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CCA'S SLAUGHTER JOINS 2,000 POINT CLUB

Senior Tawan Slaughter of Christian Central Academy became just the fourth girl in Western New York history to score 2,000 career points Thursday in a 79-42 romp over Amherst Christian. Slaughter finished with 34 points, giving her 2,030. She joins the 2,000-point club along with Laura Hughes of Franklinville (2,196), Angela Tylec of Niagara-Wheatfield (2,119) and Kris Hanson of Pioneer (2,042).

Msgr. Martin Association: No. 5 small school Sacred Heart handed No. 2 Nardin a 61-50 loss as Rachael Michalek connected for 28 points. Sally Shuster added 17 and Samantha Miller had nine rebounds. . . . No. 1 small school Holy Angels handled Mount St. Mary, 73-28, as Megan Bogdan had 22 points. Noelle d'Estries added 11 for the undefeated Angels (16-0, 12-0). . . . Christine Roth had 12 points and Elizabeth Brinkworth 10 as Mount Mercy beat Buffalo Seminary, 54-29.

ECIC I: Allison Sudol had 17 points and Amanda Rice 12 as Jamestown beat visiting Hamburg, 55-45, in a battle for first place in the division. Leah Colucci scored 14 for the Bulldogs. . . . Micole Daluisio notched 15 points and Nicole Salvatore 12 for Lancaster in a 54-45 win over Orchard Park. Ashley Reves had 16 and Jessica Hageman 15 for the Quakers. . . . Chrissy Baron had 18 points for Williamsville North in a 47-36 win over Frontier. Sarah Ballard led the Falcons with 16.

ECIC II: Williamsville East got 13 points from Lindsay Brent in a 39-25 win over Lake Shore. Arielle Korczykowski scored 13 for Lake Shore, which led, 14-11, at halftime. . . . Mary Bellanca had 12 points and Timyra Hudson added 11 points with 10 rebounds as Sweet Home beat West Seneca West, 51-41.

ECIC III: Iroquois clinched the division title with a 79-48 win over Amherst. Val Jacobs had a double-double with 18 points and 12 rebounds. Eighth-grader Gabbie Richardson tallied 29 for the Tigers. . . . Karlyn Zielen netted 29 points and Cheri White had 17 points and a school-record 26 rebounds for Tonawanda in a 67-59 overtime thriller over Depew. White broke her mother Kate's rebound record, set during the 1973-74 season. Ashley Reformat scored 17 for Depew. . . . Kelly Niewczyk had 18 points for Springville in a 47-17 rout of Cheektowaga.

ECIC IV: Nicole Zimmer had 18 points and Rachel Olejniczak had 20 rebounds as Alden trounced Lackawanna, 77-18. . . . East Aurora (15-3, 9-1) cruised to a 66-37 rout of Cleveland Hill behind 12 points apiece from Katie Herrmann, Katie Shea, Jana Miller and Julie Mazurkiewicz. Tovana Hatton scored 17 for the Eagles.

Niagara Frontier League: Maria Atti had 21 points and Felisa Brown added 13 as No. 1 large school Kenmore East handed Grand Island its second loss in a row, 47-35.

Niagara-Orleans League: Dana Montazzoli had 15 points for Starpoint in a 42-26 win over Barker.

Canisius Cup: Nicole Smith had 22 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists for Bennett in a 74-34 win over Grover Cleveland. Channell Ware had 15 points and 10 rebounds. Tamika Cornelius had 16 points for the Presidents. . . . Jamia Glover had 30 points, six steals and 11 rebounds and Mary Martinez added 13 as Seneca beat City Honors, 61-41. . . . Melody Jones had 21 points and Melanie Pohancsek added 16 points with 15 rebounds as Buffalo Arts beat Riverside, 63-41. . . . Tamika Neal had 14 points and 15 rebounds as Hutch-Tech beat South Park, 53-19. . . . Ashley Dees had 26 points and Shanika Johnson added 16 as Lafayette owned Emerson, 63-19. . . . Rickita Harris had 12 points for McKinley in a 35-26 win over Kensington.

CCIAC II: Kay Martin scored 16 points to go over 1,000 as Cassadaga Valley beat Salamanca, 58-31.

Cattaraugus III: Heather Lindell had 11 points as Ellicottville improved to 18-2 with a 50-40 win over Hinsdale. . . . Angel Mecca had 16 points and Wendy Chuba added 11 for North Collins in a 45-31 win over West Valley.

Non-league: Amanda Neamon's 20 points and 14 rebounds and Rachel Hicks' 17 points lifted No. 4 large school Pioneer (13-4) to a 51-41 win over No. 6 small school Olean (13-5), which was led by Nicole Vitello with 17 points and Katy Estes with 12 boards.

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