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Robson, Ramsey Lead Sherman; Bears Stifle Brocton

February 1, 2017
Westfield Republican

SINCLAIRVILLE - Paced by Chris Robson and Tanner Ramsey, Sherman was able to turn back Cassadaga Valley in Division 2 West competition Monday evening.

Robson scored 23 points and Ramsey contributed 16 as the Wildcats stopped the Cougars, 57-39.

The Wildcats (12-3, 6-2) gained a 22-10 halftime lead and expanded that with a 26-14 third quarter thanks to 12 points from Robson.

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Photo by Lisa Monacelli
Sherman’s Chris Robson drives past Cassadaga Valley’s Brandon Chamberlin during CCAA Division 2 West basketball Monday in Sinclairville.

Ramsey had five steals while Robson added four steals and three assists for Sherman. Jared Gleason brought down 11 rebounds and the Wildcats turned Cassadaga Valley over 27 times.

Brandon Chamberlin had 10 points and Conner Crabtree scored 9 points for the Cougars (5-10, 2-6). Henry Nunez grabbed 10 rebounds and Chamberlin had three steals.

SHERMAN (57)

Gleason 2 3 7, Nickerson 1 0 2, Robson 10 0 23, Carpenter 1 0 3, Ramsey 5 4 16, Meeder 1 2 4, Delcamp 1 0 2, Burick 0 0 0. Totals 21 9 57.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (39)

Kubera 0 0 0, Chamberlin 2 6 10, Crabtree 3 3 9, Nunez 3 1 7, Goot 2 0 4, Pastore 0 1 1, Sanabria 2 0 6, Moore 1 0 2, Liu 0 0 0. Totals 13 11 39.

3-point goals - Robson 3, Carpenter, Ramsey 2, Sanabria 2.

Sherman 11 11 26 9 - 57

Cassadaga Valley 4 6 14 15 - 39

Jayvees: Sherman won, 55-52.

Frewsburg pulls away from Brocton, 58-28

FREWSBURG - Cordell O'Brien led a third-quarter surge that carried Frewsburg to a lopsided victory over winless Brocton in Division 2 West play.

O'Brien connected for 10 points in the 23-8 third quarter as the Bears took a 47-24 lead en route to a 58-28 win..

The first half was tight as Frewsburg (12-3, 8-1) had a 24-16 margin, but the Bears ran away with the game in the second half.

O'Brien finished with 23 points and six rebounds while Caleb Caldwell had 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Bears. Brad Nelson chipped in with seven rebounds as did Quinn Conlan.

Nobody hit twin figures for Brocton (0-15, 0-9) as Johnethen Spicer led with 9 points.

BROCTON (28)

Rizzo 0 0 0, Brown 3 0 7, Rexford 0 0 0, Spicer 3 0 9, Rivera 1 0 2, McFadden 2 0 6, DeRosier 2 0 4, JCaldwell 0 0 0. Totals 11 0 28.

FREWSBURG (58)

Nelson 3 0 7, Piazza 1 0 2, O'Brien 10 2 23, Bird 2 0 4, Wright 0 0 0, Bjork 1 0 3, CCaldwell 5 0 11, Marchincin 2 2 6, Matve 1 0 2, Conlan 0 0 0. Totals 25 4 58.

3-point goals - Brown, Spicer 3, McFadden 2, Nelson, O'Brien, Bjork, Caldwell.

Brocton 13 3 8 4 - 28

Frewsburg 15 9 23 11 - 58

Jayvees: Frewsburg won.

Clymer tops Westfield in West II matchup

Dustin Neckers scored 17 points to lead Clymer to a 54-47 victory over Westfield in Division 2 West.

The Pirates (9-5, 6-1) held an 11-7 lead after the first quarter and a slim 26-24 halftime edge. They went on to outscore the hosts, 30-21, in the second half.

Along with his 17 points, Neckers also had 10 rebounds. Justin Svetz contributed 10 points and six steals for Clymer.

For Westfield (6-8, 4-4), Shawn Horr was the leading scorer with 9 points to go along with eight rebounds. Mike Poletto had 8 points and five assists in defeat.

CLYMER (54)

VanEarden 3 1 7, Svetz 5 0 10, Overton 1 0 3, DNeckers 7 3 17, Wade 4 1 9, Davis 3 2 8. Totals 23 7 54.

WESTFIELD (47)

Grayson 2 2 7, Schultz 1 1 3, Poletto 2 2 8, Schuster 4 0 8, Culbreth 2 0 4, Bills 3 0 6, Horr 3 1 9. Totals 17 6 47.

3-point goals - Overton, Grayson, Poletto 2, Horr 2.

Clymer 11 15 18 12 - 54

Westfield 7 17 11 10 - 47

Jayvees: Clymer won in overtime.

Pope scores 31 for T'birds in win

PANAMA - Devin Pope filled the stat sheet to lead Chautauqua Lake to its 14th win of the season.

Pope scored 31 points to go along with 12 rebounds, eight assists and six steals as the Thunderbirds beat Panama, 75-51, in non-league action.

Chautauqua Lake led 33-31 in the second quarter before closing the half on a 10-2 run to lead by 10 at halftime. Pope scored 17 of his 31 points in the opening 16 minutes.

In the third quarter, Chautauqua Lake (14-2, 7-1 CCAA Division 1 West) outscored the Panthers 26-9, led again by Pope with another 12 points.

Chautauqua Lake's Aaron Swan added 15 points, seven rebounds and six assists.

