Aaron Davis accomplished something he had never done before on the basketball court on Friday night. The North Tonawanda junior had his first career triple-double in a 72-58 win over Lew-Port in the Niagara Frontier League. Davis finished with 20 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists.
Davis already has 1,150 career points and is likely to become the Jacks' all-time scorer. The current record-holder happens to be his coach - Erik O'Bryan, who finished his career with 1,303 points.
We have plenty of high school sports coverage in Saturday's paper; here are some other noteworthy performances from a busy Friday night:
NIAGARA FRONTIER LEAGUE: Ethan Randall scored 11 of his 17 points in the decisive third quarter as Lockport downed Kenmore East, 74-59. ...Jonas Stalyga had 23 points for Grand Island in a 58-32 win over Niagara-Wheatfield.
ECIC I: Jason Norsen had 22 points and Pete Morgante 17 as Frontier handled Clarence, 80-48.
NIAGARA-ORLEANS: Roy-Hart outscored CSAT 5-0 in overtime on its way to a 39-34 win. Corey Callaghan had 15 points and Rich Francisconi 12 for the Rams.
CCAA II: Joe Bowman had 25 points and 14 rebounds and Scott Shaffer added 19 points with 11
boards in Frewsburg's 63-48 win over Portville.
MONSIGNOR MARTIN: Nardin held Mount Mercy to 14 points in the first half and went on to win, 50-41. Alicia Jancevski scored all seven of her points in the fourth quarter and had five steals. Laura Sciarrino led the Gators with 11 points and 12 rebounds.
ECIC II: Sarah Marcus had 15 points and seven rebounds for as Williamsville South outscored Starpoint, 23-6, in the second half of a 41-27 win. ... Ellie Allen had 24 points and 10 rebounds and Jenaye Tyno added 12 points with six boards as Sweet Home downed West Seneca East, 69-43.
ECIC III: Ashling Flannery had 19 points and 14 rebounds as ECIC III champion Pioneer defeated Cheektowage, 80-35.
NIAGARA-ORLEANS: Ashley Scrinzi shot 10 of 11 from the floor and finished with 22 points in Roy-Hart's 72-43 win over CSAT. ... Baylee Hapeman had 12 points and Casey Button had 10 rebounds and six steals as Albion topped Akron, 50-20.
NONLEAGUE: Tara Quinn's 18 points led Immaculata to a 52-31 win over Iroquois.
---Mary Jo Monnin