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Falconer, Cassadaga Valley To Meet Today

SINCLAIRVILLE — Sarah Disbro had 9 of her game-high 16 points in a 23-7 first quarter as Falconer beat Westfield 48-28 in the first round of the Cassadaga Valley Tip-Off Tournament on Friday evening.

Ava Fenton chipped in 7 points in the opening quarter, including a pair of 3-pointers for the Golden Falcons.

Rachael Harper added 9 points and 11 rebounds; Fenton had six steals and five assists; and Disbro had eight rebounds for four steals for Falconer.

Mckenzie Wolfe led Westfield with 7 points, including a 3-pointer.

WESTFIELD (28)

Bodenmiller 2 2 6, LJohnston 1 1 3, Mortimer 0 0 0, Conklin 1 2 4, Smith 0 1 1, Wolfe 3 0 7, Dellow 2 1 5, Fleck 1 0 2, Seger 0 0 0, Lopes 0 0 0, HJohnston 0 0 0. Totals 10 7 28.

FALCONER (48)

GPenhollow 0 0 0, LeBaron 0 0 0, Harper 3 3 9, IPenhollow 0 0 0, Fenton 3 1 9, Lundmark 3 0 6, Disbro 7 1 16, Rivera 0 2 2, Peterson 3 0 6. Totals 19 9 48.

3-point goals–Wolfe, Fenton 2, Disbro.

Westfield 6 6 8 8 — 28

Falconer 23 7 11 7 — 48

Jayvees: Falconer won.

COUGARS COME BACK

SINCLAIRVILLE — Cassadaga Valley advanced to the final of its own tournament with a 41-35 victory over Gowanda.

Kaylee Pattyson led the Cougars with 16 points, eight rebounds, four assists and four steals while Bella Ruiz added 11 points and Meghan LeBaron had eight rebounds.

Gowanda led 25-23 entering the final eight minutes before Cassadaga Valley outscored the Panthers 18-10.

Miya Scanlan led Gowanda with 13 points while Paige Gabel and Crissa Scanlan each had 10.

GOWANDA (35)

MScanlan 4 1 13, Whalen 0 0 0, Gabel 4 2 10, Young 1 0 2, SScanlan 4 2 10, Thompson 0 0 0. Totals 13 5 35.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (41)

Falkner 0 0 0, Ruiz 5 0 11, BLeBaron 4 0 8, MLeBaron 0 0 0, Meder 2 0 4, Pattyson 6 4 16, Rothleder 0 0 0, KDahl 1 0 2. Totals 18 4 41.

3-point goals–MScanlan 4, Ruiz.

Gowanda 8 3 14 10 — 35

Cassadaga Valley 4 11 8 18 — 41

BEARS HOLD OFF CARDINALS

FREWSBURG — A 17-6 second-quarter advantage was just enough to carry Frewsburg to a 51-49 nonleague victory over Randolph.

Mikayla Gabalski-Jones led the way for the Bears (2-1) with 14 points, Amanda Dilts grabbed five rebounds and Elise Sposato added four steals for the winners, who led 30-18 at intermission.

Sydney Hvizdzak scored a game-high 24 points, including 16 in the second half, and grabbed eight rebounds and had two steals for the Cardinals (1-2). Kyra Pence chipped in 10 points, Tyra Clark had nine boards, and Payton Morrison had 9 points, six rebounds, three steals and two assists.

RANDOLPH (49)

Pence 4 2 10, Smith 0 0 0, Clark 2 0 4, Hvizdzak 10 2 24, Morrison 2 5 9, Ames 0 0 0, Rosengren 0 0 0, Philp 0 0 0. Totals 18 9 49.

FREWSBURG (51)

Chitester 4 0 8, Hultberg 2 3 7, Carlson 1 4 7, Sposato 1 4 6, Schrecengost 0 0 0, Gabalski-Jones 4 5 14, Constantino 0 0 0, Dilts 2 1 5, Yost 2 0 4. Totals 16 17 51.

Randolph 12 6 16 15 — 49

Frewsburg 13 17 9 12 — 51

Jayvees: Frewsburg 46, Randolph 34.

HOOSE POWERS TROJANS

BUFFALO — Gianna Hoose scored 25 points as Southwestern moved to 1-2 on the year with a 64-42 nonleague win over Nichols (0-1).

Sofia Genareo chipped in 15 points and Reece Beaver added 6 points.

SOUTHWESTERN (64)

Turnbull 1 0 2, Beaver 2 2 6, Kranzo 2 0 4, Genareo 4 5 15, Lundmark 3 1 7, Ricker 2 0 5, Hoose 10 5 25. Totals 24 13 64.

NICHOLS (42)

SGriffin 10, Horan 4, Benchley 11, McClusley 4, Alphonse 2, Russo 10, Dolan 1.

3-point goals–Genareo 2, Ricker.

Southwestern 16 12 20 16 — 64

Nichols 8 11 19 4 — 42

Jayvees: Southwestern won, 28-8.

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