Fredonia Rolls Past Trojans

FREDONIA – The Fredonia Hillbillies (7-3, 4-0) took care of business at home in a big way Monday with a 76-29 win over Division 1 West opponent Southwestern.

The Hillbillies jumped out to a 43-11 lead at half time and took a 49-point lead into the final quarter.

Sophomore Pat Moore led the Hillbillies’ offense with 19 points. Moore, who is typically the first guard off the bench, got the start Monday in place of an absent John Piper and made the most of the opportunity. He also added five assists and five steals along the way.

The Fredonia offense hit a total of six 3-pointers in the game with Eric Jabot and Moore each making two.

Dylan Meyer had 14 points and five assists. Cody Cunningham added 10 points and Noah Voss had eight rebounds.

Jack Carlson led Southwestern with nine points in the loss.

SOUTHWESTERN (29)

Rybicki 3 0 6, Mognohan 0 1 1, Bell 3 0 7, Carlson 4 1 9, Sandbloom 0 2 2, Johnston 1 1 3, Scrope 0 1 1. Totals 11 6 29.

FREDONIA (76)

Jabot 2 0 6, Moore 8 1 19, Smith 0 1 1, Johnston 3 1 8, Ambrose, 2 0 4, Cunningham 5 0 10, Meyer 6 1 14, N. Voss 2 0 4, C. Voss 2 2 6, Epps 2 0 4. Totals 32 6 76.

3-point goals: Bell, Jabot 2, Moore 2, Johnston 1, Meyer 1

Southwestern 5 6 5 13 – 29

Fredonia 22 21 22 11 – 76

WEFING, SOFFEL SHINE

DUNKIRK – As has been the case all season, the Dunkirk Marauders played well at times, but could not put together a complete game in a 61-37 defeat to Maple Grove.

The Marauders played Maple Grove tough in the first half as the two teams battled to a 22-all deadlock at intermission.

However, in the second half, it was all Maple Grove as the visitors were led by Corey Wefing and Graham Soffel, who each finished with 25 points.

“I thought where they killed us was the offensive rebounds,” Dunkirk coach Steve O’Brien said. “We went to a zone to keep them off the boards, but they outworked us. They had a streak where they outscored us 16-4. They hit one 3-pointer and one foul shot. The other 12 points were off of offensive rebounds. We were outhustled.”

The Red Dragons used that 16-4 run in the third quarter to build a 42-30 lead heading into the final frame. There, the visitors outscored Dunkirk, 19-7, to leave with the victory.

A bright spot for the Marauders on Monday was the play of Isiah Thomas, who scored a season-high 15 points and pulled down 14 rebounds.

SILVER CREEK TOPS FCS

SILVER CREEK- The Silver Creek Black Knights’ offense stole the show in a 87-54 win over Falconer-Frewsburg.

Silver Creek had four players in double digits with Kaine Kattle’s 24 points leading the way. Brennan White contributed 17 points and Billy Brooks recorded a double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds. Sherman Williams dished out 10 assists in the win.

Josh Nelson scored a team-high 14 points for Falconer-Frewsburg while teammate Derek Smith added 13 in the loss.

FALCONER-FREWSBURG (54)

Peterson 2 3 7, Smith 5 1 13, Nelson 4 4 14, Carter 3 3 11, Johnson 1 2 4, Hair 1 0 2

SILVER CREEK (87)

Brooks 7 1 15, Kettle 7 2 24, White 7 0 17, Gates 5 1 11, Gardner 2 0 6, Shwerman 3 0 6

Falconer-Frewsburg 11 19 18 6 – 54

Silver Creek 19 27 21 20 – 87

Jayvees: Silver Creek won