Section V Roundup: Faynor and Salmon post career nights; Sutherland survives Eastridge

CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (2-4) 63
HILTON (1-4) 81
Mitch Carr led Hilton with 21 points, including going 5-for-5 from the charity stripe, followed by Morgan Kunigan with 18. Fidel Brock’s 19 points were good for the team lead, while Eric Lewis was second with 16 points. Hilton held Monroe County Division II leading scorer Marcus Postell (16.4 ppg) to just three points. Churchville’s Corey Powell, whose 12.5 ppg tie him for fourth-best in the division, did not play. Other scorers: Hilton- Tah’Jae Hill (15), Joe Lipani (11), Noah Malta (6), Najier Daniels (6), Jack Gombatto (2), Nick Walsh (2), Churchville- Marcellus James (13), Griffin Stella (6), Dennis Swetz (4), Garland Akins (2)

GREECE ARCADIA (0-6) 40
FAIRPORT (6-0) 83
Brett Heininger led NYSSWA Class AA No. 14 Fairport with 11 points, followed by Andrew Bartlett with 10. Davion Hill scored 12 points for Arcadia, making him the only Arcadia player to score in double-digits on the night. Fairport held Arcadia to under 10 points in all but the fourth quarter, while scoring over 20 points in all but the second quarter. Other scorers: Fairport- Jackson Sullivan (9), Tommy Lindstrom (8), Collin Espada (8), Brennan O’Connor (7), Anthony Pappano (6), Ryan Lucey (6), Ryan Kennedy (5), Stefan Milinkivic (4), Andre Startks (3), Vanzell Johnson (2), Jack Kelly (2), Teddy Sharman (2), Arcadia- Joe Gallery (9), Robert Smith (6), Caleb Barnard (4), Chris Colilli (2), Garrett Hughes (2), Kyle Blum (2), Lucas Sadwick (2), Sean Crowell (1)

SPENCERPORT (1-4) 55
PENFIELD (3-3) 59
Isaiah Preston, who is the third-leading scorer for Monroe County Division 1 with 22.8 ppg, led Penfield with 31 points, including going 10-for-10 on free throws and hitting five threes. Dyllon Scott added 15 points of his own for Penfield. Noah Mundt, the second-leading scorer in Division 2 with 15.7 ppg, topped Spencerport with 14 points. Evan Clarke and Alton Jones, Jr. scored 13 points each for Spencerport. Penfield found success in the second quarter, out-scoring Spencerport 21-9. Other scorers: Penfield- Bryson Scott (8), Patrick Piampiano (3), Javion Monroe (2), Spencerport- Josh Reding (11), Malcolm McCollough (3), Gino Pellett (1)

WEBSTER SCHROEDER (2-4) 58
VICTOR (2-5) 52
Luke Insley’s 17 points led Schroeder on the night, followed by Nate Hardy with 13 and Ky’mere Meeks with 10. Joey Colyer led Victor in points with 22, with Connor Keenan finishing as the only other Victor player with double-digit points, scoring 10. After only scoring 16 points in the first half, Schroeder netted 20 points in just the third quarter, setting up a fourth quarter comeback after trailing 44-36 entering the final quarter. Other scorers: Schroeder- Josh Hauman (8), Malachi Duval (7), Stephen Plummer (2), Colin Merkey (1), Victor- Jon Crowley (9), Caleb Clow (4), Jeremy Summerson (3), Jack LaRue (2), Tanner Hay (2)

WEBSTER THOMAS (4-1) 61
GATES-CHILI (3-2) 53
Andrew Mason scored 20 points for Thomas, with Joe Luconte, Monroe County Division 2’s third-leading scorer (15.2 ppg), finishing with 10 points. Keith Slack, who entered as the second-leading scorer in Division 1 with 25.2 ppg, netted 30 and grabbed six rebounds for Gates-Chili. Thomas used a 18-10 scoring differential in the second quarter to help propel them to the win. Other scorers: Thomas- Will Johnson (8), Stephen Katz (8), Dannie Palmer (6), Caden Hann (5), CJ Battaglia (4), Gates- Damon Payton (9), Mark Morrison (5), Adam Williams (5), Devin Walton (3), Traylan McCray (1)

BATAVIA (2-2) 50
GREECE ATHENA (4-1) 64
Ryan Kubanka topped NYSSWA Class A No. 17 Athena with 15 points while Christian Jones added 10. Jones went into the game leading Monroe County Division III with 21 ppg. Andrew Francis led Batavia with 14 points, going 4-for-4 at the free throw line. Athena held Batavia to 12 or less points in three of the four quarters. Other scorers: Athena- Melvin Council (14), Pat Meisenzahl (7), Nigel Scantlebury (7), Johnny Salone (7), Kelvin Reaves, Jr. (4) Batavia- Ethan Biscaro (13), Steve Gilebarto (12), Naz Pratt (4), Trevor Zewan (3), John Kindig (2), Jon Liciaga (2)

