Sherman Holds Off Frewsburg To Advance In Class D

Sherman’s Maggie Myers, right, is closely guarded by Frewsburg’s Gabby Iuculano during Thursday’s Section VI Class D quarterfinal basketball game. P-J photo by Mark L. Anderson

SHERMAN — Carrie Sands and MacKenzie Gratto made key foul shots down the stretch as Sherman held off Frewsburg, 44-39, in a Section VI Class D quarterfinal.

Sands made all four of her free throws and Gratto connected on both of her charity tosses in the late going as Sherman ran its record to 14-7.

Sands and Gratto led the Lady Wildcats in scoring with 10 points each while Zoey Charrette added 9. Gratto grabbed 12 rebounds and Hannah Murdock added 11. Sands also had four assists.

Gabby Iuculano finished with 18 points for Frewsburg (7-14). Dani Gray added 12 points and 13 rebounds while Iuculano had five steals.

Sherman now faces Franklinville in the semifinals at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday at Jamestown Community College.

Sherman’s Carrie Sands, right, is closely guarded during Thursday’s Section VI Class D quarterfinal. P-J photo by Mark L. Anderson

FREWSBURG (39)

Iuculano 5 7 18, Jones 2 0 5, Dilts 2 0 4, Gray 5 2 12, A. Carlson 0 0 0, K. Carlson 0 0 0, McLaughlin 0 0 0, Cusimano 0 0 0, Hultberg 0 0 0, Hallberg 0 0 0, Ownbey 0 0 0. Totals 14 9 39.

SHERMAN (44)

Charrette 3 1 9, Myers 3 2 10, Starceski 1 0 2, Gratto 2 2 6, Sands 2 4 10, Cady 1 1 3, Murdock 2 0 4, Carris 0 0 0, Hayes 0 0 0. Totals 14 10 44.

3-point goals — Iuculano, Jones, Charrette 2, Myers 2, Sands 2,

Southwestern’s Gianna Hoose drives strong to the basket during Thursday’s Section VI Class B2 quarterfinal against Buffalo Arts. P-J photo by Scott Reagle

Frewsburg 10 5 9 15 — 39

Sherman 10 5 10 19 — 44

LADY TROJANS SHINE

The Southwestern Lady Trojans hit Buffalo Arts with a 28-point first quarter and coasted the rest of the way for an 83-47 Section VI Class B2 quarterfinal victory over Buffalo Arts.

Alanna Dibble and Erin Radack combined for 19 points for Southwestern during the first quarter. Radack had 10 points and Dibble added nine.

Southwestern’s Sofia Genareo steals the ball from a Buffalo Arts player as teammates Erin Radack (22) and Izzy Bursch trap. P-J photo by Scott Reagle

Gianna Hoose had 16 of her varsity high 19 points in the second half. She also brought down a career-high nine rebounds. Dibble also had 10 rebounds and Radack had nine.

Radack had six assists and Izzy Bursch had five assists while Dibble added six steals to the winning cause. Radack tied Hoose in scoring with 19 points while Dibble added 15 points. Kaliah Bush had 19 points and Destiny Barber added 11 for Buffalo Arts (8-13).

Southwestern (19-2) will now meet Gowanda, which defeated Eden, 61-48, in the semifinals, which are scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Kenmore West.

BUFFALO ARTS (47)

Meredith 2 0 5, Benson 1 0 3, McCullough 1 0 2, Barber 5 1 11, Bush 6 7 19, Rasbada 0 1 1, Benedict 3 0 6. Totals 18 9 47.

SOUTHWESTERN (83)

Hoose 9 1 19, Matthews 3 0 6, Davies 1 0 2, Genareo 4 0 8, Minarovich 2 0 4, Radack 8 0 19, Bursch 4 0 10, Dibble 7 1 15. Totals 38 2 83.

3-point goals– Meredith, Barber, Radack 3, Bursch 2.

Buffalo Arts 10 15 11 11 — 47

Southwestern 28 15 22 16 — 83

PANAMA ROLLS

PANAMA — Natalie Angeletti scored all 10 points in the first half when the Lady Panthers jumped to a 42-0 halftime lead en route to a 63-21 Section VI Class D quarterfinal victory over North Collins.

Natalie Angeletti grabbed 11 rebounds, Elle Angeletti had 10 boards, Lauren Barmore scored11 points and Kylie Schnars added 10 for the Lady Panthers (20-4).

Karianne Yuchnitz had five rebounds and four steals, and Abby Lisciandro, Maci Johnson and Barmore each had three assists for the Lady Panthers, who will face Pine Valley at 7:30 p.m., March 1 in the semifinals at Jamestown Community College.

Isabelle Wroblewski led North Collins with nine rebounds and 7 points.

NORTH COLLINS (21)

Wroblewski 3 0 7, Swanson 0 0 0, Gable 1 0 2, Rice 3 0 6, Romano 2 0 6, Hedy 0 0 0, Macaluso 0 0 0, Spicola 0 0 0, Haney 0 0 0. Totals 9 0-0 21.

