Friday Wrap: Eagles fly past Edison, Starks lights out behind arc

EARLY COLLEGE (0-2)  37
WILSON MAGNET (1-3)  77
Robert Davis scored a game-high 25 points, 23 of which were in the first half, to lead the Wildcats to a 44-17 at halftime. Eleven other Wildcats tallied points, including 11 by Brennan Clark and eight by Malikk Johnson. Early College was led by Jaequon Nesmith’s 18 points. Joe Williams contributed nine in the loss. Other scorers: Wilson – Desi Floyd (7), Musa Mohamed (1), Tory Bradley (6), Christian Oramas (5), James Johnson (3), Christian Harmon (3), Arthur Wilson (2), Dejzhon Crumity (4) and Maurice Young (2). AAhmir Buckhannon (5), Sma Jackson (3) and Kemar McCloud (2).

FRANKLIN (0-3) 52
WELLSVILLE (3-1) 55
Wellsville’s Max Jusianiec hit a deep three pointer as time expired to give the Lions the dramatic victory. Franklin tied it at 52-all with a three pointer with 5.9 seconds left. After a timeout, the Lions faced full court pressure by the Quakers, the Lions moved up court with five passes, hitting Jusinianic on the right wing for the game winner. Franklin trailed 45-34 in the fourth quarter, but a 15-4 run pulled the Quakers to within four at 49-45 with 3:11 left in the game. Tyrone House led Franklin with 13 points. Jusianiec finished with 13 points.

EAST (3-0) 89
EDISON TECH (1-2) 71
East ran out to a 45-32 halftime lead and never looked back. Four Eagle players scored in double-figures, including Damani Barley and Chaz Washington who had 19 apiece. Kaori Barley scored 17 and Zack Harris Scott 10 points. Damani and Kaori Barley hit five 3-pointers apiece. Alton Knight scored 22 points – including 18 in the second half  to lead the Inventors while Javonte McKnight added 13 and Nahjhime Kirton 10. Other scorers: East – Seven McGee (4), Dyllon Scott (4), Howard Eagle (6) and Kai McCullough (8). Edison Tech – Edgar Bass IV (3), Kevis Heard (7), Torrean Lewis (5), Natrell Colbert (4) and Jawun Holt (7).

BROCKPORT (2-1) 47
GREECE ATHENA (2-1) 58
Melvin Council Jr. scored 15 points, grabbed seven rebounds and dished out four assists while Kelvin Reaves Jr. scored 16 points to lead the Trojans to the win. Brockport was paced by Sam Velletri with 14 points. Johnny Salone logged a double-double for Athena with 12 points and 12 boards. Other scorers: Athena – DeAndre Newsome (5), Isaiah Brock (3), Austin Brown (5) and Terrell Wilson (2). Brockport – Willie Ball (4), Kyle Palka (4), Esten Schalge (3), Kevin Lawrenz (4), Troy Leibert (6), Shamar Lee (3), and Ishmael Hannah (9).

GREECE ODYSSEY (2-0) 70
EASTRIDGE (1-2) 64
Jaden Hartsfield scored 17 of his game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter.READ MORE

BATAVIA (0-1) 38
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (1-1) 43
Trevor Chamberlain scored 19 points and Josh Vogt added 16 to lead the Cougars. Vogt scored 14 of his points in the first half, including four three pointers. The hot shooting helped HFL to a 27-12 lead at intermission. Chamberlain had three assists and three steals. Derek Childs led the Cougars on the boards with eight rebounds. Batavia, which had several football players in its lineup not suit up after its state final run three weeks ago, was led by Luke Grammatical with 11 points and Jake Humes with nine. Joe Martinucci had 13 rebounds and six points for the Blue Devils.

IRONDEQUOIT (1-0) 68
SPENCERPORT (1-2) 24
Josh Stenglein topped Irondequoit with 14 points, including seven in the first quarter. Patrick Thomas added 12 points and Fredrick June contributed 11 points. Irondequoit raced out to a 20-6 lead after one period and 37-11 at halftime and kept the Rangers at bay the rest of the way to win it season opener. Nick Thibeau led Spencerport with six points, followed by Gino Pellett with five and Patrick Uebelacker with four. Other scorers: Irondequoit- Keegan Vankerkhove (8), Keenan Robertson (8), Connor Shafer (3), Nick Leonardo (3), Josh Rizzo (3), Jordan Kimble (2), Luke Melidona (1), Spencerport- Ben Reding (3), Alex Anderson (3), Jon Taylor (3)

HILTON (1-0) 61
RUSH-HENRIETTA (1-1) 47
Tah’jae Hill poured in 41 points in a career-high performance.READ MORE. 

