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Herington Nets 1,000th Point As Randolph Cruises In ‘C’ Quarters

Randolph freshman Skylar Herington, center, holds a commemorative ball after scoring her 1,000th career point in the Cardinals’ 57-17 Section VI Class C quarterfinal girls basketball victory over Maple Grove on Friday. Submitted photo

RANDOLPH — Freshman Skylar Herington became the 11th Randolph girl to score 1,000 career points and, more importantly, the second-seeded Cardinals advanced in the Section VI Class C girls basketball playoffs with a 57-17 quarterfinal victory over No. 7 Maple Grove on Friday night.

Herington finished with 27 points, five rebounds and three steals, while Quinn Pence had seven steals, five assists and four rebounds for Randolph, which led 32-12 at halftime. Zoey Dickerson grabbed 10 rebounds for the Cardinals, who will take on No. 3 Frewsburg in the semifinals Wednesday evening at Jamestown Community College.

Rebekka Roberts led the Red Dragons with 9 points.

MAPLE GROVE (17)

Trim 0 0 0, MCaldwell 1 0 2, Halstrom 0 1 1, ACaldwell 0 0 0, Roberts 4 0 9, Price 2 0 5, Seekings 0 0 0. Totals 7 1 17.

RANDOLPH (57)

Smith 0 0 0, Bowles 3 0 7, Pence 4 0 9, Herington 11 0 27, Bushey 0 0 0, Steward 3 0 6, Dickerson 3 0 8, Olofson 0 0 0, Shawley 0 0 0. Totals 24 2 57.

3-point goals–Roberts, Price, Bowles, Pence, Herington 5.

Maple Grove 5 7 2 3 — 17

Randolph 20 12 14 11 — 57

FREWSBURG PULLS AWAY FROM COUGARS

FREWSBURG — Teghan Trocki hit a 3-pointer to close the first half and give No. 3 Frewsburg a nine-point lead before the Bears outscored No. 6 Cassadaga Valley 37-21 in the second half en route to a 71-46 Class C quarterfinal victory.

Jadyn Trocki led Frewsburg with 20 points, eight steals and five assists, while Ava Jimerson added 15 points, eight rebounds and three steals. Taytum Jimerson chipped in 13 points, nine rebounds, five steals and four assists for the Bears, who will take on No. 2 Randolph in a Wednesday semifinal at Jamestown Community College.

Emiley Anderson led the Cougars with 23 points, three assists and two steals, while Andrea Johnson had 10 points.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (46)

Pattyson 0 0 0, Jasinski 0 0 0, Meder 0 0 0, MFanara 0 0 0, Johnson 4 0 10, EAnderson 8 5 23, Hopkins 3 0 9, HAnderson 2 0 4, DFanara 0 0 0, Fenton 0 0 0, McVey 0 0 0. Totals 17 5 46.

FREWSBURG (71)

JTrocki 9 1 20, TTrocki 4 0 12, Conlan 1 0 2, TJimerson 5 3 13, Cappa 2 1 5, JJimerson 0 0 0, Golab 0 0 0, Harvey 0 0 0, AJimerson 7 1 15, Gruber 0 0 0, Whippo 2 0 4. Totals 30 6 71.

3-point goals–Johnson 2, EAnderson 2, Hopkins 3, JTrocki, TTrocki 4.

Cassadaga Valley 11 14 8 13 — 46

Frewsburg 14 20 21 16 — 71

HOLLAND SURVIVES IN OVERTIME

HOLLAND — No. 1 Holland outscored No. 8 Westfield 10-3 in overtime to escape with a 57-50 Class C quarterfinal victory.

The Lady Dutchmen led by five with less than 10 seconds remaining in regulation, but fouled Westfield’s Tanleigh Bestine on a 3-point attempt. Bestine, who finished with a team-high 23 points, knocked down two of the free throws to make it a 47-44 game. Holland then threw away the inbounds pass near mid-court and Sydney Hotchkiss eventually hit the game-tying 3-pointer for the Wolverines.

But Holland scored quickly on its first possession of overtime and never looked back.

Julia Dietz scored 38 points to lead the Lady Dutchmen, who will take on No. 4 Ellicottville in a Wednesday semifinal at Jamestown Community College.

WESTFIELD (50)

SWolfe 1 1 3, Hotchkiss 1 6 9, Burgess 0 0 0, Weingart 0 1 1, Bestine 4 15 23, OWolfe 0 4 4, Ottey 0 0 0, Schumaker 2 0 5, Gnadzinski 0 0 0, Nollinger 1 3 5. Totals 9 30 50.