Thomas Delahoy had 10 points followed by Nolan Eggleston and Tristan Frye with 9 points each for Panama (2-14, 2-6 CCAA Division 2 West).

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (75)

Rivera 1 0 2, Sargent 0 0 0, Vinciguerra 0 2 2, Majka 3 2 9, Meredith 4 1 9, AGleason 0 0 0, Swan 6 3 15, Pope 13 4 31, Hammond 1 0 3, Wood 1 0 2, DGleason 1 0 2. Totals 30 12 75.

PANAMA (51)

Morse 3 1 7, Golden 1 2 4, Eggleston 4 1 9, Chase 1 2 4, Munson 1 0 2, Delahoy 3 4 10, Smith 3 0 6, Frye 4 0 9. Totals 20 10 51.

3-point goals - Majka, Pope, Frye, Hammond.

Chautauqua Lake 23 20 26 6 - 75

Panama 17 16 9 9 - 51

Jayvees: Chautauqua Lake won.

Maple Grove downs

Southwestern, 67-38

Strong second-half defense lifted Maple Grove to a 67-38 victory over host Southwestern in Division 1 West action.

The Red Dragons (6-9, 2-3) held the Trojans to just 12 points after intermission while scoring 37 themselves.

Maple Grove built up a 30-26 margin in the first half but broke it open with a 22-5 third period as Mitch Padilla scored 6 points and Dalton DuBois added 5 points.

Carson Crist led Maple Grove with 19 points followed by Padilla and Peter Auer with 12 apiece.

Alex Card led Southwestern (4-10, 2-4) with 10 points and Niko Pannes added 9 points. Cole Snyder grabbed five rebounds for the Trojans.

MAPLE GROVE (67)

Auer 5 0 12, Padilla 5 1 12, Crist 6 4 19, Olson 0 0 0, Jones 0 1 1, Purslow 5 5 15, DuBois 3 0 8, Delong 0 0 9, Rowe 0 0 0, Nelson 0 0 0. Totals 24 10 67.

SOUTHWESTERN (38)

Heil 2 1 5, Card 4 1 10, Miller 1 0 2, Pascarella 1 0 2, Snyder 3 1 7, Johnson 0 1 1, CPannes 0 0 0, NPannes 4 0 9, Munir 0 0 0, Hnatyszyn 0 0 0, Kane 0 0 0, Vezina 1 0 2. Totals 16 4 38.

3-point goals - Auer 2, Padilla, Crist 3, DuBois 2, Card, NPannes.

Maple Grove 13 17 22 15 - 67

Southwestern 10 16 5 7 - 38

Jayvees: Southwestern 49, Maple Grove 47.

Pope scores 35, Thunderbirds roll to 33-point win

Devin Pope continued to blow past the 1,000-point mark while Aaron Swan was his normal productive self Friday night, as Chautauqua Lake (13-2, 7-1) cruised past Southwestern (4-10, 1-6), 82-49, in CCAA West 1 boys basketball action.

Pope had a game-high 35 points while adding six assists, six steals and five rebounds while Swan had 20 points, six rebounds and four assists in the win.

The Thunderbirds jumped out to a 23-18 lead after the first quarter, before using a 21-7 run in the second frame to take a 44-25 lead into halftime. Then, in the second half, the home team outscored the visitors, 38-24, for the 33-point win.

Also for Chautauqua Lake, Tyler Meredith had six points, eight rebounds, four assists and three steals; Alex Gleason had three points, three steals, three rebounds and two assists; and Nate Hammond had nine points and five rebounds.

For Southwestern, Alex Card had a team-high 16 points and five assists while Niko Pannes had 15 points in the loss.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Pine Valley edges Westfield

WESTFIELD - The Pine Valley Lady Panthers (12-2, 2-2) jumped out to a 16-9 lead after the first quarter and managed to hold onto that lead en route to a 52-46 win over the Westfield Lady Wolverines (4-8, 1-3) Thursday in non-league girls basketball action.

Westfield answered by outscoring Pine Valley 19-11 in the second and 12-10 in the third, but the pivotal final period was won by Pine Valley, 13-6, to clinch the win.

Zoe Nelson led Pine Valley with 13 points and eight rebounds while Emily Raiport scored 10 in the win. Kayla Hohl added seven rebounds and three steals.

Sophia DeMarco led all scorers with 16 points to go with 11 rebounds, seven steals, five blocks and two assists. Susan Wolfe scored eight points in the loss.

Westfield topples Cassadaga Valley, 43-28, in CCAA West 2 contest

Maddison Knapp had a game-high 14 points while adding seven rebounds, four assists and four steals, as Westfield (5-8, 2-3) defeated Cassadaga Valley (4-11, 0-5), 43-28, Saturday at Westfield High School.

The Lady Wolverines jumped out to a 15-6 lead after the first quarter and a 19-11 lead at the break. Then, in the second half, Westfield outscored Cassadaga Valley, 24-17, for the 43-28 final.

Also for the Lady Wolverines, Sophia DeMarco had eight points, a team-high nine rebounds, eight blocks, six steals and two assists. Katie Bodenmiller added seven points in the win.

For the Lady Cougars, Jewelee Schauman had a team-high 12 points while adding two assists, Mikayla Falkner had six points, eight rebounds and three steals and Amber Morrison added eight points and a game-high 16 rebounds.

Photo by Joe Conti

Westfield's Sophia DeMarco (14) plays tight defense on Pine?Valley's Zoe?Nelson (24) during Thursday's non-league girls high school basketball game. No information on the game was available at press time.

 
 
 

 

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