PANAMA (63)

Johnson 3 2 9, Lisciandro 1 0 3, Barmore 5 0 11, Yuchnitz 2 0 4, Mistretta 1 0 2, N. Angeletti 5 0 10, E. Angeletti 1 1 3, Schauman 1 0 2, O’Dell 1 0 2, Marsh 2 3 7, Schnars 4 2 10. Totals 26 8 63.

3-point goals — Romano 2, Wroblewski, Johnson, Schnars 2.

North Collins 0 0 13 8 — 21

Panama 25 17 7 14 –63

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RANDOLPH — Riley Caskey poured in 27 points and added four steals to lead Maple Grove to a 62-37 victory over Randolph in a Section VI Class C quarterfinal.

Marissa Schuppenhauer chipped in with 16 points and seven steals, and Courtney Hemminger added 9 points, 11 rebounds and three assists for the Lady Red Dragons (15-8), who will meet Holland at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the semifinals at Jamestown Community College.

Kara Leeper led the Lady Cardinals with 13 points, five steals and three assists, Sydney Hvizdak collected 9 points, Joan Adams brought down 12 rebounds and Abigail John had nine boards.

MAPLE GROVE (62)

SGreiner 0 1 1, Caskey 10 7 27, Grissom 1 0 2, CGreiner 0 0 0, Hill 2 0 4, Mozzi 0 0 0, Tarbrake 0 0 0, Schuppenhauer 7 1 16, Hemminger 4 0 9, Steen 1 1 3, Totals 25 10 62.

RANDOLPH (37)

Lockwood 1 1 3, Leeper 6 0 13, Hvizdak 4 0 9, John 1 0 2, Rhodes 0 1 1, Cline 0 0 0, McClune 0 0 0, Kennedy 1 2 4, Waterhouse 0 0 0, Adams 0 1 1, George 2 0 4, Totals 15 5 37.

3-point goals–Schuppenhauer, Hemminger, Leeper, Hvizdak.

Maple Grove 17 16 17 12 — 62

Randolph 11 12 9 6 — 37

DANI HASKELL SHOWS WAY

FRANKLINVILLE — Dani Haskell put on a basketball clinic.

In the first quarter alone.

The senior guard poured in 23 of her game-high 35 points in the opening eight minutes to propel Franklinville to a big lead on its way to an 82-39 Class D quarterfinal victory over Clymer.

The win advances the Lady Panthers (21-0) into the semifinals where they’ll meet Sherman at 5:30 p.m. March 1 at Jamestown Community College.

Bri Broadwell added 15 points, Ally Haskell chipped in with 10 points and 10 rebounds and Amy O’Neal grabbed 10 boards for the winners.

Nashia Duryee paced Clymer with 11 points and eight rebounds and Arden Heppler grabbed nine boards.

CLYMER (39)

Wiggers 1 0 2, Honey 2 0 4, Covey 1 1 3, Duryee 4 2 11, Blakeslee 0 2 2, Heslink 1 0 2, Gustafson 3 0 8, Heppler 3 1 7, Totals 15 6 39.

FRANKLINVILLE (82)

Milligan 1 0 2, Broadwell 5 0 15, Burrell 0 2 2, AHaskell 4 1 10, DHaskell 13 4 35, McCoy 5 0 10, Szymanski 2 0 4, O’Neal 2 0 4, Totals 32 7 82.

3-point goals–Dureya, Gustafson 2, Broadwell 5, AHaskell, DHaskell 5.

Clymer 8 10 11 10 — 39

Franklinville 30 19 21 12 — 82

PINE VALLEY ROLLS

ELLICOTTVILLE — Kayla Hohl scored 21 points and Pine Valley jumped out to a 31-5 halftime lead en route to a 50-19 Section VI Class D quarterfinal victory over Ellicottville.

Lyric Westlund added 13 points and Kaylee Crisanti chipped in with 8 for the winners (13-8), who will take on

Evelyn Cortez paced the Lady Eagles (10-11) with 9 points.

Pine Valley advances to the semifinals where it will meet Panama at 7:30 p.m. March 1 at Jamestown Community College

PINE VALLEY (50)

Hohl 9 1 21, Miller 6 1 13, Westlund 1 0 2, Fadale 0 1 1, Lawton 0 1 1, Crisanti 3 0 8, Tyma 1 0 2, Smuda 1 0 2, Totals 21 4 50.

ELLICOTTVILLE (19)

Smith 1 1 3, Cortez 3 1 8, Kongats 1 0 2, Wyatt 1 0 2, Tomsick 1 0 2, Earley 1 0 2, Totals 8 2 19.

3-point goals–Hohl 2, Cresanti 2, Cortez.

Pine Valley 17 14 7 12 — 50

Ellicottville 4 1 7 7 — 19

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