St. Joe's is in the zone.
On Tuesday the Marauders beat No. 6 large school St. Francis, 47-46, and followed that up with Friday's 75-67 win over No. 2 small school Turner/Carroll.
Chris Heller (20 points, 10 rebounds), Kevin Pope (18 points, 10 boards) and Frank Tripi (19 points, 12 boards) led the No. 10 Marauders. Loren Stokes paced the Chargers with 27 points.
Elsewhere in the Msgr. Martin Association, Joe Zera scored 32 points, giving him 1,003 in his career as Canisius beat Niagara Catholic, 82-47.
St. Francis made eight consecutive free throws in the game's last 40 seconds to hold off Cardinal O'Hara, 68-66. Peter Tardif led the Red Raiders with 21 points.
Niagara Frontier League: Matt Lickfeld (20) was one of four players in double figures as Nichols beat Lew-Port, 74-71. Chris Baughman added 16, Matt Olsen 15 and Jon Barr 10 for the Big Green. Andrew Myers had 18 for the Lancers. . . . Jon Steele scored 12 of his 19 points in the first quarter as Grand Island held off North Tonawanda, 50-47. Gary Asbach added 10 for the Vikings. The 'Jacks missed a three-pointer at the buzzer. Phil Puccia had 17 for NT. . . . No. 2 large school Niagara Falls beat Kenmore East, 66-47, to move to 16-0, 12-0. Jeff Street had 17 points and Jeff Parmer added 15 for the Wolverines. Chris Robey led the Bulldogs with 15 points.
Niagara-Orleans League: Joel Feagin had 21 points for Wilson in a 54-33 win over Barker. . . . Jon Plail had 22 points and Adam Sidebottom added 21 for Starpoint in a 74-59 win over Newfane. . . . Matt Patterson and Randy Greiner had 14 points each as Akron downed Roy-Hart, 57-43.
Yale Cup: Terry George became the third player on Traditional's roster to reach 1,000 points as he netted 26 in an 84-67 win over Bennett. George has 1,017 in his career joining Greg French (1,743) and Daryl Jacobs (1,034). Against the Tigers, French also had 26 points with 15 assists and Jacobs finished with 15 rebounds and 15 points. . . . Ameer Drake had 11 points and 13 rebounds and Jeff Brooks added 14 rebounds as Seneca beat Grover Cleveland, 71-63. . . . Demetrius Washington had a career-high 43 points as South Park beat Buffalo Arts, 83-72. The game was won in the third quarter as the Sparks opened up a 26-point lead. David Pellnat led Arts with 30 points. . . . Micole Parker had 23 points and Erik Roberson added 13 for City Honors in a 65-44 triumph over Emerson. Nate Key and Aaron Mungro combined for 21 rebounds. . . . Anastasio Gadsen scored the last five points in overtime to lead McKinley to a 55-53 win over Hutch-Tech. Terreon Blackwell led the Macks with 26 points. Duriel Price had 14 for the Engineers. . . . Wayne Vance had 23 points and Jamahl Lewis added 22 for Kensington in a 77-58 win over Burgard. Kenneth Carter led the Knights with 11 rebounds. Anthony Mack had 17 for Burgard. . . . Derrick Ware had 21 points and Terry Moton added 19 as Lafayette beat Riverside, 66-59.
NFCAA: Tim Freundscuh had 19 points as Baptist beat Central Baptist, 77-38.
ECIC II: Williamsville East's defense came to the rescue in a 54-48 victory over Pioneer. The Flames held Pioneer to one field goal in the fourth quarter in moving to 8-0 in the league.
Coach Chris Curr said junior guard Sarah Cornwall "was our best player tonight" as she finished with 15 points, eight steals and seven assists. Lindsay Brent was 9 of 16 from the floor and finished with 22 points for East. Amanda Neamon showed good range in scoring 19 points for the Panthers (11-4, 7-2). Rachel Hicks added 15. The Flames are ranked No. 3 among area large schools while Pioneer is No. 4.
Kristen Kazmierczak had 16 points and Jen Grabowski chipped in with 11 for West Seneca West in a 58-33 win over Williamsville South. Raven Szymanek led the Billies with 11. . . . Sophomore Stacey Gable scored 8 of her 10 points in the first half as Lake Shore won a sloppy, 44-35, decision over West Seneca East. Andrea Laux led the Trojans with 13 points.
ECIC I: Stef Wlosniski had 16 points and Jenny Lardo added 12 as Hamburg won a physical battle over Clarence, 47-38. Hamburg led by four going into the fourth quarter and made 8 of 12 free throws to help its cause. Sophomore Mary Boller led Clarence in scoring with 12. . . . Lindsey Sudol had 11 points and Allison Sudol added 10 for Jamestown in a 68-21 victory over Frontier.
