WILSON — The Salamanca boys lacrosse team bounced back from a loss to Akron by jumping on Wilson early in Tuesday night’s road game.

The Warriors (3-3) didn’t allow a first-half goal in taking a 7-0 halftime lead on the way to a 15-4 victory. Xavier Taylor led the way with nine points on six goals and three assists. Amos Whitcomb had three goals and four assists and Asa John added two goals and three assists. Ira John also scored twice for Salamanca, which plays host to Medina on Thursday.

Goalie Leo Capron made four saves in the win.

Taylor led the team with six ground balls collected. Ira Snyder had five and Talon Welch and Braden Siebert had four each.


Portville 14, Salamanca 0

SALAMANCA — DJ Hlasnick and Maxwell Yehl each registered two hits, while starting pitcher Nathan Kloc struck out 10 and allowed just one hit to pace the Panthers (4-1).

Lucas McKenna had four strikeouts for Salamanca (0-2).

Franklinville 15, Catt.-Little Valley 7, 5 inn.

CATTARAUGUS — Brock Blecha had two hits, including a double, and three RBI while Antonio Perez had two hits and Connor Burrell a double to key Franklinville (4-0).

Jason Young had a double for Cattaraugus-LV (2-2), which got 10 hits from 10 players.


Portville 19, Salamanca 4

SALAMANCA — Karly Welty (double, triple) finished 4-for-5 with two RBI and four runs scored and Sydney Colligan and Brooke DeYoe combined for 10 strikeouts and just two hits allowed to key Portville.

Kara Howard (double) was 3-for-4 with an RBI, Piper Slocum went 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI and Haley Unverdorben added three hits, with a double, three runs and three RBI for the Panthers (3-1, 1-1).

Kamryn Cook had a double and a run scored for Salamanca (0-4, 0-2).

Cattaraugus-Little Valley 12, Pine Valley 5

CATTARAUGUS — Lexi Wulf (triple, 2 RBI), Abby Minnekine (3 RBI) and Izzy Deliman (2 RBI) all contributed for Cattaraugus-LV, which was aided by 12 walks.

Winning pitcher Lexi Mikowicz needed only one strikeout for C-LV (3-3).

“Our defense helped out a lot,” C-LV coach Heather Kagelmacher said.


Randolph 30, Salamanca 25

Wellsville 34, Salamanca 21

Olean 28, Salamanca 27

Wellsville 34, Randolph 21

Wellsville 32, Olean 23

Randolph 30.5, Olean 24.5

SALAMANCA — Branson Morrison carded a 39, four strokes over par, in a sweep for Randolph (2-1, 1-0).

Kamdyn McClain led Olean (1-3) with a 43 and Keegan Bellisle had a 45, Keehan O’Grady had a 42 for Wellsville (4-0) and Brandon Milanowski led Salamanca (0-6) with a 45.


Salamanca: Milanowski 45, Pond 47, Hedlund 54, Blakesslee 58, Murphy 67

Randolph: Morrison 39, VanRensellear 51, Schreckengost 58, Rosengran 53, Schultz 54

Olean: McClain 43, Bellisle 45, Mest 54, Brush 67, Wilber 67

Wellsville: O’Grady 42, Bailey 49, Reed 46, Bierman 52, Caldwell 46