Angela Tylec scored 34 points, including 19 in the third quarter, to help host Niagara-Wheatfield over Hutch-Tech, 66-38, Monday in a first round game of the Rotary Club Tournament. The unbeaten Falcons will face Lake Shore in tonight's championship.
Tracy Vanderlip scored 13 for Hutch-Tech.
Lake Shore defeated Mount Mercy, 56-43, as Katie Laettner scored 18 and took down 13 rebounds. Amy Ratchuk finished with 17 for the Mount.
Depew Tournament: Seventeen-point performances by Kimber Shelton and Jane Kobos led Cleveland Hill over Maryvale, 55-41, in the first-round. Shelton also had 14 rebounds, five steals and five blocks. Valerie Elberson's 19 points led Maryvale. Depew advanced to next Monday afternoon's championship game with a 60-51 triumph over Lancaster as sophomores Jan Feher (26 points, 15 rebounds) and Cheryl Hoch (24 points, nine rebounds) set the pace.
ECIC Interdivision: Williamsville South rolled to its sixth straight win, defeating Frontier, 49-40, behind Tiffany Courtney (14 points, 11 rebounds) and Larkin Postles (12 points, 11 rebounds).
Nonleague: Mandy Spoth and Katie MacFarlane turned in strong performances in Clarence's 47-43 triumph over Kenmore East. Spoth had 15 points and 11 boards. MacFarlane had 15 points and seven rebounds. Maria Atti of the losing Bulldogs scored 23. . . . Dawn Urbanik and Journey Gunderson scored 15 each in Maple Grove's 38-27 triumph over Dunkirk. Gunderson had 15 rebounds. . . . Westfield handed Clymer its first loss, 39-36, as Amy Truitt led the way with 14 points.
ECIC II: Depew opened a 15-point halftime lead and routed Cheektowaga, 73-46. Tim Musielak (20 points) and Anthony Piccolo (19 points, 10 rebounds) led Depew. Jim Bolzio scored 17 for Cheektowaga.
Pine Valley Tournament: Pine Valley and West Valley advanced to tonight's finals. The host Panthers defeated Little Valley, 60-47, as Justin Young led the way with 17 points. Ron Leazott's 21 led West Valley over Frewsburg, 49-48.
Nonleague: St. Francis opened with a 14-0 run in a surprising 76-48 rout of Lackawanna. Craig Austin led the Red Raiders with 20 points. . . . Don Harris and Nick Voelker helped Clarence break away from a 34-34 tie after three quarters and post a 63-46 triumph over North Tonawanda. Ten of Voelker's 15 points and nine of Harris's 13 came in the fourth quarter. Mark Nachreiner led NT with 17. . . . Tonawanda, off to its best start since 1963 at 6-0, displayed balance in defeating O'Hara, 69-57. Tom Perkovich led the Warriors with 18 points, 10 rebounds and four blocked shots. Jim Yager led O'Hara with 14. . . . . . . Durhon Robinson's 33 points led Cleveland Hill over Buffalo Arts, 67-51. Michael Scott's 18 paced Arts. . . . Carl Barnes scored 20 for City Honors in a 63-43 win over Emerson.