Special Note & Update: Angie Medzie was able to locate a program from the 2006 Kozel Game which lists Krysten's career stats. Along with the Total Games (100 -#1) and Career Treys (154-#2), it also
documents her 883 career points scored. And that she led the Lady Bisons in scoring at 12.8 points per game and assists (4.6). While we are happy to make this addition to the Lady Bison records we are also embarrassed that it has taken us so long. Our apologies to Krysten and much thanks to Angie for pointing out the error and her efforts in finding these stats.
- Paul
Lady Bison Career Leaders & " Family Affair " -
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Basketball ~
All-Time Scoring :
1.    1644, Amanda Swanson
2.    1384, Jessica Porter
3.    1260, Heather Jacobs
4.    1165, Alayna Ryan
5.    1139, Mika Lugue
6.     986, Brenda Clapsadle
7.     947, Breanna Peters
8.     886, Cheryl Howard
9.     883, Krysten Medzie
10.   819, Meghan Rich
11.   726, Dakota Farmery
12.   700, Michelle Billotte
13.   693, Megan Fannin
14.   664, Tracey Honko
15.   612, Emily Ryan
Total Games Played :
1.  100, Krysten Medzie
2.    99, Meghan Rich
3.    97, Jessica Porter
3.    97, Amanda Swanson
5.    95, Mika Lugue
5.    95, Megan Fannin
5.    95, Jayme Ryan
 
8.    93, Kristen Aveni
9.    92, Amber Byerly
9.    92, Elizabeth Peters
11.   91, Heather Jacobs
11.   91, Amanda Weaver
11.   91, Alayna Ryan
14.   85, Cheryl Howard
14.   85, Emily Ryan
Career 3-Point Field Goals :
1.   161, Amanda Swanson
2.   154, Krysten Medzie
3.   138, Jayme Ryan 
4.   132, Jessica Porter
5.   123, Megan Fannin
6.   116, Tracey Honko
7.     98, Meghan Rich
8.     92, Mika Lugue
9.     86, Megan Durandetta
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10.   82, Esther Fink
11.   63, Abby Stewart
12.   50, Margo Castagnolo
These stats are current as of the end of the 2018-2019 Season.
Of all of these ladies, only two - Jessica Porter and Amanda Swanson - appear on all four
lists; Mika Lugue, Megan Fannin, Meghan Rich and Krysten Medzie are on three. 

Brenda Clapsadle's 986 All-Time points is the highest of any player not listed in Total
Games and Tracey Honko is the only player to have ranked in both scoring categories;
All-Time and Treys - without also being listed in Total Games.   
 
ALPHABETICAL ~
PLAYER & GRAD YEAR
Kristen Aveni - 2004
Nicole Beauseigneur - 1993
Michelle Billotte - 1991
Kim Bowman - 1985
Amber Byerly - 2010
Margo Castagnolo - 2016
Brenda Clapsadle - 1980
Megan Durandetta - 2021
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Megan Fannin - 2005
Dakota Farmery - 2013
Esther Fink - 2002
Rachel Glenny - 2016
Tracey Honko - 1996
Cheryl Howard - 2001
Heather Jacobs - 1994
Mika Lugue - 1993
Sharon McCartney - 1988
Tammy Malinich - 1986
Krysten Medzie - 2006
Tesa Miller - 2020
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Breanna Peters - 2013
Elizabeth Peters - 2010
Jessica Porter - 2000
Meghan Rich - 2005
Alayna Ryan - 2019
Emily Ryan - 2016
Jayme Ryan - 2010
Elizabeth Sopic - 2007
Abby Stewart - 2000
Amanda Swanson - 2000
Amanda Weaver - 2003
Michelle Welker - 2006
ALL-TIME
SCORING


700 (12)



986 (6)

693 (13)
726 (11)


664 (14)
886 (8)
1260 (3)
1139 (5)


883 (9)

947 (7)

1384 (2)
819 (10)
1165 (4)
612 (15)



1644 (1)
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TOTAL
GAMES 
93 (8)



92 (9T)



95 (5T)




85 (14T)
91 (11T)
95 (5T)


100 (1)

92 (9T)
97 (3T)
99 (2)
91 (11T)
91 (11T)
85 (14T)
95 (5T)


97 (3T)
91 (11T)
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CAREER
REBOUNDS
680 (3)
433 (15)

476 (13)
533 (8)




714 (2)

482 (12)




579 (6)
506 (11)

474 (14)
765 (1)

546 (7)




646 (4)

524 (9)
522 (10)
601 (5)
CAREER
TREYS 





50 (12)

86 (9)
123 (5)

82 (10)

116 (6)


92 (8)


154 (2)


132 (4)
98 (7)



138 (3)

63 (11)
161 (1)
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A few years back Notre Dame Athletics posted a nice article on their website about C.H.S. Graduate
John Lytle, pointing out John's "Family Tradition" - that John and siblings Brian and Megan were
all Bison and Collegiate swimmers.