ECIC III: Gabbie Richardson had 20 points and 12 rebounds as Amherst beat Depew for the first time since 1994, 60-50. Kelly Parkot added 14 points and 10 boards for the Tigers. Joelle Brunetto led the Wildcats with 13 points. . . . Cheri White had 17 points and 10 rebounds for Tonawanda in a 48-21 win over Springville. Karlyn Zielen had nine steals and Teresa Bonk grabbed 15 rebounds for the Warriors. . . . Jennifer Wozniak had 10 points and nine rebounds in Maryvale's 44-30 win over Cheektowaga.
ECIC IV: Andrea Deuser had 20 points and 10 rebounds for JFK in a 65-54 win over Holland. Kim Wolski added 12 for the Bears. Leanne Gedraitis paced Holland with 14. . . . Tavona Hatton had 19 points for Cleveland Hill in a 45-37 win over Lackawanna. Carissa Ferucci led the Steelers with 13 points. . . . Sarah Bishop had 18 points and Jana Miller 17 as East Aurora beat Eden, 56-39.
ECIC Interdivision: Karen Kozub had 12 points and Tina Winney added 10 as Alden topped Orchard Park, 42-36.
Niagara Frontier League: Katie Remus and Jamie Dougherty had 10 points each as No. 6 large school Grand Island beat No. 10 North Tonawanda, 45-41. Katie Miranto (13) and Rosie Ganschow (12) led the Lady 'Jacks. . . . Tiffany Walton had 14 points and Kelly McAuley added 10 as Nichols beat Lew-Port, 56-38. . . . Laurie Hutten had 12 points and Sandi Gerace added 10 for Kenmore West in a 44-35 win over Niagara-Wheatfield. . . . Felisa Brown had 24 points and Maria Atti added 22 as undefeated Kenmore East beat Niagara Falls, 60-32.
Niagara-Orleans League: Jamie Feagin scored a school-record 34 points as Wilson beat Barker, 47-37. . . . Sara DeVoe had 20 points as Newfane overcame a four-point halftime deficit to beat Starpoint, 47-39. . . . Michelle Roth made a three-pointer and Sam Poodry and Kim Rehwaldt each made a free throw in the final 25 seconds of overtime as Akron beat Roy-Hart, 63-60.
Msgr. Martin Association: Lisa Krollman had 18 points and 10 rebounds as Mount St. Mary beat Niagara Catholic, 42-35. Katie Curtis had 13 for the Rapideers. . . . Megan Bogdan had 14 points and Jamie Donnelly added 13 points with six assists and eight steals as undefeated Holy Angels handled Villa Maria, 62-32. The Angels held Villa to nine first-half points.
CCIAC I: Meghan Himelein had 18 points for Gowanda in a 49-45 win over Allegany-Limestone. . . . Olean got 12 points from Katie Estes as it improved to 9-0 in the league with a 58-36 win over Fredonia.
CCIAC II: Kay Martin had 21 points and Kim Puleo added 13 as No. 9 small school Cassadaga Valley beat Westfield, 58-28.
CCIAC III: Sherman (14-2, 10-0) kept its unbeaten streak in the league alive with a 39-34 win over Pine Valley. . . . Ashley Kulju had 11 points and Christynne Papincak had 10 for Maple Grove in a 40-29 win over Brocton.
Canisius Cup: Senior forward Dionne Turnage scored 35 points to suprass 1,000 in her career as Traditional beat Bennett, 80-52. Turnage also had 13 rebounds while Germany Jackson added 20 points. . . . Freshman Mary Martinez had 23 points, with five three-pointers as Seneca beat Grover Cleveland, 51-42. Martinez was coming off a school-record seven three-pointers on Wednesday against Buffalo Arts. Jamie Glover added 17 for the Indians. Tameka Cornelius paced the Presidents with 19. . . . Ashley Deas (22), Fatisha Moore (13) and Shanika Johnson (10) were in double figures for Lafayette in a 61-20 victory over Riverside. . . . Tracy Garner scored 12 of her 16 points in the fourth quarter and had nine steals as City Honors beat Emerson, 50-36. Celia Matias added 12 for the winners while Sam Thomas netted 14 for Emerson. . . . Melanie Pohancsek had 28 points an 14 rebounds as Buffalo Arts earned its third win in a row, beating winless South Park, 52-43. Melody Jones added 13 points for the Cavs. . . . Erica Miner had 17 points and 16 rebounds as Hutch-Tech won its eighth league game in a row beating McKinley, 57-38. Tamika Neal added 10 for Tech. Courtney Collins had 17 for the Macks.
NFCAA: Tiffany Shantz had 31 points for Amherst Christian in a 48-47 win over Victory Christian.
Non-league: Christina Mantione had 11 points for West Seneca Christian in a 40-38 win over Northstar.