WARSAW — Emma Tangeman scored a career-high 29 points, including four points in OT, while she also grabbed nine rebounds as host Warsaw (1-1) edged Perry 50-48 in overtime during LCAA D-II action Monday.

Tangeman knocked down 12 shots from the floor and also went 5-of-7 from the charity stripe.

Mackenzie Ryan had a big game as well as the senior garnered a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds for Warsaw,who led 22-17 at the half.

The score was tied at 43-all after regulation.

Emily Howard added five points while Matti Heim scored two points and grabbed six rebounds for the Tigers.

For Perry (1-1), McKenna Kelly led the way with 18 points while Alexandrea and Jessica Marusarz both netted 12.

PAVILION 66, GENESEO 24

After losing 13-0 on the soccer pitch this past fall, visiting Pavilion turned up the heat on the basketball court Monday afternoon as the Lady Gophers jumped out to a 23-3 first period lead, extended it to 45-7 at the half, and then called off the dogs leading 65-11 after three, as they rolled to an easy LCAA D-III victory.

Pavilion had four players score in double figures.

Sophomore Karlee Zinkievich was sensational as she had a near triple double with 16 points, 11 assists and seven steals.

Zinkievich also hit a pair of three-pointers.

Classmate Lauren Kingsley also nearly had a triple double with 11 points, 11 rebounds and eight blocked shots.

Paige Landers added a career-high 10 points with eight rebounds while Shea Amberger added 10 points. Also for Pavilion (2-0), Emily Kingsley and Kodi Beehler added six and five points respectively.

For Geneseo (1-1), Tessa Reilly scored 10 points while MaryClaire Rollins added six.

Pavilion hosts York on Friday.

AVON 56, LETCHWORTH 13

Host Avon got another monster game from 6-foot-2 sophomore Sarina McDowell who scored a game-high 26 points and grabbed 25 rebounds with six steals as the Lady Braves (2-0) got the victory over Letchworth (0-2) Monday.

Avon jumped out to a 13-4 first quarter lead and never looked back. They led 25-7 at the half.

McDowell scored 20 points in Avon’s win over Way-Co Saturday.

Senior Alicia Faville added a double-double as well with 12 points, 15 rebounds and three steals.

Ali DiFranco added six points and five rebounds while Kennedy Fries tallied six points with four rebounds and two assists.

Jonelle Flitcroft and Kate Broughton each led Letchworth with three points.

“First off, good game by Avon — they are well coached and have a great blend of size and speed,” said Letchworth coach Mike Grasso. “They will be a tough out come sectional time. I can’t knock our effort, the kids played hard, but just could not get a ball to go in the basket. We have to continue to improve and I know eventually, the ball will start to go in the bucket.”

DANSVILLE 59, BATH 34

Ray Young dominated her way to 29 points and 13 rebounds as host Dansville (2-0) cruised to the LCAA D-I victory.

The senior Young also made four steals, dished out three dimes and blocked three shots.

Dansville led 28-17 at the half before a 17-4 third period run pretty much sealed it.

Madison Lee had her usual solid game with eight points to go with four rebounds and three steals while Abby Belcher contributed six points with six rebounds.

Also for Dansville, Sidney Stone scored four points with six rebounds and four assists while Brielle Caruso pulled down seven boards, made four steals and dished out three assists.

For Bath (1-1), Abby Spiess led the way with 12 points while Meredith Czajkowski and Keegan Smith both netted six.

Dansville plays at Livonia Wednesday.

HORNELL 102, WAY-CO 27

When you’re hot, you’re hot.

And Lillian Hoyt was red-hot.

The Hornell eighth-grader hit 9-of-11 three-pointers and scored a career-high 31 points as Hornell cruised to the victory Monday night.

Jaden Sciotti added 23 points while Juliet Marino added 14 as the Red Raiders improved to 1-2 on the season.

CAL-MUM 50, KESHEQUA 33

Cal-Mum (2-1) used a balanced scoring attack and a fast start to jump on Keshequa 15-5 after one quarter and hold off several challenges from the Indians early in the third quarter to get the LCAA D-III win.

Hazell Nickerson scored six points in the first quarter while Maddy Devore added four to pace the Lady Raiders early.

For the game, DeVore led all scorers with 16 points and added 12 boards for her first ever double-double.

Nickerson added 13 points and grabbed nine caroms for a near double-double.

Keshequa rallied in the second and early third quarter to cut the C-M lead, which was 10 at the half, down to six on the offensive work of Libby Benner who had nine points in the second quarter and Ava Thayer who had five in the third.

Cal-Mum answered the run as DeVore added six in the frame and senior Haley Sherwood netted four on senior night.

C-M finally pulled away in the fourth as Taylor Mills and Ava Amorese each added a bucket, giving Mills eight for the game and Amorese five points.

Sherwood added seven rebounds while Amorese had five assists and four rebounds.

Keshequa (0-2) was led by Benner and Thayer who had 12 and eight points respectively. Benner also added nine rebounds while Thayer dished out three assists.

Emilee Wright added six points for the Lady Indians.

YORK 80, MT. MORRIS 37

Balanced scoring sparked York (2-0) to the victory over M-M Monday night.

Sydnee Emerson led the way with 16 points and three steals while Kaitlyn Holland had a nice double-double with 11 points and 16 rebounds.

Also for York, Cierra Smith added 14 points.

York led 21-10 after one and 44-22 at the half. A 14-9 third period run made it 58-31 after three.

Mt. Morris (0-2) was led by Sierra Somers with a game-high 20 points including five 3-pointers.

LIVONIA 77, LE ROY 47

Livonia’s pressure defense forced a lot of turnovers by Le Roy during LCAA D-I action Monday.

Le Roy senior Bryn Luckey led the Lady Knights with 20 points while Jillian Curtis added 13. Jennifer Pullyblank scored eight points for Le Roy, who fell to 0-2.

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