Section V Roundup: Chance breaks Clyde-Savannah scoring mark; Monroe grabs share of program first title

Marcus Chance (0) seen here during a recent game at Northstar Christian, broke a Clyde-Savannah program scoring record Wednesday night with 55 points. The senior guard added 11 assists and 11 steals for a triple-double. (Photo: PAUL GOTHAM/PICKIN’ SPLINTERS)

FAIRPORT (15-5) 85
PENFIELD (7-13) 53

GATES-CHILI (14-6) 81
HILTON (9-11) 51
Keith Slack scored 10 of his team-leading 19 points in the first quarter for Gates, finishing the game with six rebounds and six assists. Thomas Jones III added 17 points, eight rebounds, six assists and four steals, while Mark Morrison had 12 points. Gates led 48-23 at halftime. Tah-Jae Hill topped Hilton with 22 points, including 16 in the second half. Joey Lipani contributed 13 points. Other scorers: Gates- Damon Austin (6), Dante Arbelo (6), Traylan McCray (6), Vincent Ibezim (6), Adam Williams (4), Damon Payton (3), Damari McCutchen (2), Hilton- Mitch Carr (7), Nick Walsh (7), Morgan Kunigan (2)

VICTOR (6-14) 61
Kailee White topped RH with 30 points, followed by Don Swain with 12 points. Matt Caggiano led Victor with a season-high 20 points.

IRODEQUOIT (17-3) 54
Patrick Thomas scored 14 of his team-leading and season-high 20 points in the second half for Irondequoit, No. 9 NYSSWA Class A. Gerald Drumgoole added 15 points and Robert Diaz-Judson collected 14 points and 14 rebounds. Irondequoit outscored Spencerport 20-11 in the fourth quarter. Josh Reding topped Spencerport with 20 points, hitting four threes. Malcolm McCullough grabbed nine rebounds for Spencerport. Other scorers: Irondequoit- Josh Stenglein (5), Spencerport- Alton Jones Jr. (7), Evan Clarke (6), Noah Mundt (6), McCullough (4)

Eric Lewis scored a season-high 30 points to lead Churchville. Griffin Stella added 19 points for Churchville.

BROCKPORT (4-16) 58
Daniel Cook scored 20 of his team-high 24 points in the fourth quarter for Mendon, No. 19 NYSSWA Class A, also finishing the game with 10 rebounds. Michael Harrington added 20 points, including four threes. Mendon outscored Brockport 31-23 in the fourth quarter. Amire Odey topped Brockport with 23 points, followed by Jake Juhrs with 14 points and Corey Gross with 12 points. Other scorers: Mendon- Matt Powers (12), Conner Krapf (9), Jacob Shadders (5), Garrett Bartzsch (3), Brockport- Mike Kreuger (5), Noah Schultz (4)

BRIGHTON (2-18) 40
Kevin Ryan converted 7 of 10 free throws and finished with a game-high 17 points. Matt Thaney added 12, and Sutherland ended the regular season with a four-game winning streak. Ben DiGiovanni added seven for the Knights. Ryan Martin led Brighton with eight points. Kendall Clyburn, Jack Falter and Will Browned scored seven apiece for the Barons. Other scorers: Brighton – Jasper Newman (6), Elijah Fitts (3) and Nate Sponsel (2). Sutherland – Graham Schild (4), Matt Panara (1), Craig Rosen (2), Will Ling (4) and Chris Cox (3).

EASTRIDGE (12-8) 87
Tony Arnold and Kyndal Taggart combined for 34 first-half points, and Eastridge took an 18-point lead into the break. Taggart finished with a season and game-high 32 points to lead Eastridge to its fifth straight win. Arnold scored 27 to top the 20-point mark for the eighth straight game. Jalen Rose Hannah added 13 points for the Lancers who led 66-47 after three quarters. Jeff Jung, Jr. paced five Spartans in double figures with 20 points. Kris Perez added 14 points for Olympia. Samuel Wright IV had 13 while William Green, Jr. scored 12 points and Rah’Qual Avant, 10. Other scorers: Eastridge: Zach Taranto (1), Amir Spain (3), Adrian Rodgers (4), Jaden Keech (3) and Terrence Reed (4). Olympia – Trevor Sharpton-Clark (2), Angel Perez (5) and Wesley Elmore, Jr. (4).

BATAVIA (14-6) 51
Steve Gilebarto scored 11 of his team-high 16 points in the third quarter for Batavia. Antwan Odom added 13 points and eight rebounds. After trailing 25-22 at the half, Batavia outscored Odyssey 19-10 in the third quarter to take a 41-35 lead. DJ Billings and Jaden Hartsfield each netted 13 points for Odyssey. Other scorers: Batavia- Naz Pratt (7), TeeSean Ayala (6), Mason McFollins (6), Andrew Francis (3), Odyssey- Darren Davidson (6), Aric Williams (6), Travion Harper (4), Ray Colbert (4), Josh Haff (2)

EDISON TECH (8-12) 58
MONROE (11-8) 73
Gibson’s first touch off the bench made it a five-point game at 51-46. Two possessions later he pushed the lead to eight. READ MORE.

