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Two players surpassed the 1,000-point barrier in the same game as No. 4 small school Depew beat Springville, 56-43, in ECIC III girls basketball action Friday night.

Depew's Cheryl Hoch had a game-high 27 -- including four three-pointers -- to surpass the milestone. Then Springville's Jordan Baker achieved the same feat, totaling 15 points and 17 rebounds.

Jen Fehr contributed 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Wildcats (12-3), who are 8-1 in league play.

In other ECIC III games, Valerie Elberson scored 13 of her game-high 19 points in the first half and Krista Wierzbicki had 10 assists to lead Maryvale's 71-32 win over Amherst. Molly Dempsey scored 17 for the Tigers.

ECIC I: Holly Betti scored four of her six points in overtime as No. 4 large school West Seneca West edged host No. 9 large school Williamsville North, 46-43. Dana Raszeja had 11 points while Kelly Grisanti had 10 points and 13 rebounds for the Indians. Chrissy Baum had 12 points for the Spartans. . . . Jamestown got 17 points and eight rebounds from Allison Sudol in a 48-38 win over Orchard Park. Diana Riker scored 10 for the Quakers. . . . Nicole Olszewski scored 15 of her 20 points in the first quarter as Lancaster downed Hamburg, 45-28.

ECIC II: Jill Abram had 14 points while Lindsey Ferrington and Rachel Hicks added 11 apiece as No. 7 large school Pioneer upended No. 5 Williamsville East, 56-46. Mary Tyrrell added 10 points while Amanda Neamon grabbed seven rebounds for the Panthers. Lindsay Brent led the Flames with 18 points while Emily Skinner added 13. . . . Katie MacFarlane scored 26 of her 34 points in the first half as No. 2 large school Clarence routed Williamsville South, 72-30. . . . Rachel Galenda scored 17 points and Laura Kwiatkowski added 16 as Lake Shore routed West Seneca East, 68-32.

ECIC IV: Katie Paradise recorded her seventh triple-double of the season (26 points, 19 rebounds, 10 steals) while Molly Aungst and Jana Miller each added 12 points as East Aurora thumped JFK, 66-34. Andrea Deuser led JFK with 14 points. . . . Teria Wright scored a game-high 17 points while Martice Jones pitched in 10 to lead Lackawanna to a 41-33 defeat of Eden. . . . Shellie Martin scored 11 points while Dawn Coppola and Laura Kozub added 10 each as Alden trounced Cleveland Hill, 58-22.

Msgr. Martin Assn: Jessica Sun had 19 points and nine assists, while Jackie Roland had 10 points and seven steals to lead Mount St. Mary's over Villa Maria, 70-51. Jill Pienkowski scored 19 points for Villa Maria. . . . Tracy Travis (14 rebounds) had 8 of her 14 points in the third quarter as Immaculata rallied to beat St. Mary's of Lancaster, 56-47. Amy Bushen led Immaculata with 18 points, while Mary Helak scored 13 for St. Mary's. . . . Megan Kirst scored 15 points and Michelle Barnas added 12 to lead Sacred Heart over Niagara Catholic, 81-25.

Niagara Frontier: Sara Campos had 13 points, seven steals and seven rebounds to lead Nichols to a big win over No. 8 large school Niagara-Wheatfield, 55-28. Rachel Heckl added nine points and 11 rebounds for the Vikings, who led at halftime, 39-13. . . . Jade Fleming led the way with 20 points while Felisa Brown added 14 as No. 1 large school Kenmore East beat Niagara Falls, 73-27. Faith Thompson led winless Niagara Falls with 11 points. . . . Allison Depp scored 28 points and Lockport used a 23-8 third quarter to propel the No. 10 large school to a 61-42 defeat of Grand Island. Amy O'Byrne added 19 points for the Lions; Jessica Fabin had 17 points for Grand Island. . . . Valerie Arnone racked up 23 points on 10-of-12 shooting and grabbed 30 rebounds as Kenmore West beat LaSalle, 67-58. Chonita Palmer's 24 points led LaSalle. . . . Jenny Dannecker scored 17 points, Katie Kotaska had 16 and Bridget Murphy added 14 as No. 1 small school Holy Angels overwhelmed winless Turner/Carroll, 64-8.

CCIAC I: Katie Estes (12 rebounds), Angie Waldron and Sara Kahm (four steals) each scored 10 points as host Olean used a big second half to hand No. 2 small school Fredonia its first loss of the season, 51-42. Jen Stuczynski had a game-high 19 points for Fredonia, which was tied with Olean at halftime, 26-26.

CCIAC II: Sunnea John's two free throws with five seconds left lifted Silver Creek past Westfield, 43-41. John had a game-high 25 points; Amanda Harrington (13 points) had tied the game for Westfield with a three-pointer with 11 seconds left. . . . Kay Martin scored 21 points and Chelsey Marsh added 19 as Cassadaga Valley improved to 11-2 with a 46-38 win at Chautauqua Lake. Ginger Kincaid had 11 points for Chautauqua Lake.

CCIAC III: Holly Erick had 21 points as Brocton blasted Forestville, 57-17. . . . Julie Irwin scored 21 points as No. 8 small school Sherman clipped Clymer, 46-39. Ivy Neal contributed 13 points and 13 rebounds for the Wildcats; Corine Bayle had 13 rebounds for the Pirates.

Niagara-Orleans: Starpoint limited Albion to one field goal in the second half as Dana Montazzoli led the way with 12 points in the Spartans' 49-23 victory. . . . Tyhanna Wilson collected 20 points and 18 rebounds while Misty Dennis and Jenny Wells each had five steals as Barker defeated Medina, 51-44. Ingrid Griffith led Medina with 12 points. . . . Jamie Feagin had 13 points and 16 rebounds while Kristen Curry had seven points and seven reboundsin Wilson's 50-26 rout of Akron. . . . Newfane's Lynn Workman had 12 points while teammate Kim Whitefield had 14 rebounds in a 43-33 defeat of Roy-Hart.

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