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KOSLOWSKI LEADS VIKINGS TO 59-43 WIN OVER LANCERS; GRAND ISLAND ADVANCES IN SECOND ROUND

Grant Koslowski scored 19 points and dished out seven assists to lead Grand Island to a convincing 59-43 victory over Lewiston-Porter Tuesday in the second round of the Niagara Frontier League's annual Kickoff Invitational at Grand Island.

Anthony Scott added 10 rebounds for the Vikings (2-2), who held Lew-Port to 29 percent shooting from the field. Jim Andrews added 12 points, including two three-pointers.

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St. Mary's of Lancaster placed four players in double figures and beat St. Mary's of the Deaf, 74-45. Adam Penasack led the Lancers (1-0, 3-2) with 13 points, while Jason Swaitek added 11 and Tim Szablewski and Ray Bova each scored 10. Jerry Heider led the Saints with 19.

ECIC Interdivision

Sam Zawistowski hit two free throws with 20 seconds remaining to give Springville its only lead in a 54-53 win over East Aurora. Mark Peterson led Springville (4-0) with 15 points, while Bob Rhindfuss added 14. East Aurora (0-5) was led by Joe Wright and Mike Lamond with 15 points each.

Tom Baschnagel scored 19 points and grabbed 18 rebounds as Williamsville East (3-0) handed Amherst its third straight loss, 64-50. Jeff March added 20 points for the Flames. Marc Colucci and Jerry Klein scored 13 points apiece for the Tigers.

P.J. Bryniarski scored 27 points and Mark Bochynski sparked a third-quarter run as Sweet Home defeated Williamsville North, 73-68. John Rizun added 15 for the Panthers (2-2). Scott Baity led North (0-2) with 14.

IAC

Cesar Giminez scored 42 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to boost Park to a 57-45 victory over Calasanctius. Park (1-0) took a 15-point lead into halftime and held on. Ezekiel Lyons led Calasanctius (0-2) with 10 points.

Darrick Castronova scored 34 points and had eight steals as Christian Central edged Gow, 66-62. Paul Hess added 18 for Central (1-0). Gow is 0-2.

CCIAC Interdivision

David Rise scored 21 points and Cory Emory 17 to lift Sherman to a 60-48 victory over Pine Valley. Pine Valley was led by John Pagett's 24 points and 12 rebounds.

Ryan Jimerson scored 14 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as Gowanda remained unbeaten with a 49-44 victory over Cattaraugus. Steve John added 12 points for Gowanda (3-0). Charlie Senn led Cattaraugus (1-2) with 11.

Non-league

Orchard Park got 32 points from senior guard Dennis Schimpf and held Emerson to 20 first-half points in defeating the Eagles, 67-51. Scott Leary added 17 points and 15 rebounds for Orchard Park (2-1).

Hutch-Tech (4-1) used a 22-9 second quarter and a 23-11 run in the third to blast Depew, 71-48. Curtis Brooks led a balanced Tech scoring attack with 13 points, including a three-pointer at the buzzer to give the Engineers a 17-point halftime bulge. Jim Domzalski led Depew (0-3) with 15 points.

Tim Nowicki scored 30 points and dished out eight assists as Cheektowaga surprised Riverside, 99-85. Mark McCabe (12 rebounds) added 20 points and Kevin Spruch 18 for Cheektowaga (3-0). Chris Benn scored 25 and Willie Cornelius 17 for Riverside (0-1).

Iroquois overpowered O'Hara, 75-53, as senior guard Mike Donavan scored 18 points and Keith Stiles 15 for the Chiefs. Iroquois (3-2) hit 10 of 13 free throws in the final period to seal the victory. Mike Kwarciany led O'Hara (1-2) with 14 points.

Carl Reisdorf scored 12 points to lead three players in double figures as Alden (1-3) defeated Starpoint, 49-46.

Frontier held Dunkirk to 17 second-half points and Travis Carrow scored 20 points as the Falcons defeated the Marauders, 57-41.

Senior Dean Edwards scored 34 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and added four blocks as Olean (3-0) pounded Pioneer, 83-50. Jeff Heath added 15 points for Olean. Brad Spencer led Pioneer (0-3) with 17.

Luke Gullo scored 21 points and Mark Gugino 15 as Fredonia (2-2) edged Jamestown, 54-53. Siran Leeper led Jamestown (1-1), scoring 14 of his game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter.

Holland (5-1) outscored North Collins, 27-11, in the third quarter and went on to win, 77-44. Pat O'Connor led Holland with 18 points. Keith Zaccarine added 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Allegany outscored Eden, 14-8, in the third quarter en route to a 60-52 victory. Eden, playing without 6-foot-5 senior Jason Friol, trailed by only two after three quarters before Allegany pulled away. Bill Gluszak led the Blue Devils (1-2) with 22 points. Eden (0-4) was led by Paul Wilczewski's 16 points.

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