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Cassadaga Valley’s Andrea Johnson puts up a layup while Falconer’s Kamryn Harper looks on during Monday’s CCAA Division 1 East girls basketball game in Sinclairville.
OBSERVER Photo by Jason Bower

SINCLAIRVILLE — Emiley Anderson scored 26 points and grabbed five steals to lead Cassadaga Valley past Falconer 55-31 in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 East girls basketball action Monday night.

Andrea Johnson added another 14 points, six rebounds, four steals and four assists for the Cougars (11-8, 5-5). Hailey Anderson hauled in seven boards and five steals, Breonna Hopkins added seven boards and Payton Meder grabbed four.

Ellyson Baglia collected 11 rebounds for Falconer (5-14, 2-8) and Ashley Smith grabbed eight boards and three steals, while Augustine Krenzer had six rebounds and three steals.

FALCONER (31)

Helms 0 0 0, Krenzer 1 5 7, Lincoln 0 0 0, Rhinehart 2 0 5, Harper 4 1 9, Smith 2 0 4, Neal 0 0 0, Holmberg 0 0 0, Baglia 3 0 6. Totals 12 6 31.

Cassadaga Valley’s Lauren Jasinski (10) shoots in front of Falconer’s Ashley Smith (20) during Monday’s CCAA Division 1 East girls basketball game in Sinclairville.
OBSERVER Photo by Jason Bower

CASSADAGA VALLEY (55)

Pattyson 1 0 2, Jasinski 1 0 2, Meder 0 1 1, MFanara 0 0 0, Johnson 5 3 14, EAnderson 10 2 26, Hopkins 2 1 6, HAnderson 2 0 4, DFanara 0 0 0. Totals 21 7 55.

3-point goals–Rhinehart, Johnson, EAnderson 4, Hopkins.

Falconer 6 7 7 11 — 31

Cassadaga Valley 18 16 10 11 — 55

FREDONIA WINS ON SENIOR NIGHT

Ten Fredonia seniors went out in style with a 60-27 Division 1 West victory over Olean on Senior Night.

Ashlynn Delcamp led the Hillbillies (9-9, 4-6) with 16 points and seven rebounds, while Keiliany Diaz added 14 points, six rebounds and four steals. Ella Koopman also had 11 points and five steals for Fredonia, which led 31-10 at halftime.

Anna Bates led the Huskies (1-18, 1-9) with 11 points.

OLEAN (27)

Smith 2 0 4, Hirliman 1 1 4, Campbell 2 0 5, Bates 4 3 11, Lazyska 0 0 0, Maull 0 0 0, Benjamin 1 0 3, Battle 0 0 0. Totals 10 4 27.

FREDONIA (60)

Diaz 4 6 14, Normand 3 0 6, Tabone 3 0 8, Delcamp 7 2 16, Creeley 0 0 0, Koopman 5 0 11, Walnicki 1 0 3, Gullo 1 0 2, Wegrzynowski 0 0 0. Totals 24 8 60.

3-point goals–Hirliman, Campbell, Benjamin, Tabone 2, Koopman, Walnicki.

Olean 6 4 8 9 — 27

Fredonia 18 13 12 17 — 60

GATORS GET HOT FROM DEEP

Allegany-Limestone made 12 3-pointers, including five during a 23-13 first quarter en route to a 53-31 Division 1 West victory over Dunkirk.

Serena Frederick led the Gators (11-7, 6-4) with 20 points, including four 3-pointers, and Maddie Kahm had 15 points, all on 3-pointers.

Lianna Hernandez led the Marauders (5-14, 1-9) with 11 points. Ashley Collazo had 12 rebounds and Brooke Szymczak had eight rebounds in defeat.

ALLEGANY-LIMESTONE (53)

Kahm 5 0 15, Frederick 8 0 20, Price-Costa 0 0 0, Luce 0 1 1, Herzog 2 0 5, Hayes 1 0 2, Fisher 4 0 10, Jones 0 0 0. Totals 20 1 53.

DUNKIRK (31)

Santos 0 0 0, Hernandez 5 1 11, Szymczak 0 0 0, Collazo 2 2 6, Rodriguez 2 0 5, JPacheco 1 0 2, Cole 3 0 7. Totals 13 3 31.

3-point goals–Kahm 5, Frederick 4, Herzog, Fisher 2, Rodriguez, Cole.

Allegany-Limestone 23 12 12 6 — 53

Dunkirk 13 5 7 6 — 31

CORNELL, JOHNSON LEAD RED DRAGONS

ELLERY — Bryanna Cornell scored 14 points and Hayley Johnson added 13 as Maple Grove beat Westfield 43-35 in Division 2 West action.

Cornell and Halstrom also combined for 20 rebounds for the Red Dragons (13-5, 7-5), who led 19-11 at halftime.

Tanleigh Bestine led the Wolverines (13-7, 7-5) with 25 points.

WESTFIELD (35)

Bestine 6 11 25, OWolfe 1 2 4, Ottey 1 0 2, Schumaker 2 0 4, SWolfe 0 0 0, Hotchkiss 0 0 0, Gnadzinski 0 0 0, Nollinger 0 0 0. Totals 10 13 35.

MAPLE GROVE (43)

Trim 1 0 2, Johnson 5 1 13, Cornell 7 0 14, Halstrom 1 3 6, Roberts 1 2 4, Price 2 0 4, MCaldwell 0 0 0, ACaldwell 0 0 0. Totals 17 6 43.

