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Boys basketball roundup

January 8, 2016
Westfield Republican

Sherman tops Clymer; Brocton boys defeated

SHERMAN (Jan. 4) - The first quarter provided Sherman with the lead on its way to a 56-41 victory over Clymer in Division 2 West play.

Kolby Parks scored 11 points and Jared Gleason added seven during a 20-8 opening eight minutes as the Wildcats moved to 3-0 in the league and 5-3 overall.

Parks wound up with 21 points for his second straight 20-point effort and Gleason checked out with 16 for the Wildcats.

Parks and Gleason each brought down six rebounds while Parks had five steals and five assists for the Wildcats. Chris Robson chipped in with six assists and four steals.

Adam Honey scored 12 points and Josh Van Earden added nine points and three assists for Clymer (3-7, 2-2).

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FREWSBURG (Jan. 4)- Frewsburg allowed just 12 points in the first half and pulled away for a 54-37 CCAA West 2 win over Brocton.

"We played a pretty solid defensive game," said Frewsburg coach Tom Nelson. "We weren't setting the world on fire but if you (allow 12 first-half points) you can win a lot of games."

Matt Hair led the Bears (6-3, 2-2) with 21 points and eight rebounds - six on the offensive end. Cordell O'Brien scored 14 points in the first three quarters before playing sparingly in the fourth with Frewsburg in command. Kole Brink came off the bench to score nine points and pick up five steals while Anthony Mole made his first career start and scored his first four points for the Bears.

Alec Chelton led the Bulldogs (7-3, 0-3) with 14 points and three assists while Aaron Riforgiato chipped in 13 points and 10 rebounds.

Chautauqua Lake

beats Maple Grove

BEMUS POINT (Jan. 4)- The Big 3 of Carter Davidson, Aaron Swan and Devin Pope led the Chautauqua Lake Thunderbirds (8-2, 3-1) to an 83-69 victory over Maple Grove on Monday in CCAA West 1 boys high school basketball.

Davidson scored a game-high 28 points, Pope added 20 and Swan had 18 for the victors.

The Thunderbirds had just five players score, with the lone bench points coming from Joel Vinciguerra's seven.

"He has been a nice addition to our team," Chautauqua Lake coach Michael Putney said. "He has been able to step in."

The Thunderbirds held a 29-19 lead after the first quarter and 53-38 lead at halftime.

"If a team is going to run with us, it's going to be high scoring," Putney said. "I don't like giving up many points, but they have some great offensive players and they are tough to contain. We will take the win."

Davidson scored 23 of his 28 points in the first half while he also had five rebounds and nine steals. Swan had four assists and Pope had six steals in the win.

Host team trims Clymer in Cassadaga tourney final

SINCLAIRVILLE (Jan. 2) - For the first time since 2011, Cassadaga Valley won its annual boys Cassadaga Valley Holiday Tournament, trimming Clymer, 53-49.

Shane Parsons was named the Most Valuable Player.

In the consolation game, Salamanca turned back Southwestern, 62-49.

Joining Parsons on All-Tournament Team were teammate William Borkowski, Adam Honey of Clymer, Niko Pannes of Southwestern and Zeus Enriquez of Salamanca.

Clymer held a 32-27 lead at halftime, but in the second half it was Cassadaga Valley with a 26-18 edge.

The big surprise was the play of Borkowski, who had a career-high 16 points and drilled three 3-pointers as the Cougars rallied with a 17-9 third quarter to take 44-37 lead.

Parsons ended up with 13 points with a 3-pointer and five assists, Brandon Chamberlain had two steals and Borkowski had six rebounds for the Cougars.

Honey topped Clymer with 17 points and teammate Josh Summers added 10 points, Justin Svetz had six rebounds, Dylan Neckers added two assists and Honey had two steals.

Connor Crabtree also helped out with 11 points for the Cougars.

Clymer tops Salamanca in CV tourney 1st round

SINCLAIRVILLE (Dec. 28)- Dylan Neckers scored 16 points and drained three shots from beyond the arc to lead Clymer to a 48-42 victory over Salamanca on Monday in the Cassadaga Valley Holiday Tournament.

Dylan Davis scored seven points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Clymer, while Adam Honey scored 12 points and dished out three assists. Justin Svetz also collected 10 rebounds.

For Salamanca, Tate Reynolds was the top scorer with 11 points. Mike Collins and Hercules Rasha added eight points each.

SC tops Sherman in Randolph Tourney opener

JAMESTOWN (Dec. 28) -?Trevon Thompson had his finest hour for Silver Creek boys basketball Monday in the Randolph Tournament, held at Jamestown Community College.

Thompson scored a career-high 31 points as the Black Knights defeated Sherman, 57-46, in the opening round.

Thompson hit two of his six 3-pointers en route to11 points in the 22-11 third quarter as Silver Creek took the lead for good. He added another five points in the last stanza.

Sherman, which led at halftime, 26-23, whittled the lead to 48-46 with about three minutes left only to see Chris Williams hit a 3-pointer to make it a 51-46 edge.

Heron Snow dropped in 10 points for Silver Creek.

Chris Robson netted 10 points and five steals, Jared Gleason grabbed 10 rebounds and Kyle Rhebergen had eight rebounds for Sherman.

Parks stars for Sherman in conso game win

JAMESTOWN (Jan. 2) - Kolby Parks poured in 22 points and Sherman evened its record at 3-3 by beating Maple Grove, 50-44,in the consolation game of the Radnolph Classic.

Parks was especially deadly from 3-point range as he nailed six of them, followed by Chris Robson with four, as the Wildcats led most of the way.

Robson chipped in with 17 points, grabbed eight rebounds, and had three steals and four assists. Kyle Carpenter also had four assists while Jared Gleason pulled down 14 rebounds in the win.

For Maple Grove, Mitch Padilla and Matt Roach each tallied 11 points.

 
 
 

 

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