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Olean boys remain undefeated

A.J. McFadden scored 22 points to help Olean (7-0) remain undefeated with a 63-48 win over Bradford in the large schools championship of the IAABO Tournament on Thursday. Brian Shoup had 18 points and 10 boards, while Zack Moore grabbed 12 rebounds in the win.

North Collins Tournament: North Collins erased a 12-point deficit at the start of the fourth quarter to earn a 64-55 overtime win over Buffalo Arts in the championship. Scott Goodheart made a pair of free throws with 10 seconds left to push the game into overtime. In the extra period, Josh Renaldo scored the basket that put North Collins ahead for good. Renaldo scored 15 points.

Williamsville Rotary Tournament: For the second straight year, Williamsville South and Williamsville North will meet in the championship game at 7:30 p.m. tonight at Williamsville South. The Billies advanced after defeating Fredonia, 81-52, as Adrian Wood scored 22 points. Max Lipsitz scored 12 points with seven blocked shots and eight rebounds to help the Spartans to a 58-38 win over Lake Shore.


Jamestown upsets Gator girls

Jamestown (7-1) held off a late charge by Allegany-Limestone (6-1) to earn a 47-44 win in the championship game of the IAABO Tournament.

The Gators made it a two-point game with just over a minute to play but Jamestown's Nikki Frederickson hit a three. She finished with 16 points, earning tourney MVP honors. The tough defense of Jamestown's Diana Depane held the Gators' Brittany Martin to four points, about 16 points under her average.

Orchard Park Touranment: Katie Medina scored 15 points and was named most valuable player as she led Hamburg to a 49-38 win over Orchard Park in the championship game. In the consolation game, Shannon Nolan hit a shot with four seconds to play to give Kenmore East a 44-42 win over Clarence.

Fredonia Holiday Classic: Sacred Heart got a bit of revenge for last year's loss in the Monsignor Martin Association final with a 39-36 win over Nardin in the championship game. Neddi King had eight points, six rebounds and five steals to earn MVP honors. In the consolation, Alanna Klose had a career-high 22 points to pace Fredonia to a 49-37 win over Frontier.

Pioneer Waste Management Tournament: Sarah Soroka had a career-high 34 points plus 18 rebounds for East Aurora in a 64-50 win over Springville.


Aris, Velez capture MOW honors

Mike Aris of Barker won Most Outstanding Wrestler honors after winning the 130-pound title at the Akron Tournament. He pinned Cheektowaga's Clay Reeb in 1:58. Falconer won the team title. Eric Velez of Medina took Most Outstanding Wrestler honors at the Maryvale Tournament, winning at 112 pounds. Starpoint captured the team title.


Fildes and Buskus double winners

Natalie Fildes of West Seneca East won both the 50 and 300 meter dash at an indoor track meet held at Fredonia State. Alicia Buskus of Orchard Park won the long and high jumps. On the boys' side, Williamsville North's Richard Wong won the high and triple jumps.


Jones nets hat trick for Billies

Dustin Jones scored three goals to help Williamsville South to an 8-3 win over Kenmore East in Western New York Federation hockey.

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