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 Aly Hill - September 9-14, 2019

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Aly Hill - September 9-14, 2019

Senior midfielder Aly Hill helped lead the Salamanca girls soccer team to two victories in three games last week, scoring three goals. Hill, a six-year starter, scored twice in a 3-2 league loss at Randolph on Thursday and scored another in a 3-1 victory over Christian Central Academy on Saturday. She now has a team-high six goals on the season. Along with her goal-scoring last week, Hill has earned praise from coaches Kirsten Furlong and Michelle Hill for her verbal direction on the fi eld, offensively and defensively, helping guide her teammates in maintaining possession through patience and having composure.


 Lucas McKenna - September 9-14, 2019

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Lucas McKenna - September 9-14, 2019

Junior quarterback Lucas McKenna led the Salamanca football team’s offense through the air and the ground to its fi rst victory of the season on Friday at Cattaraugus-Little Valley. McKenna completed 10-of-15 passes for 113 yards and two touchdowns despite strong winds throughout the night. He also had a team-high 122 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries. The performance gives him three rushing touchdowns and three passing touchdowns through two games entering Salamanca’s non-league home game against Gowanda/Pine Valley on Friday at Veterans Park.


 Rachel Chamberlain - September 16-21, 2019

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Rachel Chamberlain - September 16-21, 2019

In her fourth season as a starter for the Salamanca girls soccer team, Rachel Chamberlain is showing strong senior leadership. While small in stature, Chamberlain can put long, powerful shot on goal. Chamberlain had a goal and four assists over two victories last week. In a 7-0 win over Cattaraugus-Little Valley, Chamberlain netted one goal and two assists. Two days later, she had two more assists in a 3-0 win over Franklinville. 


 Emma Lightner - September 16-21, 2019

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Emma Lightner - September 16-21, 2019

A key singles player for the Salamanca girls tennis team, Emma Lightner has won four straight matches through last week. Lightner beat opponents from Jamestown (6-2, 6-3), Frewsburg (6-2, 7-5), Southwestern (6-2, 6-2) and Chautauqua Lake (6-6 T-7-3, 6-4). With her win against Chautauqua Lake, Lightner avenged an early-season loss.


 Jordan Ray - September 16-21, 2019

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Jordan Ray - September 16-21, 2019

The senior captain for the Salamanca girls swimming and diving team, Jordan Ray is a valuable multi-event swimmer and leader for the “Swimmin’ Women.” “She leads through her hard work in the water and her vocal ability to motivate and direct,” coach Laurie Lafferty-John said. “She is a utility player for us, with the ability to swim various events and place anywhere we put her.” Ray has qualifi ed for the Class C sectionals in the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke and has claimed several first-place fi nishes so far this season.


 Laila Zolner - September 23-28, 2019

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Laila Zolner - September 23-28, 2019

Sophomore Laila Zolner is already in her third year onthe varsity girls soccer team at Salamanca and leads the Lady Warriors’ back line as the central defender. Coach  Michelle Hill said despite a “tough week” with losses to Ellicottville and Portville, “there is one thing that we can always count on ... the heart and hustle of Laila Zolner.” “She may be petite, however, she is never tentative about laying her body on the line to make a defensive save for the Lady Warriors. She is always tasked with watching the biggest offensive threat of our opponents and she does so with confi dence.”

 Jarrett McKenna - September 16-21, 2019

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Jarrett McKenna - September 16-21, 2019

Senior Jarrett McKenna helped the Salamanca football team climb above .500 with its win over Gowanda, 28-6, on Friday at Veterans Memorial Park. McKenna scored a touchdown on a “pick-six” interception return in the fi rst quarter, giving the Warriors an early 14-0 lead after the extra point. He also recovered a fumble, accounting for two of the team’s four turnovers of the Panthers, and had a 20-yard catch on offense.



