Olmsted and JFK scored victories on Saturday in the Martin Luther King Classic at City Honors. The event was postponed from last month.
Marciano Lamar scored 24 points to lead Olmsted’s Owls over East Aurora, 46-34.
JFK edged City Honors, 65-53, as Nick Baker led the way with 16 points. Centaurs junior Amir Radford scored 12 points to reach 1,000 for his career. He was presented a game ball when he hit 1,000 in the closing minute. JFK led by five before a last three-pointer by Jeremiah Chapman of Honors.
Quakers advance in hockey
Clarence, which defeated Orchard Park for its only regular season win in the WNY Federation, threw another scare into the Quakers before falling, 3-2, in a sectional Large Schools playoff at Amherst Northtown Center. Jim Doran scored twice for the OP including the winner on a 5-on-3 opportunity in the second period. Sophomore Jack Kinsman had the other OP goal while Grant Zell made 20 saves. OP will face Niagara-Wheatfield, which it defeated and tied 3-3 in the regular season. David Cosentino and Nicholas Messuro scored for Clarence.
Nick Woods had three goals and six assists and Chace Woods had a goal and five assists for No. 2 seed Niagara Wheatfield in a 15-0 rout of Lockport.
Ryan Voight scored both goals in Lancaster’s 2-1 win over Frontier. Noah Machlowski and Derek Lasker each had two assists for the Legends.
No. 1 seed Williamsville North rolled over Niagara Falls, 11-0, and will face Lancaster next. Brett Sardina scored three times for the Spartans.
Timon falls in Ohio
Bishop Timon-St. Jude took on Lebron James alma mater, St. Vincent-St. Mary of Akron, Ohio on the road in a warmup for the start of the Manhattan Cup playoffs next week. The Tigers got into an early hole, 25-13, and fell to the host Fighting Irish, 78-49. Julian Cunningham had 22 points for Timon.
Davis leads A-L win
Morgan Davis scored 20 points, pulled in 10 rebounds and blocked five shots for Allegany-Limestone (19-1) in a 38-30 triumph over Mount Mercy in the Wilson Tournament.
Lancaster takes Section VI rifle title
Lancaster captured the team championships in the air rifle competition and the 3P air rifle at the Section VI championships on Saturday at Alden.
Individual champions were: Prone, Emma Randall (Lancaster) 100.08; offhand, Linxib Zha (Pioneer) 97.05; kneeling, tie Jessica Clark (Lancaster) and Miranda Koch (Alden) 98.06; aggregate, Clark (Lancaster) 291.16; air rifle, Kiersten Mucha (Lancater) 294.16. All scores were Section VI records except the prone.