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Salamanca Gets Big Win Over Depew

Salamanca’s Lucus Brown goes for a layup during Sunday’s game against Depew at JCC. P-J photo by Matt Spielman

Lucus Brown scored 22 points and Andy Herrick added 12 as nine different Salamanca players found the scoresheet in a 60-32 nonleague victory over Depew in the middle game of the CCAA Showcase on Sunday afternoon at Jamestown Community College’s Physical Education Complex.

Brown scored 13 points during a 21-7 first quarter for the Warriors. They led 13-5 after less than five minutes had passed and closed the quarter on a 6-0 run. All told, Salamanca scored 10 points off seven Wildcats’ turnovers in the opening eight minutes.

The Warriors’ lead grew to 31-14 by halftime as Depew turned the ball over another 10 times in the second quarter.

The Wildcats scored the first four points of the third quarter before a 14-0 run by Salamanca, which included Herrick scoring on a three-point play, a 3-pointer and a putback, essentially put the game away.

Brown added seven rebounds, six steals and five assists; Hayden Hoag had six assists; and Herrick had four steals for the Warriors.

Salamanca's Harley Hoag puts up a shot between two Depew defenders on Sunday. P-J photo by Matt Spielman

Sam Radka led Depew with 11 points.

Salamanca finished 24 of 52 (46.2%) from the field, including 5 of 24 (20.8%) from 3-point range, and turned the ball over 18 times. Depew was 13 of 40 (32.5%) from the field, including 1 of 12 (8.3%) from 3-point range, and turned the ball over 28 times.

DEPEW (32)

Ross 0 0 0, Radka 4 3 11, Shipley 2 0 5, Khalil 0 2 2, Clarke 3 0 6, Krysztoff 0 0 0, Johnson 0 0 0, Goss 0 0 0, Torres 1 0 2, Hoch 3 0 6, Robertson 0 0 0. Totals 13 5 32.

SALAMANCA (60)

Ellicottville's Lucas Marsh puts up a shot during Sunday's game against Allegany-Limestone at JCC. P-J photo by Matt Spielman

Isaac 0 1 1, Ross 1 0 3, HayHoag 1 1 3, Hedlund 3 1 7, Galante 0 0 0, Brown 10 0 22, HarHoag 3 2 9, Herrick 5 1 12, Carlson 0 1 1, McLarney 1 0 2. Totals 24 7 60.

3-point goals–Shipley, Ross, Brown 2, HarHoag, Herrick.

Depew 7 7 8 10 — 32

Salamanca 21 10 20 9 — 60

CURRAN POWERS GATORS

Ellicottville's Brad John lays up a shot during Sunday's game against Allegany-Limestone. P-J photo by Matt Spielman

Tyler Curran scored 23 points while Anthony DeCapua had 14 points, 10 rebounds, seven steals and four assists as Allegany-Limestone beat Ellicottville 59-35 in the opening game of the CCAA Showcase at Jamestown Community College’s Physical Education Complex.

The Gators led 8-7 late in the first quarter before Curran made a 3-pointer and added an old-fashioned three-point play on Allegany-Limestone’s final possession of the period.

The Eagles never threatened the rest of the way as the Gators won the second quarter 18-7 to lead 32-14 at halftime.

Logan Grinols led Ellicottville with 13 points to go along with three rebounds, three assists and two steals. Gavin Dietch chipped in 7 points and four rebounds.

ELLICOTTVILLE (35)

Velazquez-Garcia 0 0 0, Chudy 1 0 2, Marsh 0 4 4, John 1 1 3, Nuzzo 0 0 0, BWyatt 2 0 4, Moore 0 0 0, Clark 0 0 0, Dietrich 3 1 7, CWyatt 1 0 2, Grinols 4 2 13, Jimerson 0 0 0. Totals 12 8 35.

ALLEGANY-LIMESTONE (59)

Ramadhan 0 0 0, Curran 8 3 23, DeCapua 5 2 14, DeLong 4 0 9, Milliner 0 0 0, Kwiatkowski 0 0 0, Maguire 0 0 0, Palmer 0 0 0, Truman 0 0 0, Furlong 0 0 0, Conroy 0 0 0, Frederick 2 0 4, Brockel 1 0 2, Giardini 3 1 7, Donavan 0 0 0. Totals 23 6 59.

3-point goals–Grinols 3, Curran 4, DeCapua 2, DeLong.

Ellicottville 7 7 10 11 — 35

Allegany-Limestone 14 18 13 14 — 59

SATURDAY

DARIEN SWANSON SHINES

SHERMAN — Darien Swanson scored 28 of his game-high 32 points after halftime to lead Westfield to a 67-65 double-overtime victory over Sherman in a Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 West basketball game Saturday night.

