Section V Roundup: Pair of top seeds toppled

CLASS AA:

No. 1 FAIRPORT 73
No. 5 MCQUAID 81
Kobe Long connected on five of nine shots from the floor including four of six from behind the arc. The sophomore guard’s triple to end the first quarter gave McQuaid a lead it did not surrender at 18-15. READ MORE. 

No. 7 HILTON 51
No. 6 UPREP 61
Jakhi Lucas led UPrep with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Zach Harris Scott added 10 points and 13 rebounds. Tah-Jae Hill topped Hilton with 20 points. READ MORE.

CLASS B:

No. 1 MYNDERSE 57
No. 5 GREECE ODYSSEY 62
Scratching and clawing for everything they could get, Odyssey forced turnovers on five straight possessions. Travon Harper hit a floater in the lane for a 44-43 edge with 14.5 to go in the third quarter. Three possessions into the fourth, Jaden Hartsfield grabbed a loose ball off an Aric Williams block, went the length of the floor and finished with a layup. READ MORE.

No. 2 PENN YAN 65
No. 3 LIVONIA 70
Forwards Devante Gwyn and Barrett Lowe combined for 31 points in the post while guards Alex Minnehan and Da’Vieque Naulls poured in 33. READ MORE.

CLASS D1:

No. 1 CLYDE-SAVANNAH 71
No. 5 MT. MORRIS 57
Marcus Chance Jr. scored 29 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Clyde-Savannah. Derrick Chance added 23 points, five assists and three steals, Dru Carnavale finished with 12 points, 13 rebounds and five assists Cam Chance had 11 rebounds.

Dylan Cicero paced Mt. Morris with 13 points and nine rebounds.  Josh Hart had 12 points and three steals. Cam Regal collected 11 points and 19 rebounds. Jansel Martinez had 10 points.

Clyde started the game on an 18-4 run and led 24-11 after the first quarter.  Mt. Morris cut the lead two points in the second quarter and was as close as five in the fourth. Clyde-Savannah finished 19 of 26 from the free throw line while Mt. Morris was 13 of 28.

No. 10 NAPLES 53
No. 6 HONEOYE 70

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