HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 58
PITTSFORD MENDON 68
Daniel Cook netted eight of his game-high 22 points early in the third quarter, and the Pittsford Mendon boys’ basketball team turned a two-point halftime edge into a double-digit cushion. READ MORE.
WILSON MAGNET 68
Kailee White led four in double figures, and Rush-Henrietta improved to 5-0 on the season. White, who leads Monroe County Division I with 26.0 ppg, topped the 30-point plateau for the second time this season with a 34-point performance. Shamire Broyld added 15 while Malek Williams and Mecca McCullough had 11 apiece. Robert Davis led Wilson (3-2) with 28 points.
Riley Stella scored 24 points to go with six rebounds and six steals as York erased a late deficit to to knock Prattsburgh, ranked No. 9 NYSSWA Class D. Nick Cunningham added 15 points and five rebounds for York which trailed by four after three quarters of play. Garrett Socola scored 14 and Mason Putnam for Prattsburgh.
Daniel Ames scored 24 points, and Nick Sutryk added 17 for Addison. Hammondsport’s Brayden Whitcomb had 15 points and Parker Watson 13.
EAST ROCHESTER 63
NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT 46
SOUTH SENECA 51
ROCHESTER ACADEMY 72
At Keshequa tonight, Belfast’s Adam Enders was in the mood for some history, becoming the program’s all-time scorer (1,404 points) with this shot in the 2nd quarter of their 67-37 win to move to 4-0.
We’ll have more in Tomorrow’s @wellsvilledaily. #SectionV (????@JeffEnders) pic.twitter.com/ZyOfl2uke7
— Chris Brooks (@iAmBrooksie) December 19, 2017
NORTHERN POTTER 43
GENESEE VALLEY 77