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SILVER CREEK – Silver Creek struggled to make shots in the first half.

The Black Knights certainly made up for that in the third quarter.

Jade Bouvier scored 7 points, Kay Hutchison and Maidre Arenas had 6 each, and Abby Rice had 5 to highlight a 24-12 run en route to a 57-42 non-championship win over Lake Shore.

Bouvier finished with 17 points, six steals and five assists; Rice had 16 points, 13 rebounds, six assists and three blocks; and Arenas added 11 points. Hutchison had five rebounds.

The Black Knights end the regular season 12-8.

Lake Shore (5-12) was led by Elizabeth Jarzynski with 15 points and Alexandria Kennedy with 12.

LAKE SHORE (42)

Jimerson 0 0 0, Jarzynski 6 2 15, Stender 0 0 0, Kennedy 5 2 12, Vaught 2 0 4, Guziec 0 0 0, Tallchief 3 3 9, Glose 1 0 2, Porter 0 0 0, Maybee 0 0 0, Totals 15 7 42.

SILVER STREAM (57)

Eldridge 2 1 5, Arenas 4 0 11, Karcz 0 0 0, Martinez 0 0 0, Bouvier 7 3 17, Hutchison 3 0 8, Schneider 0 0 0, Rice 4 5 16, Jimerson 0 0 0, Lawton 0 0 0, Totals 19 8 57.

3-point goals — Jarzinski, Arenas 3, Hutchison 2, Rice 3.

Lake coast 5 5 12 17 — 42

Silver Creek 10 8 24 15 – 57

PIRATES GO AWAY EARLY

SINCLAIRVILLE — Alexys Neckers had 12 points and seven rebounds while Aurora Ordines added 10 points as Clymer beat Cassadaga Valley 51-25 in non-championship action.

The Pirates (14-5, 6-4 CCAA D2 West) led 16-5 after the first quarter and 37-9 at halftime.

Mikala Einink had 8 points, six rebounds, five assists and five steals in the win.

“The solid first half took us to victory” Clymer head coach Dave Bodamer said. “I was able to play against the girls I raised for the playoffs.”

Emiley Anderson led the Cougars (5-14, 0-10 CCAA Central) with 14 points.

CLYMER (51)

Ordines 2 4 10, Einink 3 0 8, Woods 2 0 4, Nyweide 1 1 4, White 0 1 1, Burchanowski 0 0 0, Neckers 4 2 12, Bodamer 0 1 1, Johnson 1 0 2, Honey 3 3 9. Totals 16 12 51.

CASSADAGA VALLEY (25)

HAnderson 0 0 0, EAnderson 5 0 14, Hopkins 2 4 8, Johnson 1 0 2, McChesney 0 0 0, Horton 0 0 0, Jasinski 0 0 0, Hattaway 0 1 1. Totals 8 5 25.

3-point goals – Ordines 2, Einink 2, Nyweide, Neckers 2, EAnderson 4.

Clymer 16 21 8 6 — 51

Cassadaga Valley 5 4 4 12 — 25

WARRIORS WIN SIXTH RIGHT

SALAMANCA — A 27-14 first half was enough for Salamanca to hold non-league Dunkirk in the streak and win 57-48 for their sixth consecutive win.

Karina Crouse led the Warriors (11-10, 9-3 CCAA East) with 16 points and five rebounds while Jillian Rea had 12 points, seven rebounds and seven steals. Bella Wolfe had 6 points, nine rebounds and two blocked shots before leaving in the second quarter with an injury.

Molly Dicara led the Marauders (1-19, 0-10 CCAA D1 West) with 14 points, Tachiana Garcia had 12 and Ana Rodriguez had 10.

DUNKIRK (48)

Donisi 0 0 0, Pacheco 0 0 0, Garcia 4 3 12, Rodriguez 1 7 10, Karin 0 0 0, Kenner 2 0 4, Dicara 5 4 14, Jacques 1 0 2, Casey 3 0 6, Alfaro 0 0 0. Totals 16 14 48.

SALAMANCA (57)

KCrouse 5 4 16, Wolfe 3 0 6, Oakes 3 0 6, Maybee 1 2 4, Rea 4 4 12, McComber 2 3 7, John 1 1 3, MCrouse 1 1 3, Hogan 0 0 0. Totals 20 15 57.

3-point goals – Garcia, Rodriguez, KCrouse 2.

Dunkirk 2 12 13 21 — 48

Salamanca 11 16 10 20 — 57

FALCONER TOPS GOWANDA

FALCONER – The Falconer Golden Falcons defeated the Gowanda Panthers 55-36 in the Central Division game.

Falconer (12-5, 7-3) was all over Gowanda (8-10, 2-8) early on, taking a 34-18 lead at halftime. Dani Krenzer led with 12 points, five assists and five steals; Tess Spangenburg scored 11 points and grabbed 12 rebounds; Ava Fenton scored 11 goals and assisted four and Augustine Krenzer had eight boards.

Gowanda was led by Aaliyah Stevens with 13 points.

GOWANDA (36)

Luther 1 0 2 , Rivera 0 0 0, Montour 0 0 0, LStevens 3 0 7, Nephew 2 0 6, AStevens 5 3 13, Lindgren 1 0 2, ASteens 3 0 6. Totals 15 3 36.

FALCONER (55)

Lynn 2 0 4, AKrenzer 0 2 2, DKrenzer 6 0 12, Fenton 4 1 11, Sanders 0 0 0, Harper 2 0 4, Patterson 0 0 0, Reichenbach 4 0 9, Spangenburg 5 0 13. Totals 23 3 55.

3 point goals – Spangenburg 2, Fenton 2, Nephew 2, LStevens 2.

Gowanda 12 6 11 7 — 36

Falconer 16 18 11 10 — 55



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