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Tracy’s Trey Lifts JHS Past Lancaster

LANCASTER — Lauren Tracy made just one 3-pointer Friday night.

It came at just the right time for Jamestown.

Alyssa Holdridge fed Tracy for the game-winning 3-pointer with 2.4 seconds remaining as the Red Raiders beat Lancaster, 53-50, in Erie County Interscholastic Conference Division 1 girls basketball.

Jamestown led 26-24 at halftime before a 19-13 third quarter put the Legends in the lead with eight minutes remaining.

In the fourth quarter, Mickia Freeney scored 2 of her team-high 16 points and Marley Drake added a 3-pointer on her way to 13 points as the teams were tied at 50 heading into the Red Raiders’ final possession.

Jill Kindberg also had 4 fourth-quarter points on her way to 11 in the game for Jamestown (8-4, 4-2).

Annika Spitzer came off the bench to grab 12 rebounds, including eight on the offensive glass, for the Red Raiders. Kindberg had six rebounds; Drake had four assists; and Freeney had seven steals and four blocked shots.

Alissa Backhert led Lancaster (5-7, 2-4) with 18 points, Casey Mahony had 13 and Hope Harrington had 10.

JAMESTOWN (53)

Drake 5 0 13, Kindberg 4 3 11, Tracy 4 0 9, Freeney 7 0 16, Holdridge 0 0 0, Spitzer 1 0 2, Graham 0 2 2. Totals 21 5 53.

LANCASTER (50)

Kamrowski 1 2 4, Backhert 7 1 18, Szymusiak 0 0 0, Odrobina 1 0 2, Mahony 5 2 13, Callea 0 0 0, Robinson 0 0 0, Harrington 5 0 10, Schnitzer 1 0 3. Totals 20 5 50.

3-point goals–Drake 3, Tracy, Freeney 2, Backhert 3, Mahony, Schnitzer.

Jamestown 17 9 13 14 — 53

Lancaster 9 15 19 7 — 50

COUGARS RALLY PAST FREWSBURG

FREWSBURG — Bella Ruiz led four Cassadaga Valley girls in double figures as the Cougars rallied for a 49-42 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 West victory over Frewsburg.

McKenzie Haskins added 12 points while Meghan LeBaron and Kaylee Pattyson each had 11 for Cassadaga Valley (6-6, 2-2), which led 36-32, but fell behind early in the fourth quarter.

Pattyson had 11 rebounds; LeBaron had nine rebounds and five assists; and Ruiz and Meder each had four steals in the win.

Reagan Chitester led the Bears (9-5, 1-3) with 17 points while Mikayla Gabalski-Jones had 10 points and five steals. Alex Hultberg chipped in eight rebounds and Ashley Carlson had seven rebounds.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (49)

Ruiz 5 2 13, BLeBaron 0 0 0, MLeBaron 4 2 11, Meder 1 0 2, Pattyson 2 7 11, Haskins 4 0 12. Totals 16 11 49.

FREWSBURG (42)

Chitester 7 1 17, Hultberg 0 1 1, Carlson 1 1 3, Schrecengost 1 0 2, Gabalski-Jones 4 2 10, Constantino 0 0 0, Dilts 1 0 3, Yost 1 4 6. Totals 15 9 42.

3-point goals–Haskins 4, Ruiz, MLeBaron 1, Chitester 2, Dilts.

Cassadaga Valley 15 12 9 13 — 49

Frewsburg 13 7 12 10 — 42

Jayvees: Frewsburg 58, Cassadaga Valley 19

SCHNARS LEADS PANAMA

PANAMA — Kylie Schnars’ 20 points led Panama in a 63-32 Division 2 West victory over Westfield/Brocton.

The Panthers (9-1, 4-0) used a 21-5 first quarter to take control of the game early and led 33-16 at halftime.

Mandy Brink added 15 points, knocking down two 3-pointers, while Natalie Angeletti finished with 12 points and seven assists for Panama.

The Wolverines (4-9, 0-4) were led by 12 points from Julie Smith, who drained a game-high three 3s.

WESTFIELD/BROCTON (32)

Bodenmiller 2 0 6, Conklin 2 0 6, Smith 4 1 12, Wolfe 0 3 3, Dellow 1 1 3, Seger 1 0 2. Totals 10 5 32.

PANAMA (63)

Brink 6 1 15, Lyon 1 0 3, Angeletti 5 2 12, Bailey 2 0 4, Watson 1 0 2, Morton 1 0 2, Lisciandro 1 1 3, Schnars 5 9 20, Harvey 1 0 2. Totals 23 13 63.

3-point goals–Bodenmiller 2, Conklin 2, Smith 3, Brink 2, Lyon, Schnars.

Westfield/Brocton 5 11 7 9 — 32

Panama 21 12 14 16 — 63

Jayvees: Panama won.

FISHER, GRATTO LEAD SHERMAN

CLYMER — Jenna Fisher and MacKenzie Gratto combined for 26 points to give Sherman a 50-29 road victory over Clymer in Division 2 West action.

The Wildcats (9-2, 4-0) separated themselves in the second quarter, holding the Pirates to just one point to take a 31-10 lead at halftime. Amaya Lewczyk grabbed a team-high 10 boards in the win.

Clymer (7-6, 1-3) received contributions from Sam Nyweide, who scored a team-high 11 points, and from Arden Hepler and Karlen Honey, who each grabbed 10 boards.

SHERMAN (50)

Luden 1 0 3, JFisher 7 0 14, Lindsey 1 0 2, Myers 0 4 4, TGratto 0 1 1, Lewczyk 1 3 5, MGratto 5 2 12, Sands 0 1 1, HFisher 3 0 8, Cruz 0 0 0. Totals 18 11 50.

CLYMER (29)

Kuno 2 0 6, Wassink 0 0 0, Nyweide 3 4 11, Snyder 0 0 0, MEinink 1 0 3, Wiggers 2 1 5, Hepler 1 0 2, AEinink 0 0 0, Honey 1 0 2. Totals 10 5 29.

3-point goals–Luden, HFisher 2, Kuno 2, Nyweide, MEinink.

Sherman 16 15 11 8 — 50

Clymer 9 1 13 6 — 29

Jayvees: Clymer won.

HOOSE POWERS TROJANS

OLEAN — Gianna Hoose had 17 points and eight rebounds to lead Southwestern to a 51-34 Division 1 West victory over Olean.

The Trojans (7-6, 5-2) led 13-11 after the first quarter before taking command with a 12-4 second quarter.

Reece Beaver added 10 points while Allison Lundmark had seven rebounds and two steals in the win.

Norah Sweitzer led the Huskies (1-11, 0-6) with 8 points.

SOUTHWESTERN (51)

Beaver 4 0 10, Lawton 2 0 4, Curry 0 0 0, Caselman 0 0 0, Kranzo 1 1 3, Genareo 3 0 8, Gibble 1 0 2, Truver 0 0 0, Lundmark 0 0 0, Ricker 1 5 7, Hoose 6 5 17. Totals 18 11 51.

OLEAN (34)

Thomas 0 1 1, Gibbons 0 0 0, Martin 2 1 5, Sweitzer 3 0 8, Parks-Barker 2 1 6, Federowicz 1 3 5, Williams 2 0 5, Folts 1 2 4, Foster 0 0 0. Totals 11 8 34.

3-point goals–Beaver 2, Genareo 2, Sweitzer 2, Parks-Barker, Williams.

Southwestern 13 12 12 14 — 51

Olean 11 4 10 9 –34

Jayvees: Olean 38, Southwestern 26.

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