Poor shooting dooms Brocton in defeat
SHERMAN – The Brocton Bulldogs (0-4, 0-1) made just six shots from the field Thursday in a 46-21 defeat at the hands of the Sherman Wildcats (5-0, 2-0) in a CCAA West II boys high school basketball game.
Aaron Riforgiato was the Bulldogs’ top scorer with 13 points.
Brocton fell behind 16-5 after eight minutes and trailed 25-12 at halftime. Things didn’t get much better in the second half as the Wildcats outscored the visitors 21-9 for the victory.
Bryan Graves pulled down eight rebounds in a losing effort.
Westfield 56, Clymer 48
CLYMER – Westfield’s Jacob Gray and Lliam Tennies took turns carrying the Wolverines (5-1, 2-0) to a 56-48 victory over Clymer (3-1, 0-1) on Thursday in CCAA West II boys high school basketball action.
Gray scored 10 of his team-high 12 points in the first half, and Tennies scored eight of his 10 points in the second half.
The Wolverines dominated the glass as they hauled down 18 offensive rebounds. Tennies and Tanner Dahl combined for 19 of Westfield’s 38 total rebounds.
Westfield took a 17-12 lead into the second half and held a 35-26 halftime edge. The Pirates outscored the visitors, 22-21 in the second half, but couldn’t overcome the first-half deficit.
Chaut.?Lake 69, Panama 57
MAYVILLE – Ian Clute had a triple double and Carter Davidson led in scoring as Chautauqua Lake presented first-year coach Mike Putney with his first win.
Clute had 19 points, 16 rebounds and 10 assists while Davidson scored 23 points as the Thunderbirds knocked off Panama, 69-57, for their first win in four outings.
Both Clute, a senior, and Davidson, a sophomore, scored 10 points in the first half as the T’birds built up a 39-32 advantage.
Davidson connected on 13 points in the second half and Clute added nine more.
Chandler Baker added 10 rebounds and Ryan Miller had 10 points.
Cassadaga Valley 73, Pine Valley 32
SOUTH DAYTON – Cassadaga Valley put on an impressive showing against Pine Valley (1-3), picking up a non-league boys basketball victory 73-32 on Thursday evening.
The season series now stands at 2-0 in favor of the Cougars, who were lead by 25 points and five rebounds from Cody Johnson.
In addition to Johnson’s standout performance, the Cougars also found scoring from other areas of the floor. Randy Dealaba chipped in with 14 points with nine rebounds, Mike Lancaster notched 13 points, and Kyle Ruge picked up 15 with three treys.
Russell Hayes was the bright spot for Pine Valley with nine points while Jake Wilcox managed six points and eight rebounds.