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Gratto’s Double-Double Leads Sherman Past Clymer; Brink Powers Panama

Panama’s Jo Bailey (2) looks to score in front of Cassadaga Valley’s Brielle LeBaron (12) during Friday’s CCAA Division 2 West game in Panama. Photo by Debbra Bailey

SHERMAN — Host Sherman improved to 4-2 overall and 3-1 in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 West play with a 46-26 win over Clymer (2-2, 2-1).

Mackenzie Gratto led the winners with 15 points an 12 rebounds; Amaya Lewczyk had six points and eight rebounds, Paige Gratto five points and six assists, and Jenna Fisher seven points and four assists.

Mikala Einink had eight points for Clymer, Emma Wiggers four points and six rebounds, Karlen Honey four steals and three assists, while Sam Nyweide added four points, three steals and four assists.

CLYMER (26)

Ordines 1 2 4, White 0 0 0, Nyweide 2 0 4, Snyder 0 0 0, Woods 0 0 0, Neckers 3 0 6, Einink 3 1 8, Wiggers 2 0 4, Honey 0 0 0. Totals 11 3 26.

SHERMAN (46)

Bates 0 0 0, J. Fisher 3 0 7, Lindsey 2 0 5, P. Gratto 2 0 5, Lewczyk 3 0 6, M. Gratto 5 2 15, Swan 0 0 0, Polach 0 0 0, A. Fisher 3 0 8, Cruz 0 0 0. Totals 18 2 46.

3-point goals–JFisher, Lindsay, PGratto, MGratto 3, HFisher 2, Einink.

Clymer 4 7 7 8 — 26

Sherman 14 11 13 8 — 46

Jayvees: Clymer won.

BLACK KNIGHTS RALLY

SILVER CREEK — Carly Barrett scored all 6 of her points in the fourth quarter as Silver Creek/Forestville rallied for a 41-35 Division 1 East win over Salamanca.

The Warriors (0-6, 0-4) took a one-point lead on a Jillian Rea 3-pointer in the fourth quarter before the Black Knights (3-3, 1-2) rallied. Abby Rice hit a 3-pointer and assisted on a Barrett bucket in traffic during the decisive final minutes.

Rice finished with 23 points, 10 rebounds, six assists, six steals and six blocked shots while Barrett grabbed six rebounds as did Malani Eldridge.

Jaeden Hubbard led Salamanca with 15 points, 10 rebounds and three steals.

SALAMANCA (35)

Hubbard 7 1 15, Warrior 0 0 0, Rea 3 1 8, Monahan 2 0 4, Wolfe 1 0 2, Burch 1 0 2, Crouse 0 0 0, Oakes 2 0 4. Totals 16 2 35.

SILVER CREEK/FORESTVILLE (41)

Eldridge 3 4 10, Karcz 0 0 0, Waterman 0 0 0, Barrett 3 0 6, Beadle 0 0 0, Rice 7 7 23, Valvo 1 0 2, Lawton 0 0 0. Totals 14 11 41.

3-point goals–Rea, Rice 2.

Salamanca 4 10 10 11 — 35

Silver Creek/Forestville 11 8 8 14 — 41

Jayvees: Salamanca won, 46-29.

RANDOLPH PULLS AWAY

RANDOLPH — A 14-0 run to close the third quarter helped Randolph put away Gowanda in a 67-54 Division 1 East game.

The Cardinals (7-0, 4-0) led 33-22 at halftime, but the Panthers opened the third quarter with a 13-2 run to tie the game at 35. Randolph then took control as Sydney Hvizdzak scored 8 of her game-high 25 points in the third quarter.

Kyra Pence had 15 points, six rebounds and six assists; Payton Morrison had 15 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists; Alyssa Adams had 10 points and eight rebounds; and Hvizdzak finished with eight rebounds and five steals.

Aaliyah Stevens led Gowanda with 18 points; Miya Scanlan had 13 points, 11 rebounds, eight assists and five steals; and Crissa Scanlan had 10 rebounds.

GOWANDA (54)

MScanlan 5 1 13, GStevens 3 0 6, Snyder 2 0 4, Kota 2 0 4, Loving 0 2 2, AStevens 7 4 18, CScanlan 3 1 7. Totals 22 8 54.

RANDOLPH (67)

KPence 6 3 15, Adams 5 0 10, Hvizdzak 8 7 25, Morrison 4 3 15, Storer 1 0 2, Smith 0 0 0, QPence 0 0 0, Philp 0 0 0, Frink 0 0 0. Totals 24 13 67.

