Post-Journal Players of the Week

GIRLS BASKETBALL, KYLEE DOWDY, SALAMANCA. Kylee Dowdy had 28 points as Salamanca beat Cassadaga Valley, 41-40, in non-league action last Wednesday. On Tuesday, Dowdy had 14 points, 15 rebounds, five steals and an assist as the Warriors beat non-league Forestville, 29-26.
WRESTLING, BRYCE ROWE, CHAUTAUQUA LAKE/WESTFIELD/PANAMA. Bryce Rowe went 4-0 and was named Most Outstanding Wrestler as he led Chautauqua Lake/ Westfield/Panama to the team title at the Ripley Invitational on Saturday. Rowe won the 160-pound title by earning a 7-5 decision over Iroquois (Pa.) wrestler Joe Galvin in the championship round.
BOYS BOWLING, ZACK RYBERG, JAMESTOWN. Zack Ryberg rolled a 215-227-644 to help Jamestown beat Dunkirk, 3-1, in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 bowling Wednesday at Jamestown Bowling Company. Led by Ryberg, the Red Raiders rolled a team linescore of 951-1,050-1,022-3,023.
GIRLS BOWLING, MARIAH GLOWNIAK, DUNKIRK. Mariah Glowniak rolled a 223-211-628 to lead Dunkirk to a 4-0 sweep of Jamestown in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 bowling Wednesday at Jamestown Bowling Company. Led by Glowniak, the Marauders rolled a team linescore of 951-875-820-2,646.
BOYS BASKETBALL, NATE BRAWDY, GOWANDA. Nate Brawdy had 35 points, 15 rebounds and five assists as Gowanda beat Portville, 60-44, in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 East action last Thursday. With a free throw in the second quarter, Brawdy scored his 1,377th point to become Gowanda’s all-time leading scorer.
BOYS SWIMMING, MATTHEW ROEHMHOLDT, JAMESTOWN. Matthew Roehmholdt was a double winner and a member of three winning relays as Jamestown finished second at the Puff Invitational hosted by Cleveland Hill on Saturday. Roehmholdt won the 200-yard individual medley (2:15.61) and 100-yard breaststroke (1:10.24), both in personal-best times. Roehmholdt was also a member of the winning 200-yard medley (1:52.75), 200-yard freestyle (1:37.13) and 400-yard freestyle (3:40.76) relays.

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