Friday, December 3, 2021

Thursday's Roundup by Chris Metcalf:
Auble’s monster night leads Warsaw past Perry for first time in 22 years
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Cal-Mum, York, Alexander, Way-Co also victorious; Snyder leads Kendall girls

Matthew Auble pumped in a career-high 31 points to go with seven rebounds, six assists and five steals as host Warsaw defeated Perry 76-60 defeating the Yellowjackets for the first time since 1999 during the first round of the 29th Annual Kiwanis Tip-off Tournament Thursday night in Warsaw.

Helping (Matt) Auble inside the post was Jacob Sawdey with 12 points, nine rebounds and five steals. Warsaw had four players reach double figures as DQ Johnson-Myers finished with 19 points and Patrick Grover added 10 points. Leading the way for Perry was Matt Givens, who finished with 20 points while Bryce Tallman and Jackson Fanaro had 11 and nine points respectively.

Warsaw will play the winner of Pavilion/Byron-Bergen who plays Friday night at Warsaw in Saturday’s finals at 7 p.m.


Cal-Mum 74, Dansville 69

Host Cal-Mum (1-0) went on a 21-10 third period run that proved too much as the Raiders picked up the victory Thursday at home.Cal-Mum was led by Scott Essig’s career-high 24 points and four rebounds while Kyle Wade added a double-double with 19 points, 14 rebounds and six assists. Evan Raniewicz added 17 points and six rebounds while Cam Reed scored seven points. Nate Doll contributed four points and three points for the Raiders, who play Marcus Whitman Saturday. Dansville (0-2) was led by Drew Morrow with 26 points and 12 rebounds while Collin Gray had another solid night with 15 points. Dawson Wadsworth added 18 points including hitting on three, 3-pointers while adding six assists.

“This was a good first game for us,” Cal-Mum coach Dan Dickens said. “Dansville is a very talented team with multiple guys who can score. Scotty played outstanding and Kyle did what he does. I was happy with our guards’ defense throughout the game. Long season and we still have a lot of work ahead of us, but it’s nice getting the first win out of the way.” Dansville JVs defeated Cal-Mum.

York 54, Bath 47 

York trailed most of the game and then started making the extra pass and not forcing up shots and then buckled down on defense and went on a huge run to take the home victory Thursday. The Golden Knights trailed 24-17 after one and 31-21 at the half before outscoring Bath 33-17 after the intermission. York trailed by as many as 14 points in the second half. Tyler Brady was the best player on the court as he scored a game high 21 points and did a lot of the intangibles as well. Brady did not miss a shot from the field.Maddox Timothy also had a nice game hitting some big second half shots and finishing with 14 points while Jake Pangrazio added seven of his nine points in the first half. DJ Smith led Bath with 14 points while Keefer Calkins and AJ Brotz added 13 and eight points respectively.

“I am very proud of the way we grew up during the game,” York coach Eddie Orman Jr. said. “Couldn’t be happier with a team effort, we came together and got better and got a big W.” York (1-0) plays Prattsburgh Saturday in the Showcase in Wayland.

Alexander 57, CG Finney 31

Alexander was led by Nick Kramer and Braydon Woods who both had double-doubles as the Trojans whipped CG Finney in non league action. Kramer finished with 18 points and 14 rebounds while Woods scored 14 points and grabbed 10 boards. Clayton Bezon nearly had a double-double as well as he scored nine points with 13 rebounds. Finney was led by Nick Pantone with 14 points.

Way-Co 57, Keshequa 35

Way-Co jumped out to a 33-14 halftime lead and picked up the victory over Keshequa Thursday. Michael Gammell led the Golden Eagles with 15 points including three, 3-pointers. Brogan Cotter and Collin Mehlenbacher each scored nine points for Way-Co (1-1). Keshequa was led by Cassius Chestnut with 14 points.

“I thought we had a much more balanced attack tonight on the offensive end and got key contributions from a lot of different players,” Way-Co coach Jacob Kenney said. “We’ve still got a lot of room for growth but it was good for the players to get that first win of the season under their belt.”

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Lyndonville 57, Albion 17

Ten different players scored points for Lyndonville as the Lady Tigers picked up the non league win over Albion. Lorelei Dillenbeck led the way with 11 points while Ella Lewis and Ashlee Stephens scored nine and eight points respectively. Karlee Rounds added seven points while Peyton McDonald and Addison Dillenbeck each netted six.

Kendall 69, Medina 15

Senior Forward Libby Snyder had a monster night as Kendall whipped Medina in the first round of their own tip-off tourney Thursday night. Snyder scored a game-high 23 points and pulled down a career-high 21 rebounds as the Lady Eagles cruised to the victory. She also blocked five shots and added three steals. Senior guard Alezya Brown chipped in with six points, five steals and three rebounds while senior forward Julia Szczepanski had six points and eight rebounds, Junior forward Lauren Pilon and senior forward Kailie Regan added five points each. Medina was led by Stella Poler who scored seven points to go along with six rebounds and five assists. Kendall (1-0) meets Holley in Saturday’s title game at 4 p.m.

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