3-point goals–MScanlan 2, Hvizdzak 2, Morrison 4.

Gowanda 10 12 13 19 — 54

Randolph 14 19 16 18 — 67

Jayvees: Randolph won.

BRINK POWERS PANAMA

PANAMA — Mandy Brink had 26 pionts, nine steals and three assists to lift Panama over Cassadaga Valley, 45-25, in Division 2 West.

Izzi Bailey handed out three assists for the Panthers (5-1, 4-0).

Sarah Meder led the Cougars (1-5, 0-3) with 10 points and 10 rebounds; Kaylee Pattyson had 9 points, eight rebounds and four steals; Brielle LeBaron had six rebounds; and Aliyah Hopkins had six rebounds.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (25)

Johnson 1 0 3, LeBaron 0 0 0, Meder 4 1 10, Hattaway 0 0 0, Pattyson 4 1 9, Horton 0 0 0, Anderson 1 0 2, Hopkins 0 0 0, Barrett 0 0 0, McChesney 0 1 1. Totals 10 3 25.

PANAMA (45)

JBailey 3 0 6, Brink 9 5 26, Schauman 0 0 0, Harvey 1 1 4, IBailey 1 0 2, Morgan 1 0 2, Odell 2 0 5. Totals 17 6 45.

3-point goals–Johnson, Meder, Brink 3, Harvey, Odell.

Cassadaga Valley 3 11 6 5 — 25

Panama 8 17 5 15 — 45

WELTY LEADS

PORTVILLE

PORTVILLE — Host Portville (5-1) was a 60-43 Division 1 East winner over visiting Falconer (6-1), thanks to a 17-point performance from Mia Welty that included six rebounds and four assists.

Mallory Welty added 10 points, four assists and three steals in the win; Reggie Tkacik had 8 points and six rebounds; and Lillian Bentley grabbed a double-double with 12 points and 15 rebounds for the winners.

Grace Lundmark led Falconer with 15 points and three steals; Ava Fenton had 12 points and three steals; and Rachael Harper four points and three rebounds.

FALCONER (43)

Harper 0 4 4, Fenton 5 1 12, Lundmark 7 0 15, Krenzer 1 0 2, Peterson 5 0 10. Totals 18 5 43.

PORTVILLE (60)

Kosinksi 3 0 7, Ma. Welty 3 2 10, Hlasnick 3 0 6, Mi. Welty 6 4 17, Tkacik 3 0 8, Bentley 4 4 12. Totals 22 10 60.

3-point goals: Kosinski, Ma. Welty 2, Mi. Welty, Tkacik, Fenton, Lunmark.

Falconer 11 4 12 16 — 43

Portville 15 16 19 8 — 60

Jayvees: Portville won.

FREDONIA

WINS THURSDAY

Samantha Tabone scored 25 points, picked up five steals and grabbed five rebounds to lead Fredonia past Dunkirk, 59-34, in Division 1 West action Thursday.

The Marauders (0-6, 0-5) led 13-8 after the first quarter before the Hillbillies (2-3, 2-3) turned the game around.

“We missed about a dozen layups on fast breaks,” Fredonia coach Dan Vona said. “With a young team, that’s been our nemesis. We focused on relaxing a little bit.”

Fredonia outscored Dunkirk, 15-4, in the second quarter to take a 23-17 lead into halftime.

The Hillbillies then took an eight-point lead into the fourth quarter where they outscored the guests, 22-5.

“Eventually we went with some isolation and our girls just took it to the hole,” Vona said. “We’ve been working on 2-on-2 and 1-on-1 situations. Our girls did a great job.”

Maddy Marsh had 11 points and six rebounds in the win.

Octavia Porter led Dunkirk with 13 points and Tachiana Garcia added 10.

DUNKIRK (34)

Montesino 0 0 0, Garcia 4 0 10, Jimenez 0 0 0, Karin 2 1 5, Rodriguez 0 0 0, Porter 6 0 13, Dicara 2 0 6, Jacques 0 0 0, Casey 0 0 0. Totals 14 1 34.

FREDONIA (59)

Tabone 9 3 25, Marsh 5 1 11, Wray 2 0 4, Davis 0 2 2, Timmerman 2 0 4, Koopman 2 0 4, Morales 3 1 7, Waterman 1 0 2, Zadzilka 0 0 0. Totals 24 7 59.

3-point goals–Tabone 4, Garcia 2, Porter, Dicara 2.

Dunkirk 13 4 12 5 — 34

Fredonia 8 15 14 22 — 59

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