Section V Roundup: Derrick Chance, Jeff Jung, Jr. and Rondell Watson

Fairport’s Anthony Pappano (5) reaches for a rebound during second-half action Wednesday night. Irondequoit defeated Fairport, 64-56. (Photo: PAUL GOTHAM/ PICKIN’ SPLINTERS)

PITTSFORD MENDON (6-1) 59
EASTRIDGE (4-5) 46
Dan Cook had a double-double with 21 points and 15 rebounds for Mendon. Michael Harrington added 18 points for Mendon. Tony Arnold topped Eastridge with 18 points, followed by  Jalen Rose-Hannah with 13 and Kyndal Taggart with 11. Mendon outscored Eastridge 16-4 in the second quarter and 20-8 in the fourth quarter. Other scorers: Mendon- Matt Powers (11), Connor Krapf (9), Eastridge- Robert Clark (2), Jordan Capers (2)

FAIRPORT (6-3) 56
IRONDEQUOIT (5-2) 64
Gerald Drumgoole paced Irondequoit, NYSSWA Class A No. 12, with 23 points (5-for-9 shooting), followed by Josh Stenglein with 12 points on four threes. Andrew Bartlett led Fairport with 22 points, while Jackson Sullivan added 12. READ MORE.

GATES-CHILI (6-3) 56
WEBSTER SCHROEDER (3-5) 55
Thomas Jones led Gates with a season-high 22 points (11 in the fourth quarter) and eight rebounds, followed by Mark Morrison with 10 points. Luke Insley and Nate Hardy each scored 11 points for Schroeder. JoJo Plummer and Malaki Duval had 10 each for Schroeder. After being outscored 33-24 in the first half, Gates used an 18-9 fourth quarter to get a comeback win. Other scorers: Gates- Devin Walton (6), Keith Slack (5), Damon Payton (4), Traylan McCray (3), Gunther Kroth (2), Vincent Ibezim (2), Mitchell Harris (2), Schroeder- Ky’mere Meeks (8), Colin Merkey (5).

 

HILTON (4-5) 51
GREECE ARCADIA (0-9) 40

VICTOR (3-6) 46
SPENCERPORT (4-5) 58
Josh Reding netted 19 points, including a trio of threes, for Spencerport. Noah Mundt scored all 13 of his points for Spencerport in the second half. Joey Colyer scored 23 points, helped by four threes, for Victor. Matt Caggiano had 10 for Victor. Spencerport finished the game by outscoring Victor 19-9 in the final quarter. Other  scorers: Spencerport- Malcolm McCullough (8), Alton Jones, Jr. (7), Evan Clarke (5), Ben Reding (3), Gino Pellett (3), Victor- Charles Nwugwo (5), Tanner Hay (4), Jeremy Summerson (2), Connor Keenan (2)

BRIGHTON (1-9) 69
GREECE OLYMPIA (1-7) 84
Jeff Jung, Jr. knocked down eight threes en route to 32 points, tying his season-high, to help Olympia win its first game this season. Jung hauled in 12 rebounds. Rahqual Avant added 18 points for Olympia.

CANANDAIGUA (4-6) 45
GREECE ODYSSEY (6-3) 46
DJ Billings capped off an Odyssey-leading 11 point night with the game-winning shot with two seconds left in the fourth quarter. Travon Harper also scored 11 points for Odyssey. Danny Herrick netted 23 points for Canandaigua. Odyssey scored 11 points in each of the first three quarters, before scoring 13 in the fourth. Other scorers: Odyssey- Romell Griffin (9), Jaden Hartsfield (9), Ray Colbert (2), Darren Davidson (2), Aric Williams (2), Canandaigua- Scott Loforte (15), Connor Fisher (3), Devin O’Dell (2), Noah Emerson (2)

GREECE ATHENA (8-1) 82
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (5-4) 59

PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (7-0) 55
BATAVIA (5-3) 40
Kevin Ryan led Sutherland, NYSSWA Class A No. 13, with 16 points, followed by Craig Rosen with 10 points. Mason McFollins netted 17 points for Batavia, while Antwan Odom scored five points and grabbed 11 boards. Sutherland opened the game strong, outscoring Batavia 31-16 in the first half. Other scorers: Sutherland- Matt Thaney (9), Ben DiGiovanni (7), Graham Schild (4), Josh Rosen (4), John Luther (3), Conner Fitzsimmons (2), Batavia- Steve Gilebarto (6), Jonathan Liciaga (5), Tyivon Ayala (3), Naz Pratt (2), Andrew Francis (2)

