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Tournament Most Valuable Player Jason Cwiklinski had 22 points Saturday night to lead a strong rebounding John F. Kennedy team to a 69-46 victory over Barker in the title game of the Barker Lions Club Classic.

Cwiklinski had 10 of his points to pace JFK to a 16-6 first-quarter lead and the unbeaten Bears were ahead by 12 at halftime en route to their fourth win.

Tom Heschke scored 15 for Barker (2-2).

NFL Kickoff Invitational

Bob Fitzgibbons had 23 points and Kori Brown added 17 as Nichols overpowered Tonawanda, 92-35, in the season opener for both teams.

The Vikings, who will host Lockport in the tournament's second round Wednesday, had scoring contributions from 13 different players while keeping Tonawanda players from reaching double figures.

North Tonawanda defeated Kenmore West, 67-56, as Jason Nepokroeff scored 20 points and Traver Zayatz added 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Lumberjacks. Kevin Coad had 17 points for K-W.

Springville Tournament

Springville defeated Holland, 51-47, in the title game as Dave Peterson scored 15 points and Sam Zawistowski added 12 for the Griffins (3-0). Roger Giles totaled 17 for Holland (4-1).

Alden State Bank Tourney

MVP Dennis Frey scored 10 of his game-high 27 points in the third quarter as Akron (3-0) outscored Iroquois, 23-7, en route to a 73-55 victory over the Chiefs in the title game.

The two teams were knotted at halftime, 33-33, but Akron held Iroquois (2-2) to only 22 second-half points.

Medina Tournament

MVP Eric Shapiro scored 21 points and added 10 assists to lead Williamsville East to a 74-68 triumph over Bennett in the championship game.

Tom Baschnagel had 16 points and 10 rebounds, while Jeff March added 12 points and nine rebounds for East, which rebounded from a five-point halftime deficit. Darryl Delaney had 22 for Bennett.

Olean Walsh outscored Medina, 20-6, in the third quarter en route to a 73-41 victory over the Mustangs in the consolation game. Pat Schlosser scored 10 of his 20 and Jeromy Jones had nine of his 18 in the third quarter for Walsh (2-1), whose Pat Shane had 19 rebounds.

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