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BREAKING NEWS

Berg Turns In Big Game, Bears Breeze Past Portville

FREWSBURG – One could say that Annie Berg’s performance on Saturday afternoon was impressive; outstanding, even.

Frewsburg coach Jeff Collver, however, would choose a different adjective.

“She was a monster,” he said.

Berg netted 18 points, pulled down 13 rebounds, including nine on the offensive end, and blocked seven shots to lead top-seeded Frewsburg to a lopsided victory over No. 8 Portville, 62-17, in a girls Section 6 Class C-2 quarterfinal game.

Berg had 12 points in the first half alone as the Bears took a commanding 36-9 lead into the locker room.

Shawna Raymond was right behind her teammate with 16 points, 11 of which were scored in the first half, to go along with four steals and four assists, Olivia Lynn scored 11 points and Emily Johnson contributed six steals for the winners.

In all, Frewsburg racked up 28 steals, holding the Lady Panthers (6-12) to six points or fewer in each of the four quarters.

Albanie Stives led Portville with six points.

Frewsburg, which improved to 17-2 overall, advances to the semifinals at Jamestown High School, where it will face fourth-seeded Maple Grove (12-7) at 8 p.m., Wednesday.

PORTVILLE (17)

VanCuren 1 0 2, Stives 2 0 6, McCracken 0 0 0, Griffin 0 1 1, Doty 2 0 4, Lukomski 1 0 2, Simon 1 0 2, George 0 0 0. Totals 7 1 17.

FREWSBURG (62)

Steele 0 0 0, Blanchard 0 0 0, Raymond 7 0 16, Hair 0 0 0, Cass 1 0 2, Strong 3 2 9, Johnson 0 0 0, Knight 0 0 0, Lynn 5 0 11 Greene 0 0 0, Berg 9 0 18, Gardner 2 0 4, Swartzman 0 0 0, Whippo 1 0 2, Clark 0 0 0. Totals 28 2 62.

3-point goals: Stives 2, Raymond 2, Strong, Lynn.

Portville5 4 6 2 – 17

Frewsburg18 18 20 6 – 62

CLCS STILL PERFECT

MAYVILLE – A sluggish start wasn’t enough to derail Chautauqua Lake’s hopes of capturing a sectional title on Saturday evening.

Trailing 8-4 early in the opening period, the No. 2 Lady Thunderbirds came roaring back behind a 12-0 run that spanned the remainder of the period on the way to a convincing, 67-27 Section 6 Class C-2 quarterfinal victory over the No. 7 Franklinville Lady Panthers.

Never threatened again, Chautauqua Lake outscored Franklinville 35-12 in the second and third quarters.

The Lady Thunderbirds committed just eight turnovers.

Chautauqua Lake (18-0) will now square off against No. 3 Olmsted (7-6) on Wednesday at 6 p.m., at Jamestown High School.

Olmsted defeated No. 5 Health Science in its quarterfinal matchup, 56-13.

Jenna Einink led the victors with 19 points, 10 boards and three blocks while Courtney Hewes followed with 14 points and five steals.

Off the bench, Ashley Moulton pulled down a game-high 12 rebounds, Ashley Herrington connected for a pair of triples and Lauren Cummings scored eight points.

Franklinville’s (8-11) leading scorer was Ashley Leederman with nine points to go with three steals. Ally Haskell chipped in with four rebounds and two blocks.

FRANKLINVILLE (27)

McKane 0 0 0, Pfeiffer 1 0 2, Lembicz 0 0 0, Leederman 4 1 9, Owens 0 2 2, Brown 0 0 0, Blum 3 1 7, Vanderberg 0 0 0, Haskell 0 2 2, Pollack 0 0 0, Reynolds 1 1 3, O’Neil 1 0 2. Totals 10 7 27.

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (67)

Herrington 2 1 7, Doyle 0 1 1, Hunt 2 0 5, Moulton 3 0 6, Sowinski 0 0 0, Hewes 5 4 14, Cummings 4 0 8, Milliman 0 0 0, Einink 9 1 19, Albanesius 3 1 7. Totals 28 8 67.

3-point goals: Herrington 2, Hunt.

Franklinville8 4 8 7 – 27

Chautauqua Lake16 12 23 16 – 67

CLASS C-1

CARDS MOVE ON

RANDOLPH – The second-seeded Randolph Lady Cardinals improved to 16-3 overall and secured a place in the Section 6 Class C-1 semifinals when they eliminated visiting Cassadaga Valley (7-12), 66-45.

