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Lady Thunderbirds dominate Dunkirk, 54-31

February 11, 2016
Westfield Republican

MAYVILLE (Feb. 8)- The Chautauqua Lady Thunderbirds (9-10, 6-5) combined for 17 steals as their 3/4-court press proved to be too much for the Dunkirk Lady Marauders in a 54-31 CCAA West 1 girls high school basketball victory.

The Lady Thunderbirds jumped out to an 18-3 lead after the first quarter and never looked back. They cemented the win with a 19-6 run in the third quarter.

Chautauqua Lake had 10 different players score, led by Taylor Phelps' 17 points, including three 3-pointers. She also had six rebounds while Sam Gleason had four points, four assists and five steals.

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Photo by Lisa Monacelli
Chautauqua Lake’s Sam Bauer drives to the basket on a fast break during Monday’s CCAA West 1 girls high school basketball game against Dunkirk.

Quinn Bankoski was the lone bright spot for Dunkirk with 11 points and as many rebounds. Kymi Nance had eight boards in defeat.

Sherman's second half run defeats Cassadaga

SHERMAN (Feb. 8) - A second-half surge carried Sherman to a 54-32 Division 2 West victory over Cassadaga Valley.

Tied with Cassadaga Valley at 17 at halftime, the Wildcats (14-5, 6-3) put it all together with a 37-15 run in the second half.

Bridget Yaw scored 12 of her 21 points in the final 16 minutes while having five assists to tie Sherman teammate Shenley Luden. Yaw had five steals and Cole added four.

Roxanne Toy delivered 13 points and nine rebounds while Abbey Cole had nine points and eight rebounds in the win. Jurnee Hannold blocked three shots.

Ashley Repine rejected eight shots, scored 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for Cassadaga Valley (6-14, 2-8).

Wildcats beat CV

SINCLAIRVILLE (Feb. 6) - Danielle Aldrich scored all seven of her points, including a 3-pointer, in the third quarter as Sherman pulled away for a 45-27 CCAA West 2 girls basketball win, on Saturday, at Cassadaga Valley High School.

The Wildcats (13-5, 5-3) led 20-14 at halftime before a 15-7 third quarter helped them take control.

Bridget Yaw finished with 13 points, 10 rebounds, three steals and three assists while Abbey Cole added 10 points. Roxanne Toy chipped in four steals and four assists while Shenley Luden had four assists and three steals.

Ashley Repine led the Cougars (6-13, 2-7) with 12 points and 12 rebounds while Brittany Lancaster added seven points and three rebounds. Amber Morrison also had five rebounds in the loss.

Panama gets hot in fourth to stop CL

MAYVILLE (Feb.5) - The Panama Lady Panthers found their shooting rhythm in the final eight minutes and it helped propel them to a 63-48 victory over the Chautauqua Lake Lady Thunderbirds (8-10, 5-5) on Friday in non-league girls high school basketball action.

Holding a slim 41-38 lead heading into the final quarter, the Lady Panthers outscored the home team, 22-10, for the win.

Emily Speary connected on three 3-pointers in the decisive quarter on her way to a game-high 28 points.

"They just started knocking shots down," Chautauqua Lake coach Eric Schuster said. "We had no answer for it."

Speary also had four steals. Natalie Angeletti had 10 points and nine rebounds while Nicole Johnson hauled down 11 boards for the winners.

Olivia Anderson was Chautauqua Lake's top scorer with 13 points.

Lady Wolverines lose to Sherman, 42-24

WESTFIELD (Feb. 4) - Bridget Yaw and Roxanne Toy propelled the Sherman Lady Wildcats to a 42-24 victory over the Westfield Lady Wolverines (4-15) on Thursday in CCAA West 2 girls high school basketball.

Both players recorded a double-double, led by Yaw's 15 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists. Toy had 10 points and 12 boards in the win.

The Lady Wolverines kept the game close as they trailed just 6-3 after one quarter and 18-10 at halftime. However, the visitors outscored Westfield, 24-14, in the second half for the win.

Sophia DeMarco was the lone bright spot for Westfield with 10 points and 14 rebounds.

"I thought Sherman did a good job executing," Westfield coach Cody Jacobson said. "They shot well. We hung with them, but (Sherman coach) Mel (Swanson) did a nice job getting them in the right place in the second half."

Yaw gets 1,000th point

in Sherman victory

SHERMAN (Feb.2) - A layup at the end of third quarter enabled Bridget Yaw to become the 10th girl in Sherman history to reach the 1,000-point plateau.

Yaw, who is in her fifth year on the Sherman varsity with the last four years being a starter, needed 13 points and that was exactly what she finished with in a 61-29 win over Clymer in Division 2 West action.

Yaw also had 10 rebounds and eight assists for the Wildcats (10-5, 3-3). Roxanne Toy added 14 points and 14 rebounds while Shenley Luden added nine points for the winners.

Libby Heil had 10 rebounds for Clymer (6-8, 4-4).

Shenley Luden and Yaw each scored seven points in the first half, enabling the Wildcats to get out to a 25-10 lead.

Lauren Dunnewold led Clymer with eight points.

 
 
 

 

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