Bears’ Heinold nets 38

Talk about a one-girl show.

Taylor Heinold was all that for Immaculata in a 61-36 triumph at Eden in a non-league basketball game Wednesday night. Not only did the senior outscore the Raiders in the opening quarter, she scored all 17 of her team’s points on the way to a career-high 38-point game. The Eden team had only six points in that period. Heinold also had 15 rebounds and six blocked shots.

Heinold, who is second on the Bears’ all-time scoring list, has accepted a scholarship to play at Daemen College, which will be an NCAA Division II member next year. The daughter of former Canisius College player Chris Heinold signed her national letter of intent Wednesday.

North topples Jamestown

Host Williamsville North (7-7, 5-4 ECIC I) spoiled Jamestown’s perfect record in league play, defeating the Red Raiders, 55-47. Jamestown (11-3, 8-1 ECIC I) is ranked No. 3 among WNY large schools. Claire Ahearn (17 points) and Erica Taplin (13) led the Spartans, who came out strong, jumping to a 17-2 lead.

Playing at home, Mount St. Mary threw a minor scare into unbeaten Sacred Heart in the Monsignor Martin Association. The Thunder outscored the Sharks, 13-2, in the third quarter to close what had been a 16-point deficit to five (33-28), before the No. 1 ranked large school team in Western New York pulled away for a 44-36 victory. It was only the second time this season that the Sharks won by less than a double-digit margin.

La’Trice Hall led Sacred Heart (17-0, 10-0 Monsignor Martin) with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Emma Sullivan had 13 points and Shannon Pelitera 10 for Mount St. Mary.

Clarence wrestlers roll on

Clarence (14-1, 8-0 ECIC I), ranked No. 1 among large schools, won 12 of 15 weight classes in a 56-11 triumph over Jamestown in wrestling.

The Red Devils got major decisions from Dylan Arena (96 pounds) and Austin Czaja (126), and decisions by Brendan Arena (113), Austin Krawczyk (138), Pat Spoth (160), Ryan Schlager (182) and Nick Audino (220). while Brandon Glauber (132), Nate Schwab (152), Jake Weber (170), Travis Griner (195) and Nate Ward (285) won by pins.

Lake Shore’s Oshea Rogers won a 10-3 decision in the final match at 152 pounds to give the Eagles (5-0) a 34-33 triumph over Iroquois (6-1) in a meet between the two top teams in ECIC II. Lake Shore was ranked No. 3 and Iroquois No. 4 in large school rankings.