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Kennedy, Pannes Lift Trojans Past Dunkirk

Southwestern’s Aidan Kennedy shoots while being defended by Dunkirk’s Amarion Tell during Friday’s CCAA Division 1 West game at Southwestern Central School. P-J photo by Valory S. Isaacson

Southwestern used a balanced attack to down Dunkirk, 68-37, in a Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 West boys basketball game Friday night.

Aidan Kennedy scored a game-high 21 points; Matt Pannes had 18; Zishan Munir added 12 points and five assists; and Nate Johnson chipped in 10 to go along with eight rebounds and five steals. Calvin Ricker had a fine all-around floor game with 10 assists, eight rebounds and four steals, helping the Trojans outscore the Marauders, 37-15, in the second half.

Christian Ortiz had 14 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, and Tim Brown had nine boards for the Marauders.

DUNKIRK (37)

Lockett 2 3 7, Morrisroe 0 0 0, Ortiz 6 2 14, Baressi 0 0 0, Brown 3 1 7, Villifane 0 0 0, Tell 3 0 9. Totals 14 6 37.

SOUTHWESTERN (68)

Munir 4 0 12, Kennedy 8 3 21, Johnson 4 1 10, Pannes 7 0 18, Ricker 2 0 5, Ni 1 0 2, Pirello 0 0 0. Totals 26 4 68.

3-point goals–Tell 3, Munir 4, Kennedy 2, Johnson, Pannes 4, Ricker.

Dunkirk 13 9 11 4 — 37

Southwestern 17 14 17 20 — 68

Jayvees: Southwestern 47, Dunkirk 24

GOWANDA UPENDS FALCONER

FALCONER — Gowanda erupted for 21 points in the first quarter en route to a 73-54 Division 1 East victory over Falconer.

John Ondus led the way for the Panthers with 20 points, Cole Herman and Adam Golden both had 15 and Mason Ruff added 12.

Leading the way for the Golden Falcons was Jake Swanson with 20 points and 12 rebounds. Nick Erickson added 14 points, Landon Stahlman had nine boards, andSpencer Bautista and Dayton Cline both collected two assists.

GOWANDA (73)

Rozier 1 0 2, Herman 5 0 15, Ondus 8 3 20, MaBrowning 1 0 2, Golden 7 1 15, Harbison 0 1 1, Ruff 4 2 12, MyBrowning 2 0 4, Kaminski 2 0 4. Totals 32 7 73.

FALCONER (54)

Erickson 5 3 14, Bautista 2 0 4, Swanson 5 12 22, Wood 1 0 3, Chapman 0 0 0, Dove 0 0 0, Cline 0 0 0, Gross 2 0 4, Stahlman 2 1 5. Totals 17 18 54.

3-point goals–Herman 3, Ondus, Ruff 2, Erickson, Wood.

Gowanda 21 16 19 14 — 73

Falconer 7 13 20 14 — 54

Jayvees: Gowanda won.

WILDCATS HOLD OFF BEARS

FREWSBURG — Derek Sears drilled a pair of clutch 3-pointers late in the fourth quarter to help Sherman hold off Frewsburg in a Division 2 West game.

Gerald Carris paced the Wildcats (7-2, 7-2) with 16 points and nine rebounds; and John Swabik collected 12 points, nine rebounds and six steals.

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The Bears (4-2) were led by Traden Gray with 17 points and nine rebounds; Zack Carr contributed 12 points; and Gavin Smith dished out six assists.

The game was tied at halftime and again after three quarters before Sherman used three late 3-pointers to secure the victory.

SHERMAN (50)

Swabik 4 2 12, Carris 5 4 16, Hayes 2 0 5, Swan 0 0 0, Sears 2 0 6, Gormley 2 0 4, Kioko 3 0 7, Totals 16 6 50.

FREWSBURG (45)

Carr 4 0 12, Zack, Smith 2 2 7, Laska 0 0 0, Murray 1 0 3, Bjork 3 0 6, Gray 6 2 17, Totals 16 4 45.

3-point goals–Swabik 2, Carris 2, Sears 2, Hayes, Kioko, Carr 4, Smith, Murray, Gray 3.

