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Randolph’s Drew Hind (3) set a school record 11 3-pointers against Maple Grove on Tuesday. Photo by Mike Frame

RANDOLPH – Drew Hind is just a freshman.

He had the best night of his young high school career on Tuesday.

Hind set a Randolph-high 11 3-pointers en route to a career-high 38 points as the Cardinals defeated Maple Grove 84-48 in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Central Division men’s basketball action .

Hind scored the game’s first 16 points for Randolph, a streak that included our 3-pointers and two steals layups. He added a 3-pointer in the second quarter, three more in the third and three more in the fourth.

“The whole team saw it early” said Kevin Hind, Randolph’s trainer and Drew’s father. “They were in a 3-2 zone and early on we had a couple of set pieces that he hit 3s on.”

Drew Hind’s total of 11 3-pointers was one more than Blake Morrison, Bryce Morrison and most recently Isaac Wakefield. Drew’s older brother Tyler, now at Daemen College, had a career-high nine 3-pointers.

“He was just rolling” Kevin Hind said of Drew. “The intensity picked up later in the game. … This game was a pretty good physical basketball game for the most part.

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Drew Hind added eight rebounds, seven assists and four steals; Gabe McCoy had 18 points, 10 rebounds and four blocked shots; and Jaiden Huntington had five steals, five rebounds and five assists for the Cardinals (14-1, 8-0).

Tucker Fenton led the Red Dragons (7-6, 4-4) with 18 points.

SUGAR grove (48)

Gowan 1 0 2, Vaillancourt 4 1 9, Welsh 2 0 6, Bower 1 0 2, Moore 1 0 2, Foley 1 0 2, Fenton 8 1 18, McPherson 3 1 7. Totals 21 3 48.

RANDOLPH (84)

ONelson 1 0 3, Hind 13 1 38, Loomis 2 0 6, GNelson 1 0 2, Conley 3 2 8, McCoy 7 4 18, Huntington 3 1 9. Totals 30 8 84.

3-point goals – Welsh 2, Fenton, ONelson, Hind 11, Loomis 2, Huntington 2.

Sugar bush 16 11 6 15 — 48

Randolph 22 17 23 22 — 84

SHERMAN RALLY PANAMA

SHERMAN – Gerald Carris had 19 points and four rebounds to lead Sherman to a 44-32 Division 2 West win over Panama.

The Panthers () led 22-19 at halftime before the Wildcats turned things around with a 15-2 third quarter.

Elijah Kioko had 12 points and six rebounds while Brayden Hayes had 10 points for Sherman.

Bryce Hinsdale led Panama with 11 points and four steals; Carter Brink had 8 points; and Alex Barmore grabbed 10 rebounds.

PANAMA (32)

Roth 0 0 0, Brown 1 0 3, Hinsdale 4 2 11, Brink 3 2 8, Catanese 1 0 2, Lisciandro 2 0 4, Barmore 1 2 4. Totals 12 6 32.

SHERMAN (44)

Swabik 1 0 3, Carris 7 3 19, Kopta 0 0 0, Ayers 0 0 0, Kioko 5 1 12, Hayes 3 3 10. Totals 16 7 44.

3-point goals – Brown, Hinsdale, Swabik, Carris 2, Kioko, Hayes.

Panama 12 10 2 8 — 32

Sherman 12 7 15 10 — 44

THE T’WOLVES DROP THE VALLEY OF THE PINES

CATTARAUGUS — The Cattaraugus-Little Valley Timberwolves made some key adjustments and outscored Pine Valley 64-54 in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association East Division men’s basketball action on Tuesday.

The Timberwolves turned the tide against the Panthers who defeated them by 20 points earlier this season and eliminated the state’s 16th Class D team.

“We made some defensive adjustments” said Cattaraugus-Little Valley head coach Josh Forster. “We had three guys back. We tried to stop Sercu in the middle, he had a big game last time. I traded guys and they performed really well.

Josh Halterman executed perfectly for the Timberwolves, hitting a career-high seven 3-pointers in the game. Halterman drilled four in the second quarter alone, helping the Timberwolves take a 38-30 halftime lead. The Timberwolves held off the Panthers the rest of the way, outscoring them 26-24 to win.

Halterman led the Timberwolves with 28 points and John Visnesky added 15 points.

Pine Valley was led by Wayne Libby with 18 points.

VALLEY OF THE PINES (54)

Sercu 3 2 9, Gugliemi 2 2 7, Libby 8 0 18, Volk 3 2 9, Oakes 3 2 9, KOakes 1 0 2. Totals 20 8 54.