 Justin Blakesslee - September 23-28, 2019

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Justin Blakesslee - September 23-28, 2019

Last week netted two goals and two assists for Salamanca senior Justin Blakesslee. Blakesslee scored a goal and had two assists in the Warriors’ 4-0 victory over Pine Valley. He also had the team’s lone goal in a 5-1 loss to Randolph on Wednesday.


 Jem Yarbour - September 23-28, 2019

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Jem Yarbour - September 23-28, 2019

Sophomore Jem Yarbour has qualifi ed for the Section 6 Class C meet in two individual events and counting as the season winds down for the Salamanca girls swimming and diving team. Yarbour swims on Salamanca’s top relay teams and is a sectional qualifier in the 100-yard butterfly and 50 freestyle and is close to doing so in the100 backstroke. Assistant coach Laurie Lafferty-John called her one of the Salamanca’s hardest workers and appropriately named as a “gem” of the team. “She inspires her teammates and the coaching staff with Her endless
smile and positive attitude,” Lafferty-John said. “Jem is unselfi sh and swims with the heart of a champion.”


 Brooke Kettle - September 23-28, 2019

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Brooke Kettle - September 23-28, 2019

While wins have been hard to come by so far for the Salamanca girls tennis team, coach Rich Morton can always count on positive leadership and strong play from Brooke Kettle. A junior, Kettle has played first singles all season and along with Maeghan Collins, sets a strong example for her teammates: “They have done an outstanding job this season and a great leaders in our program,” Morton said. In last Tuesday’s match against Falconer, Kettle tested Falconer’s top player, Macy Youngberg, before falling 6-4, 6-1.


 Maeghan Collins - Sept. 29 - Oct. 5, 2019

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Maeghan Collins - Sept. 29 - Oct. 5, 2019

Junior Maeghan Collins has won her last two matches as the second singles player for the Salamanca girls tennis  team. Collins won against Jamestown 7-5 (tiebreaker) on Tuesday, 6-1 and against Frewsburg 6-2, 1-6, 6-4 on Friday. “Maeghan is a junior and one of the leaders on our team,” coach Rich Morton said. “Maeghan is an outstanding student/athlete and has a great work ethic.”


 Camryn Quigley - Sept. 29 - Oct. 5, 2019

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Camryn Quigley - Sept. 29 - Oct. 5, 2019

As an 8th grader, Camryn Quigley has found her niche and is already a huge contributor for the SHS “Swimmin’ Women” girls swimming and diving team. Quigleyhas placed and earned Salamanca team points in every meet she has swam in. “Camryn has a sense of maturity
and work ethic that puts her above many of her peers,” coach Laurie Lafferty-John noted. “She has proven she understands the concept of team and has fi lled voids in our lineup numerous times when no one else would. Her improvements in her times and technique has really been a joy to watch.” Quigley has qualifi ed for the Class C sectional meet in the 100 breaststroke, 100 butterfl y, and is two-tenths (0.2) of a second away in the 200 individual medley.


 Ryleigh John - Sept. 29 - Oct. 5, 2019

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Ryleigh John - Sept. 29 - Oct. 5, 2019

Junior Ryleigh John made a huge impact for the Lady Warrior girls soccer team as it went 2-0 for the week. In Salamanca’s with the Randolph Cardinals, a determined John scored scored two goals and assisted teammate Hayli Wilson on another as the Warriors won 4-0. Ryleigh was also the positive motivation during the team’s halftime talk,” coach Michelle Hill said. “Her hustle, pep talk and determined play helped lead the team to a 4-0 win. “(Ryleigh) works consistently hard in practice, accepts critiques from the coaching staff and shows her love of the game in the way that she battles in every single game.” Salamanca defeated Cattaraugus-Little Valley 3-1 and while John didn’t tally a point, she created multiple offensive opportunities to help keep the defense of the Timberwolves busy.


