Ethan Baker scored a game-high 20 points for Wilson (14-7 overall), including a 3-pointer that was buried with less than a minute to go to help the Lakemen to a 58-53 victory over Roy-Hart in a Class B-2 Quarterfinal in Friday. Brennan Moxham had 14 points and Al Jancef hit big free throws down the stretch, finishing with nine points. Wilson advances to Monday’s semifinals against No. 5 Gowanda at Buffalo State College.

Roy-Hart (3-18) was led by Connor Vandegriff’s 18 points, while Skyler Baker put in 13.

Class AA Quarterfinals

1-Frontier 73, 8-Kenmore West 57

Paul Hoffman had 19 points and Grant Wrap added 18 as the No. 1-seed Falcons earned the home win. Frontier improved to 17-4 on the season.

Senior Edvin Ramulic had a game-high 21 points for Kenmore West (13-9), while Tim Cammarata added 19 points and eight rebounds.

Class B-1 Quarterfinals

3-Akron 62, 6-Alden 57 (OT)

The Tigers came back from eight points down in the final three minutes of regulation to win. Alex Short (9 points) hit a driving layup with 10 seconds left to force overtime. Trevor Short (12 points) nailed a 3-pointer with 2:09 left in the extra period to put Akron (16-5 overall) ahead for good. J.C. Tretter had 22 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Tigers, who will meet Newfane Monday at Buffalo State College.

Matt Schwartz led visiting Alden (14-7) with 17 points.

2-Newfane 54, 7-Medina 43

Trey Sheerie had a game-high 27 points, including five 3-pointers, as the Panthers rolled to the victory. Newfane (16-5 overall) made 11 of 12 free throws in the final 1:45 to seal the win. Also for the Panthers, who advance to play Niagara-Orleans League rival Akron Monday in the semifinals at Buffalo State College, Nick Vona had 11 points.

Levi Pace led Medina (10-11) with 20 points.

Class C-1 Quarterfinals

3-Holland 71, 6-Barker 63 (OT)

Bob Macon had a game-high 22 points and Billy Shaver added 20 in Holland’s (11-10 overall) overtime win. The Dutchmen outscored the Raiders 17-9 in the extra frame.

Devon Rowland of Barker (8-13) scored his only points of the game with a bucket with 23 seconds to go in regulation, forcing OT. Ray Paul led the Raiders with 19 points in the loss.

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