Lady Bison Basketball boasts a few Family Traditions as well and as you read the current roster or looked through the lists above you may have seen some familiar names and wondered about the
connections.    We document some of them here, in no particular order ~
Lady Bison Basketball - it's a Family Affair
Surely there have to be lots of others, so please help us out ~

                                             Please contact us with more entries or corrections.
We normally post newer entries at the bottom but this is one that works on a couple levels so
I'm putting it on top. Lady Bison player
Colleen Mc Laughlin graduated in 1995, went away to
college and then sometime in the early years of Coach C's head coaching stint, worked the #3
Lady Bison spot behind Joey & Jerry, the very spot that Stan worked for 13 Seasons. She later
married Coach Solarczyk's son David, making Colleen and Coach Stan daughter / father-in-law.
And in one final connection of Colleen with Joey C. (and me), for several summers she worked
at the Steak-On-A-Stick trailer at the County Fair where she first met co-worker and future
husband David. Top that one !

2010 Grad
Amber Byerly's Mom Tammy (Malinich) played back in the 80's.  Amber is now
#8 Rebounder (533) while Tammy is #11 (506). They are the only Mother/Daughter combo on
any of our All-Time Lists.

Elizabeth Peters (CHS-'10) and Breanna Peters (CHS-'13, #1 Rebounds) are sisters; their uncle
Eric Lutz preceded Coach "C" as Lady Bison Head Coach here in the late 90's and is now Girl's
Basketball Head Coach at Smethport.

Gwenn Porter (CHS-'10) and Meghan Rich (CHS-'05, on three lists above) are first cousins;
Jessica Porter (CHS-'00, all four lists) is Gwenn's second cousin.

2019 Grad
Alayna Ryan ('19, #4 All-Time Scorer) & Emily Ryan ('16, #15 All-Time Scorer) are
sisters and some sort of cousins to first cousins
Jayme Ryan (#3 in Treys, #5T Total Games, current
Freshmen Coach) and
Johanna Ryan (CHS-'11). And so the Sopics (see below) don't outdo the Ryans,
Alayna & Emily's younger sister
Abby will be a Lady Bison next season.

Maggie Sopic (CHS, '15) and sisters Madison ('10) and Elizabeth ('07,#4 All-Time Rebounder)
all played at C.H.S.

Annie Janocko (CHS-'09, current Assistant/JV Coach) and Mallory Janocko (CHS-'07) are first cousins.

Sisters
Abby Stewart (CHS-'00, #11 in Treys) and Corie Stewart (CHS-'03) are former Assistant/JV
Coach Jerry Stewart's daughters.

Coach Castagnolo's daughter
Margo (CHS '16, #12 Treys) played at C.H.S. as a Lady Bison.

Sarah (Leitzinger) Proud ('01) played here alongside younger sister Rachel ('03)

Emily Aveni (CHS '15) was preceded here by older sister Kristen (#3, Rebounds, CHS  '04)

Brooke Jordan (CHS-'07) and her aunt Erin "Air" Jordan (CHS-'91) were CHS standouts one
generation apart.

#10 All-Time Rebounder
Amanda Weaver ('03) played here with younger sister Amber ('05).

#6 Rebounder
Sharon Mc Cartney's (CHS-'88) younger sister Kathy played here several years later,
graduating with Michelle Billotte & Erin Jordan.
( Information courtesy Erin Jordan )
ladybisonsports.org
Graduation years are noted below
in the alphabetical compilation.
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Career Rebounds :
1.    765, Breanna Peters
2.    714, Dakota Farmery
3.    680, Kristen Aveni
4.    646, Elizabeth Sopic
5.    601, Michelle Welker
6.    579, Sharon Mc Cartney
7.    546, Jessica Porter
8.    533, Amber Byerly
9.    524, Amanda Swanson
10.  522, Amanda Weaver 
11.  506, Tammy (Malinich) Byerly
12.  482, Rachel Glenny
13.  476, Kim Bowman
14.  474, Tesa Miller
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15.  433, Nicole Beauseigneur