Randolph’s next contest is 6 p.m., Thursday at Chautauqua Lake Central School, where it will battle the Tapestry Charter-Barker winner.

McKenna Maycock recorded 10 of her game-high 25 points in the first quarter, pushing the Lady Cardinals to an early, 19-12, lead. She had eight more in the second period as Randolph scored 20 (compared to the Lady Cougars’ 12), to take a 39-24 lead at the half.

Cassadaga Valley, which was led by Shawana Miller’s 18 points and 17 rebounds, got within 10 in the third frame, but were unable to cut the deficit any more than that.

Maycock also finished with eight steals, eight rebounds and seven assists while Peyton Terrette tallied 14 points. Mandy Finch had seven points, seven rebounds, three assists and one block, and MacKenzie Marsh, an eighth grader, chipped in with four points, five rebounds and a steal.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (45)

Carroll 5 0 11, Ames 2 1 5, Burch 2 1 5, Brown 2 0 4, Miller 8 2 18, Braymiller 1 0 2, Johnston 0 0 0, Zink 0 0 0, Holley 0 0 0, Stoll 0 0 0. Totals 20 4 45.

RANDOLPH (66)

France 1 2 4, Finch 2 3 7, Maycock 8 8 25, Farmer 1 0 2, Keys 0 0 0, Steward 3 0 8, Marsh 1 2 4, P. Terrette 6 2 14, A. Terrette 1 0 2, Fisher 0 0 0. Totals 23 17-25 66.

3-points goals: Carroll, Maycock, Steward 2.

Cassadaga Valley12 12 7 14 – 45

Randolph19 20 13 14 – 66

CLASS D

NO. 1 CLYMER ADVANCES

CLYMER – Dani Reinwald scored 22 points and grabbed 19 rebounds, Jo-Linda Rhodes delivered 20 points and No. 1 Clymer handled Forestville, 52-31.

The victory earned the Lady Pirates a Tuesday night (8 p.m.) semifinal showdown at Chautauqua Lake Central School with No. 4 Pine Valley, which was a winner over Panama, 53-36.

Reinwald scored 11 of her 22 points in the opening half and Rhodes chipped in with eight points, helping Clymer overcome a slow start – it faced a 7-0 deficit to start the game and built a 34-14 advantage by the break.

Coming out strong in the third quarter, the Lady Pirates (17-2) outscored Forestville, the 10th-seed, 15-6 and maintained its cushion from there on out.

Rhodes had a particularly solid showing over the game’s final 16 minutes, scoring 12 points while not missing a single shot from the field.

Carly McAfoose had seven rebounds for the winners and Reinwald also made a team-high five steals.

For Forestville, which closed its season with a 7-12 record, Alisha Szumigala had 11 rebounds to go with her nine points, Ryanne Dugan netted a team-high 13 points and Sydney Youngberg pulled in eight rebounds.

FORESTVILLE (31)

Youngberg 1 2 4, Weaver 2 0 5, Dugan 5 0 13, Raynor 0 0 0, Makuch 0 0 0, Willey 0 0 0, Szumigala 4 0 9. Totals 12 2 31.

CLYMER (52)

Wade 0 0 0, McAffoose 1 0 2, Gilkinson 2 2 6, C. Reinwald 0 0 0, D. Reinwald 8 5 22, Triskett 0 0 0, Rhodes 7 4 20, Callahan 0 0 0, Marucci 1 0 2, Howden 0 0 0, Summers 0 0 0. Totals 19 11 52.

3-point goals-Dugan 3, Weaver, Szumigala, D. Reinwald, Rhodes 2.

Forestville9 5 6 11 – 31

Clymer11 13 15 13 – 52

REED SHINES

SHERMAN – Elle Reed recorded a triple-double in her final home appearance as No. 2 Sherman downed No. 7 Brocton, 68-20.

Playing just over half the game, Reed had 24 points, 11 assists, 10 steals and seven rebounds.

The victory means that Sherman will meet No. 3 Ellicottville in the semifinals at 6 p.m., Tuesday at Chautauqua Lake Central School.

Reed scored 12 points in the opening period and 17 overall by halftime when the Lady Wildcats emerged with a 45-18 cushion.

