Monday Wrap: Clarke-Desouza gives Rochester Prep double vision; Broyld paces R-H

FRANKLIN (1-3) 85
Freshman Brandon Moore paced a decisive third quarter when Franklin outscored Early College, 26-3. READ MORE

The Silverhawks jumped out to a 20-5 first quarter lead and never trailed behind Ke’vion Mitchel and Reggie Smith’s 21 and 20 points respectively. Mitchel also secured six rebounds while dishing out six assists and Smith collected seven rebounds. Logan Hayes added 16, which included five 3’s, along with four steals and a block. Ethain Clarke-Desouza grabbed 15 boards to go along with 10 points and a block for his first double-double of the season. Keshaun Chatman finished with double-digit rebounds (14) while scoring four points, blocking two shots and recording four steals. Montreall Wright scored three and Jonathm Denegal two to round out the scoring for SOTA. Wesley Henderson scored 11 points to pace the Tigers, who got seven from Jaden Hayes and six from Josh Heath. All seven of Hayes points came in the fourth, the Tiger’s highest scoring quarter of the night. Marques Thomas and Jacquis Robinson added a pair of three pointers with Donya Walton scoring from two to complete the scoring for Rochester Prep.

WATERLOO (3-1) 72
Captain Derek Slywaka poured in 14 in the fourth quarter to finish with 30 points, 10 rebounds and five steals for the third win in a row for the Indians, who trailed for the first three quarters before Slywaka nearly doubled his point total in the final frame. John Lawerence added 20 to go along with two rebounds, two assists and two steals. Kyle Slywaka scored 9 points to go along with seven rebounds and three steals, while Julian Ruiz recorded 12 assists, five rebounds and three steals on top of his four points. Nic Champion finished with four points, JaiQuan Lewis had two and Jhared Charlot scored one to complete the scorers for Waterloo. Tremier Dollar paced the Griffins with 25 to record 65 points in his last two games. Dollar and Jeshua Shaw combined for 24 of the Griffins’ 25 points in the third quarter, when they led 57-49. Bobby Searight put up nine points while Shaw added 19. Micharl Thomas finished with six while Jahlil Bell and JaQuan Close both added four apiece to round out the scoring for WOIS.

VICTOR (1-3) 57
The Royal Comets led after the first quarter and never looked back behind Shamire Broyld’s 24 and Javonte Williams’ 17 points. Broyld scored in every quarter, including a 10 point performance in the second. Tyshaun Seawright also scored in double figures, adding 10, Eddie Beverly finished with seven, Charles Bowden added four and Tim Jackson scored three to complete the scoring for R-H, who went 10 for 12 from the free throw line. Captain Matt Caggiano led the Blue Devils with 20 points, which included five 3’s. Phil Nwugwo finished with eight points and Will Stone tallied seven, while Chase Dickens knocked down two 3’s in the contest. Captain Jeremy Summerson and Will Tehan both scored two points each to round out the scorers for Victor.

AQUINAS (1-3) 70
Justin Johnson connected four times behind the 3-point arc including back-to-back treys to give Aquinas a 44-41 lead with less than three minutes remaining in the stanza. The Li’l Irish and Gaelic Knights traded baskets and the lead before a Monte Johnson bucket gave Bishop Ludden a 51-50 edge heading into the fourth quarter. READ MORE.

ROMULUS (3-2) 43
Parker Watson netted 17 points with eight steals and five rebounds. CJ Hill scored 12 points and had nine rebounds for the Lakers. Byron Stevens finished with nine and Johnathon Wells had four for Hammondsport, who after trailing three quarters unleashed a 16 point fourth quarter to bring the game within one. High scorers for the Warriors were Spencer John with 13 points and Hunter Hansen netting nine points. Daryl Morrell scored seven and Max Mapstone finished with six, while Camden Derby had five and Luke Willower knocked down a three pointer for Romulus.

BELFAST (0-1) 61
Belfast jumped out to a 12-2 lead with 2:04 remaining in the first quarter and led 15-6 at the end of the quarter. Prattsburgh opened the second quarter on a 6-0 run to make it 15-12 with 6:20 remaining in the quarter. The Vikings took their first lead of the game at 22-21 but Belfast regained the lead and led 28-27 at Halftime. Belfast senior star Adam Enders scored 17 first half points. Prattsburgh junior Mason Putnam was held to seven first half points. The third quarter is when Putnam and the Vikings took over. Putnam scored 16 of his 27 points in the third quarter as Prattsburgh outscored Belfast 26-14 to take a 53-42 going into the final quarter. Belfast would get as close as three points in the fourth quarter but the Vikings never let them get any closer. Enders finished with 30 points to lead the Bulldogs. Senior Kevin McCumiskey hit four 3-pointers and finished with 16 points. Alex Enders scored seven and Stephen Shruckman had eight for Belfast. Prattsburgh sophomore James Crowder scored 15 points and grabbed 15 rebounds. Sophomore Kris Johnson finished with 10 points, Ammon Anderson scored seven, Caleb Clements got six and Chris Hively had five to round out the scoring for the Vikings.

HINSDALE (0-3) 50
FILLMORE (3-0) 79

RED CREEK (2-4) 53

ANDOVER (2-3) 47


ADDISON (4-0) 53



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