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FLAMES' KONST NETS 24 <br> IN WIN OVER PIONEER

Jeremy Konst returned to the Williamsville East lineup with a vengeance on Thursday night scoring 24 points and handing out eight assists in the Flames' 68-46 ECIC II win over Pioneer.

The junior point guard missed the past seven games after breaking his ankle in gym class. East went 0-7 with Konst sidelined. Mark Thompson had 14 rebounds to go with 11 points for the Flames. Konst's twin bother, Justin, is still out with a broken wrist he suffered in the first Pioneer game.

Elsewhere in ECIC II: No. 8 large school Sweet Home improved to 8-0 in the league with a 66-58 win over Clarence. Bryan Boswell had 26 points and Reggie Burgin 22 for the Panthers. Tom Swart had 19 points for the Red Devils.

ECIC I: Mike Flynn scored on a driving layup at the buzzer as West Seneca West beat Hamburg, 76-74, in overtime. Mike Anderson led the Indians with 24 points and Flynn finished with 21. Jay Nuncio had 17 points for the Bulldogs. . . . Jamie Shirey had 28 points and 10 rebounds to lead Jamestown over Frontier, 76-55.

ECIC III: Sean Kenny (32 points) made a pair of free throws inside two minutes to give Tonawanda its first lead in a 59-52 win over Springville. The Warriors were 18 of 22 from the line. . . . Larry Maroney had 17 points, 12 rebounds and Jacob Steck added 11 points and 10 boards as No. 4 large school Iroquois beat Amherst, 81-54. James Metzler led the Tigers with 14 points. . . . Chris Kensy hit a three-pointer with 1:21 which gave Maryvale the lead for good in a 73-67 win over Cheektowaga. Ryan Mohr had 17 points and Rob Hartzell added 13, including a three-pointer with 28 seconds left. Adam Somogye led the Warriors with 18.

ECIC IV: Lackawanna outscored Alden by 22 points in the second half on its way to a 54-40 win. Richards Abrams had 23 points for the Steelers while Jason Meyers had 12 for the Bulldogs.

CCIAC I: Jon Wilson had 20 points, 15 rebounds and four assists for No. 7 large school Olean in a 65-51 win over Gowanda. . . . Justin Miller had 24 points and Jason Burch 19 for No. 4 small school Southwestern in an 87-65 victory over Dunkirk. Shawn Wilmot had 17 points for the Marauders.

CCIAC II: Chris Mays (14) was one of five scorers in double figures as Silver Creek beat Randolph, 69-47. Adam Palmer had 15 points for Randolph. . . . Cassadaga Valley scored 23 points in fourth quarter on its way to beating Frewsburg, 53-41. Greg Hopkins scored nine of his 23 points in the fourth.

CCIAC III: Sherman (13-0, 7-0) rolled on, downing Clymer, 67-43. Josh Courtney had 20 points and 13 rebounds for the Wildcats. Clymer got 13 points from Matt Pelc. . . . Todd Paschen and Jason Wass had 14 points each for Salamanca in a 50-39 triumph over Chautauqua Lake. . . . Jared Farnham had 18 points as Pine Valley beat Brocton, 45-25.

Cattaraugus III: Brandon Wyatt had 19 points and Justin Scharf 16 for Ellicottville in a 75-60 win over North Collins. Frank Weidright (16) led the Eagles.

Non-league: Terry Moton had 22 points for Lafayette in a 58-55 win over Christian Central.

IAC: Dominic Currie-Bishop erupted for 36 points as Park (14-1) bounced back from its first loss on Tuesday to beat Gow, 81-35. Freshman Jeremy Richardson added 18 points, 15 rebounds and eight blocks.

Msgr. Martin Association: No. 1 large school Timon/St. Jude (13-1) will try to avenge its only loss of the season tonight when the Tigers host St. Joe's (11-4) at 7:30 p.m. The Marauders beat Timon, 76-62, in overtime on Jan. 11.

Girls

Non-league: Senior Logan Hadzicki scored 21 points to surpass 1,000 in Portville's 68-18 victory over Bolivar-Richburg.

Niagara Frontier League: Rosie Ganschow made two free throws with 5 seconds left and finished with 23 points, 10 rebounds and seven steals as North Tonawanda beat Lew-Port, 67-66.

Msgr. Martin Association: Christine Roth had 21 points and Clare Crowley 16 as Mt. Mercy downed Buffalo Seminary, 64-48.

Cattaraugus III: Jessica Golley had 21 points, including the winning free throws, as Little Valley edged Walsh, 42-40.

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