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Physical play, tight defense help Bulldogs beat Sherman

January 28, 2016
Westfield Republican

BROCTON (Jan. 22)- Brocton coach Matt Seiberg called it "old school basketball."

A physical contest which only saw 13 free throws in the game went in Brocton's favor Friday night as it stopped Sherman, 34-27, in CCAA West 2 boys high school basketball.

"Usually, if I were to look at my offense and I see we scored 34 points, I would say no way we would win against Sherman," Seiberg said. "But we played good defense. They were cold shooting, but our kids were physical on defense and boxed out well. We made it difficult for Chris Robson."

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Brocton’s Alec Chelton is guarded by Sherman’s Kolby Parks during Friday’s CCAA West 2 boys high school basketball game.

Steven Krystofiak and Alec Chelton led Brocton's offense with nine points each. Aaron Riforgiato and Krystofiak combined for 24 rebounds.

The Bulldogs used an 11-5 first-quarter run to take a 22-16 halftime lead. The home team outscored Sherman, 12-11 in the second half.

"Sherman was cold, but so were we," Seiberg said. "It came down to who was going to outlast the other team. It was a big 'W' for us with the way the standings have been going. Overall, it was a great team win. No one on the stat sheet stands out. Ten points scored in the fourth quarter - you can tell both teams played well on defense."

Robson finished with 14 points, seven rebounds and two steals for Sherman while Jared Gleason hauled down 10 rebounds.

Wildcats roll past Forestville at JCC

JAMESTOWN (Jan. 23) - Chris Robson had 13 points, nine rebounds, five assists and two steals to help lead Sherman (8-6) past Forestville (2-10), 52-33, at Jamestown Community College.

The Wildcats held a slim 9-7 lead after the first quarter, before expanding their margin to 25-14 at the break. Sherman went on to outscore Forestville, 10-7, in the third quarter and 17-12 over the game's final eight minutes.

Jared Gleason chipped in nine points and 11 rebounds in the win while Kolby Parks added nine points and Sam Vanvalkenburg eight points.

For the Hornets, Kalvin Stanbro had a team-high 12 points while adding eight rebounds. Also for Forestville, Jackson Eagan had 11 points and 11 rebounds.

Honey leads Clymer to victory

CLYMER (Jan. 22) - Adam Honey recorded his top offensive game of his career in leading Clymer (6-9, 4-4) to victory.

Honey hit 12-of-16 from the field en route to 31 points with four 3-pointers as the Pirates decisioned Cassadaga Valley (0-7, 2-11), 77-46.

After a tight opening eight minutes that saw Clymer hold a 14-13 advantage, the Pirates went on a 27-17 run in the second stanza to take 41-30 edge into the locker room.

Honey had 12 points at the halftime and came back with 12 more in the third quarter during a 20-8 run that broke the game open. He also led in steals with six and in assists with also six.

Dylan Davis of Clymer recorded his season's high of 13 points and 10 rebounds. Dylan Neckers had five assists and Justin Svetz added four.

For Cassadaga Valley, Shane Parsons had 12 points and Will Borkowski 11 points. Connor Crabtree had five rebounds, Parsons three assists and Henry Nunez three steals.

Westfield grabs win over Pirates

WESTFIELD (Jan. 20)- Greg Schroeder had a game-high 16 points to help Westfield to a 56-44 win over CCAA West 2 foe Clymer at Westfield Academy and Central School.

The Wolverines held a slim, 8-7, lead after the first quarter, before pulling away in the second quarter, as they outscored the Pirates, 16-8, to take a 24-15 lead into the break. In the second half, Westfield outscored Clymer, 32-29, to hold on for the win.

David Grayson and Trevor North both had 12 points in the win. North added five assists while Eric Fermier and Jonathan Wilson had seven points each, with Wilson adding six rebounds.

For Clymer, Dylan Neckers had a team-high 10 points and five rebounds while Dustin Neckers chipped in five rebounds and four points. Also for the Pirates, Josh Summers had seven points.

Panama defeats Brocton, 57-45

PANAMA (Jan. 20)- Chris Blose had a game-high 19 points while Josh Eddy chipped in 14 points and a game-high 21 rebounds as Panama (11-2, 7-0) remained perfect in CCAA West 2 boys basketball action with its 57-45 win over Brocton Wednesday night at Panama High School.

The Panthers jumped out to a 9-4 lead after the first quarter, before taking a 21-14 lead into the break. The teams played even in the third quarter, with both scoring 14 points. Panama was able to pull away in the fourth, outscoring Brocton, 22-17, for the win.

"They kept it within five points for most of the second half," Panama head coach Ed Nelson said. "(Brocton) has good, scrappy kids. We were just able to hit a couple NBA-range 3-pointers to put it away, but they're a good basketball team."

Steven Krystofiak led the Bulldogs with 16 points and eight rebounds while Aaron Riforgiato had 10 points and a team-high 12 rebounds to go with five assists. Also for the Bulldogs, Alec Chelton had eight points and five assists.

T'birds hold off Trojans, 56-51

LAKEWOOD (Jan. 20) - The Chautauqua Lake trio of Carter Davidson, Aaron Swan and Devin Pope did just enough to lift the Thunderbirds past the suddenly lethal Southwestern Trojans (4-9, 2-5), 56-51, Wednesday in CCAA West 1 boys high school basketball.

After a surprising 57-55 victory over Fredonia on Saturday, the Trojans gave Chautauqua Lake all it could handle.

The Thunderbirds held a 17-11 lead after the first quarter and maintained that six-point lead into halftime, 29-23. Chautauqua Lake went up eight after three quarters, 42-34. In the final eight minutes, the Trojans battled back, outscoring the visitors, 17-14, but it was too little, too late.

Pope had a game-high 18 points while Carter Davidson had 15. Swan finished with 11 points in the win.

Southwestern was led by Niko Pannes' 14 points and Alex Card's 10 points. Ben Burk had four assists and 10 rebounds in defeat.

 
 
 

 

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