Bryan Boswell scored 30 points to pass the 1,000-point mark and lead Sweet Home past Pioneer, 76-53, Thursday night in ECIC II boys basketball action.
Boswell - who also handed out 12 assists - now stands at 1,021 career points. Reggie Burgin added 25 points for the Panthers (6-8), who improved to 6-2 in league play. Chad Armstrong led Pioneer with 23.
In other ECIC II games, Justin Konst hit five three-pointers on his way to 21 points and twin brother Jeremy added 16 points in No. 5 large school Williamsville East's 89-68 rout of West Seneca West. Kevin Roche added 16 points and Mark Thompson had 12 for East, which led, 27-10, after one quarter. Adam Gioia's 15 points led the Indians. . . . Justin Fladd's 23 points helped Lake Shore hammer West Seneca East, 66-44.
ECIC I: Jimmy Dominkewicz hit four three-pointers and all 10 of his free-throw attempts on his way to a 40-point effort as Orchard Park (10-5, 7-1) ripped Clarence, 92-68. Sean O'Bryan added 19 points for the Quakers. . . . Jamie Shirey (21 points) and Chad Wiedenhofer (16) kept No. 3 large school Jamestown (16-1, 9-0) rolling with a 66-43 victory over Frontier. . . . Adam Zoeller scored 25 points while Shay Nelson had all eight of his points in the last four minutes to ensure Hamburg's 62-53 home win over Lancaster. Jacob Nuncio added 12 points for Hamburg while Dan Gill (16 points) and Eric Fenar (15) led the Redskins.
ECIC III: Jon Jimenez had 24 points and 10 rebounds while Jon Jarnot had 14 as Iroquois moved to 11-2 and 8-0 in league play with a 66-55 win at Maryvale. . . . Nick Lorich (19 points) and Steve Masich (18) led Tonawanda to a 72-55 win at Springville. . . . Stan Howard (17 points) and Amir Shareef (13) helped Amherst upend Cheektowaga, 60-57.
ECIC IV: No. 3 small school East Aurora improved to 9-0 in league play with a 59-42 win over Eden as Ryan Smith tossed in 16 points and David Mallon 14 for the winners. Brian Bihl paced the Raiders with 18. . . . No. 5 small school Lackawanna (11-4, 8-1) blew open a close game in the fourth quarter to beat Holland, 53-41, behind 17 points from Richard Abrams and 14 from Ray Braxton. . . . Bill Battaglia had 16 points and Steve Woods had 15 to lead JFK to a 68-62 win over Alden.
CCIAC I: Eric Stomieroski's two free throws with 2.2 seconds left in overtime sewed up Olean's 62-59 victory over No. 4 small school Fredonia, which suffered its first league loss. The Huskies, who were led by Rick Slevinski (20 points) and Mike Ulasewicz (19) - survived Jonathan Bienko's buzzer-beating shot that sent the game to overtime. Bienko led the Hillbillies with 16 points. . . . Tony LeRoy and Nathan Bergmann each scored nine points in Gowanda's 46-44 victory at Allegany-Limestone. . . . Shawn Wilmot knocked down 20 points and Jared Porpiglia had 11 rebounds and five steals to go with his six points in leading Dunkirk to a 54-34 win over Falconer.
CCIAC II: Dustin Ross scored 24 as No. 6 small school Salamanca (15-1, 9-1) hit 15 of 17 fourth-quarter free throws to rally from an 11-point deficit and beat Frewsburg, 71-63. . . . Calvin McCoy had 12 points and 16 rebounds as Randolph beat Westfield, 49-37. Nate Sanzo had 10 points, 12 rebounds and 10 blocks for the Wolverines. . . . Tommy Thompson and Chris Hopkins each scored 15 points for Cassadaga Valley, which hit 5 of 6 free throws down the stretch in a 49-45 win over Chautauqua Lake. . . . Ryan Mangano had 20 points in Silver Creek's 66-49 win over Cattaraugus-Little Valley.
IAC: Dominic Currie-Bishop had 33 points, six steals and five assists as Park pounded West Seneca Christian, 71-50. Jeremy Richardson added 16 for Park. . . . Erik Sukiennik's 22 points and 16 rebounds lifted St. Mary's School for the Deaf to a 62-54 win over Gow.
Non-league: Bryan Bollman had 13 points and 11 rebounds while Kyle Golombek and Brian Wojcik each scored 11 as St. Mary's of Lancaster beat Depew, 64-57. Adam Kraft scored 24 for Depew.
ECIC I: Miko Daluisio hit 6 of 9 three-pointers in a 24-point night as Lancaster beat Williamsville North, 58-47.
Canisius Cup: Tamika Cornelius scored 19 points and grabbed 20 rebounds as Grover Cleveland topped McKinley, 54-40. . . . Ashley Deas (23 points) and Shanika Johnson (13) led Lafayette's 53-31 win over da Vinci.
NFCAA: Tawan Slaughter had 41 points and eight steals as Christian Central improved to 12-0 with a 68-23 rout of Charles Finney.
Non-league: Kenmore West used 14 points from Laurie Hutton to hold off Orchard Park, 44-35.