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Auer Pours In 30 As Maple Grove Pulls Away

CLYMER — Peter Auer scored 30 points and picked up nine steals to lead Maple Grove past Clymer, 67-52, in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 West boys basketball Tuesday.

Auer scored 9 points during a 12-5 first quarter and 5 more in the second quarter before a 13-point third quarter helped put the Pirates away.

The Red Dragons (3-4, 2-3) outscored Clymer, 40-25, in the final two quarters after the game was tied 27-27 at halftime.

“They outran us in the second half,” Clymer head coach Irv King said. “They had a lot of fast-break points and turns us over.”

Darius Jones added 16 points in the win.

Hunter Wassink led the Pirates (4-6, 2-4) with 19 points while Zavon Overton and Bishop Kopta each had 10.

Maple Grove (3-4, 2-3) 67-52 over Clymer (4-6, 2-4)

MAPLE GROVE (67)

Jones 7 1 16, PAuer 13 2 30, Egan 2 0 4, Reagle 0 3 3, Crist 1 0 2, Myles 0 0 0, Kelemen 4 0 8, RAuer 0 0 0, Lindell 0 0 0, Tranum 0 0 0, McPherson 2 0 4, Maloney 0 0 0. Totals 29 6 67.

CLYMER (52)

BKopta 4 2 10, Wassink 7 3 19, AWhite 0 2 2, MWhite 1 0 2, Dunnewold 0 2 2, McIntyre 0 0 0, Baez 1 0 3, Overton 3 2 10, Beal 2 0 4. Totals 18 11 52.

3-point goals–Jones, PAuer 2, Wassink 2, Baez, Overton.

Maple Grove 12 15 24 16 — 67

Clymer 5 22 15 10 — 52

Jayvees: Maple Grove won, 44-38.

CARDINALS HIT 16 3s

PORTVILLE — Randolph drained 16 3-pointers in an 84-33 Division 1 East victory over Portville.

Tyler Hind led the Cardinals (8-1, 2-0) with 26 points, including seven 3-pointers, while Jaiden Huntington had 18 points, including six 3-pointers. Ashton Bushey chipped in a pair of 3-pointers and Ty Rosengren also hit one. Gabe McCoy added 21 points and eight rebounds; Kaleb Steward had 10 assists, seven rebounds and four steals; and Tyler Hind had five rebounds in the win.

Dalton Tobola led the Panthers (4-5, 0-3) with 19 points.

RANDOLPH (84)

Steward 1 0 2, IHind 1 0 2, THind 9 1 26, Bushey 2 0 6, Shields 1 0 2, Huntington 6 0 18, Rosengren 2 0 5, McCoy 9 3 21, Clark 1 0 2. Totals 32 4 84.

PORTVILLE (33)

Griffin 1 1 4, Wenke 1 0 2, Tobola 8 0 19, Tarr 4 0 8, Long 0 0 0, Kalsman 0 0 0, Howard 0 0 0, Page 0 0 0, Stillman 0 0 0, Lockwood 0 0 0, Stone 0 0 0, Jordan 0 0 0, Whitney 0 0 0. Totals 14 1 33.

3-point goals–THind 7, Bushey 2, Huntington 6, Rosengren, Griffin, Tobola 3.

Randolph 24 23 22 15 — 84

Portville 4 5 11 13 — 33

Jayvees: Randolph won.

EVERYBODY

CHIPS IN FOR SHERMAN

SHERMAN — Justiss Hannold and John Swabik each scored 15 points to lead Sherman to an 80-32 Division 2 West win over Cassadaga Valley.

Gerald Carris added 13 points while Keith Gormley and Derek Sears each had 10 points for the Wildcats (5-3, 3-1). Swabik had 11 rebounds and five steals; Hannold had five steals; and Bryce Fisher handed out a team-high four assists.

Braden LeBaron scored 7 points, Drake Pierce grabbed six rebounds and Connor Austin had five rebounds for the Cougars (2-9, 0-5), who turned the ball over 43 times.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (32)

LeBaron 2 2 7, Reichner 1 0 3, Austin 1 2 5, Pierce 1 3 5, Harrington 1 0 2, Russo 1 2 5, Pingitore 0 0 0, Shealy 2 0 5, Abram 0 0 0, Haskins 0 0 0, Phillips 0 0 0, Dorman 0 0 0. Totals 9 9 32.

SHERMAN (80)

Hannold 6 1 15, Swabik 7 0 15, Carris 5 3 13, Meeder 0 0 0, Swan 1 1 3, Sears 2 6 10, Gormley 1 0 2, Fisher 0 3 3, Thornton 0 0 0, Mitchell 2 1 6, Burgess 1 0 2, Majchrzak 3 0 6, Lamoni 1 2 5. Totals 29 17 80.

3-point goals–LeBaron, Reichner, Austin, Russo, Shealy, Hannold 2, Swabik, Mitchell, Lamoni.

Cassadaga Valley 10 9 2 11 — 32

Sherman 25 14 24 17 — 80

Jayvees: Sherman won.