 Isaac Brown - October 7-12, 2019

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Isaac Brown - October 7-12, 2019

Junior Isaac Brown scored two touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving, and ran for a seasonhigh yardage total in the Salamanca football team’s 48-32 victory at Clyde-Savannah after a long road trip for the Warriors on Friday. He scored Salamanca’s second touchdown of
the game, with a 15-yard reception from quarterback Lucas McKenna. In the fourth quarter, he ripped off a 61-yard run to help put the game out of reach. Brown had a total of 99 yards on 11 carries and also led the team in receptions, with four for 63 yards.


 Emma Fiske - October 7-12, 2019

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Emma Fiske - October 7-12, 2019

A fourth-year varsity player on the Salamanca girls soccer team and scored her fi rst goal of the season on Tuesday against Franklinville in a 3-2 victory. Coach Michelle Hill said Fiske crashing the far post showed her intelligence on the field, and she nearly scored an Identical goal on Thursday in the team’s loss to Ellicottville. “She has been a joy to coach, as she is genuinely friendly, hard working and cares about her teammates,” Hill said. “Emma is literally one of the smartest players on the team; her soccer smarts are what led to her first goal of the season during the league match up and win against Franklinville. This was just the spark that the team needed. (We) had already beaten the Panthers twice this season, and it is a diffi cult feat to win a third match up. “Emma has an incredibly positive attitude and work ethic that all coaches strive for their athletes to have.”


 Myra Breazeale - October 7-12, 2019

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Myra Breazeale - October 7-12, 2019

Sophomore Myra Breazeale has been reliable all season for the Salamanca girls swimming and diving team. Last week, her coaches credited her for keeping the team in meets against Allegany-Limestone and Chautauqua Lake, earning some points and providing depth.
“Myra is a huge pillar for the Swimmin’ Women,” coach Laurie Lafferty- John said “She leads by example in her work ethic and commitment to this team.” She also makes an impact as a vocal leader, giving both compassion and “tough love,” Lafferty-John said.
“All teams need athletes with grit, guts and determination and that is Mrya for us. She will never walk away from a challenge. It is visibly apparent that she gives everything she has when she competes. She just doesn’t know any other way to be, and that alone creates good
vibes and inspiration to our coaches and her teammates.”


 Sam Oakes - October 14-19, 2019

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Sam Oakes - October 14-19, 2019

Sam Oakes has recently qualifi ed for the Section 6 Class C meet in the 100-yard butterfly for the Salamanca swimming and divingteam. Coach Laurie Lafferty-John called Oakes “incredibly dedicated,” never missing a practice for the team. “(Sam’s) work ethic is impressive and the desire to improve and try new events is something that keeps everyone rooting for him,” Lafferty-John said. “The amount of pride that came out when he hit that (qualifying) time had the team erupting with enthusiasm. Numerous times Sam has swam back to back events without complaint and you can always depend on getting 110 percent from this eager to please swimmer. He has been a pleasure to coach and we look forward to Sam Oakes his senior year continuing to improve.”


 Mariah Downey - October 14-19, 2019

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Mariah Downey - October 14-19, 2019

Freshman Mariah Downey has started nearly every game at forward in her first year as a varsity member of the Salamanca Lady Warrior Soccer Team. Downey is fourth on the team in points, which combined goals and assists, and had an assist on one of Ryleigh John’s goals in a 4-2 loss to Portville last Tuesday.“She has a natural hunger to score, but is also learning to have vision in setting up her teammates in the fi nal third of the field,” coach Michelle Hill said. “With continued development, hard work and positivity, Mariah will achieve great things over the next three years. “


 Sharee Armstrong - October 21-26, 2019

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Sharee Armstrong - October 21-26, 2019

A freshman first-year member on the Salamanca varsity girls soccer team, Sharee Armstrong scored her first goal of the season in a crucial situation on Wednesday. Armstrong’s goal early in the second half tied the Warriors’ playoff game against Randolph, 2-2. Prior to the playoffs, Armstrong had missed a week with an injury and had one practice before the game. “Sharee defi nitely was a spark coming off of the bench for (us),” coach Michelle Hill said. “She played with composure and did not shy away from the physicality side of the game. Her intensity and smart play led to Sharee scoring her first goal of the season. “Sharee has been a pleasure to coach because she consistently works hard without complaint. She certainly has a bright future in the game of soccer.”


