Clarence's Katie MacFarlane surpassed 1,000 points, netting 34 against Sweet Home in a 70-39 victory Tuesday in an ECIC II game.
The returning first-team All-Western New York pick brought her total to 1,007 points and had 13 rebounds and five steals as the Red Devils ran their record to 6-0. Jennifer Malinowski added 15 points for Clarence.
Charlyn Conner led the Panthers with 14.
Elsewhere, Adrienne Roseti and Lindsey Brent combined for 27 points in Williamsville East's 49-41 victory over Lake Shore. Rachel Galenda had 21 points for the losers.
ECIC I: Lindsey Sudol and Amanda Rice canned free throws in the final 30 seconds as Jamestown handed West Seneca West its first loss, 46-43. Allison Sudol had 16 points and Rice grabbed 11 rebounds for the Red Raiders. After dropping its first two games in its own tipoff tournament, Jamestown has won its last five. Kelly Gawronski led the Indians with 14 points.
Tessa DiBenedetto had 14 points and 11 assists as Williamsville North beat Orchard Park, 67-47. Chrissy Baum also had 14 for the Spartans. Karli Couchman led the Quakers with 13.
Nicole Olszewski pumped in 20 points and pulled down 10 rebounds and Molly Schrantz added 13 points and 15 rebounds to lead Lancaster past Frontier, 60-47. Andrea Smith was high for Frontier with 15.
ECIC III: Eva Cunningham tossed in 18 points and had seven steals to lead Iroquois past Amherst, 60-19. The Tigers were held to 10 points in the final three quarters.
Senior Jen Feher scored 22 points as Depew improved to 4-0 in the league with a 64-23 verdict over Tonawanda. Cheryl Hoch added 13 points for the Wildcats.
ECIC IV: Katie Paradise had 30 points and 10 rebounds as East Aurora handled Alden, 48-30. Janna Miller added 11 for the Blue Devils.
Leanne Gedraitis had 11 points to lead Holland to a 49-20 win over Lackawanna. Teria Wright led the Steelers with 17 points.
Msgr. Martin Association: Christine Roth had 19 points and Clare Crowley added 11 as Mount Mercy beat Villa Maria, 51-41, in the league opener for both schools. Jill Pienkowski (19) and Christine Comisso (10) led the Bears, who closed within five points in the third quarter.
Newfane Tournament: Kim Whitefield had 13 points and 12 rebounds and Lynn Workman had 12 points as Newfane advanced with a 51-37 win over Niagara Falls. Faith Thompson led the Power Cats with 11.
Tiffany Walton had 19 points and eight rebounds, and Sarah Campos added 10 points and seven assists as Nichols beat Lew-Port, 49-32.
CCIAC I: Amanda Waite had 26 points and 13 rebounds as Dunkirk dominated Southwestern, 70-28.
Non-league: Scottie Rovito had 20 points and Brandi Bossinger had 10 rebounds as Akron beat Hutch-Tech, 41-23. Angel Nance led the Engineers (0-3) with 16 points.
Megan Boilore had 14 points and Sara Sturges grabbed 12 rebounds as West Seneca Christian beat Little Valley, 39-34. Jessica Golley, the returning MVP of Cattaraugus III, had 18 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks for the losing Panthers.
Val Gasbarro netted 20 points and Grand Island handled Niagara Catholic, 50-30.
Dionne Turnage had 10 points for Traditional in a 43-30 win over Wilson. Jamie Feagin led Wilson with 10 points.