Maple Grove, Sherman To Meet For Tourney Title

The host Red Dragons had little trouble opening the Maple Grove Tip-Off Tournament with a win over Cassadaga Valley, 66-18, behind the combined efforts of Courtney Hemminger and Riley Caskey.

Hemminger scored 17 points and Caskey added 12 with Hemminger scoring six of her points during a 19-0 first quarter for the Red Dragons.

Maple Grove ended up with a 25-0 lead before Beth Ruiz scored for Cassadaga Valley midway through the second quarter.

Courtney Greiner added 10 points in the win.

Ruiz and Brooke Repine each had 6 points to lead the Cougars.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (18)

Nickerson 0 1 1, Ruiz 3 0 6, Horton 0 0 0, LeBaron 0 1 1, Williams 0 0 0, Barmore 1 0 2, Anderson 1 0 2, Repine 3 0 6, Rearick 0 0 0, Crandall 0 0 0, Roberts 0 0 0, Hitchcock 0 0 0. Totals 8 2 18.

MAPLE GROVE (66)

Caskey 5 2 12, Grissom 2 0 4, Davis 1 0 2, Hill 3 3 9, Mozzi 0 0 0, Schuppenhauer 4 0 8, Hemminger 7 0 17, Greiner 5 0 10, Bentley 2 0 4. Totals 29 3 66.

3-point goals–Caskey 2, Hemminger 3.

Cassadaga Valley 0 7 9 2 — 18

Maple Grove 19 13 17 17 — 66

Jayvees: Maple Grove won

SHERMAN ADVANCES

Sherman advanced to the championship game of the Maple Grove Tip-Off Tournament with a 53-42 win over Falconer.

The Wildcats will take on the host Red Dragons on Saturday, Dec. 23 for the title.

Carrie Sands led Sherman on Saturday with 15 points while MacKenzie Gratto added 10 points and 10 rebounds. Emily Starceski grabbed seven rebounds and Maggie Myers handed out five assists.

Sarah Disbro led the Golden Falcons with 14 points to go along with six rebounds, two assists and two steals while Ava Fenton had 10 points and two steals. Hannah Binkley grabbed seven rebounds and Sam Snow had six.

FALCONER (42)

Camarata 2 0 5, AFenton 3 2 10, IPenhollow 0 0 0, GPenhollow 0 0 0, Disbro 4 4 14, Snow 1 0 3, Sampson 0 0 0, CVincent 0 7 7, Binkley 0 2 2, KVincent 0 1 1. Totals 10 16 42

SHERMAN (53)

Charrette 2 0 5, Carris 0 0 0, Myers 1 5 8, Starceski 1 3 5, Gratto 5 0 10, Sands 5 2 15, Hayes 0 0 0, Cady 1 0 2, Murdock 4 0 8. Totals 19 10 53.

3-point goals–Camarata, Fenton 2, Disbro 2, Snow, Charrette, Myers, Sands 3.

Falconer 5 8 19 10 — 42

Sherman 12 12 13 16 — 53

Jayvees: Falconer won

ANGELETTI

DOMINATES

WARREN, Pa. — Sophomore Natalie Angeletti had her first career 20-point, 20-rebound game in Panama’s 57-40 win over Moniteau.

Angeletti hit both numbers on the dot as the Panthers pulled away from a 33-28 halftime lead to win easily.

Sophomore Kylie Schnars added 11 points and 10 rebounds while Lauren Barmore had 10 points, seven rebounds and four assists for the Panthers. Elle Angeletti chipped in six rebounds as Panama pulled down 53 rebounds as a team.

“Defensively, we made a couple of adjustments, but we really dominated the boards,” Panama coach Jeff Angeletti said about a dominating second half that saw the Panthers outscore Moniteau, 24-12. “Our press really found a lot of success, especially in the third quarter.”

PANAMA (57)

Barmore 4 1 10, Yuchnitz 5 0 12, NAngeletti 8 3 20, EAngeletti 1 0 2, Marsh 1 0 2, Schnars 3 5 11, Lisciandro 0 0 0, Schauman 0 0 0. Totals 21 9 57.

MONITEAU (40)

EBair 6 0 13, AHartle 1 0 2, Arblaster 1 2 5, IBair 4 0 9, Auvil 4 0 8, BHartle 0 0 0, Loos 0 0 0, Pry 0 0 0. Totals 16 2 40.

3-point goals–Barmore, Yuchnitz 2, NAngeletti, EBair, Arblaster.

Panama 14 19 14 10 — 57

Moniteau 16 12 8 4 — 40

Jayvees: Moniteau won

JAMESTOWN 

WINS IN OVERTIME

Kaitlyn Bennett starred in a winning effort for Jamestown at McElrath Gymnasium on Saturday night.

Bennett put forth one of her top performances by scoring 20 points, including six from 3-point range, as the Red Raiders (1-1) dropped non-league Chautauqua Lake (0-2), 57-55, in overtime.

The game was deadlocked at 46 going into overtime when the Red Raiders went on an 11-9 run to pull out their home opener.

In the extra session, Bennett and Macey Lundmark each had key 3-pointers for the hosts.

Lundmark wound up with 13 points, three rebounds, four steals and two assists. Taylor Evan contributed 10 points and Allie Stockwell had 7 points.

Lily Woodis scored 13 points and Abigail Henry had 12 points for Chautauqua Lake.

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (55)

Henry 6 0 12, Keyser 0 0 0, Raush 0 0 0, Fardink 3 0 8, Perdue 0 0 0, Phelps 4 0 9, Jacobson 2 0 6, Woodis 3 5 13, Zenns 3 1 7. Totals 21 6 55.

JAMESTOWN (57)

Gates 1 0 3, Lundmark 3 6 13, Stockwell 2 3 7, Bennett 6 2 20, Evan 4 2 10, MBrightman 1 0 2, Fredrick 0 2 2, TBrightman 0 0 0, Starkweather 0 0 0. Totals 17 15 57.

3-point goals–Bennett 6, Fardink 2, Jacobson 2, Windus 2, Gates, Lundmark

Chautauqua Lake 19 4 8 15 9 — 55

Jamestown 11 8 13 14 11 — 57

Jayvees: Jamestown won

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