Sherman 12 13 10 15 — 45

Frewsburg 17 8 10 10 — 50

Jayvees: Frewsburg 79, Sherman 28.

YOUNGER SWANSON SHINES

WESTFIELD — Eighth-grader Carson Swanson hit five 3-pointers and finished with a career-high 17 points as Westfield beat Cassadaga Valley, 51-38, in Division 2 West.

Darien Swanson led the Wolverines (3-5, 3-5) with 18 points, 13 rebounds, seven steals and six assists. Ethan Weingart grabbed six rebounds in the victory.

Wyatt Harrington led the Cougars (2-10, 1-7) with 9 points.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (38)

Russo 3 1 8, Runge 0 0 0, Harrington 3 3 9, Pierce 1 4 6, LeBaron 1 1 3, Austin 2 1 6, Pingitore 3 0 6. Totals 13 10 38.

WESTFIELD (51)

Weingart 2 0 4, Barresi 0 1 1, Seger 1 0 3, Holland 3 1 8, DSwanson 7 3 18, CSwanson 5 2 17, Whitesell 0 0 0. Totals 18 7 51.

3-point goals–Russo, Austin, Seger, DSwanson, Holland, CSwanson.

Cassadaga Valley 9 9 14 6 — 38

Westfield 11 11 18 11 — 51

Jayvees: Westfield won.

BALANCED T’BIRDS ATTACK

PORTVILLE — Five different players scored in the fourth quarter with Gavin Sauerland and Noah Adams hitting 3-pointers as Chautauqua Lake put away Portville, 59-46, in Division 1 East.

Luke Waters led the Thunderbirds (6-3, 5-1) with 25 points, including five 3-pointers, to go along with 10 rebounds. Adams finished with 12 points and Nate Engdahl had five rebounds.

Luke Petruzzi led the Panthers (3-3, 2-2) with 15 points; Joe Long had 12 points, five rebounds and three assists; and Maxx Yehl had 11 points, nine rebounds and three steals.

Chautauqua Lake led 22-12 after the first quarter as Waters scored 12 points, including a pair of 3-pointers. That lead grew to 15 by halftime before Portville chipped away with a 16-6 third quarter.

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (59)

Adams 5 0 12, Ormsby 2 0 4, Anderson 1 0 2, Engdahl 3 0 6, Waters 10 0 25, Sauerland 1 0 3, Godfrey 2 3 7, Parkhurst 0 0 0, Miller 0 0 0, D’Anthony 0 0 0. Totals 24 3 59.

PORTVILLE (46)

Griffin 1 3 6, Long 5 2 12, Petryszak 1 0 2, Petruzzi 5 5 15, Yehl 4 2 11, Kenjockety 0 0 0, Stone 0 0 0, Gariepy 0 0 0, Mathes 0 0 0. Totals 16 12 46.

3-point goals–Adams 2, Waters 5, Sauerland, Griffin, Yehl.

Chautauqua Lake 22 14 6 17 — 59

Portville 12 9 16 9 — 46

Jayvees: Portville won.

FREDONIA FALLS AT OLEAN

OLEAN — A 44-19 halftime deficit was too much for Fredonia to overcome in a 74-51 Division 1 West loss to Olean.

Kamdyn McClain led the Huskies with 16 points, including four 3-pointers, while Jason Brooks and Kaleb Ramadhan each had 14. Stephen Hoffman chipped in 13 points.

Alex Fry led the Hillbillies (6-4, 3-4) with 18 points, Troy Lemiszko had 15 and Mike Berg had 14.

“We had three guys in double figures,” Fredonia head coach Nick Bertrando said. “Unfortunately, beyond that we didn’t have too many offensive contributors.

Fredonia outscored Olean, 21-17, in the third quarter but the deficit was too big by that point.

“In the second half we actually played them even,” Bertrando said. “We decided we wanted to go down swinging. We definitely competed in the second half.”

Olean made 13 3-pointers on the night.

FREDONIA (51)

DGullo 0 0 0, Putney 1 0 2, Berg 6 0 14, Frazier 1 0 2, Lemiszko 5 5 15, Fry 8 1 18, Schrader 0 0 0. Totals 21 6 51.

