Section V Roundup: Drumgoole, Jones, Little and Mundt post double-doubles in winning efforts

Chris Cardon’s Irondequoit Eagles defeated UPrep in overtime at the R-H Holiday Tournament and improved to 4-2 on the season.

GATES-CHILI (4-3) 66
BROCKPORT (3-5) 61
Keith Slack’s 25 points led Gates on the evening, followed by Thomas Jones III with 16 points and 14 rebounds. Slack has now scored 20 or more points in six of his seven games played this season. Amire Odey (13), Willie Ball (13) and Noah Schultz (11) were the leading scorers for Brockport. The two teams traded outscoring each other each quarter, with Gates taking the first and third, and Brockport taking the second and fourth. Other scorers: Gates- Devin Walton (9), Damon Payton (7), Mark Morrison (5), Adam Williams (2), Mitchell Harris (2), Brockport- Cory Gross (8), Jake Juhrs (7), Alex Trostle (6), Oscar VanDetta (3). READ MORE.

UPREP 63
IRONDEQUOIT (4-2) 72  OT
Gerald Drumgoole led Irondequoit, No. 11 NYSSWA Class A with a season-high 37 points, 11 rebounds and two assists, including going 23-for-25 from the free throw line (10-for-10 in overtime). Jakhi Lucas topped UPrep with 20 points, followed by Quinton Sanders with 13 points. Irondequoit outscored UPrep 16-7 in overtime. Other scorers: Irondequoit- Josh Stenglein (14), Tanner Pioch (10), Fredrick June, Jr. (7), Robert Diaz-Judson (2), Kenny Gonzalez (2), UPrep- JJ Strothers (9), Elroy Clark (9), KayShawn Ross (5), Kani Lagree (4), Christian Jefferson-Edwards (3)

BISHOP TIMON 67
RUSH-HENRIETTA (7-1) 61
Julian Cunningham led Timon with 21 points while Master Radford had 15 points and Alero World netted 13. Kailee White scored 32 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for a double-double for Rush-Henrietta, as did Shamire Broyld with 12 points and 13 rebounds. Rush-Henrietta entered the game No. 21 in the latest NYSSWA Class AA rankings.

EDISON TECH (1-4) 66
WEBSTER THOMAS (5-3) 68   OT
Will Johnson scored a season-high 20 points to lead Thomas. Andrew Mason contributed 18 points and five assists for Thomas. Johnson and Mason hit four threes apiece. Tristian Flowers led Edison with 15 points, followed by Alton Knight with 13 and Dylon Foster with 11. Thomas edged Edison 9-7 in scoring in overtime. Other scorers: Thomas- Joe Luconte (16), Caden Hann (6), Dannie Palmer (5), Garrett Reeves (3), Edison- Marquan Anderson (10), Ryziere Wilson (9), Demetrius Allen (6), Da’Shawn Sims-Jones (2)

SPENCERPORT (3-4) 68
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (2-6) 48
Noah Mundt topped the 20-point mark for the third time in four games with 21 and grabbed 10 rebounds to complete the double-double for Spencerport. Alton Jones, Jr. added 13 points and five rebounds for Spencerport. Corey Powell scored a season-high 21 points for Churchville, while Marcus Postell netted 14.

BISHOP KEARNEY 49
GREECE ATHENA (6-1) 70
Nigel Scantlebury netted 18 points for NYSSWA Class A No. 16 Athena, while Ryan Kubanka added 16 and Melvin Council had 13. Anthony Gray topped Kearney with 18 points scored. After being outscored 20-13 in the first quarter, Athena held Kearney to 7 points while scoring 23 points in the second quarter. Other scorers: Athena- Kelvin Reaves, Jr. (9), Pat Meisenzahl (6), Christian Jones (4), Johnny Salone (2), Isaiah Brock (2), Kearney- Jamal Fennell (12), Kevin Goode, Jr. (10), Michael Gentile (9)

VERTUS 79
GREECE OLYMPIA (0-7) 59

MCQUAID (3-3)
ELMIRA (IV)    NO REPORT

EAST (2-5) 68
EARLY COLLEGE (1-6) 34

WAYNE 62
NE DOUGLASS (4-4) 47

HORNELL 49
NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN 73

NEW HARTFORD 54
AQUINAS (3-6) 71
Justin Johnson topped Aquinas with 21 points, four rebounds and two steals. Tyler Warner added 10 points, five rebounds and three blocks for Aquinas.

