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More girls hoops from Friday night

Key wins by Iroquois, East and Kenmore West are detailed in the High School Extra in Saturday's paper.

Here are some more facts and figures from Friday night's girls basketball action:

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Williamsville East's Taylor Klun had a career-high 20 points on 8-of-11 shooting along with nine rebounds as the Flames (9-3, 7-1) routed neighbor Williamsville South, 51-25, in ECIC II.

Corrin Genovese had a career-high 27 points as well as 11 steals as Williamsville North moved to 12-3 and 8-3 in ECIC I play with a 54-44 victory at West Seneca West.

Kerry McPhee's layup in the final seconds have Hamburg a two-point lead and Julie Hagner added two free throws to give the Bulldogs a 48-44 ECIC I victory over visiting Clarence.

Gaelynn Ryan had a career-high 17 points as Amherst beat Depew, 66-64. The Tigers moved to
7-5 and 4-3 in ECIC III while Depew is 8-4 and 7-3.

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Laura Sciarrino had 19 points and 12 rebounds while Colleen Raab had 10 points and five steals as Nardin (6-6, 2-2) cruised to a 65-29 win at Cardinal O'Hara (10-5, 3-3).

Melissa Graham scored 12 points to lead Mount Mercy (7-3, 3-3) to a 54-30 victory over Buffalo Seminary (6-6).

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Sarah Hansen (24 points, 10 rebounds) and Joanna Fretthold (17 points, 12 rebounds) helped a North Tonawanda team which has been missing several players due to illness or injury win its first game, 55-43, over Alden (1-9).

Jessica Curry had 14 points and 17 rebounds while Sam Buckner had 16 rebounds as Wilson (10-3, 6-1) rolled to a 64-29 was all over CSAT (3-8, 2-5).

Hannah Herc had 14 points and 18 rebounds and Jenna Phillips scored 15 as Eden beat Cleveland Hill, 40-13.

---Keith McShea


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Keith McShea

Keith McShea

Keith McShea has covered high school sports at The News since his hiring in 1999. The 1995 University at Buffalo graduate and Long Island native (North Babylon Bulldogs) covers — and live blogs — everything from scrimmages to state championships & helps head The News' All-Western New York selections.

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