EASTRIDGE (4-2) 64
PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (5-0) 65
Kevin Ryan, who entered the game ranked third in scoring (16.4 ppg) for Monroe County Division 3, led Sutherland with 26 points. Sutherland ranks 14th in the latest NYSSWA Class A rankings. Tony Arnold improved on his season average (18.1 ppg), which ranks second for Monroe County Division 4, with an Eastridge-leading 23 point night. Other scorers: Sutherland- Josh Rosen (13), Craig Rosen (6), Graham Schild (6), Matt Thaney (4), Davis Heyman (4), Ben DiGiovanni (3), Chris Cox (3), Eastridge- Kyndal Taggart (17), Jalen Rose Hannah (10), Terrence Reed (7), Jaden Keech (4), Robert Clark (2), SherRon Davis (1)

GREECE ODYSSEY (4-2) 65
BRIGHTON (1-5) 62
Travon Harper led Odyssey with 19 points, 13 of which came in the first half, along with seven assists. Jaden Hartsfield had 12 points for Odyssey, including the go-ahead three-pointer with less than a minute to play. Odyssey’s Arik Williams picked up a double-double (10 points, 12 rebounds). Jasper Newman had 18 points and eight rebounds for Brighton. Kendall Clyburn, who is averaging the fifth-highest point total (15 ppg) in Monroe County Division 3, did not play. Other scorers: Odyssey- Ronell Joseph (8), Romell Griffin (7), Josh Haff (6), Khyree Smith-Roberts (3), Brighton- Jack Falter (15), Ryan Martin (12), Will Brownell (8), Sam Gosselin (7), Nate Sponsel (2)

GREECE OLYMPIA (0-4) 65
BROCKPORT (3-3) 75
Amire Odey dropped a double-double for Brockport with 26 points and 15 rebounds. Will Green, who ranks third in Monroe County Division 4 scoring with 17.3 ppg, led Olympia with 21 points. Brockport out-scored Olympia 27-8 in the second quarter en route to the win. Other scorers: Brockport- Alex Trostle (15), Emilio Ball (9), Noah Schultz (9), Jake Jurhs (7), Dan Yaeger (6), Kyle Palka (2), Ishmael Hannah (2), Olympia- Jeff Jung, Jr. (14), Samuel Wright IV (14), Trevari Sharpton-Clark (6), Rah’Qual Avant (5), Victor McCarthy (2), Wesley Elmore, Jr. (2)

IRONDEQUOIT (2-1) 47
CANISIUS 48
Ryan Bradley led Cansius with 15 points, followed by Jayce Johnson and Nick McDonald with 13 points each. Patrick Thomas, who is averaging 12.5 ppg (fifth in Monroe County Division II), led Irondequoit, ranked ninth in the NYSSWA Class A rankings, with 14 points. Gerald Drumgoole, the fourth ranked scorer in Division 2 (14.5 ppg), scored 12 points. Canisius scored 33 points in the second half. Other scorers: Canisius- Brendan Trapper (3), Austin James (2), Joe Jamison (2), Irondequoit- Frederick June, Jr. (8), Josh Stenglein (7), Tanner Pioch (4), Robert Diaz-Judson (2)

FRANKLIN (0-7) 50
MCQUAID (2-3) 89
Jermaine Taggart led McQuaid with 26 points, while Connor Zamiara had a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds. Josh Purcell added seven points and six rebounds for McQuaid. K’Ron Bernard topped Franklin with 21 points, including five three-pointers. Keeashman Hendrix scored 10 points for Franklin.

NE DOUGLAS (3-3) 84
EARLY COLLEGE (1-4) 54
Jiahmere Mitchell led Douglas with 24 points, followed by Maurice Glenn with 17. Shedrick Smith topped Early with 25 points, including four threes, and was the only member of the team to score in double-digits. Douglas scored 53 points in the second half. Other scorers: Douglas: Adonis Flagler (15), Nicolas Jeanty (8), Lonnie Watkins, Jr. (6), Lamar Lovelace (5), Miguel Santos (3), Marquis Reed (2), Trevion Miller (2), Taleak Mayo (2), Early- Prophet Hampton (7), Shemar Hampton (7), Kemar McCloud (6), Ahmir Buckhannon (4), Sam Jones (3), Jequan Nesmith (2)

WORLD OF INQUIRY (5-1) 73
SOTA (4-4) 63
CeyQuan Salmon poured in a career-high 47 points and pulled in 11 rebounds for World of Inquiry. The performance was the second 40-point game of Salmon’s career, with the other coming last season. Jahmir Douglass added 12 points and six rebounds of his own. Freshman Ethain Clarke DeSouza led SOTA with 18 points on the evening.

NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN 95
VERTUS 71

PALMYRA-MACEDON 46
NEWARK 69
Jayden Peters scored a team-high 16 points, including four threes, for Newark. Taylor Clements (12 points) and Terry Anglin (15 points) each grabbed nine rebounds for Newark. Sawyer Bloom knocked down 10 of his 11 free throw attempts en route to leading Palmyra-Macedon with 19 points. Newark out-scored Pal-Mac 41-21 in the second half. Other scorers: Newark- Mason VanDeMortel (6), Marcel Greene-DeSouza (6), Logan Moynihan (5), La’Quan Everett (4), Alex Caraballo (3), Parker Casselman (2), Pal-Mac- Logan Ameele (13), Alex Wahl (6), Travis Snyder (5), Thayer DuPont (2), Nick Patnode (1)

ROCHESTER PREP 77
LIMA CHRISTIAN 80
Jayson Faynor netted a career-high 53 points for Lima-Christian. His previous career-high was 42 points, which came during last year’s sectionals. Other scorers: Lima-Christian- John Faynor (15), Jacob Appleton (5), Clark Consul (5), Brian Gan (2)

AQUINAS (2-4) 49
BISHOP TIMON (4-1) 67
Alero World topped Bishop Timon with 19 points, helped by his 7-for-8 shooting at the charity stripe. World also grabbed 13 rebounds for Tymon. Eric Carter led Aquinas with 14 points and eight rebounds. Tymon opened the game with 13-3 run within the first four minutes, and would never relinquish the lead. Other scorers: Tymon- Tahron Goudelock (15), Julian Cunningham (15), Master Radford (12), Cullen Tonge (4), John Shields (2), Aquinas- Ruben Torres (13), Danny Speed (10), Luke Putnam (6), Justin Johnson (4), Steven Chen (2)

GENEVA (3-4) 52
MIDLAKES (3-3) 59
Bryce Burri topped Midlakes with 22 points and five assists. Dan VonNostrand followed closely with 20 points on the night for Midlakes. Christian Tapscott and Rashakim Hudson led Geneva with 10 points each.

DUNDEE 45
RED JACKET 65

NAPLES 66
HONEOYE 74

CLYDE-SAVANNAH 79
WILLIAMSON 38
Derrick Chance propelled NYSSWA Class D No. 3 Clyde-Savannah to the win with his 37 points on the evening. Another Chance, Camden, contributed 13 points of his own, while Dru Carnevale had 10 points. Nigel Cobbs led Williamson with 12 points, followed by Adam Fisk with eight points.

LYONS 64
EAST ROCHESTER 76

NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT 36
SODUS 58
Donnie Knapp scored 26 points, hitting seven threes for Sodus (1-3). Anathany Carauana netted 12 points, grabbed six rebounds and handed out four assists for Sodus.

HOUGHTON 38
SCIO 50

CUBA-RUSHFORD 45
ALLEGANY-LIMESTONE 68

ALEXANDER 55
ATTICA 42

HOLLEY 37
BYRON-BERGEN 47

PEMBROKE 70
OAKFIELD-ALABAMA 54

BARKER (VI) 55
NOTRE DAME-BATAVIA 81

KENDALL 46
WHEATLAND-CHILI 57
Anthony Rosado led Wheatland-Chili with 20 points, followed by Kevin Bayly-Henshaw with 11 and Adam Lund with 10. After an eight-point first quarter, Wheatland scored in double-digits in all of the final three quarters. Other scorers: Wheatland- Will Gebhardt (6), Joe Bordonaro (6), Abdul Hollenbeck (2), Joey Sutherland (2)

LYNDONVILLE 52
ELBA 71
Colton Dillon netted 27 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Elba (5-1).

DANSVILLE 47
LETCHWORTH 30
Arrik Gerber led Dansville with 13 points, also grabbing four rebounds. Gerber was helped offensively by Hunter Little (10 points, seven rebounds) and Jacob Wadsworth (nine points, six rebounds). Tanner Lampson had a team-high 15 points for Letchworth. Other scorers: Dansville- Dylan Race (6), Nick Rosica (4), Mike Adams (4), Letchworth- Zach Brown (6), Nate Goodrich (4), Zach Stoffer (2)

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