VICTOR (1-2) 58
WEBSTER SCHROEDER (2-1) 79
Josh Hauman paced Schroeder to a 39-25 lead at halftime connecting four times behind the 3-point arc in the first 16 minutes of play. The junior hit seven 3-pointers for the night and a game-high 21 points. Senior Colin Merkey registered a double-double handing out 13 assists and grabbing 10 rebounds to go with six points and two steals. Luke Insley scored 17 points and had four assists for the Warriors. Ky’mere Meeks added 14, and JoJo Plummer had 13. Matt Caggiano led Victor with 14 points while Phil Nwugwo added 12. Other scorers: Victor – Will Stone (4), Chase Dickens (8), Jake Gauthier (2), Jaxen Roth (3), Jeremy Summerson (7) and Will Tehan (6). Schroeder – James Knox (4) and Colin Donnelly (4).

GREECE ARCADIA (0-4) 47
BRIGHTON (1-1) 72
Matthew Falter was on fire, hitting six three pointers and scoring 20 points to lead Brighton to its first win of the season. Falter hit three in the first half to help the Baron roll to a 38-17 and then hit three more in the second half. Agathia Visveswaran added 12 points — all in the second quarter – for Brighton. Anthony Stephenson led the Titans with 13 points while Evan Caufield scored eight. Other scorers: Arcadia – Cooper LaValley (1), Adam Hurlbutt (4), Jerell Robinson (5), Sean Crowell (2), Evan Insley (2), Travers MacNeal (5), Kyle Blum (3) and Joe Desiato (4). Brighton – Stevie McCloud (3), Elijah Fitts (3), Najee Awad (8), Chase Seibold (4), Lukas Stanat (4), Nate Sponsel (2), Tyler Evans (9) and Sam Zarkowski (7).

PENFIELD (1-1) 47
FAIRPORT (3-0) 59
Fairport’s Andre Starks buried three consecutive three pointers midway through the third quarter to break open a tight game. Starks, who finished with 15 points – all on three pointers – was helped out by Stefan Milinkovic who scored 12 points. Fairport broke open a 29-25 halftime lead by outscoring the Patriots 26-5 in the third quarter. Javion Monroe scored 16 points for Penfield. Other scorers: Fairport – Jack Lindstrom (3), Brett Heininger (9), Ryan Lucey (8), Vanzell Johnson (6) and Collin Espada (6). Penfield – Jayden Bulger (4), RJ Green (4), Patrick Piampiano (7), Ty Salmon (5), Ryan Wensley (3), Collin Pichany (5), Dan Vercruysee (1) and Ethan Fici (2).

WEBSTER THOMAS (2-1)  71
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (1-1)   68
Andrew Mason scored 28 points – including a perfect 14-for-14 from the charity stripe – to lead a fourth-quarter rally to push the Titans to the victory on the road. Trailing 50-48 heading into the fourth, WT responded as Mason scored 15 points, 10 of which came from the free throw line. Garrett Reeves added 17 on five 3-pointers and Dannie Palmer finished with 13 for the Titan cause. John Keele hit four 3-pointers and led the Saints with 18 points which included four three pointers and Griffin Stella chipped in 14. Other scorers: Churchville-Chili – Cameron Poromon (7), Marcellus James (5), Terrence Wilson (7), Garland Atkins (8), Marcus Postell (2), John Bagley (1) and Tyler Allen (6). Webster Thomas – Tyler Williams (9), Stephen Katz (4). 

AQUINAS (0-2) 62
SOUTH PARK (VI) 67
South Park rallied to defeat Aquinas in the Tom Keenan Memorial Tournament at Canisius High School in Buffalo. The Irish led 35-32 at halftime, 49-48 after three quarters and by four points midway through the fourth. Aquinas will play West Seneca West in the consolation game on Saturday.