FREDONIA

STARTS STRONG

MAYVILLE — Fredonia outscored Chautauqua Lake 17-7 in the first quarter to help gear its 54-44 Division 1 West victory.

Tyler Putney led the way for the Hillbillies (9-3, 3-1), dropping 20 points, grabbing four rebounds and blocking five shots. Nick Whitfield finished with 10 points and six rebounds while Patrick Reading led the team with eight rebounds.

“They got up on us and did what they needed to do to win,” Thunderbirds coach Alex Reyda said after the defeat which dropped Chautauqua Lake to 1-10 overall and 0-4 in the league. “We played them pretty even the whole game. Whitfield got into foul trouble in the first half and that helped and we cut it quite a bit, but not enough.”

Luke Waters led the Thunderbirds with 18 points and Nate Adams recorded a double-double in the loss, finishing with 15 points and 13 boards.

FREDONIA (54)

Rybij 3 1 8, Schrader 1 2 4, Putney 6 6 20, Whitfield 4 2 10, Reading 4 2 10, Gullo 1 0 2. Totals 19 13 54.

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (44)

NoAdams 4 0 8, Waters 7 0 18, Godfrey 1 1 3, NaAdams 6 3 15, Anderson 0 0 0, Sauerland 0 0 0, Engdahl 0 0 0, Syper 0 0 0, Ormsby 0 0 0. Totals 18 4 44.

3-point goals–Waters 4, Rybij, Putney 2

Fredonia 17 10 12 15 — 54

Chautauqua Lake 7 10 13 14 — 44

WARRIORS

PUT IT AWAY EARLY

FALCONER — Four players finished in double figures as Salamanca defeated Falconer, 84-32, in Division 1 East action.

At halftime, the Warriors held a 52-10 lead and were led throughout the game by teammates Aaron George and Lucus Brown, who each drained two 3-pointers and finished with 18 and 17 points, respectively. Lucas McKenna also added 13 points while Jarod White added 10.

The Falcons were led by Nick Erickson, who finished with 15 points.

SALAMANCA (84)

Herrick 3 0 7, JMcKenna 3 2 9, LMcKenna 5 3 13, Hedlund 2 0 5, Brown 7 1 17, Hoag 1 3 5, George 8 0 18, White 4 2 10. Totals 33 11 84.

FALCONER (32)

Erickson 7 1 15, Youngberg 1 0 3, Jaquez Thomas 4 0 8, Wally Calderon 1 0 2, Stewart 1 0 2, Chapman 0 0 0, Smith 1 0 2. Totals 15 1 32.

3-point goals–Youngberg, Herrick, JMcKenna, Hedlund, Brown 2, George 2

Salamanca 24 28 20 12 — 84

Falconer 2 8 2 20 — 32

BLACK KNIGHTS PREVAIL

GOWANDA — Silver Creek coasted past Gowanda, 88-33, in Division 1 East action.

The Black Knights got off to a scorching start with a 30-9 first quarter before leading 57-22 at halftime.

Silver Creek (6-4, 3-0) was led by Dominic Jamison, who scored 19 points with seven assists and four steals while Xyon Wolverton had 16 points and six rebounds off the bench. Nate Parker added 11 points for the Black Knights and Spencer Harford ended with 10 points and eight rebounds.

Gowanda (3-7, 1-2) was led by Tyee Nagel’s 10 points.

ELLICOTTVILLE RALLIES

ELLICOTTVILLE — Leif Jimerson scored 19 points as Ellicottville slipped past Forestville, 44-41, in Division 2 East.

The Hornets (4-6, 2-1) got off to a hot start, outscoring the Eagles 14-9 through one quarter of play. With the deficit being five, both teams’ defenses showed up to keep the game tight in the second frame.

The Eagles were snakebitten in the second quarter, unable to score a point, as a poor shooting percentage looked to be their downfall. Despite this, the Eagles defense held strong, only allowing the Hornets seven points in the quarter, leading to a 21-9 halftime lead for the Hornets.

The Eagles (9-1, 3-0) defense held the Hornets to 10 points in each of the third and fourth quarters while the Eagles scored 35 the rest of the way to salvage a victory when things looked grim.

Wyatt Chudy had 9 points, 13 rebounds, and six assists while Clayton Rowland added 8 points in the win.

Forestville was led by their duo of Gavin Christian, who scored 28 points, and Javier West, who scored 9 points with four steals. Dalton Hastings added 10 rebounds for the Hornets as well.

PINE VALLEY FALLS

NORTH COLLINS — North Collins knocked off Pine Valley, 53-37, in Division 2 East.

The Eagles (4-7, 2-1) only held a two-point lead at the end of the first quarter, outscored Pine Valley 16-5 in the second quarter and 18-10 after the intermission. Pine Valley (4-6, 0-3) was able to win the fourth quarter 13-8, but it was too late for a Panthers comeback.

Dominic Fricano led the way for North Collins with 15 and 13 rebounds while Matt Sweet had 14 points on four 3-pointers. Tyler Robinson added 13 points, 11 rebounds and six blocked shots in the win.

Corey Ellis led the way for the Panthers with 12 points while Bryce Sercu had 11 and Wayne Libby had 10.

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