Niagara Gazette — Ken West 46, Nia.-Wheatfield 16
Samantha Britton finished with 14 points and seven rebounds and Katie Troy had a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds as the duo helped the Blue Devils (10-7, 10-4 NFL) run away from the Falcons (8-6) to clinch third place in the NFL.
Niagara Falls 73, Lew-Port 50
Head coach Sal Constantino had a different tone to his voice following the Wolverines’ league finale win.
Each player on the Niagara Falls roster contributed points, led by Mikey Bermudez’s total of 18 to lead all scorers. Breon Harris also chipped in 14 points with four assists and six steals and Tyler Sanders had eight points to go with nine rebounds as the Wolverines capped off a season that has featured its fair share of growing pains with a vindictive win, avenging an earlier loss to the Lancers.
“This season hasn’t been the greatest, but we got through it in a big way by ending things on a high note tonight,” Constantino said with a hint of optimism as the team heads into Section VI postseason play.
The Wolverines’ only senior, Jake Martineau, hit a pair of three-pointers in the first quarter that Constantino said set the tone for the rest of the game as Niagara Falls avenged an earlier loss to the Lancers.
Lew-Port was led by Jernard Jackson and Joey Scirto, who each managed 15 points in the loss.
N. Tonawanda 60, Grand Island 37
Michael Awad had a double-double for the Jacks, scoring 20 points to lead his team as well as grabbing ten rebounds. He also had three steals, while Chris Woodard scored 11 points. Jadon Wegrzyn led the Vikings with 11 points.
Ken West 71, Nia.-Wheatfield 46
Noah Whalen scored 20 points as Kenmore West clinched a share of the Niagara Frontier League boys’ basketball title with Lockport. Adam Fron recorded a double-double, scoring 15 points and grabbing 12 rebounds. The Falcons’ Denzel Fuller also had a double-double, leading his team with 16 points while grabbing a dozen rebounds.