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STARPOINT HANDS PARK SCHOOL ITS FIRST LOSS

Starpoint put an end to Park's season-long winning streak Tuesday, beating the Pioneers, 58-51.

The loss drops Park, ranked No. 2 in the state in Class D and No. 3 among Western New York small schools, to 13-1. It was Park's second game without leading scorer Jason Hargrove, who sprained his ankle Jan. 7 against St. Mary's of Lancaster.

Jason Kroening led the Spartans with 24 points and 12 rebounds. Dominic Currie-Bishop led Park with 21 points.

Non-league: St. Joe's sophomore Kevin Pope stole an inbounds pass with two seconds left and hung on as the Marauders edged Lockport, 63-61. Jeff Milkowski had 19 points and eight rebounds and Chris Heller added 15 points and 10 rebounds for Joe's. . . . . Chris Robey had 18 points for Kenmore East in a 62-39 win over Tonawanda. . . . Jay Speroni had 17 points and Jon Wilson 16 as No. 7 large school Olean beat Pioneer, 88-56. . . . Jeff McMahon had 17 points as No. 7 small school Portville (14-1) beat Allegany-Limestone, 64-51. . . . No. 9 small school JFK survived seven three-pointers from Roy-Hart's Todd Prynn in a 73-54 win. Derek Mapps had 20 points for JFK. Prynn had 35. . . . R.J. James had 13 points for Jamestown in a 55-41 win over Bradford, Pa.

Msgr. Martin Association: Julius Page had 31 points as Turner/Carroll ran over Niagara Catholic, 102-64.

ECIC Interdivision: Emil DeVincentis had 16 points as Depew beat rival Lancaster for the second time this season, 47-37..

Niagara-Orleans: Jamie Ward had 18 points to lead Newfane past Barker, 63-33.

IAC: Erik Sukiennik had 17 points as St. Mary's School for the Deaf beat Gow, 63-42.

NFCAA: Ron Thorington scored 24 points for Charles Finney in a 64-46 win over Gowanda Christian.

Girls basketball

Niagara Frontier League: Rachel Pitkin (13), Felisa Brown (12) and Mary Beth Owczarzak (11) were in double figures for No. 1 large school Kenmore East in its 59-36 win over Kenmore West. . . . Jessica Fabin had 12 points for Grand Island in a 38-35 decision over No. 8 large school Niagara-Wheatfield.

ECIC: Hamburg picked up its first league win, beating Lancaster, 42-25. . . . Lindsay Brent had 19 points as co-No. 5 large school Williamsville East beat Sweet Home, 56-34 . . . Lindsay Neuhaus had 13 points for Tonawanda in a 42-32 win over Amherst.

Niagara-Orleans: Ciara Boice (14) and Ingrid Griffith (12) led Medina over Barker, 46-37.

Non-league: Michelle Capen hit her first three-pointer of the year with 12 seconds left to help Newfane beat Lew-Port, 52-51. . . . Sarah Anderson had 27 points as Walsh beat Houghton Academy, 49-46. . . . Emily Udertz canned a three-pointer in the fourth quarter that gave Wilson the lead for good in its 31-28 victory over Hutch-Tech. . . . Stefany Blackwelll and Katie Estes scored 13 points each to lead Olean over Cuba-Rushford, 71-38.

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