NE DOUGLASS (13-7) 64
FRANKLIN (1-19) 51
Jiahmere Mitchell scored 10 of his team-high 22 points in the second quarter for Douglas. Trevion Miller added 11 points and Adonis Flagler had 10 points. Douglas took a 47-30 lead into the fourth quarter after outscoring Franklin 19-8 in the third. Tahjir King led Franklin with 15 points, followed by Tramel Bush with 13 points. Other scorers: Douglass – Lamar Lovelace (9), Adaile Becoats (4), Nicolas Jeanty (3), Miguel Santos (3), Lonnie Watkins Jr. (2), Franklin- Devonte Goins (9), Tommey Coleman (9), Raheim Drisdom (2), Anthony Smith (2), Tyree Spann (1)

SOTA (10-10) 56
Ke’vion Mitchell and Ethain Clarke DeSouza each scored 14 points to lead SOTA. Joe Denegal added 12 points. SOTA trailed 25-18 at halftime, but took the lead after outscoring Early 21-7 in the third quarter. Shedrick Smith topped Early with 17 points, followed by JahKier Moore with 13 points. Other scorers: SOTA- Logan Hayes (8), Kentrayl Brown (6), Jamari Hills (2), Early- Sam Jackson (4), Prophet Hampton (4), Shamar Hampton (3), Jaequan Nesmith (2), Jovan Sargent (2)


Robert Davis connected on four 3-pointers and converted on 8-of-8 free attempts to lead Wilson with 30 points. The game marked the fourth time this season Davis scored 30 or more points. Malikk Johnson had 17 points, and Desi Floyd added eight for the Wildcats which finished undefeated (8-0) in RCAC Division B play. Charles Maurice Brown and CeyQuan scored 17 apiece to lead WOI. Other scorers: Wilson – Anthony Jubray (5), Deandre Floyd (4) and Brennan Clark (5). WOI – Frankie Santiago (7), Javonte Burrell (2), Bobby Searight (4) and Jahmir Douglass (5).

WELLSVILLE (12-8) 60

DUNDEE (4-15) 61
BLOOMFIELD (10-10) 69    in OT
Tanner Kimble netted a team-high 26 points, including six of Bloomfield’s 12 points in overtime. Alex Roach and Patrick Geitner each scored 17 points for Bloomfield. Bloomfield was down 49-37 entering the fourth quarter, but outscored Dundee 20-8 to end regulation and force overtime. Kyle Cratsley topped Dundee with 20 points, followed by Austin Gibson with 12 points. Other scorers: Bloomfield- Ryan Hawkins (3), Devin Campbell (2),Trevor Farrell (2), Mitch Bliss (2), Dundee- Wylie Hall (9), Preston Cratsley (8), Ryan Prior (5), Robbie Clark (5), Austin Brace (2)

NAPLES (8-12) 53
HAC (14-6) 65
Harley Allendale Columbia put four players in double-figures and it proved too much for Naples, as the Wolves notched a 65-53 win on Senior Night, Wednesday, securing second place in Finger Lakes West.

Led by Zitong Jin (18 points), Xavier Israel (16 points/5 steals), Robert Dorsey (14 points) and Ryan Hilton (13 points/14 rebounds/2 blocks), the Wolves sent the seniors out in style and pushed them to a final 14-6 overall, 11-5 record in Finger Lakes West. The win also clinched the fourth seed in the upcoming D1 Sectional playoffs.

Naples jumped out to a quick 9-2 lead thanks to long-range threes by Evan Bay and a short jumper by Cole Rathbun. Ben Chaffer then curled in a short shot to extend the lead to 11-2. Dorsey brought the sell-out crowd to their feet with a 25-foot three-pointer and ignited the Wolves’ to a 15-1 run before Bay’s three pointer a the buzzer cut the Wolves lead to 17-15 after one period. Dorsey had 8 points and Bay 9 in the period.

The second stanza was played evenly and HAC took a 30-28 lead into the intermission.

In the third, HAC increased the pressure, but Nick Green scored 6 points to keep Naples close. Then, in the waning seconds, the Wolves dug out a loose ball on their defensive end, passed it forward to Jin, who dribbled up the court and calmly swished a deep three as the horn sounded to push the lead to 49-43 in HAC’s favor.

HAC slowly extended the lead in the fourth quarter as Dorsey and Jin each hit three pointers and HAC sank 6-of-9 free throws.