OLEAN (74)

James 2 1 6, McClain 6 0 16, Brooks 6 0 14, Potter 3 0 8, DeRose 0 0 0, Ramadhan 5 2 14, Henzel 0 0 0, Kratts 0 0 0, Pantuso 0 0 0, Hoffman 6 0 13, Terry 1 0 3, Martin 0 0 0. Totals 29 3 74.

3-point goals–Berg 2, Fry, James, McClain 4, Brooks 2, Potter 2, Ramadhan 2, Hoffman, Terry.

Fredonia 9 10 21 11 — 51

Olean 20 24 17 13 — 74

CARDINALS COAST

RANDOLPH — Drew Hind hit home on four shots from long range to finish with 15 points as Randolph (8-2, 7-0) claimed a 55-34 Division 1 East win over Silver Creek (3-6).

Jaiden Huntington added 11 points and six rebounds; Ashton Bushey had 7 points and six assists; Ethan Shields had six assists; and Isaac Hind had 7 points and four steals for the Cardinals.

Sam Braidich had 15 points and Matt Woleben had 11 for Silver Creek.

SILVER CREEK (34)

Braidich 4 7 15, Woleben 4 0 11, Jameson 0 1 1, Wolverton 3 1 7, Cross 0 0 0. Totals 11 9 34.

RANDOLPH (55)

Bushey 2 2 7, I. Hind 3 0 7, D. Hind 4 3 15, DeBuque 1 0 2, Shields 1 0 2, Conley 3 0 8, McCracken 1 0 3, Huntington 5 0 11. Totals 20 5 55.

3-point goals–Woleben 3, Bushey, Hind, D. Hind 4, Conley 2, McCracken, Huntington.

Silver Creek 10 5 7 12–34

Randolph 15 8 20 11–55

PANTHERS EARN FIRST WIN

PANAMA — Panama (1-7, 1-7) earned its first win of the year with a 72-21 victory over Brocton (0-9) in Division 2 West.

Nick Huffman led the winners with 16 points and 12 boards; Kyle Ryan had 7 points and five rebounds; and Cooper Brown chipped in 12 points and eight rebounds.

Ryan Laurito led Brocton with 6 points.

BROCTON (21)

Gustafson 0 1 1, Bigelow 2 0 5, Mead-Colegrove 1 2 5, McIntyre 0 0 0, Wdowiasz 0 0 0, Laurito 2 1 6, Steward 0 0 0, St. George 2 0 4. Totals 7 4 21.

PANAMA (72)

Roth 3 1 7, Brown 6 0 12, Marotto 5 1 12, Olson 3 2 8, Ramsey 2 0 4, Schnars 3 0 6, Ryan 3 1 7, Huffman 8 0 16. Totals 33 5 72.

3-point goals–Bigelow, Mead-Colegrove, Laurito, Marotto.

Brocton 7 7 3 4–21

Panama 17 19 23 13–72

EAGLES ATOP D2 EAST

ELLICOTTVILLE — Ellicottville improved to 8-1 overall and 6-0 in Division 2 East play wth a 59-38 win over North Collins (2-6, 1-6).

Logan Grinols grabbed 15 points to lead the Eagles; Clayton Rowland had 12 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and five steals; and Leif Jimerson had 14 points, five rebounds, three assists and four steals.

Chris Smith led North Collins with 10 points.

NORTH COLLINS (38)

Klawinski 2 0 4, Ebersole 2 0 4, Teijeira 1 0 2, Warsaw 1 2 5, Downes 0 1 1, Parnitzke 1 0 2, Smith 4 2 10, Fricano 4 2 10. Totals 15 7 38.

ELLICOTTVILLE (59)

Marsh 3 0 6, Jimerson 5 4 14, Dietrich 2 3 7, Rowland 4 3 12, Chudy 2 0 5, Grinols 7 0 15. Totals 23 10 59.

3-point goals–Warsaw, Roland, Chudy, Grinols.

North Collins 6 6 13 13–38

Ellicottville 15 15 16 13–59

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