ELMIRA NOTRE DAME 58
NEWARK 51

ROCHESTER PREP 59
LYNDONVILLE 71
Nathan Poler (20 points, 11 rebounds), Zachary Johnson (18 points, 10 rebounds) and Matthew Hess (15 points, 13 rebounds) each had a double-double for Lyndonville. Wesley Henderson led Rochester Prep with 21 points. Lyndonville outscored Rochester Prep 18-8 in the first quarter and held the lead throughout the game. Other scorers: Lyndonville- Nathan Dillenbeck (10), Kane Flynn (8), Rochester Prep- Terance Washington (11), Jaden Hayes (10), Marquis Thomas (9), Bruce Lewis (6), Jalen English (2)

CLYDE-SAVANNAH 72
MYNDERSE 73

SOUTH SENECA 43
WATERLOO 64
Derek Slywka scored 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for a double-double for Waterloo. John Zajac had a double-double of his own (21 points, 10 rebounds) for South Seneca. Waterloo opened the game by outscoring South Seneca 18-6 in the first quarter. Other scorers: Waterloo- Julian Ruiz (12), Mike Hubbard (9), JaiQuon Lewis (7), Andre Pinkard (5), Tim Imhoff (2), Jake Webb (1), Jackson Westfall (1), South Seneca- Anthony Reff (12), Charlie VanNess (6), Jeremy Williamson (2), Jacob Oltz (2)

LETCHWORTH 44
HONEOYE 68

CATO-MERIDIAN 68
RED JACKET 32

MIDLAKES 65
LYONS 72
Justice Smith led Lyons with 30 points and five assists, followed by Justin Smith with 19 points. Bryce Burri topped Midlakes with 32 points and eight rebounds of his own. Lyons used a 23-16 scoring differential in the fourth quarter to capture the win. Other scorers: Lyons- David Weaver (13), Midlakes- Devin Hicks (14), Trevor Millman (9)

WILLIAMSON 55
MARION 48
Josh Miller led Williamson with 17 points, while Drew DiSanto added 11 points, nine rebounds and eight assists. Jake Fioco topped Marion with 14 points. Other scorers: Williamson- Simon VanHoover (8), Marion- Chris Dobbie (11), Mike Phelps (10)

BOLIVAR-RICHBURG 43
CUBA-RUSHFORD 67

WHITESVILLE 44
FILLMORE 54
Luke Cole led Fillmore with 18 points, followed by Mitch McCumisky with 12. Dutch MacCartney topped Whitesville on the day with 21 points.

HINSDALE 34
FRIENDSHIP 33

ALFRED-ALMOND 44
SCIO 68

ALEXANDER 62
WHEATLAND-CHILI 52

CANISTEO-GREENWOOD 44
DANSVILLE 52      OT
Hunter Little’s 15 point, 11 rebound double-double helped Dansville (4-3) capture the Tink McVean Tournament title. Nick Rosica added four points, 10 rebounds and four steals for Dansville. Bobby Avery led Canisteo with 24 points. Dansville outscored Canisteo 13-5 in the overtime period. Other scorers: Dansville- Dylan Race (12), Jacob Wadsworth (8), Arrik Gerber (6), Jacob Failla (5), Carter Davis (2), Canisteo- McKyle Eschache (7), Austin Freeburg (6), Breonen Baker (5), Colin Feenaughte (2)

YORK (5-4) 42
CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (5-1)  56
Jon Boilard led Cal-Mum with 16 points en route to the Cal-Mum tournament title and MVP. Ian Lenhardt had a double-double (10 points, 15 rebounds) for Cal-Mum. Riley Stella topped York with 18 points, followed by Walker Major with 9 and Matt McFarland with 8. Lenhardt, Stella, McFarland and Vin Molisani (CM) represented their teams on the All-Tournament team. Cal-Mum outscored York 34-20 in the first half. Other scorers: Cal-Mum- Eric Wilson (10), Molisani (6 points, 8 rebounds), Joe Laursen (6 points, 11 rebounds)

WARSAW 61
KESHEQUA 40

MT. MORRIS 69
ARKPORT-CANASERAGA 26

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