UPREP (0-4) 49
SYRACUSE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE (III) 56
UPrep’s rally against Syracuse Academy of Science fell short in a first-round game in the Jamesville-Dewitt Tournament in Syracuse. The Griffins trailed 23-7 at the end of the first quarter and rallied to outscore SAS 15-8 in the fourth, but the lead was too much to overcome.

ROCHESTER ACADEMY (1-2)  49
EAST ROCHESTER (3-1)  59

WILLIAMSON (1-3)  66
MARION (0-2)  59

RED CREEK (1-3)  61
LYONS (3-0)  89

GANANDA (3-1)  65
CLYDE-SAVANNAH (2-2)  55

SOUTH SENECA (0-3) 55
HARLEY ALLENDALE COLUMBIA (3-2) 61
Ryan Hilton scored 26 points, including 12-13 free throws, to lead the HAC Wolves to their third straight win. South Seneca, which trailed 52-39 with 2:25 left after HAC’s sophomore Owen Tindall drained a three-pointer, mounted a furious rally on the shoulders of Anthony Reff to push the Wolves. Reff sank two three pointers and a floater to cut the lead to 57-54 with :15.4 left, but Hilton closed the door with four-straight free throws down the stretch. Hilton finished with nine rebounds and six assists.

DUNDEE (0-3)  29
NAPLES (4-0)  55
Ben Gordon led Naples with 10 points, followed by Tyler Northrup with seven and Ben Fowler with five. Peyton Boudinot and Austin Gibson each had seven points for Dundee.

RED JACKET (4-0)  67
ROMULUS (2-2)  49
Chase Rizzo and Matt Record both topped Red Jacket with 22 points. Rizzo scored 15 of his points in the first half, while 15 of Record’s came in the second half. Spencer John led Romulus with 16 points, followed by Hunter Manson with 10 points. Other scorers: Red Jacket- Adam Borst (11), Hunter Williams (5), Jeremy LaBombard (4), Hunter Fitzpatrick (2), Jarrett LeGault (1), Romulus- Camden Derby (7), Daryl Morrell (5), Max Mapstone (5), Luke Willower (3), Dan Reyes (2), Jared Fletcher (1)

MARCUS WHITMAN (3-1)  49
BLOOMFIELD (2-1)  34

GENEVA (2-2)  47
MIDLAKES (1-2) 45

NEWARK (3-0) 64
MYNDERSE (1-1) 43
Jayden Peters led Newark with 25 points and five rebounds, followed by Mason VanDeMortel with 15 points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals.

LIVONIA (1-1)  50
AVON (3-0)  53
Nick Rowland propelled Avon with 21 points and 12 rebounds, finishing the night 5-for-7 from the charity stripe. Connor Taylor also turned in a 12 point, 10 rebound and seven assist evening for Avon. Avon trailed by one point, 39-38, headed into the fourth quarter, but outscored Livonia 15-11 to take the victory. Jalen Marshall dropped 17 points to lead Livonia, followed by Nathan Genthner with 14 points. Other scorers: Avon- Tyler Dailey (10), Keegan McCracken (6), Andrew Rowland (2), Zach Colvin (2), Livonia- Alex Minnehan (7), AJ Davin (5), Shawn Minnehan (4), Noah Fasso (2), Steffon Gwyn (1)

WAYLAND-COHOCTON (0-4)  66
CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (4-0)  83
Vinny Molisani scored 20 points, grabbed five rebounds and handed out three assists for Cal-Mum. Eric Wilson contributed 19 points and four assists, while Joe Laursen had 18 points and 11 rebounds. Kyle Wade added 11 points, eight rebounds and four assists, with Ethan Pies tacking on eight points and seven rebounds. Connor Englert topped Way-Co with 29 points, followed by DeAndre Green with 18.

