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The Kenmore West and North Tonawanda girls finished the Niagara Frontier League regular season in style by knocking off ranked teams Thursday night.

Sophomore Laurie Hutten scored the last six points of the game, including a layup with 15 seconds left, as Kenmore West upset No. 6 large school Grand Island, 48-47. Jean Mayfield led the Blue Devils, winners of eight of their last nine, with 15 points.

Meanwhile, freshman Katie Miranto made three free throws with nine seconds left to give North Tonawanda a 54-52 victory over co-No. 4 small school Nichols. Erin Strassburg had 18 for the Jacks.

Niagara-Orleans: Jamie Feagin had 10 points to set the school record for most points in a season as Wilson defeated Newfane, 41-31, to clinch the league title for the second year in a row. The previous record was 258 by Meg Thompson (1986). . . Brandi Bossinger had 14 points as Akron beat Albion, 36-30. . . . Ashley Powley tallied 13 points and 18 rebounds as Starpoint held off Medina, 49-45. . . Jenni Wells scored 18 points as Barker edged Roy-Hart, 53-51.

CCIAC I: Katie Estes scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as division champion Olean beat Allegany-Limestone, 54-31.

CCIAC II: Chelsey Cummings had 18 points for Chautauqua Lake in a 43-33 win over Silver Creek. . . . Megan Jones netted 22 points for Randolph in a 45-40 win over Westfield.

CCIAC III: Megan Damcott had 21 points and 20 rebounds as division champion Sherman (18-2, 14-0) beat Maple Grove, 54-36.

Cattaraugus III: Alicia Smith scored 20 points as Ellicottville beat North Collins, 49-38.

Msgr. Martin Association: Ann O'Connor had 12 points and Musu Jackson-Buckner added 10 for Buffalo Seminary in a 41-26 victory over Turner/Carroll.

Canisius Cup: Tracy Gardner notched 16 points as City Honors beat da Vinci, 34-29.

Eastern Schools/Deaf Tourney: Shaneice Doyle had 10 points for St. Mary's in a 30-18 loss to Austine, Vt., in the quarterfinals.

IAC: Park spoiled Christian Central's bid for an undefeated regular season in a 61-57 victory. Theresa Leed led Park with 23 points, including five threes. Tawan Slaughter had 33 points for CCA giving her a career 2,095. Slaughter is within 24 points of Angela Tylec of Niagara-Wheatfield, the No. 2 all-time leading scorer in Western New York.

Boys basketball

Niagara Frontier League: Mike Miranto had 28 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds as North Tonawanda edged Nichols, 73-72. . . . John Steele had 14 points for Grand Island in a 47-31 win over Kenmore West.

Niagara-Orleans League: Jon Plail netted 21 points as champion Starpoint edged Medina, 70-68. . . . Ron Johnson led Barker with 23 points in a 74-52 win over Roy-Hart. . . . Joel Feagin's 20 points led Wilson to a 62-47 win over Newfane. . . . Dave Scott had 18 points for Albion in a 52-47 win over Akron.

ECIC I: Jimmy Dominkewicz had 28 points as Orchard Park beat Frontier, 66-47. The Falcons' Steve Smith drew his 16th charge of the season to break a school record. . . . Adam Zoeller scored 28 points for Hamburg in a 76-63 win over Clarence.

ECIC II: Justin Konst had a school-record 10 steals and Jeremy Konst had a school-record 14 assists as division champion Williamsville East beat Pioneer, 103-62. . . . Reggie Burgin had 13 points and John Ross had 14 rebounds for Sweet Home in a 54-33 win over West Seneca East. . . . Andy Carter had 20 points as Williamsville South beat Lake Shore, 75-41.

ECIC III: Chris Duff scored 11 of his 17 points in the fourth quarter, including two free throws with three seconds left, as Tonawanda surprised Iroquois, 56-53. The league loss was the first for the Chiefs on their home floor since 1997. . . . Rob Hartzell had 18 points for Maryvale in a 63-57 win over Cheektowaga.

ECIC IV: JFK jumped out to a 65-29 lead after the first quarter and beat Holland, 65-29. Bill Battaglia had 17 points and Rayshawn Bolden added 16 with 15 rebounds for the Bears. . . . Antwon Burton had 17 points and 24 rebounds as Cleveland Hill beat Eden, 66-56. . . . David Mallon and Ben Pergament combined for 28 points as East Aurora beat Alden, 67-50.

Non-league: Jeff McMahon scored his school record 1,190th point as Portville beat Franklinville, 60-50. . . . Matthew Clingersmith had 21 points as Niagara Catholic beat Lackawanna, 61-43. . . . Brandon Wyatt had 16 points and Matt Erlandson added 15 points with 12 rebounds as Ellicottville beat Otto-Eldred, 72-29.

IAC semifinals: Dominic Currie-Bishop had 16 points as Park beat St. Mary's School for the Deaf, 61-46. . . . Vilius Raulus had 23 points as Christian Central advanced, 52-43, over West Seneca Christian.

Boys hockey

Federation quarterfinals: Mike Cohen had a goal and an assist and Billy Loncar had 17 saves as Williamsville North blanked Canisius, 4-0. . . . Tim Kennedy had two goals and an assist to lead Timon/St. Jude over Amherst, 7-3.

Girls hockey

Nichols completed an undefeated regular season by beating Havergal (Toronto), 3-1. The win gave the Big Green (19-0-2) the regular season title of the Canadian Independent Schools Athletic Association. Nichols also won the Empire League title for the third year in a row. Whitney Carbone, who has signed a national letter of intent for St. Lawrence University, to date has a school record 43 goals and 26 assists.

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