Danielle Reed chipped in 11 points and five rebounds, and Bridget Yaw added 10 points and four rebounds for the Lady Wildcats.

Julia Rater didn’t score but contributed six rebounds in the winning effort.

Overall, the Lady Wildcats had 12 treys, including 10 in the first half.

Brocton finishes 6-11.

BROCTON (20)

Harper 1 0 2, Gerholdt 1 0 2, Stanton 1 0 3, Putcher 1 0 3, Merle 1 1 3, Delcamp 0 1 1, Bennett 2 1 5, Kuschel 2 0 4. Totals 8 4 20.

SHERMAN (68)

Rater 0 0 0, Toy 0 0 0, Luden 1 0 3, E. Reed 8 3 24, Christmas 2 0 4, Cocarelli 2 0 6, Houle 2 0 6, Delcamp 1 0 2, Yaw 4 2 10, Hannold 1 0 2, D. Reed 4 1 11. Totals 25 6 68.

3-Point Goals: E. Reed 5, Cocarelli 2, Houle 2, D. Reed 2, Luden.

Brocton 10 3 1 6 – 20

Sherman 27 18 15 8 – 68

HAMILTON SISTERS STAND OUT

ELLICOTTVILLE – The Hamilton sisters set the pace for No. 3 Ellicottville over No. 6 West Valley.

Janae Hamilton scored 18 points and Marissa Hamilton 14 as Ellicottville (12-6) took care of West Valley (9-10), 59-39.

Marissa Hamilton connected on four 3-pointers during the win.

After having a 7-6 first-quarter lead, the Lady Eagles went on 22-11 second-quarter run and were never challenged in defeating West Valley for the third time this season.

Ellicottville meets No. 2 Sherman (17-2) in a semifinal game at 6 p.m., Tuesday at Chautauqua Lake.

WEST VALLEY (39)

Baker 1 1 3, Zimmer 2 2 8, Snanyczuck 1 0 3, Bailey 3 1 7, Thomas 4 3 11, Calkins 2 0 4, Selzer 1 0 2. Totals 14 7 39.

ELLICOTTVILLE (59)

Hall 3 0 6 , Wendell 1 1 4, J. Hamilton 8 2 18, Pierce 1 0 3, M. Hamilton 5 0 14, Wilson 5 4 14. Totals 23 7 59.

3-Point Goals: Snanyczuck, Zimmer 2, M. Hamilton 4, , Wendell, Pierce.

West Valley6 12 11 10 – 39

Ellicottville7 22 18 12 – 59

PVCS ADVANCES

SOUTH DAYTON – A balanced scoring attack lifted No. 4 Pine Valley past No. 5 Panama.

Kayla Mansfield had 13 points and 18 rebounds, Alex Bentham (four assists and four steals) and Laura Killock (10 rebounds) netted 11 apiece and the Lady Panthers toppled visiting Panama, 53-36.

Pine Valley’s road to a sectional title isn’t about to get any easier, however; it must now face top-seeded Clymer at 8 p.m., Tuesday at Chautauqua Lake Central School.

Though the game remained close over the first eight minutes of play – Pine Valley led, 13-8 – the hosts went on a 17-5 run in the second period to create a cushion they would never relinquish.

The victorious Lady Panthers (11-8) held a 43-29 rebounding edge.

For Panama, which ended its season at 7-12, Brittany Lenart scored a team-high 11 points to go with nine rebounds and Brianna Marsh had seven rebounds and four steals.

Lenart was the lone Panama Lady Panther to reach double figures.

PANAMA (36)

Swanson 1 3 5, Barry 1 1 3, Manwaring 0 0 0, Marsh 1 0 3, Conway 0 0 0, Strickland 4 0 8, Stravato 0 0 0, Abbott 2 0 6, Lenart 3 5 11, Johnson 0 0 0, Totals 12 9 36.

PINE VALLEY (53)

Waterman 3 0 6, Tingue 0 0 0, Mansfield 6 1 13, Kenny 0 0 0, Bentham 4 3 11, Brunswick 2 0 4, Abers 0 0 0, Killock 5 1 11, Toth 1 0 3, Riggs 0 0 0, JaWilcox 2 1 5, JeWilcox 0 0 0, Totals 23 6-24 53.

3-point goals-Marsh, Abbott 2, Toth.

Panama8 5 12 11 – 36

Pine Valley13 17 11 12 – 53