For the second time in just over a week, the No. 1 small school in Western New York proved to be too much for the Springville girls basketball team.
The Griffins visited Iroquois in Elma for another big non-league test on Tuesday, and lost 65-35.
Logan Streety led Iroquois with 24 points and Emily McLaughlin had 22 points.
Ivette Lewandowski led the Griffins with 15 points in the loss, while Mackenzie Owens scored eight points.
Springville (12-7) is set to close the regular season on Thursday, visiting Pioneer.

Photo by Jaime Dickinson Springville’s Nyah Solly drives to the basket against Iroquois during a girls basketball game Monday night in Springville.
Photo by Jaime Dickinson Springville’s Belle Oakley looks for someone to pass to against Iroquois during a girls basketball game Monday night in Springville.
Photo by Jaime Dickinson Springville senior Jess Engel battles through the Iroquois defense in the paint during a girls basketball game Monday night in Springville.
Photo by Jaime Dickinson Meg Rehauraer shoots a jumper for Springville against Iroquois during a girls basketball game Monday night in Springville.

Springville 59, Cheektowaga 21
Springville hit the road on Saturday and claimed a big victory, led by Ivette Lewandowski’s 25 points, seven rebounds, five blocks and four assists in Cheektowaga.
Mackenzie Owens added 16 points, nine boards and four steals and Nyah Solly had 11 points, nine rebounds and five steals. Meg Rehrauer chipped in nine rebounds and Bella Oakley had eight blocks and seven boards.

Iroquois 61, Springville 43
The No. 1 small school (Class B and under) girls basketball team in Western New York visited Springville-Griffith Institute on Feb. 10, and handed the Griffins a loss.
Iroquois took an 18-point lead by halftime, taking advantage of the Griffins playing most of the half without Nyah Solly and Mackenzie Owens.
“With those two players out it changed the strategy of the defense and made (us) adapt offensively with the change in personnel,” coach Bob Gainey said. “Unfortunately, the girls had far too many turnovers in the first half which led to an 18 point deficit at halftime. The girls started the third quarter on fire as the starters returned to the court and cut it to 9 points. Unfortunately, the deficit was too steep and the girls eventually walked away with the loss.”
Ivette Lewandowski led Springville with 21 points and Belle Oakley was named Character Athlete of the Game.
Emily McLaughlin and Logan Streety had 22 points each for Iroquois (15-1).