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T’Birds Prevail In Henry’s Return; Brink Powers Panama

Panama’s Maddie Lisciandro eyes the basket while being defended by Westfield/Brocton’s Haleigh Dellow during a Division 2 West girls basketball game Tuesday night. Photo by Debb Bailey

In her first game of the season, senior Rebecca Henry scored 11 of her 16 points in the second half as Chautauqua Lake pulled away from Maple Grove for a 67-50 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 West girls basketball victory Tuesday.

“It was close most of the game,” Maple Grove head coach Bill Price said. “They kind of ran away at the end.”

The Red Dragons (0-3, 0-3), who lost their first two games by a combined 59 points, hung close for the first half and trailed by just six at halftime. But the Thunderbirds (3-0, 3-0) outscored the hosts, 17-12 in the third quarter, and 15-9 in the fourth quarter.

“It’s totally different when the ball goes in. It makes life a lot easier,” said Price, whose team shot just 15.7% from the field in a 39-point loss to Southwestern last Thursday. “Defensively we were able to press a little bit and get some transition buckets early.”

Lily Woodis led Chautauqua Lake with 19 points, Henry had 16 and Alexis Jacobson had 13. The Thunderbirds went 16 of 23 from the free throw line.

Megan Fischer led Maple Grove with 15 points and six steals; Madi Price had 12 points and nine rebounds; and Courtney Martin had 10 points and eight rebounds.

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (67)

Obert 0 0 0, Henry 7 0 16, Roush 2 2 6, Alfa 2 0 4, Jacobson 3 7 13, Weise 4 1 9, Woodis 5 6 19. Totals 23 16 67.

MAPLE GROVE (50)

Martin 5 0 10, Tarbrake 0 0 0, Mansfield 3 0 9, Price 5 2 12, Bower 2 0 4, Fischer 7 0 15. Totals 22 2 50.

3-point goals–Henry 2, Woodis 3, Mansfield 3.

Chautauqua Lake 17 18 17 15 — 67

Maple Grove 14 15 12 9 — 50

SHERMAN COASTS TO WIN

SHERMAN — Mackenzie Gratto scored 7 of her game-high 15 points during a 23-6 first quarter as Sherman beat Cassadaga Valley, 64-18, in Division 2 West play.

Gratto also had 13 rebounds and five assists; Amaya Lewczyk had 12 points, five rebounds, five steals and four assists; Hayden Fisher had 12 points; and Jenna Fisher had 11 points for the Wildcats (1-1, 1-0). Kaitlyn Lindsey chipped in five rebounds.

Kaylee Pattyson led the Cougars (0-2, 0-1) with 14 points and seven rebounds; Sarah Meder had six rebounds; and Brielle LeBaron had four assists.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (18)

Johnson 0 0 0, LeBaron 0 0 0, Meder 1 0 2, Hathaway 0 0 0, Pattyson 6 2 14, Horton 0 0 0, Anderson 0 0 0, Hopkins 0 0 0, McChesney 1 0 2. Totals 8 2 18.

SHERMAN (64)

Bates 1 0 2, JFisher 5 0 11, Lindsey 2 2 6, PGratto 2 0 4, Lewczyk 5 1 12, MGratto 6 1 15, Swan 1 0 2, Polach 0 0 0, HFisher 4 1 12, Cruz 0 0 0. Totals 26 5 64.

3-point goals–JFisher, Lewczyk, MGratto 2, HFisher 3.

Cassadaga Valley 6 2 2 8 — 18

Sherman 23 14 11 16 — 64

PINE VALLEY PULLS AWAY

SOUTH DAYTON — Lyric Westlund scored 9 points, including a 3-pointer, in the middle two quarters as Pine Valley outscored Franklinville, 27-10, en route to a 40-28 Division 2 East victory.

Westlund finished with 17 points and five assists to lead Pine Valley (2-1, 1-0). Mattison Cadle grabbed 10 rebounds, Trista Farnham had eight rebounds and Maggie King had six assists in the win.

Sophia Bentley led Franklinville (0-2, 0-1) with 10 points.

Pine Valley (2-1, 1-0) 40-28 over Franklinville (0-2, 0-1)

FRANKLINVILLE (28)

Bentley 3 1 10, Frank 2 1 5, Courtney 0 0 0, Herman 1 2 4, Slavinski 2 2 6, Graves 1 1 3. Totals 9 7 28.

PINE VALLEY (40)

King 2 0 4, West 3 0 6, Westlund 8 0 17, Herman 1 0 2, Farnham 3 0 6, Cadle 2 0 4, LTunstall 0 0 0, RTunstall 0 0 0, Vincent 0 1 1. Totals 19 1 40.

3-point goals–Bentley, Westlund.

Franklinville 7 5 5 11 — 28

Pine Valley 7 16 11 6 — 40

Jayvees: Pine Valley won.

PANTHERS DOWN WESTFIELD/BROCTON

PANAMA — Mandy Brink had 22 points, eight rebounds and three steals as Panama beat Westfield/Brocton, 53-24.

Lilly Odell had 9 points, Izzi Bailey had six rebounds and Maddie Lisciandro had four steals for the Panthers (2-1, 1-0), who led 27-16 at halftime before outscoring the Wolverines, 26-8, in the second half.

Haleigh Dellow led Westfield/Brocton (0-1, 0-1) with 8 points, eight rebounds and four steals while Heather Johnston grabbed seven rebounds.

WESTFIELD/BROCTON (24)

Dellow 3 2 8, Mortimer 0 2 2, Vacanti 0 0 0, Smith 2 0 6, Baressi 0 0 0, Burgess 0 0 0, Bestine 1 0 2, Seger 2 0 4, Lopez 0 0 0, Johnston 1 0 2. Totals 9 4 24.

PANAMA (53)

JBailey 1 0 2, Brink 9 3 22 Schauman 2 0 6, Harvey 1 0 2, IBailey 0 0 0, Morgan 2 3 7, Lisciandro 1 3 5, Odell 4 0 9. Totals 20 9 53.

3-point goals–Smith, Brink, Schauman 2, Odell.

Westfield/Brocton 7 9 4 4 — 24

Panama 15 12 13 13 — 53

Jayvees: Panama won.

HVIZDZAK HAS ANOTHER BIG GAME

RANDOLPH — Sydney Hvizdzak continued her torrid early season scoring.

The senior poured in 34 points, including seven 3-pointers, to go along with seven assists and five steals to pace Randolph to a 74-23 victory over Salamanca in a Division 1 East game.

Nineteen of Hvizdzak’s points came in the first quarter when the Cardinals (3-0, 1-0) raced to a 26-6 lead. By halftime, the lead had grown to 40-14.

Payton Morrison chipped in 15 points for the winners; Kyra Pence had 10 points, six assists and five rebounds; and Alyssa Adams contributed 8 points, seven rebounds and three blocked shots.

Jaeden Hubbard paced Salamanca with 12 points, eight rebounds and three steals.

SALAMANCA (23)

Hubbard 6 0 12, Rea 1 0 2, Oakes 1 0 3, Crouse 1 0 3, Monahan 1 0 3. Totals 10 0 23.

RANDOLPH (74)

KPence 5 0 10, Adams 4 0 8, QPence 1 1 3, Hvizdzak 11 5 34, Morrison 4 5 15, Storer 2 0 4. Totals 27 11 74.

3-point goals–Oakes, Crouse, Monahan, Hvizdzak 7, Morrsion 2.

Salamanca 6 8 5 4 — 23

Randolph 26 14 21 13 — 74

Jayvees: Randolph won.

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