LE ROY — Nobody will argue that Hannah LaPlant is tough as nails.
The senior guard was doing her thing Friday night as she scored a game-high 25 points to go along with seven rebounds and five assists as visiting Dansville stayed unbeaten with the 65-34 victory over Le Roy in LCAA D-I action.
LaPlant was one of eight Dansville players to score a basket.
Ray Young added 11 points with six rebounds, four assists and four blocked shots while Sidney Stone added eight points with four rebounds and three assists.
Also for Dansville (4-0), Madison Lee netted seven points with four assists while Erin Patanella added six points and five rebounds.
Brielle Caruso added four points and three rebounds for the Lady Mustangs who will play home Tuesday against Hornell.
For head coach Mary Leposa’s Lady Knights, senior Jillian Curtis had a big game with 17 points, eight rebounds and six blocked shots.
Senior Bryn Luckey added 10 points and two steals while freshman Dana Reschke added four points and two steals.
Eighth-grader Sierra Burk grabbed six rebounds for Le Roy.
“Our girls worked hard to come back from a deficit in the first half,” coach Leposa said. “They never gave up their play, which is proven by Dana Reschke stealing, scoring, and getting to the foul line in the last five seconds of play.”
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LIVONIA 33, AVON 30
In a game that was close throughout, visiting Livonia picked up the low scoring victory Friday.
Kylie Buckley and Libby Kwak combined for 22 of Livonia’s 33 points.
Buckley scored 12 points with seven rebounds and five steals while Kwak added 10 points.
Kelsey Stewart scored six points for Livonia, who improved to 3-2 on the season.
For Avon (3-1), Sarina McDowell led all scorers with 15 points and 11 rebounds and five blocked shots while Alicia Faville added eight points and 11 rebounds.
Elie Cochrane had five steals for Avon.
PAVILION 54, YORK 46
In a battle of unbeatens, visiting Pavilion trailed by two points heading into the final period but outscored York 21-11 the final eight minutes to pull out the LCAA D-III victory.
Lauren Kingsley led the way with a game-high 21 points and 12 rebounds while Karlee Zinkievich added 15 points to go with nine assists for Pavilion, who trailed 22-20 at the half.
Shea Amberger added six points while Kodi Beehler, Emily Kingsley and Adeline Milligan all scored four for Pavilion (3-0).
York was led once again by Sydnee Emerson who had 18 points with 12 rebounds and four steals.
Katelyn Curry added seven points and 12 rebounds for the Lady Knights (3-1).
HORNELL 75, BATH 53
Don’t look now but the Hornell Express is rolling.
After dropping their first two games to open the season, Hornell has won three straight, all in dominating fashion, including Friday’s 22-point victory over Bath.
Jaden Sciotti and Lili Hoyt led the way scoring 19 and 18 points respectively.
Hornell scored 50 of their points in the second and third quarters.
Tayghan Doorley added 10 points while Juliet Marino netted nine.
Jane Sputilnik pulled down 11 rebounds for Hornell, who plays at Dansville Tuesday in a big game.
GENESEO 48, KESHEQUA 43
Sophomore Mary Claire Rollins scored a team-best 19 points, including seven points down the stretch in the fourth as visiting Geneseo (3-1) downed Keshequa Friday.
Senior Faith Hainsworth added 11 points for Geneseo, who will visit York Tuesday.
Freshman Libby Benner scored a career-high 29 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for the Indians (0-4).
Julia Wilkins added seven points with six rebounds and three blocked shots.
WARSAW 47, LETCHWORTH 29
Emma Tangeman scored a game-high 22 points with 10 rebounds as Warsaw eased past Letchworth in LCAA D-II action Friday.
Emily Howard added eight points and 10 boards for Warsaw, who jumped out to a 12-4 lead in the first and never looked back.
Letchworth was led by Kate Broughton with seven points.
“Warsaw plays an old school basketball game, getting the ball to the bigs on the blocks,” Letchworth coach Mike Grasso said. “They have excellent size and Coach Royce really does a nice job teaching her bigs how to play ‘big.’ They will be a real handful come sectional time as they play a different kind of game. I am really proud of our effort tonight. Even though we were down, our kids always play hard for 32 minutes each and every night.”
WAY-CO 43, PERRY 42
Kailey Johnson and Julia Zastawrny scored 13 and 11 points respectively as Way-Co (2-2) won their LCAA D-II match up Friday.
Perry was led by McKenna Kelly with a game-high 17 points to go with six rebounds, five steals and three blocked shots.
Leah Fisher added 13 points with five rebounds while Lily Jaques scored four points with seven boards.
Hailey Evans scored four points with five rebounds for Perry (1-3) who has lost three games by a combined total of eight points including a two and one point loss.
CAL-MUM 42, MT. MORRIS 21
Eighth-graders Hazell Nickerson and Ava Amorese scored 18 and 14 points respectively as Cal-Mum (3-2) doubled up Mt. Morris Friday.
Nickerson had 12 points in the first half and Amorese had 10 helping Cal-Mum build a 29-7 lead at the break.
Taylor Mills played outstanding defense on Mt. Morris leading scorer Sierra Somers holding her to just two points in the first half and 10 for the game.
Somers was averaging 22 points a game coming in.
Marissa Roides added six points for Cal-Mum.
Somers led M-M with 10 points while Isabelle Chesnes added eight points and 10 rebounds. Jordan Yencer pulled down five boards for the Blue Devils (0-3).