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T’Birds Upset Westfield In Boys Hoops

Randolph’s Gabe McCoy (23) grabs a contested rebound from Iroquois’ Zech Franklin during Friday night’s nonleague basketball game. P-J photo by Tim Frank

RIPLEY — Nate and Noah Adams combined for 36 points to send Chautauqua Lake to a 55-52 nonleague victory over Westfield at Ripley Central School.

Nate Adams scored 21 points, collected nine rebounds and had five steals for the Thunderbirds (5-15), who dug themselves out of a 12-2 first-quarter hole. Noah Adams chipped in with 15 points and Luke Waters added three rebounds and three steals.

Chautauqua Lake led 24-22 at halftime and 42-41 after three quarters courtesy of Nate Adams’ 3-pointer at the buzzer. The Thunderbirds led by as many as five points in the final period and held on for the victory as the Wolverines’ trey as time expired rimmed out.

Ryan Jafarjian led Westfield with 21 points and Andrew Baribeau added 14 (17-3).

WESTFIELD (52)

Holland 0 0 0, Swanson 2 0 5, Culbreth 3 0 7, Johnson 1 1 3, Scriven 1 0 2, Jafarjian 9 1 21, Baribeau 5 4 14, Totals 21 6 52.

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (55)

NAdams 7 0 15, Anderson 0 2 2, Waters 3 0 7, Godfrey 0 0 0, Engdahl 0 0 0, Syper 0 2 2, Ormsby 3 0 8, NaAdams 7 6 21, Totals 20 10 55.

3-point goals–Swanson, Culbreth, Jafarjian 2, NoAdams, Waters, Ormsby 2, NaAdams 1.

Westfield 14 8 19 11 — 52

Chautauqua Lake 10 14 18 13 — 55

Jayvees: Chautauqua Lake won.

CARDS CLAIM 19TH WIN

RANDOLPH — Behind another stellar performance by Tyler Hind and a strong defensive effort overall, Randolph closed its regular season with a 65-49 nonleague victory over Iroquois.

Hind poured in 33 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and had eight assists to help the Cardinals improve to 19-1.

“I’m just happy where we’re at,” Randolph coach Kevin Hind said. “Defensively, we’ve been really good.”

In fact, the Cardinals held two of the Chiefs’ top scorers, Trey Kleitz and Matt Matla, to 5 points apiece.

Meanwhile, Gabe McCoy scored 14 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and had six blocked shots, Kaleb Steward added 9 points, and Ashton Bushey hauled in seven boards for Randolph, which led, 36-23, at halftime.

Nick Bowen led Iroquois with 20 points.

IROQUOIS (49)

Mogavero 2 1 7, Osuch 1 0 3, Franklin 3 0 7, Kleicz 1 3 5, Matla 1 2 5, Bowen 8 1 20, Totals 16 7 49.

RANDOLPH (65)

Steward 2 3 9, Hind 12 6 33, Morrison 2 0 6, Rosengren 1 0 3, McCoy 5 4 14, Bushey 0 0 0, Totals 22 13 65.

3-point goals–Mogavero 2, Osuch, Franklin, Matla, Bowen 3, Steward 2, Hind 3, Morrison 2, Rosengren.

Iroquois 7 16 16 10 — 49

Randolph 15 21 12 15 — 65

SILVER CREEK

EDGES SHERMAN

SHERMAN — Silver Creek used a 22-9 run in the second quarter to build an early lead and hung on for a 61-60 nonleague victory over Sherman.

Dominic Jamison led the way for the Black Knights (11-9) with 17 points; Darren Jimenez added 13 points; Spencer Harford chipped in 8 points and eight rebounds; Jeremy Wilcox had nine boards; and Andre Rosario had five steals and three assists.

Gerald Carris poured in 22 points, Justiss Hannold had 15 points, five steals and three assists; and Paul Majchrzak had 9 points for the Wildcats (11-9).

SILVER CREEK (61)

Braidich 3 0 7, Wilcox 1 2 4, Woleben 0 0 0, Jimenez 5 0 13, Harford 2 4 8, Rosario 1 0 2, Jamison 5 5 17, Wolverton 1 1 3, Parker 3 1 7, Totals 21 14 61.

SHERMAN (60)

Hannold 6 3 15, Carris 9 1 22, Swan 0 0 0, Beers 1 4 7, Gormley 2 1 5, Fisher 0 0 0, Mitchell 0 0 0, Burgess 1 0 2, Majchrzak 4 1 9, Lamoni 0 0 0, Totals 23 10 60.

3-point goals–Bradich, Jimenez 3, Jamison 2, Carris 3, Beers.

Silver Creek 18 22 10 11 — 61

Sherman 20 9 13 18 — 60

AUER LEADS WAY

Peter Auer scored a game-high 26 points and had eight rebounds to lead Maple Grove to a 75-56 nonleague victory over Southwestern.

Darius Jones added 18 points and six boards, and Tyler McPherson added 15 points and five rebounds.

The Red Dragons, who led, 49-44, after three quarters, pulled away in the final period, outscoring the Trojans, 25-12.

Aidan Kennedy paced Southwestern (5-15) with 23 points, seven rebounds, three assists and two steals, Matt Pannes pulled down 10 rebounds, and Nate Johnson added seven rebounds and two steals.

MAPLE GROVE (75)

Jones 7 4 18, Auer 11 4 26, Egan 0 0 0, Reagle 3 5 13, Crist 0 0 0, Kelemen 0 0 0, Lindell 0 0 0, Tranum 0 2 2, McPherson 5 3 15, Totals 26 18 75.

SOUTHWESTERN (56)

Ricker 2 2 6, Kennedy 7 6 23, Froah 0 0 0, Johnson 1 0 2, Pannes 6 0 12, Pearson 1 1 3, Pascarella 3 2 10, Totals 20 11 56.

3-point goals– Reagle 2, McPherson 2, Kennedy 3, Pascarella 2.

Maple Grove 18 13 18 25 — 75

Southwestern 19 13 12 12 — 56

Jayvees: Southwestern 42, Maple Grove 41.

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