BREAKING NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

Sherman Boys Roll To Win

BROCTON – The Brocton Bulldogs (1-10, 0-6) continued their shooting struggles Wednesday as they fell to Sherman (13-1, 8-0), 50-27, Wednesday in West 2 Division boys high school basketball.

The Bulldogs scored just four points in the first quarter and they trailed the league leaders, 12-4, after eight minutes. The home team played much better in the second frame as they trailed just 26-17 at intermission. However, the Wildcats went on to outscore the Bulldogs, 24-10, in the second half for the win.

Macalam Buchanan led Brocton with nine points while Aaron Riforgiato had 10 rebounds to go along with his seven points.

Sherman received balanced scoring as Ryan Robson led the way with 13 points. Jake Card and Andrew Graham each scored 11 points, and Card, Graham and Robson each pulled down six rebounds.

Of Brocton’s 27 turnovers, only 11 were forced.

SHERMAN (50)

Gleason 1 0 3, Graham 4 0 11, Robson 5 2 13, Myers 2 2 7, Card 5 1 11, Ames 0 1 1, Ottaway 2 0 4, totals 19 6 50

BROCTON (27)

Buchanan 3 1 9, Aaron Riforgiato 2 3 7, Anthony 2 2 6, Siracusa 1 0 2, Graves 1 1 3, Totals 9 7 27

3-pooint goals: Buchanan 2, Gleason,Graham 3, Robson, Myers

Sherman 12 14 17 7 – 50

Brocton 4 13 5 5 – 27

Jayvee: Sherman won

PIRATES PULL AWAY

WESTFIELD – The Clymer Pirates (7-6, 4-3) pulled away from the Westfield Wolverines (7-6, 3-4), 63-54.

The Wolverines held a slim 12-11 lead after the first quarter, but trailed, 28-27 at halftime. The Pirates went on to outscore the home team, 35-27, in the second half for the win.

The Pirates received balanced scoring as three players scored in double digits, led by Mitch Einink’s 24 points. Jake Wiggers added 14 points and Matt DeStevens had 13. Jared Dunnewold and Einink combined for 21 rebounds, while the Wolverines had just 24 as a team. DeStevens also had five assists in the win.

Westfield was led by Jacob Gray’s 12 points and eight rebounds. Jessie Rodriguez had 11 points in defeat.

CLYMER (63)

DeStevens 4 4 13, Wiggers 5 2 14, Adam Einink 1 0 2, Dunnewold 3 1 7, Mitch Einink 8 3 24, Legters 1 0 3, Woods 0 0 0, Totals 22 10 63

WESTFIELD (54)

Rodriguez 4 3 11, Dahl 3 2 10, Bentham 0 0 0, Hunt 1 0 2, North 2 0 6, Gray 4 4 12, Tennies 4 1 9, DeMarco 2 0 4, Totals 20 10 54

3-point goals: DeStevens, Legters, Wiggers 2, MEinink 5, Dahl 2, North 2

Clymer 11 17 15 20 – 63

Westfield 12 15 14 13 – 54

Jayvee: Clymer won

EAST 1 DIVISION

GOWANDA WINS IN OT

ALLEGANY – The Gowanda Panthers (9-6, 2-5) were clicking from the perimeter and inside the paint and needed every bit of offense they could find as they defeated the Allegany-Limestone Gators, 73-68 in overtime.

Zach Stevens led the attack with 23 points while Chase Williams added 22 points, including three treys.

Stevens also had 14 rebounds. Brennan Geiger had 15 points for the winners.

GOWANDA (73)

Williams 8 3 22, Geiger 6 0 15, Benton 2 3 8, Jordan Young 1 0 2, Stevens 10 3 23, Lucas Brawdy 1 0 3, Totals 28 9 73

ALLEGANY-LIMESTONE (68)

Davis 4 0 9, Conroy 5 0 10, Fidurko 2 0 4, Johnston 1 0 2, Saglimben 6 7 20, Vossler 5 1 12, Nye 0 1 1, McMullen 1 1 3, Zemack 3 1 7, Totals 27 11 68

3-point goals: Williams 3, Geiger 3, Benton 1, Brawdy, Davis, Saglimben, Vossler.

Gowanda 14 14 17 17 6 – 73

Allegany-Limestone 17 17 21 9 1 – 68

Jayvee: Gowanda won

EAST 2 DIVISION

HORNETS PREVAIL

FORESTVILLE – It took three quarters, but the Forestville Hornets (6-7, 5-1) finally got their offense rolling as they rallied past Pine Valley (3-9, 2-3), 62-40.

Trailing by three points heading into the final eight minutes, Dylan Szumigala and Jake Nosbisch combined for 15 of the team’s 28 points, while holding the Panthers to just three points the rest.

Szumigala and Nosbisch each finished with 13 points while Caleb Makuch added 12 and Wayne Hartloff had nine. Makuch and Logan Youngberg combined for 16 rebounds. Nosbisch had seven steals and Szumigala had six steals and five assists for the winners.

The Panthers were led by Jake Wilcox’s 11 points and 10 rebounds and Bryce Jay’s 10 points and as many rebounds.

PINE VALLEY (40)

Wilcox 3 5 11, Jay 3 4 10, Raiport 3 0 7, Granger 2 3 7, Snyder 2 0 5, Totals 13 12 40

FORESTVILLE (62)

Nosbisch 3 7 13, Youngberg 3 0 6, Stone 0 2 2, Szumigala 5 2 13, Forbes 1 5 7, Makuch 5 0 12, Hartloff 4 1 9, Totals 21 17 62

3-pint goals: Snyder, Raiport, Makuch 2, Szumigala

Pine Valley 8 14 15 3 – 40

Forestville 8 13 13 28 – 62

Jayvee: Forestville won