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Maryvale's Brian Koscielniak hit a three-pointer at the buzzer to lift the Flyers to a thrilling 64-62 win over JFK in the championship game of the Maryvale Tournament on Wednesday night.

Koscielniak had 31 points for Maryvale (5-1). Jesse Swanson led the Bears (5-2) with 19 points.

In the consolation game, St. Mary's of Lancaster rallied in the second half to upend O'Hara, 69-58. Steve Jarmuz had 18 points and 10 rebounds for St. Mary's. Carl Erickson led O'Hara with 15 points.

Amherst Holiday Tournament: Tournament MVP Jeremy Konst scored 24 points and had seven assists and 6-5 junior Kevin Roche had 17 points while running his free-throw streak to a school record 22 as Williamsville East walked off with the championship, 60-46, over Newfane. Roche, an all-tournament selection, made all seven of his foul shots in the championship game after going 14 of 14 in the first round. Aaron Otto led Newfane with 23 points and 16 rebounds.

Clarence Boosters Tournament: MVP Tom Swart had 16 points and Mike Meagher added 15 in Clarence's 62-25 win over Williamsville North to take the title. Sean Murphy had 10 points for the Spartans.

Coaches vs. Cancer Classic: Fairport won the championship with a 74-45 win over Sweet Home at the University of Rochester. Brian Boswell of the Panthers had 17 points and was an all-tournament selection. In the consolation round, Spencerport hit two free throws in the final seconds to edge Lockport, 58-57. T.J. Davis scored 26 for the Lions in a losing cause.

Fredonia Boosters Tournament: David Zinni had 21 points and Reed Passafaro added 20 in Fredonia's 70-64 win over Riverside. In the other first-round game, Mark Ward had 19 of his 22 points in the second half in Williamsville South's 73-67 win over Lewiston-Porter.

Hamburg Sun Tournament: Frontier's John Johnson scored 24 points in a 70-60 win over Lake Shore in the consolation game.

Holley Tournament: Albion won its third straight Holley title, beating Kendall, 46-43. Karl Rowcliffe had 18 points and Bruce Rowcliffe added 15 for the Purple Eagles.

IABBO Tournament: A battle of unbeatens turned into a one-sided contest in the second half, as Olean defeated Portville, 66-44, in the Division II championship at St. Bonaventure. The Huskies only led, 28-21, at the half. Olean (8-0) had four players in double figures, including John Wilson (17 points, 15 rebounds) and Aaron Kiffer (12 points, 10 assists). Brian Blask had 14 points for the Panthers (9-1).

Jeff Taggert Tournament: Joe Zera led Canisius with 18 points in a 66-32 win over Springville in a first-round game. Host Lackawanna thumped Emerson, 73-40, as Terence Anderson had 23 points and Richard Abrams added 22 for the Steelers.

McDowell (Pa.) Tournament: Niagara Falls claimed third place through a 75-38 win over Glendale. Jeff Street paced the Power Cats with 20 points and 12 rebounds, while Julius Barnes had 19 points on 9 of 17 shooting and 12 rebounds. Niagara Falls (6-1) had a 26-4 run in the third quarter.

Silver Creek Tournament: Silver Creek knocked off Forestville, 58-51, in the championship game. The Black Knights received 12 points each from Chris Bird and Chris Mays, and 10 from Bill Bender (MVP) and Erik Strezempka. A 21-4 third quarter powered North Collins to a 60-29 win over Brocton in the consolation game. Brett Walentynowicz had 18 points and 8 assists for the 5-2 Eagles.

Timon Tournament: The Tigers won their own tournament, upending Seneca, 91-54. Corey Herring had 29 points and 13 rebounds for the Tigers. Duriel Price led Hutch-Tech over Lancaster, 49-43, in the third-place game. Price had 16 points.

Non-league: St. Joe's hit the century mark in romping past Tonawanda, 100-45. The Marauders were led by Jeff Milkowski's 30 points, including 26 in the first half.

Girls Basketball

Bank of Holland Tournament: Holland captured the title with a 42-35 win over North Collins. Julie Poplewski hit a pair of three-pointers late in the game to seal the win for Holland, which improved to 5-1. In the consolation game, Cheektowaga's Lisa Wittman had 25 points and 14 rebounds in a 52-37 win over Lackawanna.

Hamburg Sun Tournament: Immaculata took third place in its first appearance in this competition, beating Hamburg, 39-28. Jeanine Funnell led the Bears with 11 points.

IABBO Tournament: Olean took its first lead with about two minutes left and squeaked out a 37-36 victory over Pine Valley in the title game. Erin Lee's 17 rebounds helped Olean come back from a 20-14 halftime deficit. Allegany-Limestone edged Portville, 47-46, for third place as Jenn MacNeill had 12 points. Logan Hedzicki had 20 points and nine rebounds for Portville.

Lady Quaker Tournament: Clarence improved to 7-0 with an easy 64-34 win over Amherst. Katie MacFarlane had 33 points on 15-of-21 shooting to pace the Red Devils. In the other game, Lynn Buehlmann's 29 points helped Orchard Park cruise past Medina, 73-27.

Lady Wildcat Tournament: Depew captured the title with a 83-31 romp over Villa Maria. The Wildcats' Jen Feher was the MVP after scoring 16 points. In the consolation game, Lancaster's Nicole Lucie had 16 points and five steals in a 55-19 romp over Cleveland Hill.

Livonia Tournament: Williamsville East (4-2) lost a first-round game to unbeaten Bloomfield (6-0), 82-44. Adrienne Roseti had 21 points and 12 rebounds for the Flames. Bloomfield won the state championship last season.

Matt Colpoys Tournament: Powerful Kenmore East (third-ranked in Class A in the state) crushed Mt. St. Mary's, 75-27. Felisa Brown had 15 of her 18 points in the first half, when the Bulldogs took a 41-11 lead. In the other game, Kenmore West held Buffalo Seminary to only two points in the third quarter during a 61-38 win. Jamie Gerace had 16 points for the Blue Devils, while Chelsea Robertson chipped in with 10. Katherine Ragusa led Seminary with 12 points.

Roy-Hart Tournament: Barker stayed unbeaten (6-0) by knocking off host Roy-Hart, 47-35. The Raiders' Lizz Costello was the MVP, while Tyhanna Wilson added 14 points and Brandy Hyde had 10 rebounds.

Sweet Home Tournament: Tournament MVP Sally Shuster had nine assists and nine points in helping Sacred Heart to the championship, 49-46, over the host Panthers. Megan Kist added 13 points and Samantha Miller had 11 rebounds for Sacred Heart. In the consolation game, LaSalle needed overtime to beat Tonawanda, 59-57. Chonita Palmer of the Explorers had 25 points to lead all scorers.

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