AVON — Visiting Attica jumped out to leads of 10-3 after the first period and 29-5 at the half as the Lady Blue Devils cruised to the 55-24 victory over Avon Friday night in non league action.
Four different players scored double figures for Attica led by Madalyn Robinson with 12 points and six rebounds.
Tori Walker, Emily Gersitz and Emily Gadd all scored 11 points for Attica.
Walker also added six steals, five assists and four rebounds; Gersitz also grabbed eight rebounds with seven steals and three blocks while Gadd also pulled down five caroms.
For Avon, Ali DiFranco led all scorers with 17 points.
Attica is 2-0 while Avon is 0-1.
Livonia 64 Perry 41
Kylie Buckley led Livonia with 30 points as the Lady Bulldogs improved to 2-0 on the season.
Kelsey Stewart and Madison King both scored nine while Mary and Libby Kwak added six and five points respectively.
McKenna Kelly led Perry with 15 points while Leah Fisher added 12.
Wellsville 60, Letchworth 15
Jaelyn Knapp and Marley Adams each scored 11 points while Sara Reitz added 10 as Wellsville cruised to the non league win.
The Lady Lions led 11-1 after one and 24-10 at the half.
For Letchworth, Morgan Brace scored five points while Hana Gill and Phoebe Conklin each netted four.
“(Wellsville is) an excellent team, with so many weapons at their disposal,” Letchworth coach Mike Grasso said. “They are the real deal. As I told the girls, one game does not define a season, whether it is a win or a loss. We will regroup, learn from this, improve from this and get ready for our game on Tuesday.”
Dansville 55, Cal-Mum 23
Abigail Belcher led all scorers with 14 points to go with five rebounds and three assists as host Dansville cruised in their opener over Cal-Mum (0-2).
Brielle Caruso added 11 points with five steals, four rebounds and four steals while Madison Lee added 10 points with five rebounds and five assists. Sidney Stone added eight points with three rebounds for the Lady Mustangs.
Cal-Mum was led by freshman Hazel Nickerson with 11 points and six rebounds.
Pembroke 54, Alden 29
Isabel Breeden led Pembroke with 15 points, 10 rebounds and four assists while Karli Houseknecht added 15 points with four steals and three assists as the Lady Dragons cruised.
Olivia Breeden added seven points and three steals while Sydney Johnson added six points.
Allie Schwerthoffer scored five points with seven rebounds while Carly Cerasani scored four points with 10 rebounds.
Pembroke is 1-0.
Keshequa 63, Way-Co 40
Libby Benner scored a game high 20 points with 10 rebounds and three assists while Aurora Sabins added 16 points and five rebounds as Keshequa improved to 2-0 with the victory over Way-Co.
Ava Thayer added nine points with seven assists and five steals while Julia Wilkins scored nine points with five steals and four assists.
Kelsey Davis chipped in with seven points for the Lady Indians.
Wayland-Cohocton was led by Madison Levee with 11 points and Mackenzie Pickard and Brooke Landers with eight apiece.
Bath-Haverling 59, Campbell-Savona 15
Meredith Czajkowski scored a game high 19 points with four rebounds and three steals while Sydney Burns added 17 points and 12 rebounds as the Lady Rams cruised in the first round of their own tourney Friday night.
Gillian Oksinski added 11 points and three rebounds.
“We had a nice spread of the offense tonight and I thought the girls also did a nice job getting out in transition,” Bath coach Randy Abrams said.
Bath will play Prattsburgh in Saturday’s title game at 7:15 p.m.
Le Roy 58, SOTA 48
Merritt Holly Jr., a 6-foot-7 sophomore pumped in 18 of his career high 28 points in the first half as Le Roy picked up the victory over School of the Arts Friday LeRoy led 30-22 at the half.
Holly finished the game with 28 points and 17 rebounds.
John Panepento pumped in seven points in the third and finished with 14 on the night.
Mitchel Hockey also scored 14 points for the Oatkan Knights (1-0).
Avon 50, Wheatland-Chili 44
The visiting Braves shook off another slow start but rallied for the second straight game as they defeated Wheatland-Chili in non league action Friday.
The Braves outscored W-C 13-5 in the second quarter.
Dylan Smith scored his first ever double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds while Jack Browne and Michael Rowland each scored 10 points and grabbed five boards for the Braves (2-0).
Wheatland-Chili was led by Terrance Bayly-Henshaw with 14 points including eight points in the first period.
Aaron Lund added 10 points.
Byron-Bergen 78, Pavilion 58
Junior guards Gianni Ferrara (20 pts) and Ryan Muscarella (13 pts) both tallied nine points in the opening frame as the Bees jumped in front and never looked back in the first round of the Warsaw Tournament Friday.
Byron-Bergen led 28-5 after one and maintained at least a 19 point lead the rest of the contest.
Senior big man Corden Zimmerman finished with a game high 21 points and added eight rebounds. His running mate, Braedyn Chambry finished with a double-double of 11 points and 12 rebounds.
Ferrara added six steals and five assists to his 20 points in a solid all around game. Sophomore guard Colin Martin tallied nine points with four assists and three steals in his first varsity start.
“Good start for our team tonight,” B-B head coach Roxanne Noeth said. “Contributions from a lot of guys. We will face a tough test in tournament host Warsaw (Saturday night). A good early season challenge for our young team.”
Pavilion was led by Case Cummins who scored a career high 21 points while Zack Tillotson finished with seven points, six rebounds, six assists and two steals.
Riley Robinson led the defense with eight steals, a block and two charges while also adding nine points.
Also for Pavilion (0-2), Ryan Mackay stepped up and scored a career 11 points.
Letchworth 67 Attica 59
Visiting Letchworth jumped out to a 20-12 first period lead and increased it to 35-22 at the half as the Indians got the first round tourney win Friday.
Austin Shearing and Johnny Mertsock led Letchworth with 16 points apiece with Shearing added four assists and Mertsock pulling down seven rebounds.
Lucas Hansen contributed 14 points for the Indians.
For Attica, Simon Lamparelli led the Blue Devils with 18 points, with 10 of those being in the fourth quarter to help Attica close the margin to as close as five.
Also for Attica, Adam Bukowski scored 12 and Tyler Strong had 11, including three, 3-pointers in the third quarter.
“It was a great game to start the season with,” Letchworth coach Tyler King said. “We came out aggressive, overcame some early foul trouble and executed well most of the game. Jake Shearing, Devin Tisdale and Eric Mills chipped in some important and positive minutes tonight. Coach Crowley and his Attica crew competed hard for 32 minutes and battled back from a double digit deficit to make it tight down the stretch. Both teams showed a lot of heart and guts for an opening season game.”
Letchworth will play Alexander in the championship game Saturday night.