 Alicia Fiske - October 21-26, 2019

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Alicia Fiske - October 21-26, 2019

A rookie to the Salamanca varsity swimming and diving team, sophomore Alicia Fiske has portrayed herself as a veteran swimmer, coach Michala Redeye said. Fiske has consistently raced in the freestyle and backstroke, but her coaches “can’t wait to see what the next two seasons hold for her.” “(Fiske) has been an amazing asset to our team in so many ways,” Redeye said. “Starting out not having any prior competitive swim experience, Alicia has not backed down from any challenges. She has not missed a practice and swims anything we ask of her. She has not only contributed points to the team but what she brings in her awesome personality is so much more than we could ever ask for.”


 Mikaela Tennity - October 28 - November 2, 2019

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Mikaela Tennity - October 28 - November 2, 2019

As just a 7th grader, Mikaela Tennity competes at the varsity level for the Salamanca “Swimmin’ Women.” Joining the team with experience on the Salamanca Area Aquatic Club, Tennity quickly became a point getter for the varsity team. “She is a little dynamo,” coach Laurie Lafferty-John said. “With a petite frame, one should not underestimate this young girl. When it comes down to who will touch the wall first, our money is on Mikaela because when it comes to racing she wants to win. It’s exciting watching her in the water.” A natural breaststroke swimmer, Tennity swims the 200 individual medley, one of the hardest events in the meet, and always accept that challenge, Lafferty-John said. Recently, she swam the 500 freestyle for just the second time and improved by more than 25 seconds, close to qualifying to the Class C sectional meet.


 Trevor Ellis - October 28 - November 2, 2019

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Trevor Ellis - October 28 - November 2, 2019

Salamanca’s varsity football season came to a close on Friday as the Warriors fell on the road to top-seeded Franklinville/Ellicottville, but sophomore Trevor Ellis turned in a strong performance in the Warriors’ finale. A 5-foot-5, 140-pound junior, Ellis stepped up for eight tackles, including seven solo, to lead the Warriors’ defense at linebacker. He finished the season at second on the team in tackles.
Ellis also had a team-high 18 rushing yards as the Warriors faced a tough F/E defense.


 Jarod White - December 9-14, 2019

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Jarod White - December 9-14, 2019

Junior center Jarod White had two more big games as he helped the Salamanca boys basketball team battle Allegany-Limestone (a 56-44 loss) and degeat Royalton-Hartland (91-55), averaging 10.5 points, seven rebounds and two blocks in that span.  

On the season, White is averaging 11.4 points per game and seven rebounds per game.  


 Trevor Ellis - December 30 - January 4, 2020

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Trevor Ellis - December 30 - January 4, 2020

Salamanca Junior Trevor Ellis led the Warriors' wrestling team over the weekend by winning his weight class at the annual Ripley Invitational Varsity Tournament.  

Ellis went 3-0 to win the 126-pound bracket on Saturday, including a 9-2 decision over Brighton's Lucas Mark for the championship.  

Salamanca competes in the Franklinville Tournament this Saturday staring at 9 a.m.


 Aaron George - January 6-11, 2020

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Aaron George - January 6-11, 2020

Senior guard Aaron George had two strong performances as the  Salamanca boys basketball team went 1-1 last week. In the Warriors’ league opener Tuesday against Randolph, George had 13 points and five assists in a 59-45 loss to the No. 7 team in the state in Class C. He helped the Warriors bounce back on Friday, scoring 22 points with six assists and four rebounds in a 70-42 victory over Portville. 


 Quinton Jones - January 6-11, 2020

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Quinton Jones - January 6-11, 2020

Freshman Quinton Jones continues to lead the Salamanca boys bowling team, as shown in the Warriors’ 2-2 split with Allegany-Limestone on Tuesday. Jones rolled his season-high game with a 258 and finished with a 637. It was his second-best performance on at Good Times of Olean, after a 676 against Hinsdale earlier in the season, for an average of 218 on the Good Times lanes.