EARLY COLLEGE (1-7) 35
MONROE (5-3) 78

FRANKLIN (0-9) 26
WORLD OF INQUIRY (8-1) 69
Ceyquan Salmon, Javonte Burrell and Kyle Beasley tied for the WOI, NYSSWA Class B No. 22, lead in points with 13 each. Salmon grabbed nine rebounds and JahMir Douglass added 10 points.. Tyree Spann led Franklin with seven points.

WILSON-MAGNET (5-4) 92
LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (7-0) 109
Rondell Watson scored a season and career-high 52 points to lead Leadership Academy, NYSSWA Class A No. 18. According to the Democrat & Chronicle, Watson’s total places him tied for 12th in Section V history for most points in a single game. READ MORE.

C.G. FINNEY (8-2) 56
MYNDERSE (9-0) 85

WELLSVILLE (7-1) 66
PERRY (6-2) 64

WAYLAND-COHOCTON (3-5) 54
PENN YAN (8-1) 79

MIDLAKES (4-6) 58
LIVONIA (6-2) 71
Devante Gwyn scored 22 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, a double-double, for Livonia. Da’Vieque Naulls added 19 points and four assists, while Alex Minnehan had 12 points.

LYONS (8-2) 84
WILLIAMSON (2-5) 57
Justice Smith topped Lyons with 29 points, followed by David Weaver with 18 points and Benji Kemp with 10. Josh Miller led Williamson with 14 points, with Nigel Cobbs adding 11 points and four assists. Lucas Jackson had nine points for Williamson.

MARION (2-7) 40
SODUS (3-4) 60
Lonnie Logins led Sodus with 21 points and eight rebounds, followed by Maliq Burton with 15 points and nine rebounds. Chris Dobbie paced Marion with 14 points and seven rebounds.

NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (1-7) 32
CLYDE-SAVANNAH (7-2) 88
Marcus Chance led Clyde-Savannah, NYSSWA Class D No. 8, with 28 points (21 in the first half), five steals and five assists. Derrick Chance scored 24 points for Clyde-Savannah, reaching the 1,000-point plateau for his career, while Dru Carnevale added 23 points and seven assists. Reece Morris topped NRW with 10 points. Clyde-Savannah scored at least 19 points in each quarter, while holding NRW to 10 or less in each quarter. Other scorers: CS- Camden Chance (6), Pat Marchitelli (4), Nick Fowler (2), Austin Diver (1), NRW- Gage Leous (9), Quinton Norris (4), Peter Mattice (4), Dylan McCann (4), Bay Batzold (1).

 

 

RED CREEK (2-7) 44
EAST ROCHESTER (6-1) 56
John Lexor led East Rochester, NYSSWA Class C No. 12, with 16 points. Alex Rans added 14 for ER. Jack Smith topped Red Creek with 14 points, followed by Dan Smith with 11.

GENESEE VALLEY (6-3) 78
ANDOVER (3-2) 52

KESHEQUA (1-9) 44
SCIO (7-1) 68

FILLMORE (3-4) 60
HINSDALE (2-6) 24

DANSVILLE (4-4) 41
AVON (5-3) 60

CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (6-1) 73
PAVILION (4-5) 46

LEROY (5-2) 60
GENESEO (2-6) 33

CAMPBELL-SAVONA (2-7) 49
PRATTSBURGH (7-1) 89

HAMMONDSPORT (5-6) 42
ARKPORT-CANASERAGA (0-9) 32
Dillan Conley had seven of Hammondsport’s 19 steals, adding seven points to help his team’s fourth quarter comeback. Bill Whitney and Parker Watson scored nine points apiece for Hammondsport. Ryan Reynolds led Arkport with 13 points, followed by Zach Prial with nine. Hammondsport went 9-for-10 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter.

WHITESVILLE (3-6) 32
ALFRED-ALMOND (3-8) 46

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