Newfane, ranked No. 4 in the Buffalo News small schools poll, got 21 points, 12 rebounds and six steals from Connor Sears and 12 points, eight rebounds and eight assists from Alex Intihar in its 78-43 victory over Grand Island.
Jamaal Felton scored 24 points and drained four 3-pointers and Javaughn McNabb turned in a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds as MST Seneca handed City Honors a 60-48 loss in Yale Cup Division II action.
South Park’s Tyrell Mitchell scored a game-high 26 points in the Sparks’ 56-45 triumph over Lafayette.
Caleb Moser, Christian Central’s 5-foot-8 guard, poured in a game-high 27 points in the Crusaders 52-44 win over Buffalo Science.
Ryan Farewell and Blake Copella led four Roy-Hart players in double figures with 21 points each in its 82-59 triumph over Buffalo Arts. Brad Bobbitt added 16 points including a pair of 3-pointers, while Alex Stoddard added 10.
Cleveland Hill’s Jordan Parker was the star with 25 points while Aaron Phillips drilled three 3-pointers en route to 16 points in a 59-47 win over North Tonawanda.
Mount St. Mary’s wins
Shannon Pelitera led a balanced Mount St. Mary’s offense with nine points while adding six rebounds in its 38-33 victory over Kenmore West. Marly Wyzykowski added five rebounds for Mount St. Mary’s.
Keyonte Edwards led three players in double figures with 13 points in Cardinal O’Hara’s 52-41 win over Section V’s Bishop Kearney in non-league action.
Elsewhere, the versatile Melanie Linsmair flirted with a triple double with 18 points, eight rebounds and seven steals as Lake Shore defeated Amherst, 38-22, win in ECIC III play.
Jenna Einink and Courtney Hewes each scored 15 points as Chautauqua Lake won a CCAA III game over Ellicottville, 60-44.
Akron’s Tobie Abrams scored 15 points while Gina Henley contributed 15 rebounds in a 40-36 win over Hutch-Tech, which put together a late rally after trailing 36-22 to start the final quarter.
Hutch-Tech outscored Akron, 14-4, in the fourth quarter.