 Jaeden Hubbard - Jan. 13-18, 2020

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Jaeden Hubbard - Jan. 13-18, 2020

Junior forward Jaeden Hubbard posted back-to-back double-doubles while helping lead the Salamanca girls basketball team to a pair of victories last week. On Monday, Hubbard had 14 points, 12 rebounds, three steals and two blocks in a 48-41 win at Cattaraugus-Little Valley. She followed it up with 10 points, 10 rebounds and three steals in a 41-32 win over North Collins on Thursday. The leading rebounder on the team, Hubbard has grabbed double-digit boards in eight of her 11 games so far this season.


 Jarod White - Jan. 13-18, 2020

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Jarod White - Jan. 13-18, 2020

Junior center Jarod White has recorded a double-double in his last four games for the Salamanca boys basketball team, including a career-high 30 points with 11 rebounds on Friday night. White had 10 points and 10 rebounds in an 84-32 win over Falconer on Tuesday, then 30 and 11 in a 67-62 loss to Silver Creek Friday. On the season, he’s averaging 12.4 points and 8.3 rebounds for the Warriors (8-4).


 Jarrett McKenna - Jan. 20-25, 2020

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Jarrett McKenna - Jan. 20-25, 2020

Senior point guard Jarrett McKenna helped a dramatic comeback attempt in the Warriors’ non-league visit to Lake Shore on Tuesday night. McKenna made multiple key shots in the fourth quarter as the Warriors went on a 15-0 run to take a one-point lead with just 1:30 to go. While the Warriors wound up losing the game 55-53, McKenna finished with 13 points and four steals. On Thursday, McKenna had four points, three steals, three rebounds and three assists in the team’s 76-32 win.


 Nizhoni Kennedy - Jan. 27 - February 1

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Nizhoni Kennedy - Jan. 27 - February 1

By the end of last week, senior Nizhoni Kennedy helped lead the Salamanca girls basketball team into a tie for fi rst place in the CCAA East II division. Kennedy had a team-high 16 points with eight rebounds in 53-35 win over Ellicottville on Friday, avenging the Warriors’ only league loss to date and improving to 4-1 in league play. Kennedy also had 13 points, six rebounds, two blocks and two steals in a 47-42 loss to Hinsdale on Monday. Salamanca was set to visit Pine Valley on Tuesday, then play host to Cattaraugus-Little Valley on Friday.


 Eric Murphy - Jan. 27 - February 1

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Eric Murphy - Jan. 27 - February 1

After a solid start to his junior season with the Salamanca boys bowling team, his fi rst as a starter, Eric Murphy heated up to close the year. Through the fi rst 23 games of the season, Murphy averaged 150. But in the team’s last nine games, Murphy had four 200 games (204, 208, 211, and 200), and his fi rst three 500 games (546, 564, 511) of his career. “Normally a big jump in average from one year to the next would be 10 pins,” coach Gene Jankowski said. “Anytime someone can improve by 10 pins, that is a huge help to the team’s success.
Eric has averaged 180 for the last nine games and jumped his average by a very impressive nine pins over this two-week span. I don’t think this is a case where Eric is on a hot streak of good bowling. I feel that he will continue to bowl well. His form and mindset are where they should be, and I do not see this changing.”


 Jarod White - February 3-9, 2020

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Jarod White - February 3-9, 2020

Junior center Jarod White helped the Salamanca boys basketball team go 2-0 last week, starting with a 25-point, six-rebound performance in the Warriors’ 67-47 victory at Portville on Monday. White followed up his big game with 10 points and 6 rebounds in an 84-22 win over
Falconer on Thursday. White has been in double-figure scoring in each of his last four games entering this week, and in nine of his last 10 overall. He leads the team in total scoring, rebounding and blocks this season.