CATTARAUGUS (64)

Colton 3 1 9, Allen 1 1 3, Frentz 2 0 4, Furl 2 0 5, Halterman 8 5 28, Visnesky 5 5 15. Totals 21 12 64.

Pine Valley 17 13 9 15 — 54

Cattaraugus-Little Valley 19 19 11 15 — 64

NORTH COLLINS WINS AT THE BUZZER

NORTH COLLINS – Jose Luna sends North Collins past Ellicottville 51-49, in overtime, for an East Division win.

With 1.9 seconds left in overtime, Luna hit the big shot for North Collins (9-4, 5-2) just at the buzzer, helping complete the comeback.

Ellicottville (3-11, 2-3) built a big lead in the first half, edging out North Collins 28-20. In the third quarter, North Collins beat Ellicottville to shoot within a point at 34-33. Both teams played each other tight until Luna’s buzzer-beater went into overtime.

Matt Sweet led North Collins with 18 points, nine rebounds and three steals; Luna added 10 points, nine rebounds and three steals; Derek Ebersole scored 13 points, seven steals and grabbed four rebounds; and Chris Smith scored 10, caught 10 boards and made four blocks.

Ellicottville was led by Lucas Marsh with 15 points and Caedon Wyatt scored 14 points.

ELLICOTTVILLE (49)

Chudy 3 0 6, Marsh 5 4 15, Wyatt 0 2 2, Moore 0 1 1, Dietrick 2 0 4, CWyatt 6 1 14, Grinols 3 0 7. Totals 19 8 49.

NORTH HILLS (51)

Ebersole 4 4 ​​13, Luna 4 0 10, Sweet 6 2 18, Smith 4 2 10. Totals 18 8 51.

Ellicottville 18 10 6 11 4 — 49

North Collins 8 12 13 12 6 — 51

COUGARS FALL IN PORTVILLE

SINCLAIRVILLE — Luke Petruzzi scored 12 points, Luke Petryszak had 11 and Aiden DeFazio added 10 to lead Portville to a 46-42 CCAA Central Division win over Cassadaga Valley.

Wyatt Harrington led the Cougars with 12 points, Braden LeBaron had 9 and Austin Main added 8.

The Panthers led 23-22 at halftime.

PORTVILLE (46)

Petryszak 3 3 11, DeFazio 3 2 10, Van Sickle 0 1 1, Petruzzi 3 4 12, Yehl 4 0 8, Gariepy 2 0 4, Totals 15 10 46.

CASSADGA VALLEY (42)

Russo 3 0 6, Main 4 0 8, Harrington 4 3 12, Pierce 1 0 3, Runge 2 0 4, LeBaron 3 1 9, Totals 17 4 42.

3-point goals – Petryszak 2, DeFazio 2, Petruzzi 2, Harrington, Pierce, LeBaron 2.

Portville 8 15 12 11 — 46

Cassadaga Valley 7 15 8 12 — 42

SWANSON SHINES FOR FALCONER

BROCTON — Behind 17 points from Jake Swanson, Falconer beat Brocton 52-45 in a CCAA Division 2 West game.

Jase Smith contributed 13 points, Mathis Baehr added 11 and Landon Stahlman had 8 for the Golden Falcons.

Ryan Laurito led the Bulldogs with 21 points, Austin McIntyre had 10 and Jeremy Weisner added 8.

FALCONIER (52)

Wood 1 0 2, Swanson 5 7 17, Baehr 5 1 11, Chapman 0 1 1, Smith 4 4 13, Landon Stahlman 3 2 8, Totals 18 15 52.

BROCTON (45)

Ehmke 0 2 2, Garcia 0 0 0, Bigelow 0 1 1, Laurito 1 1 3, McIntyre 4 1 10, Laurito 6 6 21, Weisner 2 4 8, Totals 13 15 46.

Falconer 11 14 13 14 — 52

Broton 9 13 10 13 — 45

TROJANS TOP MARAUDERS

South West Trojans held off Dunkirk Marauders 72-65 in Division 1 West action.

Southwestern’s Aidan Kennedy (6-10, 3-3) led the way with 30 points, Matt Pannes added 11, Cameron Lemk added 10 and Jason Ni and Paul Hayes scored 9 points.

Dunkirk’s effort (7-8, 0-6) was led by Marcel Carter and Lorenzo Lewis both scoring 18 points.



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