HOLLAND (57)

Teijeira 0 2 2, Gallery 1 3 5, Wiskup 1 0 2, Hyman 0 0 0, Bernali 2 2 8, JeDietz 1 0 2, Hymers 0 0 0, JuDietz 14 10 38, Russell 1 0 2. Totals 20 17 57.

3-point goals–Hotchkiss, Schumaker.

Westfield 8 11 10 18 3 — 50

Holland 13 16 5 13 10 — 57

LEIPER HAS BIG NIGHT FOR EAGLES

ELLICOTTVILLE — Natalee Leiper scored 26 points to lead No. 4 Ellicottville past No. 5 Franklinville 51-44 in a Class C quarterfinal.

Dalayla Alexander added 12 points and Ande Northrup chipped in 11 for the Eagles, who will take on No. 1 Holland in a semifinal Wednesday at Jamestown Community College.

Grace Cornell led Franklinville with 17 points and Sofia Bentley had 13.

FRANKLINVILLE (44)

Marchese 0 0 0, Rzucek 0 0 0, Bentley 4 5 13, Spittler 0 0 0, Cornell 5 2 17, Frank 1 2 4, Chase 5 0 10. Totals 15 9 44.

ELLICOTTVILLE (51)

Alexander 4 0 12, John 2 0 4, KFinn 0 0 0, Northrup 4 0 11, Ficek 0 0 0, Leiper 11 2 26, Marsh 0 0 0. Totals 21 2 51.

3-point goals–Cornell 5, Alexander 4, Northrup 3.

Franklinville 8 13 12 11 — 44

Ellicottville 14 13 15 9 — 51

HORTON HAS MONSTER GAME

PANAMA — Kaitlyn Horton had 23 points and 15 rebounds to power No. 4 Panama past No. 5 North Collins 72-12 in a Class D quarterfinal.

Kylie Morgan added 18 points and seven rebounds for the Panthers, who led 19-2 after the first quarter and 37-5 at halftime.

Panama will take on No. 1 Clymer in the 7 p.m. Thursday semifinal at Jamestown Community College.

NORTH COLLINS (12)

Ayers 2 0 4, Schlenker 0 0 0, Contro 0 0 0, Jimerson 0 0 0, Sickau 1 0 2, Becker 0 0 0, Montaldi 0 0 0, Jasinski 1 1 3, Fricano 0 0 0, ZKreinheder 1 0 3, MKreinheder 0 0 0. Totals 5 1 12.

PANAMA (72)

Cavness 2 0 4, CLyon 2 0 4, Kolstee 0 4 4, Flikkema 0 0 0, Morgan 6 6 18, Sainz 2 0 4, Horton 7 8 23, Loberg 4 0 10, Markham 0 0 0, JLyon 2 0 5. Totals 25 18 72.

3-point goals–ZKreinheder, Horton, Loberg 2, JLyon.

North Collins 2 3 2 5 — 12

Panama 19 18 18 17 — 72

SALMANCA COASTS PAST JFK

SALAMANCA — Karina Crouse and Leilene McComber scored 16 points apiece as No. 3 Salamanca beat No. 6 JFK 73-32 in a Class B2 quarterfinal.

Lezly McComber chipped in 11 points for the Warriors, who led 21-2 after the first quarter. Salamanca will take on No. 7 Portville in a semifinal Wednesday at Jamestown High School.

Mikeylah Biles led JFK with 15 points.

JFK (32)

Biles 6 1 15, Hirner 1 1 3, Christian 3 0 7, Bielski 0 0 0, Moore 1 0 3, Suffoletto 0 0 0, Gonzalez 0 0 0, Staniszewski 0 0 0, Brown 1 0 2, Malinson 0 0 0, Thomas 1 0 2. Totals 13 2 32.

SALAMANCA (73)

Wass 0 1 1, KCrouse 7 2 16, MCrouse 2 1 5, Dowdy 3 2 8, LeiMcComber 6 4 16, Newark 0 0 0, BWolfe 3 1 7, Lafferty 1 0 2, LezMcComber 5 1 11, Ross 1 0 2, Foster 2 0 5. Totals 30 12 73.

3-point goals–Biles 2, Christian, Moore, Foster.

JFK 2 9 5 16 — 32

Salamanca 21 18 15 19 — 73

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