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High School Extra: Outage delays Blackwell's bid for 1,000th point

Maryvale star Ray Blackwell’s bid to become a 1,000-point career scorer for the Flyers was cut short Tuesday night by a power outage.

Blackwell, a four-year starter for coach Mark Kensy, will be stuck at 996 points for a while because Maryvale’s nonleague game against JFK was called in the third quarter. By then Blackwell had 18 points.

After a delay without lights, it was determined that the power would not be restored within a reasonable time and the game was called.

Maryvale was leading, 44-33, with 5:25 left in the third. The game will be completed at Maryvale today, resuming at 6:30 p.m.

Pope hits for 52

Devin Pope of Chautauqua Lake matched this season’s individual high for points in a game when he scored 52 Tuesday night in a 97-72 nonleague win at Panama. Pope also had eight rebounds in addition to breaking his own Chautauqua Lake record of 41 points.

Sophomore Jakob Jerebko hit a three-pointer from the right corner at the buzzer to give Lancaster a 57-55 win at Kenmore West in a nonleague game. The Legends had gained possession with 12 seconds left after the Blue Devils were called for a 5-second infraction.

Jerebko finished with 18 points and Ryan Mansell had 15 for Lancaster which will be home against first-place West Seneca West on Friday in an ECIC I game.

West Seneca West (15-0), the last undefeated boys basketball team in Western New York, rolled over rival West Seneca East, 101-67. The winners’ total broke the WSW record of 99 points in a game.

Coach Zaire Dorsey’s McKinley Macks, unranked in Western New York despite a 10-2 record, shut out Jamestown, 13-0, in the first quarter and went on to defeat the host Red Raiders, 45-37, in a defensive struggle.

McKinley was outscored 37-32 the rest of the way but held on for the victory. Emir Evans led McKinley with 11 points. Matt Hill had 10 for Jamestown.

Junior guard Mason Goodridge made two free throws with 15 seconds left to secure Springville’s 70-67 win at Cleveland Hill. Goodridge led all scorers with 28 points, including three three-pointers, Khalil Jackson and Michael Johnson had 18 each for Cleve Hill.

Jayden Dulledge scored 20 points for CSAT in a 75-64 win over Maritime Charter.

Phillips: Hat trick

Jersey Phillips was involved in all four goals with three tallies and an assist in Lancaster/Iroquois/Depew’s 4-1 victory over West Seneca/Hamburg/Eden in the WNY Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Federation game at Holiday Rinks.

Phillips, a sophomore who has 19 points (13 goals, 6 assists) in 13 games, has helped LID turn its season around after a 1-6-1 start. LID has won five of its last seven games with the losses only to FLOP (Frontier/Lancaster/Orchard Park) and the combined Monsignor Martin team.

No Mercy for MSM

Traiva Breedlove of defending Section VI girls basketball champion Our Lady of Mercy scored 29 points to lead the Rochester team to a 74-42 triumph at Mount St. Mary.

The Thunder couldn’t contain the drives to the basket by Breedlove, who is an A-student and president of her junior class, has been accepted at Brown. Jillian Fittry had 17 points and junior Lois Garlow 14 for Mount St. Mary, which trailed 34-18 at halftime against Mercy, a state semifinalist last season.

Olmsted made the trek from Buffalo to Portville Tuesday night only to fall to coach Inga Welty’s Panthers, 49-45.

Portville led, 25-19, at halftime, but the visiting Owls came on in the third quarter and trailed by only two going into the fourth quarter.

Senior Micaela Ryan of Sacred Heart scored 23 points as the Sharks defeated Nardin, 66-20 and improved to 4-0 in Monsignor Martin.

Cassidy Frank of Niagara Falls scored 18 in a 48-29 win over McKinley.

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