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Jamestown received a huge game from Tommy Campion, who poured in a game-high 26 points, in a 73-54 win over Clarence in ECIC I boys basketball.

Branden Kellam added 15 rebounds and 12 points for Jamestown, who also saw Zack Panebianco score 12 points to help the Red Raiders, ranked third in the News’ Large School poll, remain unbeaten at 5-0.

Elsewhere, Sterling Taplin and David Berkin scored 16 points each while freshman Maceo Jack added 11 in Williamsville North’s 65-45 win over Lancaster in ECIC I play. George Attea added 10 rebounds while Taplin had seven assists.

Frontier broke open a tight game by outscoring Orchard Park, 23-10, in the third quarter of a 69-54 victory. Tyger German scored 11 points in the third quarter.

Jonathon Lewis scored 21 points and added five assists and five steals for East, which defeated Bennett, 69-59, in Yale Cup Division I action. Percy Bryant added 19 points and Sean Young 15 for East.

McKinley dropped South Park, 83-60, behind Marcus Morris, who led the way with 26 points, including six three-pointers, 11 rebounds and five assists. Reyjzon Jordan also contributed 11 assists and 10 rebounds for McKinley, while Tyrell Mitchell had 20 points for South Park.

Lester Diaz hit the winner off an inbound play with two seconds left to propel Lafayette to a thrilling, 47-45 victory over Burgard. Diaz finished with a game-high 23 points and added a pair of three-pointers.

Javaughn McNabb scored a game-high 22 points and drilled home four three-point field goals for MST Seneca and added 12 rebounds, while Ben Boldin contributed 12 points and 14 boards in an 80-50 win over Buffalo Arts. Jamaal Felton had 19 points, while Ben Boldin added 12 and Adrian Blackmon 11 for MST Seneca.

Junior guard Ryan Vossler had a career-high 31 points on 13-of-19 shooting with five three-pointers as Allegany-Limestone beat Gowanda, 65-35, in its CCAA I opener.

Ryan Miller nailed a three-pointer with 7.2 seconds left in regulation, then made a free throw to ice it in overtime to lift Pioneer to a 60-58 triumph over visiting Cheektowaga. Dylan Souder and Terik Lewis each scored 10 for Pioneer, while Preston Summers scored a game-high 21 points for Cheektowaga.

Derrick Sekuterski hit four free throws in the final 40 seconds as Depew hung on to beat East Aurora, 56-55, in ECIC III. Depew scored just 28 points over the first three quarters before erupting for 28 in the fourth. Justin Crawley had 10 in the fourth while Sekuterski added nine.

Nate Wilkinson, who averages 25 points a game, scored 23 against Hamburg in Iroquois’ 54-42 victory. Phil Bowen added 16 points for the Bulldogs, while Andrew Sardinia scored 16 for Hamburg.

Girls basketball

Sara Franco scored 18 points and Alexis Cheatham added 17 as Lockport took a 49-39 win over Grand Island in the Niagara Frontier League. Cassie Oursler scored a game-high 24 points for Grand Island.

I-Prep/Grover’s Tatiana Deas came into Tuesday’s game against Middle Early College averaging 30 points, and eclipsed her average with 33 points in a 45-25 victory. Kiki Pringle and Tania Martinez each grabbed eight rebounds for I-Prep.

Erin Kwiatkowski scored 12 points and Alena Woodarek added 10 in Springville’s 43-32 victory over Lake Shore.

Tonawanda knocked off Barker, 30-21, behind Joanna McCarthy’s 17 points and 12 boards.

Sweet Home routed West Seneca East, 67-26, as Valerie Odom scored 18 points and Savannah Walker 10.

Sara Ziegler led all scorers with 18 points and pulled down 11 rebounds as Olean defeated Fredonia, 55-24.

Three Mount St. Mary players scored in double figures led by Emma Sullivan’s 13 points in a 65-18 win against WNY Maritime.