Frewsburg runs past Cougars
FREWSBURG – The first eight minutes set up first-place Frewsburg in CCAA?Division 2 girls high school basketball Monday.
Frewsburg opened up with a 25-3 first-quarter lead and then followed with 23-5 second quarter for a 48-8 lead at halftime over Cassadaga Valley en route to a 78-25 win.
Emily Hair scored seven points in the first quarter and Shawna Raymond had 10 by halftime for the Bears, who have a 12-game winning streak. They are 10-0 in Division 2 and 15-1 overall.
In the fourth quarter, eight different players scored for Frewsburg.
Raymond wound up with 16 points while Hair and Annie Berg had 12 points each and Reyanne Strong added nine for the winners.
The Bears had 31 steals with Reyanne Strong having 10 and Raymond seven.
Rebounding showed Raymond with seven and Berg with six. Strong was the leader with five assists, Hair four and Raymond three.
Kristi Zink sank nine points while Shawana Miller added 10 rebounds and Jessica Burch three steals for Cassadaga Valley (3-6, 5-9).
Silver Creek 73, Catt. LV 21
SILVER CREEK – The Silver Creek duo of Jordan Brooks and Marissa Donovan proved to be too much for the Cattaraugus-Little Valley Lady Timberwolves as the Black Knights (7-6, 5-4) rolled to a 73-21 victory Monday in CCAA Division 2 girls high school basketball.
Brooks had 28 points, 14 rebounds, five steals and four blocks while Donovan had a career-high 20 points and seven rebounds for the winners.
“She mad a lot of her baseline jumpers and found the open spot.” Silver Creek coach Tammy Rice said of Donovan. “She was very aggressive taking it to the whole. She gained some confidence tonight.”
The Black Knights jumped out to a 14-3 lead after the first quarter and held a 34-12 halftime advantage. The onslaught continued in the second half as the home team outscored the Lady Timberwolves, 39-9.
“My entire team played very well together tonight,” Rice said. “We were under 10 turnovers for the whole game. That’s encouraging.”
Jade Lewis contributed in the win with 10 assists.
Silver Creek returns to action Wednesday when it travels to Randolph.