Sisters score 28 each
Immaculata has had its high-scoring Heinold sisters. Franklinville has a high-scoring sisters scoring act of its own and it is just getting started.
Sophomore Allyson Haskell scored 28 points and sister Danielle Haskell, an eighth-grader, matched that in a 67-43 victory over Randolph in CCAA East II. Danielle had seven three-point baskets in her total; Allyson four.
Franklinville is undefeated in division play.
The Haskell sisters each made first team All-CCAA East last season for Franklinville. In softball, Allyson is Franklinville’s ace pitcher while Danielle is her batterymate behind the plate.
Legends rule Lancaster
Girls basketball bragging rights in Lancaster belong to Lancaster High for now. The Legends outscored St. Mary’s of Lancaster in every quarter on the way to a 52-30 nonleague victory Wednesday night. Sophomore Molly Mahoney had 11 points and senior Riley Lucarelli 10 to lead the victory.
Holland, unbeaten in ECIC IV and 13-1 overall, moved up a notch and defeated Iroquois of ECIC II, 46-27. Olivia Schmidt, Holland’s scoring star, had 14 points. Alicia Massara had 13 points, all but one coming on three-point shots.
Kenitria Redfern of Cheektowaga was practically a one-person team. Redfern scored 35 of the Warriors’ 42 points in a 51-42 loss to Pioneer.
Leah McQuiller scored 22 points for Mount Mercy in a 51-43 Monsignor Martin basketball victory at Nichols. Erika Cromwell had 12 for the Vikings.
Panama 9-0 in league
In boys basketball, Panama (9-0) kept its record perfect in CCAA West 2 with a 67-58 victory at second-place Sherman, Jack Payne led the Panthers with 19 points, including five three-pointers, while Chris Blose had 16. Kolby Parks and Chris Robson had 18 each for Sherman.