ARKPORT-CANASERAGA (2-2)  24
GENESEO (2-1)  52
Noah Reilly scored 15 points, including 11 in the first quarter, to lead Geneseo. Geneseo opened the game by outscoring Arkport-Canaseraga 23-4 and led 36-12 at the half. Zach Prial topped the score sheet for Arkport-Canaseraga with eight points. Other scorers: Geneseo- Jake Hamilton (8), Mike McCaughey (7), Giovanni Cicoria-Tinm (5), Owen Lyons (5), Jordan Lambert (4), Daniel Kelly (4), Adam Wright (4), Ark-Can- David McIntosh (5), Ryan Reynolds (4), Nate Herman (3), Jace Cassata (2), Noah Sleight (2)

BATH-HAVERLING (0-4)  54
LETCHWORTH (0-1)   41

MOUNT MORRIS (1-1)  48
YORK (2-1)  62
Riley Stella netted 18 points to top York, followed by Matthew McFarland with 13, Tim LaGeorge with 11 and Josh Davis with 10. York pulled ahead by outscoring Mt. Morris 15-2 in the third quarter. Cam Regal led Mt. Morris with 14 points, while Justin Martin added nine points.

PERRY (1-2)  57
PAVILION (3-3)  49

HORNELL (3-0)  34
LEROY (1-1)  31

HINSDALE (0-2)  55
ANDOVER (2-2)  74

PEMBROKE (1-1)   55
ATTICA (1-0)   59

LYNDONVILLE (3-0)  67
KENDALL (0-3)  54

BATAVIA NOTRE DAME (1-1)  48
ELBA (2-0)  52

BRADFORD (1-3)  37
ADDISON (2-0)  68
Nick Sutryk fueled Addison with 18 points, five assists and three steals. Danny Ames contributed 16 points and four steals, while John Stierly had 10 points and 12 rebounds. Addison opened the game with a 19-8 run. Steven Spina and Blaze Machuga tied for the Bradford lead in points with nine. Other scorers: Addison- Blake Driskell (7), Ronnie Dailey (4), Gage Ames (4), Shawn Ribble (3), Sean Dejaiffe (3), Trevor Knapp (2), Justin Hendrickson (1), Bradford- Jordan Sutryk (8), Joseph Miller (6), Kobi Wakeman (5)

PRATTSBURGH (2-0)   75
CANISTEO-GREENWOOD (0-3)  48

AVOCA (6-0)  84
ALFRED-ALMOND (2-1)  32
Nathan Nunn set an Avoca school record with nine three-pointers. Nunn finished with 36 points, with Ladre Stanford adding 18 points, Devin Stowe contributing 10 points and Brady Brandow scoring eight points. Avoca started the game with a 11-0 run and outscored Alfred-Almond 27-2 in the first quarter. Isaac Little topped Alfred-Almond with 13 points, followed by Devon Bloom with nine points. Other scorers: Avoca- Thomas Derick (6), Logan Dubois (2), Michael Hand (2), Alfred-Almond- Dylan Guthrie (5), Zack Patterson (4)

OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (1-2)   75
BYRON-BERGEN (1-3)  51

HAMMONDSPORT (1-4)  40
JASPER-TROUPSBURG (3-1)  44
Brayden Hill topped J-T with 15 points, while Parker Watson and CJ Hill each netted seven points for Hammondsport. Johnathon Wells also scored six points.

PENN YAN (3-1)  39
WAYNE (2-1)  61
Nick Carmichael finished with a double-double including 17 points and 12 rebounds to lead Wayne. The senior forward also had five blocks. Logan Holgado added 12 points of his own. Logan Blankenberg pulled down 11 rebounds and scored nine points. Connor Fingar led Penn Yan with nine points, followed by Mason Kuver and Kyle Berna, who each had seven points. Other scorers: Wayne: Jaiden Burlee (7), Max LaRocco (4), Billy Thomson (4), Louis Reding (3), Nathan McKenna (3), Caleb Kornaker (2), Penn Yan: Brennan Prather (6), Peter Nicholson (4), Peyton Schuck (4), Kyler Lloyd (2)

OSWAYO 28
BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (2-2) 62

ALEXANDER (2-1) 69
HOLLEY (1-1) 45

SODUS (1-1) 57
NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (0-4) 40
John Molisani led three in double figures with 21 points. Lonnie Logins added 17, and Paul James had 12. Quintin Norris paced North Rose-Wolcott with 14. Reece Morris had eight. Other scorers: Sodus – Marcelus Burton (4) and Marquese Burton (3). North Rose-Wolcott – Cameron McCann (5), Christian Scarborough (4), Nikos Solaropolus (4), Brendon Reed (3) and Gordon Howie (2).

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