GREECE ATHENA 43
PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 52
Matt Thaney scored 14 points and sophomore ben DiGiovanni added 13 as Sutherland, ranked No. 21 NYS Class A, improved to 5-0 on the season and handed Athena, No. 6 NYS Class A, its first loss of the season. Kevin Ryan added eight points for the Knights while Graham Schild and Craig Rosen had six apiece. Athena’s Christian Jones led all scorers with 16. Nigel Scantlebury had 10. Ryan Kubanka had nine points. Pat Meisenzahl and Melvin Council chipped in four apiece for the Trojans (3-1).
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 64
Junior Trevor Chamberlain scored eight of his team-high 22 points in the first quarter as the Cougars (3-1/2-0) jumped to a 15-4 lead before eventually having to erase a halftime deficit. Seniors Dan Hayes and Owen VanNewkirk each had 15 points. Batavia senior TeeSean Ayala connected seven times behind the arc and finished with a game-high 3o points. Senior Jonathan Liciaga had 13 points and fellow senior Steve Gilebarto had 11 for Batavia. After being outscored 24-11 in the second quarter, HFL came out of the locker room for the second half and outscored Batavia 22-11 in the third quarter.
GREECE ODYSSEY 58
Kyndal Taggart and Terrence Reed combined for 13 points in the first quarter as Eastridge jumped to a 20-10 lead. Sophomore Tony Arnold led Eastridge with 21 points while Taggart finished with 17. Reed added eight. Jalen Rose Hannah chipped in five. Robert Clark and Jaden Keech had four points apiece. Junior Travon Harper topped Greece Odyssey (3-2/0-1) with 17 points, followed by junior Ray Colbert with 15 and sophomore Jaden Hartsfield with 11. Eastridge (4-2/1-1) took a 38-25 point lead at the half.
GATES CHILI 45
Five different players put points on the board as Fairport (5-0/3-0) outscored Gates-Chili (3-1/1-1) 16-10 in the second quarter to erase an early deficit. Andrew Bartlett and Vanzell Johnson added nine points apiece for the Red Raiders. Ryan Lucey converted on 6-of-6 free throws and finished with eight points. Fairport hit eight of 10 from the charity stripe in the fourth quarter. Gates-Chili’s Keith Slack poured in a game-high 25 points in a losing effort. Slack connected twice behind the arc as the Spartans grabbed a 12-11 edge after eight minutes of play. The junior guard finished with four 3-pointers for the game and converted five of six free throws. Damon Austin added nine points and eight rebounds. Mark Morrison had three for the Spartans.
RUSH HENRIETTA 62
PITTSFORD MENDON 60
Junior Dan Cook posted a double-double (26 points, 13 rebounds) for Mendon. Juniors Michael Harrington (12 points) and Connor Krapf (10 points) added to the offense. Senior Connor Fisher led Canandaigua with 20 points.
CHURCHVILLE CHILI 49
GREECE ARCADIA 45
WEBSTER THOMAS 68 in OT
Senior Joe Luconte topped all scorers with 24 points, including the game-winning layup with four seconds to go in overtime. Sophomore Andrew Mason added 19 points and junior Garrett Reeves had 10 points. Spencerport had a pair of 20-plus point scorers: senior Alton Jones, Jr. with 22 points and senior Noah Mundt with 21 points.
BRIGHTON 60 in OT
Senior Amire Odey led Brockport with 28 points, including six points in overtime. Junior Emilio Ball added 18 points for Brockport. Senior Jasper Newman topped Brighton with 18 points, followed by senior Ryan Martin with 15 and junior Jack Falter with 13. Brockport took complete control of overtime from the start, outscoring Brighton in the extra period 24-2.
EDISON TECH 64
Sophomore Kobe Long netted 19 points and grabbed six rebounds for McQuaid, followed in scoring by sophomore Jermaine Taggart with 18 points and sophomore Reuben Daniel with 17 points. Senior Anthony Iglesia picked up a 14 point, 10 assist double-double for McQuaid. Junior Alton Knight topped Edison with 19 points, while senior Ryziere Wilson added 12 and senior Da’Shawn Sim-Jones had 11.
LEADERSHIP ACADEMY 95
Dezmere Ellis netted 15 of his team-high 23 points in the first quarter as Leadership raced to a 32-11 advantage en route to their third win in as many games. Shamir Mccullough added 21 points. Marcus Barr scored 12. Shaheem Britt chipped in nine and Davon Brown had eight. Devonta Goins paced Franklin with 21 points. The 5-foot-1 guard connected four times behind the arc and scored 14 of his points in the second half. Tahjir King and Tyree Spann added 11 apiece for the Quakers. Anthony Smith had eight, and Kentonio Kelly four. Leadership outscored Franklin 49-19 in the first half. The Lions are tied atop the RCAC Upper Division with the Monroe Redjackets.