 Emma Fiske - February 10-15, 2020

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Emma Fiske - February 10-15, 2020

A six-year varsity bowling career ended on a high note for Salamanca senior Emma Fiske last week, as she rolled an honor score for all six games she bowled in the Section 6 championships. Fiske’s six honor scores (150 or higher) were a fi rst for Salamanca girls bowlers in sectional competition under coach Gene Jankowski. She rolled games of 187, 155 and 153 for a team-high 495 series in the morning, and she followed it up with scores of 195, 162 and 165 in the afternoon for a 522 series, a personal and team high for the season. “I cannot think of a better way for her to fi nish six years of high school bowling,” coach Gene Jankowski said. “She has had some big games and good series the last few years. I am not surprised to see her bowl like this to end her career.”


 Kylee Dowdy - February 10-15, 2020

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Kylee Dowdy - February 10-15, 2020

Senior center/forward Kylee Dowdy helped the Salamanca girls basketball team clinch a CCAA East II championship as it closed out league play last week. Dowdy started her week by scoring eight points with six rebounds in a 32- 25 win over Cattaraugus-Little Valley on Monday. The following day, the Warriors hit the road as Dowdy scored a team-high 20 points with eight rebounds in a 47-36 win at North Collins on Tuesday. Salamanca fi nished 7-1 in league play to win the championship. The Warriors visit Gowanda on Tuesday and North Collins again on Friday for non-league game.


 Lucus Brown - February 10-15, 2020

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Lucus Brown - February 10-15, 2020

As an eighth grader, Lucus Brown has already made an impact in his first varsity season for the Salamanca boys basketball team. He’s currently averaging 10 points, four rebounds and three assists per game. Brown had nine points and eight rebounds in a 63-53 road win at Silver Creek on Monday. He followed that up with 15 points, six assists and five rebounds in a 85-25 victory over Gowanda on Thursday night.


 Marla Warrior - Feb. 17-22, 2020

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Marla Warrior - Feb. 17-22, 2020

Junior Marla Warrior scored a team-high 14 points on Friday, leading the Salamanca varsity girls basketball team to a 58-38 win over North Collins to end the regular season. Warrior also had six points, three assists, two rebounds and a steal in a 46-41 loss at Gowanda on Tuesday. Salamanca fi nished the regular season at 8-11, winning eight of its final 12 and fi ve of its fi nal six, earning the No.
4 seed to play a home playoff opener against Ellicottville on Thursday.


 Jarod White - Feb 17-22, 2020

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Jarod White - Feb 17-22, 2020

Junior center Jarod White had 20 points and 10 rebounds for the Salamanca boys basketball team in a 68-48 victory at Ellicottville on Thursday. White’s performance in the Warriors’ regular season finale
was his seventh double-double of the season and his fourth time scoring 20 points or more in a game. Salamanca visits No. 4 Westfi eld as the No. 5 seed in Section 6 Class C2 on Friday.


 Aaron George - March 5-11, 2020

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Aaron George - March 5-11, 2020

Senior guard Aaron George scored 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting from the fi eld Friday night, including four threepointers, to lead the Salamanca boys basketball team to a playoff win at No. 4 Westfi eld. The Warriors won 69-46 in a Section 6 Class C2 quarterfi nal. George also had three assists and two steals. The Warriors won a quarterfi nal game for the first time in fi ve years, earning their fi rst trip to Jamestown Community College since 2015 for Tuesday night’s game against Randolph.


 Kylee Dowdy - March 5-11, 2020

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Kylee Dowdy - March 5-11, 2020

Senior forward Kylee Dowdy had a huge game in leading the Salamanca girls basketball team to a playoff-opening win on Friday night against Ellicottville. Dowdy scored a team-high 23 points and pulled down a team-best 16 rebounds in a 63-34 win over Ellicottville. Along with frontcourt teammate Jaeden Hubbard, Dowdy led a dominant inside presence for the Warriors. Salamanca earned its fi rst trip to Jamestown Community College for the sectional semifi nals since 2015, as the Warriors will play Holland on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.