Youth Basketball

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The Honest John’s Players of the Game were Alyson Canfield for the Shooting Stars, Adam Kubera for the Raiders, Lucas Sopak for the Skylanders, Addison Beaver for Randolph and Hunter Flood for the Cardinals.

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Warren topped the Celtics, 28-14.

The Honest John’s Players of the Game were Bryce Blair for Warren and Andre Maple for the Celtics.

The Blue Devils downed the Bulls, 16-14, as Jaylen Butera led the way with 11 points and Trey Drake had 13 points for the Bulls. Both were named as the Honest John’s Players of the Game.

Bemus Point topped the Lycans. The Honest John’s Players of the Game were Cameron Crist for Bemus Point and Quincey Pace for the Lycans.

The Trojans defeated Southwestern and the Honest John’s Players of the Game were Max Marshall for the Trojans and Griffin Bogdanowicz for Southwestern.

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Frewsburg defeated the Trojans, 43-28, as Aaron Hair led the winners with 16 points, Jordan Crofoot added 14 points and Brad Nelson had 11 points. Crofoot and Nelson earned Honest John’s Players of the Game honors.

The Trojans were led by Max Vaughn with 12 points and he was named the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

Harrison Monfort netted 16 points in leading the Thunder past Eisenhower, 30-18. Tyler Swegles also scored eight points and Monfort was named the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

For Eisenhower, Alexander Roberts was the Honest John’s Player of the Game selection.

Zach Martin and Luke Walters each scored eight points as Chautauqua Lake edged Southwestern, 26-23.

Dominic Certo scored eight points and took the Honest John’s Player of the Game honor while Marcus Kantzman had seven points for Southwestern.

Nate Engdahl was the Honest John’s Player of the Game for Chautauqua Lake.

Joe Landy poured in 16 points to pace the Raiders to a 36-14 win over the Heat. Calvin Ricker added eight points and Landy won honors as the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

Nathan Hill earned the same honor for the Heat.

Elijah Rojas had 10 points and was named the Honest John’s Player of the Game while Simeon Leeper added seven points as the Fire downed the Dream Team.

For the Dream Team, Evan Anderson netted six points and Cole Simmons was named the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

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The Elite outlasted the Ballers, 55-43, as Adam Kindberg poured in 19 points and Nefty Martinez and Tajah Warren both had 12 points. Kindberg also was the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

For the Ballers, Isaah Rojas netted 24 points and Jerecho Johnson picked up the Honest John’s Player of the Game honor.

Austin Prunty scored 11 points and Hanny Quadri had 10 points as the Dream Team beat Frewsburg. Quadri was selected as the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

Trent Gray led Frewsburg with nine points and Tyler Marchincin was picked as the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

Chautauqua Lake downed the Red Raiders, paced by Bryan Anderson’s 10 points and Kyler Majak’s nine points. Mickey Velotta was also named the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

For the Red Raiders, Peyton Olson was the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

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Orange Crush rolled past the Raiders, 34-18, as Amanda Dilts delivered 11 points for the winners while Ashley Carlson was named the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

Marley Drake had five points for the Raiders and was the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

Riley Caskey dropped in 12 points and Sydney Greiner added 10 points as Maple Grove topped the Dill Pickles, 23-13. Caskey was also selected as the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

Breanna Hill scored six points for the Dill Pickles and claimed the honor as the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

Falconer topped Randolph, 22-14. Courtnee Peterson netted eight points and was the Honest John’s Player of the Game and Serena Camarata added six points.

For Randolph, Sydney Huizak delivered 10 points and she took honors as the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

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Bemus Point just got by Southwestern, 31-29, with Chloe Kibbe leading the winners with eight points. Kaylee McCall was named as the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

Alanna Dibble and Erin Radack each had eight points for Southwestern and Radack was selected as the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

Caitlin Craig, Alanna Hultberg and Morgan Lawson all contributed eight points as the Youngsville Eagles beat Chautauqua Lake.

Chadelynn Johnson topped Chautauqua Lake with six points.

The Honest John’s Players of the Game were Katlyn Fardink for Chautauqua Lake and Craig for the Eagles.

Maci Johnson scored 12 points and Lauren Barmore added seven points as Panama downed Cassadaga Valley. Johnson was also picked as the Honest John’s Player of the Game.

Jewelee Schauman led Cassadaga Valley with six points and Billy Best won honors as the Honest John’s Player of the Game.