3-point goals–Bestine 2, Johnson 2, Halstrom.

Westfield 5 6 9 15 — 35

Maple Grove 11 8 11 13 — 43

OFFENSIVE OUTBURST FOR PANAMA

MAYVILLE — Kaitlyn Horton led four players in double figures with 22 points to lead Panama to a 70-60 Division 2 West win over Chautauqua Lake.

Cassie Lyon scored 15 points, Kiera Loberg had 14 and Kylie Morgan had 12 for the Panthers (6-13, 6-6), who led 42-35 at halftime.

Elise Riedesel scored 17 of her game-high 24 points in the first half for the Eagles (3-16, 2-10). Freshman Kaylee Tarr scored a career-high 20 points to go along with five steals. Riedesel had nine rebounds and Quinn Putney had eight assists in defeat.

PANAMA (70)

Cavness 1 0 3, Lyon 6 1 15, Flikkema 0 1 1, Morgan 4 4 12, Horton 9 4 22, Loberg 6 2 14, Markham 1 0 3. Totals 27 12 70.

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE (60)

KarTarr 0 1 1, Golhardt 1 1 3, Putney 1 0 2, Riedesel 10 1 24, KayTarr 6 6 20, Ludwig 1 2 4, Donato 2 0 6. Totals 21 11 60.

3-point goals–Cavness, Lyon 2, Markham, Riedesel 3, KayTarr 2, Donato 2.

Panama 21 21 16 12 — 70

Chautauqua Lake 19 16 15 10 — 60

Jayvees: Panama won.

SLIWA STAYS HOT

FORESTVILLE — Sophomore Carilene Sliwa scored 30 points for the second time in five days as Forestville beat Cattaraugus-Little Valley 45-23 in Division 2 East action.

The Hornets (4-14, 3-7) honored Autumn Whitcomb and Jill Grupa on Senior Night.

Sliwa, who scored 13 of Forestville’s 20 points in the second quarter, also had 12 steals and five rebounds; Elizabeth Case had eight rebounds; and Ava Emke had seven rebounds.

Bernie Butcher led the Timberwolves (1-17, 0-9) with 13 points.

CATTARAUGUS-LITTLE VALLEY (23)

EWest 0 1 1, Harvey 0 1 1, Benzel 1 1 3, Ly 2 0 4, RButcher 0 1 1, BButcher 5 2 13. Totals 8 6 23.

FORESTVILLE (45)

Emke 0 1 1, Sliwa 12 4 30, Gibson 1 0 2, Whitcomb 0 1 1, Christian 1 0 2, Case 1 0 3, Yarborough 2 0 4, Grupa 1 0 2. Totals 18 6 45.

3-point goals–BButcher, Sliwa 2, Case.

Cattaraugus-Little Valley 7 2 11 3 — 23

Forestville 9 20 10 6 — 45

Jayvees: Cattaraugus-Little Valley won 26-20.

BENTLEY, SCANLON COME UP BIG

PORTVILLE — Portville scored 21 points at the foul line, including 11 from Lilly Bentley, in a 61-32 Division 1 East victory over Gowanda.

Bentley led Portville (12-5, 5-4) with 19 points, nine rebounds and two blocked shots, while Jackie Scanlon added 19 points, including five 3-pointers, to go along with four steals.

CeCe John led Gowanda (2-17, 0-10) with 15 points.

GOWANDA (32)

CJohn 5 4 15, KJohn 1 2 4, Pupo 1 0 2, Gamble 0 0 0, Scanlan 2 0 6, Kelly 1 3 5, Wilder 0 0 0. Totals 10 9 32.

PORTVILLE (61)

Isaman 0 0 0, Carls 0 4 4, DeFazio 2 0 5, AvHaynes 1 2 4, Elliott 0 1 1, Scanlon 7 0 19, AlHaynes 0 1 1, Lyle 0 0 0, Edwards 0 0 0, Bentley 4 11 19, Rhinehart 2 2 8. Totals 16 21 61.

3-point goals–Scanlan 2, CJohn, Scanlon 5, Rhinehart 2, DeFazio.

Gowanda 12 6 2 12 — 32

Portville 24 9 15 13 — 61

TROJANS CLAIM TITLE OUTRIGHT

WEST ELLICOTT — Reece Beaver scored 20 of her 32 points after halftime as Southwestern wrapped up the Division 1 West title outright by rallying to beat Salamanca 50-38.

The Warriors (16-4, 8-2) led 20-18 at halftime before a 21-10 third quarter gave the Trojans (13-6, 10-0) the lead.

Maddie McIntyre had seven rebounds, while Beaver and Lauren Cotter had four steals apiece for Southwestern.

Leilene McComber led Salamanca with 20 points.

SALAMANCA (38)

KCrouse 3 1 9, MCrouse 0 0 0, Dowdy 0 0 0, LeiMcComber 10 0 20, Wolfe 1 3 5, Lafferty 0 0 0, LezMcComber 2 0 4, John 0 0 0, Ross 0 0 0. Totals 16 4 38.

SOUTHWESTERN (50)

CBeaver 0 0 0, RBeaver 9 11 32, Cotter 2 0 4, BBeaver 1 0 3, Sirianni 1 0 3, Barone 0 0 0, McIntyre 3 0 6, Pearson 1 0 2, Genareo 0 0 0. Totals 17 11 50.

3-point goals–KCrouse 2, RBeaver 3, BBeaver, Sirianni.

Salamanca 7 13 10 8 — 38

Southwestern 12 6 21 11 — 50


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