Turner/Carroll may have been hospitable off the court as host of this weekend's Holiday Classic, but on the court, the Chargers showed no mercy to their out-of-town guests.
Ka'Ron Barnes poured in 32 points as Turner/Carroll dismantled M.M. Robinson of Ontario, 90-59. Combined with Friday's 94-56 win over Berkshire, Turner outscored its opponents, 184-115, in the tournament.
Tournament MVP Julius Page added 15 points and 12 rebounds for the Chargers (7-1), who actually trailed, 19-17, after one quarter.
In the tournament's other games, Berkshire dumped Bennett, 86-68, despite 31 points, 13 rebounds and 10 steals from Kharmen Winguard. Berkshire outscored the Tigers, 58-19, in the paint.
It took overtime for Governor Simcoe (Ont.) to nip Riverside, 92-91. Riverside's Karl Rainey scored 36 points and finished 19 of 22 from the free-throw line. Luke Jankovic scored 25 points for Simcoe (13-3).
Non-league: St. Mary's of Lancaster downed Olean Walsh, 54-45, behind Aaron Sypnewski's 12 points. Mike Fatty and Steve Jarmuz added 11 points each. . . . Brian Ferris scored 23 points while Aaron Turner added 13 rebounds as St. Francis beat Mercyhurst, 47-31. . . . Cardinal Leger (Ont.) defeated O'Hara, 63-46. Michael Lamina led the Hawks with 16 points.
ECIC II: Jen Dunford's short jumper with eight seconds left lifted West Seneca East to a 34-33 win over Williamsville South. The Trojans' Andrea Laux led all scorers with 15 points.
Immaculata Tournament: Jen O'Neil scored 17 points as Buffalo Seminary beat Immaculata, 51-37, for the championship. Katherine Johnson and Katherine Ragusa added 13 and 11 points, respectively. In the consolation, North Collins edged West Seneca Christian, 39-29. Kelin Lipowicz led the winners with 13 points.
Park Tournament: Villa Maria used a stifling defense and 15 points from tournament MVP Jill Pienkowski to breeze past Cheektowaga in the final, 43-23.
In the consolation, Jamie Gallagher scored a game-high 19 points as JFK crushed host Park School, 59-10.
Ellicottville Tournament: Tiffany Butcher and Vanessa Bratigan each scored 12 points as Pine Valley defeated the hosts, 55-30, to win the championship.
Non-league: Marybeth Caruso scored 12 points, pulled down 14 rebounds and added six steals as St. Mary's of Lancaster cruised by Cleveland Hill, 52-28. Danielle McKenna led Cleveland Hill with 13. . . . Kenmore East's Mary Beth Owczarzak had 15 points, seven assists and seven steals in the Bulldogs' 58-39 win over Williamsville East.