The senior guard also grabbed 10 rebounds, dished out six assists, and had five steals and five blocks for the Wolverines (13-1, 7-0).

The Wildcats (5-4, 4-1) led 21-20 at halftime, but Westfield had a chance to win it at the end of regulation only to watch as freshman Carson Swanson’s 3-pointer at the buzzer went in and out, sending the game into the first extra session tied at 47-all. Thanks to the efforts of Sherman’s Gerald Carris, who finished with 27 points, 13 rebounds and five steals, the Wildcats rallied from seven points down to force overtime No. 2.

Finally, in the second OT, Westfield got out to a bit of a lead and held on for the win.

Joining Darien Swanson, who scored 14 points in the two extra sessions, in double figures for the Wolverines were Cole Holland with 15 points and Carson Swanson with 12. Holland also had seven steals, five rebounds and four assists, and Carson Swanson added five steals and three assists.

Elijah Kioko had a fine all-around game for Sherman, scoring 15 points, grabbing 16 rebounds and blocking three shots. Brayden Hayes pulled down eight boards.

WESTFIELD (67)

Weingart 2 0 4, BArresi 1 0 2, Holland 6 0 15, DSwanson 9 11 32, CSwanson 5 0 12, HRotunda 0 0 0, Kuester 0 0 0, CRotunda 1 0 2, Totals 24 11 67.

SHERMAN (65)

Swabik 2 0 6, Carris 9 6 27, Kopta 2 0 4, Ayers 3 0 7, Kioko 4 7 15, Hayes 2 2 6, Totals 22 15 65.

3-point goals– Holland 3, DSwanson 3, CSwanson 2, Swabik 2, Carris 3, Ayers.

Westfield 7 13 17 10 8 12 — 67

Sherman 12 9 14 12 8 10 — 65

Jayvees: Westfield won.

SMITH DOMINATES FOR NORTH COLLINS

Chris Smith didn’t just boss the boards, he figuratively owned them.

The 6-foot-2 senior center pulled down a whopping 31 rebounds to along with 14 points, five steals, five blocks and two assists to lead North Collins to a 52-27 victory over Forestville in an East Division game.

Matt Sweet added 17 points, seven rebounds, seven assists, two steals and a block, and Derek Ebersole contributed 8 points, four assists and two steals, helping the Eagles improve to 6-4 overall and 2-2 in the division.

Brayden Smith led the Hornets (0-6, 0-2) with 13 points.

North Collins led 16-4 at halftime and never looked back.

NORTH COLLINS (52)

Ebersole 2 3 8, Pagan 2 0 4, Warsaw 1 0 2, Luna 1 0 3, Sweet 6 3 17, Parnitzke 2 0 4, Smith 6 2 14, Totals 19 8 52.

FORESTVILLE (27)

Smith 5 3 13, Barrett 2 1 5, Vigue 2 0 5, Rueben 1 0 2, Hemphill 1 0 2, Totals 11 4 27.

3-point goals — Ebersole, Luna, Sweet 2, Vigue.

North Collins 16 7 13 16 — 52

Forestville 4 7 9 7 — 27

LIBBY SHINES FOR PINE VALLEY

SOUTH DAYTON — Wayne Libby had 25 points, eight rebounds, five steals and three assists as Pine Valley beat Franklinville 63-47 in the East Division.

Bryce Sercu added 19 points, seven rebounds, six assists and four steals while Miles Volk had 11 points, nine rebounds and four steals for Pine Valley (9-1, 4-0). Kordell Oakes had seven rebounds, six assists and five steals for the hosts, who led by three at halftime and by seven after three quarters before outscoring Franklinville by nine in the fourth quarter.

Blake Frank led Franklinville (7-4, 0-2) with 24 points and six rebounds while Noah Shenk had 11 points and four rebounds.

FRANKLINVILLE (47)

Bielecki 1 0 3, Green 1 5 7, Frank 8 5 24, Dahlke 0 0 0, Terwilliger 1 0 2, Shenk 4 1 11, Stewart 0 0 0, Trietley 0 0 0, Goss 0 0 0, Butman 0 0 0. Totals 15 11 47.

PINE VALLEY (63)

Sercu 8 3 19, Logan 0 0 0, Conklin 0 0 0, Butcher 0 0 0, Gugliemi 0 0 0, Libby 10 3 25, Kruszka 0 0 0, Volk 5 0 11, KoOakes 1 3 5, Miller 0 0 0, KaOakes 1 1 3, Gregory 0 0 0. Totals 25 10 63.

3-point goals–Bielecki, Frank 3, Shenk 2, Libby 2, Volk.

Franklinville 14 8 11 14 — 47

Pine Valley 16 9 15 23 — 63

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