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NE DOUGLAS 73
WORLD OF INQUIRY 74
Senior CeyQuan Salmon posted a double-double for World of Inquiry, scoring 28 points and grabbing 14 rebounds. Fellow senior Javonte Burrell added 13 points and junior Bobby Searight had 12, helping WOI improve to 4-1 on the season.
SOTA 73 in OT
Ethain Clarke DeSouza scored seven of his team-high 23 points in the third quarter as SOTA erased a nine-point halftime deficit. The freshman hit one of two 3-pointer on the night to go with two free throws and a field goal. Sophomore Logan Hayes hit five 3-pointers and finished with 17 points on the night. Junior Joe Denegal had 14 points and freshman Ke’vion Mitchell had 13. Senior Austin Croll led Perry with 29 points while senior Tyler Cowie netted 27.
BISHOP KEARNEY 55
ST. MARYS-MANHASSET 63
NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN 131
ROCHESTER ACADEMY 61
C.G. FINNEY 75
PENN YAN 51
Senior Dylan Stape led Penn Yan (5-0) with 13 points and seven rebounds, finishing seven for eight from the free throw line on the night. Senior Desmond Battin added a balance night of nine points, seven rebounds and five assists, while junior Will Rogers had nine points, eight rebounds and four assists. Junior Derek Slywka narrowly missed a double-double for Waterloo with 10 points, nine rebounds and three assists. Seniors Jake Webb (eight rebounds) and Tim Imhoff (seven rebounds) helped Slywka on the boards.
EAST ROCHESTER 56
NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT 28
Junior Benji Kemp topped Lyons on the boards with 15, complimented by junior Justice Smith’s nine. Smith also dished out eight assists. Senior Steven Heumann scored 13 points for Gananda and freshman Andrew Gabbard added 11 points. Gananda made a push for the win in the second half. After managing just 20 points in the first half, they scored 17 points in the third quarter and 16 in the fourth. However, the push fell short of the mark and Lyons claimed the win.
RED CREEK 49
MARION 47 in OT
Senior Dru Carnevale led Clyde-Savannah with 26 points, including eight threes, and six assists. The Chances also contributed: senior Marcus with 24 points, senior Derrick with 17 and freshman Camden with 12 rebounds. Sophomore Lonnie Loggins led Sodus with 16 points, followed by junior Paul James with 14. Clyde-Savannah opened the game by outscoring Sodus 17-9 in the first half, and the smallest scoring of the game came in the second quarter when they outscored Sodus 18-14.
GENESEE VALLEY 64
BARKER (VI) 63
Sophomore Colton Dillon had a team-leading 19 points in the game, followed by junior Jon Boyce (14) and fellow sophomore Grayson Huntington (11). Kendall saw junior Nathan Warters lead the team with 19 points, along with eight rebounds. Other contributors were junior John Rath with 12 points, nine assists, junior Hunter Menze with 13 points, eight rebounds, and finally sophomore Mason Kuhn with a double-double (10 points, 10 rebounds). Elba rode a strong first half, including an 8-0 run to finish the first quarter and a 34-17 lead at the half, to the victory.
Senior Dantae Millner led Hornell with 15 points. Senior Nick Rosica grabbed 10 rebounds and had five steals for Dansville. Senior Hunter Little had nine points and seven rebounds, while sophomore Arrik Gerber had nine points, five rebounds and three assists.
Hornell’s success mostly came in the second quarter, when they outscored Dansville 22-9 heading into the half.
“Tonight’s game was in conjuction with the Hoops for Hope Benefit which was in Honor of Lisa Rosica, the mother of Nick Rosica, a senior Dansville basketball player,” David Moodie said. “Lisa recently passed away after a tough battle with Cancer. The event was a huge success thanks to the joint effort of both the Dansville and Hornell communities. Dansville students organized the event, which raised $15,100. All of the money will be donated to the Ann and Carl Myers Cancer Center, located at NOYES Hospital in Dansville, NY.”
Freshman Alex Minnehan scored a team-high 22 points for Livonia. Senior Barrett Lowe contributed a 14-point, 16-rebound double-double for Livonia. After a strong 13-2 start for Wayland-Cohocton, Livonia battled and fought going into the half, taking a 33-27 lead into the locker room and not looking back.