The win earned the Wolves a season split with Naples, which beat HAC 64-61 earlier in the season.

Naples (8-12, 6-10) was led by Bay’s 15 points, while Rathbun had 11 and Green 10. Ben Chaffer and Nick Clearman each had 6 points. For HAC, Andrew Alexis and Jaden Sowell each had 2 points .

ROMULUS (7-13) 57
HONEOYE (11-9) 60

SOUTH SENECA (10-10) 36
Riley McLoud led Whitman with nine points, followed by Liam Prendergast with eight points and eight rebounds. Whitman finished the game by outscoring Seneca 13-5 in the final quarter of play. Charlie Van Ness topped Seneca with 13 points, making him the games only double-digit scorer. Other scorers: Whitman- Jon Donovan (6), Seth Benedict (6), Ryan Herod (6), Hunter Commisso (4), Ben Stone (2), Peyton Miller (2), Seneca- John Zajac (7), Anthony Reff (6), Jeremy Williams (6), Ben Pollack (2), Matt Kenyon (2)

MARION (2-18) 47
Marcus Chance poured in 55 points to break a Clyde-Savannah program single-game scoring record. The senior completed a triple-double with 11 assists and 11 steals. READ MORE.

LYONS (17-3) 69
Justice Smith led Lyons, No. 17 NYSSWA Class C, with 26 points. Seth VanBuskirk added a season-high 16 points and 10 rebounds, while Kerel Kelly had 14 points. Lyons earned the No. 3 seed for Class C sectionals. Gage Leaus topped NRW with 15 points, followed Quinton Norris with 13.

SODUS (11-9) 47
GANANDA (13-7) 67

WILLIAMSON (6-12) 34
RED CREEK (6-14) 30

BELFAST (16-3) 66
WHITESVILLE (10-10) 41

FILLMORE (10-10) 48


HOUGHTON (5-12) 41
HINSDALE (2-14) 36

ALEXANDER (15-5) 63
HOLLEY (4-16) 44

ATTICA (5-15) 29
PEMBROKE (20-0) 45

BYRON-BERGEN (7-13) 51

KENDALL (2-18) 49
Nathan Poler led Lyndonville with 25 points, followed by Nathan Hydock with 12 points. Lyndonville trailed 26-25 at halftime. Nathan Warters topped Kendall with 15 points, while Hunter Menze added 12 points of his own. Other scorers: Lyndonville- Kane Flynn (8), Matthew Hess (6), Nathan Dillenbeck (5), Zachary Johnson (4), Kendall- John Rath (7), Mason Kuhm (6), Dale Steffen (5), Micky Gardner (4)

ELBA (14-6) 60

LIVONIA (15-5) 75
Alex Minnehan led Livonia with 21 points, followed by Chris Taylor and Da’Vieque Naulls with 12 points apiece. Livonia secured the Livingston County league title with the win.

HORNELL (15-5) 84

WARSAW (9-11) 51
DANSVILLE (7-13) 39

AVON (13-6) 66
Connor Taylor led Avon with 21 points, followed by Aaron Ghent with 15 points. Avon opened the second half by scoring 15 straight points, taking a 52-25 lead. Jon Boilard topped Cal-Mum with 18 points, while Vin Molisani added 12 points and Joe Laursen had eight points and eight rebounds.

LEROY (16-4) 51
LETCHWORTH (1-19) 34

GENESEO (8-12) 56
MT. MORRIS (13-7) 65

PAVILION (6-14) 54
YORK (10-10) 76
David Cuozzo led York with 16 points and three steals, followed by Riley Stella with 15 points and five rebounds, and Matt McFarland with 12 points, 10 rebounds and five steals. Dylan Zambito added 10 points for York. York led 72-37 going into the fourth quarter. Luke Milligan topped Pavilion 13 points, while Zack Weidrich contributed 11 points and Tanner Dykstra had nine points.

PERRY (18-2) 79
KESHEQUA (1-19) 40

ADDISON (17-3) 53
Danny Ames netted 22 points to lead Addison, while Adam Chilson added 21 points, combining for seven threes and going a combined 6-for-7 from the free throw line. Addison trailed 41-37 entering the fourth quarter, but outscored Prattsburgh 16-10 to close the game. Mason Putnam topped Prattsburgh with 18 points, followed by Garrett Socola with 15 points and Kris Johnson with 10. Other scorers: Addison- Evan McIlwain (5), John Stierly (4), Nick Solinas (1), Prattsburgh- Troy Sanford (4), James Crowder (4)

AVOCA (13-7) 71
Evan Reppert led Avoca with 20 points, followed by LaDre Stanford with 17 points. Avoca finishes the regular season in third place in the Steuben County standings. Parker Watson topped Hammondsport with 14 points, while Cameron Roote netted eight for the Lakers.

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