne Strong, Shawna Raymond and Annie Berg reached double figures and Frewsburg had no trouble with host Cattaraugus-Little Valley.

Strong poured in 19 points to go with nine rebounds and six assists; Raymond netted 16 points with nine assists, six rebounds and six steals; and Berg chipped in with 16 points and five assists as Frewsburg came within a point of tying the school record for points in a game when it defeated the Lady Timberwolves, 85-16.

The victory was the 13th in a row for the Bears, improving their overall record to 16-1 and a perfect 11-0 in the division.

During the lopsided victory – which saw the Bears jump out to a 28-5 lead by the end of the first quarter- the visitors dished out a combined 33 assists while racking up 32 steals.

The assists total is likely a school record, according to Coach Jeff Collver.

Eighth-grader Olivia Lynn and teammate Kamryn Gardner had seven steals apiece while Emily Hair tallied eight points and five assists.

For Cattaraugus-Little Valley (1-14, 0-10), Kaylin Brumagin scored 11 of her squad’s 16 points and also hauled in a team-high six boards.

The Lady Timberwolves were held to a combined three points during the second and third quarters, allowing Frewsburg to build an insurmountable 70-8 lead heading into the final period.

Frewsburg will have a much tougher test on Monday, however, when it hosts rival Randolph at 7:30 p.m., in a game that will decide the league champion.

FREWSBURG (85)

Steele 4 0 9, Raymond 6 2 16, Hair 4 0 8, Cass 3 0 7, Strong 8 1 19, Johnson 2 0 4, Lynn 2 0 4, Berg 6 4 16, Gardner 1 0 2. Totals 36 7 85.

CATTARAUGUS-LITTLE VALLEY (16)

Jones 0 0 0, Pritchard 0 0 0, Harvey 1 0 2, Eaton 0 0 0, Wabik 0 0 0, Reynolds 0 0 0, Morton 0 0 0, R. Brumagin 1 0 2, K. Brumagin 4 2 11, Rolfe 0 1 1. Totals 6 3-10 16.

3-point goals: K. Brumagin, Raymond 2, Strong 2, Steele, Cass.

Cattaraugus-Little Valley5 1 2 8 – 16

Frewsburg28 23 19 15 – 85

Jayvees: Frewsburg 67, Cattaraugus-Little Valley 23

DIVISION 3

DRAGONS PREVAIL

Lauren Nickerson and Nickara Liddell had a double-double in their final regular-season appearance on Senior Night at Maple Grove.

Nickerson scored 13 points and had 12 rebounds while Liddell added 10 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as Maple Grove (9-3, 10-7) prevailed over Panama (5-5, 6-8), 53-47.

Maple Grove started out 2-of-16 from the field and fell behind 15-5 after the first quarter.

But the Lady Red Dragons, behind a 17-7 run, tied the game, 22-all. The Lady Red Dragons’ Amie Adams of MG scored six of her 10 points in the 15-10 third quarter as Maple Grove seized a 37-32 advantage.

In the fourth quarter, Liddell and senior Jordan Ahlstrom divided 12 points as Maple Grove held a 16-15 edge. Brittany Lenart and Allison Strickland also had six points for Panama.

Ahlstrom just missed being the fourth member of Maple Grove in twin digits as she finished with nine points. Ahlstrom contributed seven rebounds for the winners. Nickerson also blocked two shots and teammate senior Mikaela Swanson had three assists.

Lenart sank 13 points and grabbed nine rebounds for Panama while Brianna Marsh also had nine rebounds.

PANAMA (47)

Swanson 3 1 7, Marsh 3 0 8, Strickland 4 0 8, Abbate 3 0 8, Lenart 6 0 13, Johnson 0 3 3, Conway 0 0 0, Stravato 0 0 0. Totals 19 4 47.

MAPLE GROVE (53)

Winchester 0 0 0, Ahlstrom 4 0 9, E. Swanson 0 0 0, Franczak 1 0 2, Adams 4 2 10, Liddell 4 2 10, Davis 1 0 3, Nickerson 5 3 13, M. Swanson 2 2 6. Totals 21 9 53.

3-Point Goals: Ahlstrom, Davis, Marsh 2, Abbate 2, Lenart.

Panama15 7 10 15 – 47

Maple Grove5 17 15 16 – 53

Jayvees: Maple Grove won.

CLCS STILL PERFECT

FRANKLINVILLE – Big shots in the final minute cemented Chautauqua Lake’s (15-0, 10-0) undefeated status.

Ashton Albanesius and Jenna Einink converted baskets inside the final minute as Chautauqua Lake improved a one-point lead to five en route to a hard-fought 54-49 victory over Franklinville.

Einink was tremendous as she had 22 points to go along with 21 rebounds while Albanesius added 16 points and 12 rebounds for the winners.

Courtney Hewes had seven steals and Tara Hunt five steals in the win.

Vanessa Pfeiffer of Franklinville had her career high with 23 points. Ashley Leederman brought down seven rebounds, Linnea Pollock added five assists and Pfeiffer five steals.

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (54)

Harrington 0 1 1, Hunt 0 1 1, Hewes 5 1 11, Milliman 1 0 2, Einink 8 6 22, Albanesius 5 6 16, Moulton 0 0 0, Cummings 0 0 0. Totals 19 16 54.

FRANKLINVILLE (49)

Pfeiffer 6 5 23, Leederman 4 0 8, Blum 2 1 6, Haskill 0 1 1, Pollock 1 2 4, Reynolds 0 1 1, O’Neal 2 2 6. Totals 15 12 49.

3-Point Goals: Pfeiffer 6, Blum.

Chautauqua Lake 18 7 12 17 – 54

Franklinville10 8 14 17 – 49

Jayvees: Franklinville 36, Chautauqua Lake 32.

PINE VALLEY BREEZES

WESTFIELD – The Pine Valley Lady Panthers (7-3, 9-6) downed the Westfield Lady Wolverines (0-9, 4-11), 64-25.

Pine Valley scored 22 points in the first quarter en route to a 39-11 halftime lead and never looked back, holding Westfield without a quarter of 10 points or more.

Laurel Killock led the Lady Panthers with 15 points and nine rebounds while Kaylee Brunswick scored nine points on a trio of 3-pointers along with three steals. Kayla Mansfield added 11 points and seven rebounds in the victory.

For the Lady Wolverines, Emily Archer and Nina Manzella led the team with six points. Archer, Abigail Jopek and Hannah Truitt (four points) added five rebounds each.

PINE VALLEY (64)

Waterman 3 0 6, Tingue 1 0 2, Mansfield 5 1 11, Kenney 0 1 1, Bentham 0 0 0, Brunswick 3 0 9, Abers 0 0 0, Killock 7 1 15, Hoth 3 1 8, Riggs 1 0 2, Wilcox 5 0 10 Totals 29 4 64

WESTFIELD (25)

Schuster 0 0 0, Truitt 2 0 4, Knopp 0 0 0, Archer 3 0 6, Allen 2 0 4, Houser 0 1 1, An. Cooke 0 0 0, Fermier 0 0 0, Manzella 2 2 6, Lancaster 2 0 4, Ar. Cooke 0 0 0, Jopek 0 0 0 Totals 11 3 25

3-pointers-Brunswick 3, Hoth.

Pine Valley 22 17 10 15 – 64

Westfield 9 2 5 9 – 25

Jayvees: Pine Valley won.