St. Joe’s tames Tigers

Senior Jordan Glover hit a three-pointer in the game’s final minute to give St. Joe’s the lead for good in a 61-57 basketball victory over host Timon/St. Jude. Dylan Hall and Justin Hollins hit free throws to provide the final margin.

The Marauders finished the first half on an 11-2 run to lead by eight. Timon led, 51-50, in the fourth quarter before Glover hit the game-changing three.

Jaylen Morris led the Marauders with 17 points while Hall grabbed eight rebounds. Louis Oliveri added 14 points. St. Joe’s improved to 14-4, 6-1. The Tigers were led by Bryant Fulton with 19 points and Donte Williams’ 15.

Sharks win sweet 16th

Hannah Rehbaum had 18 points and five assists as No. 1 ranked large school and undefeated Sacred Heart beat Nichols, 68-39, in the Monsignor Martin Association. Chelsea Smith added five assists and five steals for the Sharks (16-0).

Savanna Baughman had a season-high 14 points on 7 of 10 shooting with 12 rebounds as Tonawanda (11-2, 7-0 ECIC IV) rolled past Eden, 42-21. Joanna McCarthy of the Warriors had her 11th double-double of the season with 10 points and 11 boards.

Tonawanda led by 12 points at the half, Eden cut the lead to eight at the end of three, but was outscored, 15-2, in the fourth quarter.

Frontier skates to win

Senior forward Bob Piotrowicz scored twice, including the go-ahead goal with 8:39 left, as Frontier beat Southtowns rival Orchard Park, 3-1, at the Nike Base in Hamburg. Nick Ortiz assisted on the goal as he skated end-to-end and fed Piotrowicz with a pass at the goalmouth. Piotrowicz beat the goalie on a redirected shot.

Frontier (13-4) goes for its fourth win in a row on Thursday against Clarence at the Northtowns Center at 7 p.m.

Centaurs beat Tech

Freshman Alize Allen of City Honors broke two of her own Buffalo Public schools swimming records during the Centaurs’ 108-64 win over visiting Hutch-Tech. She finished the 200 IM 2:21.65 and the 50 free in 26:15.

The City Honors boys won nine of 10 races while the girls took five. Gavin Harris (100 fly) and Henry Keane (100 free) won individual races and were on two winning relays. For the girls, Selin Kazbay and MaryEllen Crawley swam on two winning relays.

City Honors ends the regular season 10-0. The All-High Championships are Thursday back at City Honors at 4 p.m.