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Sherman, Clymer girls pick up league wins

January 16, 2014
Westfield Republican / Mayville Sentinel News

SHERMAN, Jan. 11 - Talia Coccarelli led the offense and Roxanne Toy controlled the backboards as Sherman (3-1, 7-2) had an easy CCAA West II girls basketball win over winless Cassadaga Valley (0-3, 0-8) on Saturday.

Coccarelli tallied 16 points and Toy grabbed 13 rebounds when the Lady Wildcats routed the Lady Cougars, 53-19.

Page Zenns was second high in scoring for the Lady Wildcats with 11 points.

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Cassadaga Valley’s Preslie Johnson brings the ball up the court against a Sherman defender, on Saturday, during their CCAA West II girls basketball game, at Sherman.

Shenley Luden had three steals and three assists while Coccarelli added three more steals toward the winning cause.

The Lady Wildcats still had enough offense despite playing without leading scorer Bridget Yaw, who was out of town.

Cassadaga Valley never scored more than five points in the four quarters and was led by Emily Stoll with five points.

Clymer girls remain undefeated in league play

BROCTON, Jan. 11 - The Clymer Lady Pirates (4-3, 3-0) used a huge second half to pull away from the Brocton Lady Bulldogs (1-4, 1-3) to record a 52-35 victory in CCAA West II girls basketball action Saturday.

Carly McAfoose led Clymer with a game-high 16 points while pulling down seven rebounds. Breanna Summers had 12 points and seven rebounds while MJ Trisket added six points, seven rebounds, six steals and four assists in the win.

Jess Putcher recorded 16 points and six rebounds in the loss.

"We played well and had the lead after the first quarter," Brocton coach Ken Purcell said. "We played good defense. The second quarter was back and forth, but the third quarter was the difference maker. We got into foul trouble and Clymer was able to build a 15-point lead. We cut the lead to six with five minutes left, but after (Jess) Merle fouled out we seemed to lose our wind. The score doesn't really indicate how close it was."

 
 
 

 

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