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Cassadaga Valley nips Lady Wolverines by 4

February 4, 2016
Westfield Republican

WESTFIELD (Jan. 28) - Ashley Repine had a monster game in leading the Cassadaga Valley Lady Cougars past the Westfield Lady Wolverines, 42-38, in a Division 2 West girls basketball game Thursday.

Repine had 22 points, 17 rebounds and nine blocks.

The difference in the game came down to free throws as the Lady Cougars made14. Westfield's shot 9 of 26 from the foul line. Repine had 10 of her points from the charity stripe.

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Photos by Lisa Monacelli
Westfield’s Lauren Tofil goes up for a shot over Cassadaga Valley’s Ashley Repine during a Jan. 28 CCAA West 2 girls high school basketball game.

Amber Morrison contributed in the win with seven rebounds.

Westfield's Madison Knapp finished with 11 points and five steals while Sophia DeMarco had 10 points and 12 rebounds.

Lady Thunderbirds

beat Maple Grove

BEMUS POINT (Feb. 1)- Jesse Zenns scored 10 of her 12 points in a 32-point second half for Chautauqua Lake as the Thunderbirds pulled away for a 48-41 win over Maple Grove in Division 1 West.

Sam Gleason also scored 12 points while Taylor Phelps scored 10 for Chautauqua Lake (8-9, 5-5), which received 16 rebounds from Zenns as well as three steals apiece from Katelyn Fardink, Olivia Anderson and Gleason. Fardink also chipped in three assists.

Alexis Hallberg led the Red Dragons (7-10, 2-7) with 14 points, including four 3-pointers, while Caleigh Swanson chipped in 13 points.

Sherman routs Bennett

SHERMAN (Jan. 30)- The Sherman defense was able to hold Bennett to under 10 points in every quarter and the Wildcats received balanced scoring on the offensive end en route to a convincing 58-20 non-league victory.

For Sherman (9-5, 2-3), Bridget Yaw led they way with 13 points, while Jurnee Hannold scored in double figures as well with 10 points. Shenley Luden contributed eight points and eight assists, and Abbey Cole chipped in six points and collected a team-high 12 rebounds. Danielle Aldrich also poured in eight points for the Wildcats.

CL tops Southwestern

MAYVILLE (Jan. 30)- The Chautauqua Lake Lady Thunderbirds defeated CCAA West 1 girls basketball foe Southwestern, 55-44, in a Saturday afternoon game at Chautauqua Lake High School.

Chautauqua Lake (7-9, 4-5) led, 15-9, after one quarter, but the Lady Trojans (9-7, 5-3) were within five points at halftime. The Lady Thunderbirds boosted their advantage to nine after three quarters, taking a 41-32 lead into the fourth quarter.

"Southwestern shot 5 for 20 from the foul line, so that certainly hurt them," Chautauqua Lake head coach Eric Schuster said. "It seemed like we were kind of going back and forth. Both teams would trade blows, then both teams would go in lulls. It wasn't like either team would pull way ahead. It was a close game most of the way."

Taylor Phelps led all scorers with 21 points for Chautauqua Lake. She also led her team in rebounding with nine.

"Phelps was exceptional on both ends of the floor (Saturday) - her scoring and her defense," Schuster said.

Southwestern's top scorers were Maddie Sullivan with 10 points and Kate Johnson with nine. Sullivan also had five steals. Kendyl Austin had 11 rebounds for the Lady Trojans while Diamond Fedrick brought down 10.

Fredonia rallies to beat Lady Thunderbirds

MAYVILLE (Jan. 28)- The Chautauqua Lake Lady Thunderbirds (6-7, 3-5) were unable to close out the game in the final minutes as the Fredonia Lady Hillbillies (10-2, 6-1) rallied for a 47-44 victory on Thursday in CCAA West 1 girls high school basketball.

Holding onto a two-point lead in the final 2:30, the Lady Thunderbirds were 0 for 6 from the foul line while they watched Fredonia steal the win.

The first half belonged to Chautauqua Lake as it held a 22-16 advantage. However, after both teams scored 14 points in the third quarter, Fredonia outscored the home team, 17-8.

"In the first half, I thought we really followed our game plan well," Chautauqua Lake coach Eric Schuster said. "We forced them to shoot up against the shot clock. We did really well. In the second half, I don't know if anything changed, other than the fact they had a ton more easy looks and they worked the ball into the high post."

Chautauqua Lake was led by Taylor Phelp's 20 points and four steals. Sam Bauer had seven rebounds and Sam Gleason had four assists in a losing effort.

"I see improvement from our girls," Schuster said. "The first time we played, we lost by 16. I see improvements so we have to keep building on that."

Clymer loses to Panama

CLYMER (Jan. 28)- Taylor Bowen kept racking up the assists for Panama.

Bowen, who had 15 assists in her previous game, handed out 11 assists this time around as Panama (7-1, 12-4) maintained its hold on the division by prevailing over Clymer (4-3, 6-7), 75-47.

Natalie Angeletti scored all 13 of her points in the first half and Madalyn Bowen added 10 when the Lady Panthers took a 32-18 lead.

Early in the third period, Clymer pulled to within 12 points, but Panama went on a 22-10 run to wrap it up.

Angeletti also snared 11 rebounds and Madalyn Bowen had seven for the winners.

Nicole Johnson and Madalyn Bowen each finished with 16 points and Emilee Sperry had 12 points in the win that saw all nine Panama players dent the scoring column.

For Clymer, Libby Heil recorded 10 points and Becca King nine, while Lauren Dunnewold grabbed eight rebounds and Heil had seven.

Lady Wildcats defeated

FREWSBURG (Jan. 28) - A tight 3-2 defense turned the trick for Frewsburg (6-1, 15-1) in its 48-28 victory over Sherman (2-3, 8-5).

The Bears held the Lady Wildcats to just 18 points over the last three quarters while scoring 40 themselves to keep pace with Panama in the division.

Bridget Yaw had 10 points, six steals and five rebounds, Roxanne Toy added 10 boards and Abbey Cole scored nine points for Sherman.

 
 
 

 

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