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Jake Rosenbeck equaled the Medina single-game scoring record he set last year with 33 points in an 89-67 victory over Park School in a boys nonleague basketball game Tuesday night.

Casey Tuohey had 14 points and Kevin Dukes 12 for the Mustangs. Michael Moore had 28 for Park.

In other nonleague games, Holland, coming off its best season ever, started the new campaign with a 64-25 romp over Gowanda. Jeremy Broom led the Dutchmen with 19 points while Jacob Reisdorf added 18 and Josh Broom had 10.

Elsewhere, Lafayette pulled away in the second half for a 57-47 win over Akron as John Whitlock led the way with 16 points. Ed Arroyo had 14 points and Rodney Bowls 11 for the Violets. Morrie Wilkins' 15 were high for Akron.

David Jedynak scored 14 points and Ryan Modica added 13 as St. Mary's School for the Deaf opened its season with a 37-31 victory over the Rochester School for the Deaf. . . . Jason Kearney's 22 points led West Valley over Randolph Academy, 61-40. Marcus Caldwell had 24 points for the losers. . . . Marc Reinard scored 13 points, including a clutch three-point shot late in the game, to help Pine Valley past Cassadaga Valley, 50-46. Nate Pearce had 13 points and Taylor Smith 12 for Cassadaga Valley. . . . Matt Chapman had 16 points and Kent Fisher scored 10 and grabbed nine rebounds for Chautauqua Lake in a 47-30 win over Clymer. . . . Ryan Schreiber led the way with 19 while Josh Szeluga scored 15 and John Tresmond added 10 as West Seneca East opened with a 61-47 win over Dunkirk. Terrance Buchman led the Marauders with 11.

Girls basketball

Mary Kate Comfort scored 18 points and had 11 rebounds while Jen Buskus scored 14 and passed for 10 assists for Orchard Park in a 59-34 triumph over Lew-Port in a first-round game in the West Seneca West Tournament.

Amherst topped West Seneca West, 41-32, in the other game. Sophomore Mollie Lang scored 12 points to lead the Tigers. Jenna Baker was high scorer for West with 12 points.

Nonleague: Sharea Alsqqaf scored 31 points and Catherine Ejimadu 23 as Bennett opened its season with a 76-61 win over Niagara Falls. Alsqqaf also had 14 rebounds, five steals and six assists. Jackee Thompson scored 16 points while Jasmine Ball collected 11 rebounds for the Tigers. Destiny Harrison (21) and Emily Thompson (17) led the scoring for the losing Wolverines.

Samantha Marguccio scored 10 points for St. Mary's School for the Deaf in a 41-23 opening loss to Rochester School for the Deaf.

Sophomore Holly Beats scored 10 points and freshman Grace Cunningham had 10 points and four steals as Iroquois opened with a 47-32 victory over Alden. Ashley Toy also had 10 points for the Chiefs.

Amanda Boron led the way with 23 points and 11 rebounds in Starpoint's 53-40 triumph over Newfane. Janelle Pierce had 18 for the losing Panthers.

Alicia Ellis scored 18 points to pace Springville over Holland, 68-29. Jessica Domes had 13 points and Jenna Krzemien 10 for the Griffins.

Katie Sweeney's 17 points led Barker over JFK, 40-33. Lindsay Szymanski had 11 points to pace the losing Bears.

Taylor Lubi had 15 points and Ashley Hall grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Panama over Frewsburg, 55-46.

Lacey Grove scored 18 points and Brittany Martin had 15 points, 11 steals and five assists for Allegany-Limestone in a 61-33 triumph over Salamanca. Krista Wagoner led the losers with 10 points.

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