Tuesday Wrap: Gates-Chili hangs on; Irondequoit rolls sans June

Greece Odyssey’s Travon Harper goes to the basket during Tuesday’s action. Greece Athena’s DeAndre Newsome (1) and Isaiah Brock (12) defend on the play. (Photo: DON SCANZAROLI)

LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (4-3) 65
WILSON MAGNET (3-4) 67
After scoring 10 straight to start the fourth, Wilson watched as Watson responded with a pair of buckets to help the Lions regain a five-point advantage with 5:33 remaining in the game.

The Wildcats mounted another comeback. Their defense forced a pair of shot-clock violations and held Leadership without a basket for nearly three minutes. READ MORE.

NE DOUGLASS (5-1) 83
WORLD OF INQUIRY (2-5) 55
Lamar Lovelace dropped 25 points for NE Douglass, followed closely by Jiahmere Mitchell with 24 points. Lovelace also had eight rebounds and five assists, while Mitchell grabbed eight rebounds and handed out four assists. Adonis Flager contributed 11 points, 16 rebounds, five assists and four steals. NE Douglass outscored WOI 53-27 in the second half. Tremier Dollar led WOI with 16 points, with Jeshua Shaw scoring 12 points and Jaquan Close netting 11. Other scorers: NE Douglass- Trevion Miller (9), Nicolas Jeanty (5), Anthony Fuentes (4), Gerald Peavy (3), WOI- Bobby Searight (8), Jahlil Bell (6), Michael Thomas (2).

EAST (7-0) 79
SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (3-3) 61
Zechariah Harris-Scott topped East with 21 points, while Chaz Washington added 17 points and Dyllon Scott had 10 points. Ethain Clarke-Desouza led SOTA with 20 points, followed by Ke’Vion Mitchell with 17 points. Other scorers: East- Kaori Barley (9), Seven McGee (6), Kai McCullough (5), Maurice Coney (4), Jordan Randolph (3), Freddie Brock (2), SOTA- Logan Hayes (10), Jonathm Denegal (8), Keshaun Chatman (6).

EARLY COLLEGE (0-5) 46
MONROE (5-2) 100
Four Red Jackets scored six or more points in the second quarter when Monroe grabbed a 47-22 lead heading into the locker room. Tyquil Glasgow scored eight in the stanza. Fidel Brock and JoJo Jones added six apiece in the decisive frame. De’Vante Mateo finished with a game-high 28. Brock added 18. Glasgow had 15 and Jones 14 to pace Monroe to its fourth straight win. Jahmir Bloom chipped in six. Michael Davis had four. Jamar Williams (3) and Kerone Kearse (2) rounded out the scoring for Monroe. Ahmir Buckhannon and Marquis Crawford led Early College with 13 apiece. Sam Jackson and Kemar McCloud both scored six for the Cobras. Jahan Richetts added four. Joe Williams and Kahlil Johnson scored two apiece to round out the Early College scoring.

GREECE ODYSSEY (4-1) 38
GREECE ATHENA (5-1) 61
Melvin Council and Kelvin Reeves combined for 31 points for Athena. READ MORE.

EASTRIDGE (3-3) 70
PITTSFORD-MENDON (3-0) 93
Michael Harrington dropped 31 points, including six threes, to lead Mendon, with Connor Krapf, Dan Cook and Jacob Shadders all scoring 12 points apiece. Cook also grabbed 10 rebounds and handed out seven assists, and Krapf also had five assists. Terrence Reid and Adrian Rodgers each netted 13 points to top Eastridge, followed by Jalen Rose Hannah with 10 points. Other scorers: Mendon- Nate Strauf (7), Caleb Arena (6), Will Orzell (5), Tommy Birmingham (3), Kevin Keneally (3), Charlie Bennett (2), Eastridge- Jordan Capers (8), Paxton Reed (5), Davahn Delazquez (5), Tony Arnold (4), Jahmel Demery (4), Koby Jones (3), Talib Kinlock (3), Jaden Keech (2)

GATES-CHILI (5-1) 54
VICTOR (1-5) 53
Adam Williams led Gates-Chili with 19 points, followed by Keith Slack with 12 points. Gates-Chili grabbed the lead after outscoring Victor 18-12 in the second quarter. Connor Williams topped Victor’s score sheet with 12 points, with Chase Dickens adding 11 points and Matt Caggiano contributing 10 points. Other scorers: GC- Andrew Newcombe (8), Devin Walton (7), Traylan McCray (4), Tre Green (2), Mair Morrison (2), Victor- Jeremy Summerson (6), John Crowley (6), Will Tehan (5), Jaxen Roth (1)

CANANDAIGUA (0-6) 43
RUSH-HENRIETTA (4-2) 56
Javonte Williams fueled R-H with 15 points, while Charles Bowden added 13 points and Eddie Beverly contributed 11 points. R-H extended its 26-24 lead in the third quarter by outscoring Canandaigua 12-6. Ryan Welch led Canandaigua with 19 points, followed by Chris Kurowski and Elijah Iheoma with eight points each. Other scorers: RH- Nyles Goodwin (9), Tim Jackson (8), Canandaigua- Joey Brinza (3), Cody Aikey (3), Luke Pawlicki (2)

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (4-1) 60
GREECE ARCADIA (0-7) 40
Trevor Chamberlain topped HF-L with 13 points, followed by Derek Childs with 11 and Hayden Smith with 10. Patrick Lustyk had nine points and 10 rebounds. HF-L went on a 22-4 run in the third quarter and led 45-19 going into the fourth and final quarter. Other scoring: HF-L- Josh Vogt (8), Mitch Slymon (3), Jack Emerson (3), Andrew Webster (3).

BROCKPORT (4-2) 60
SPENCERPORT (2-3) 42
Ishmael Hannah propelled Brockport with 18 points, with Kyle Palka adding 12 points. Nick Thibeau led Spencerport with nine points, followed by Patrick Uebelacker and Jon Taylor with eight points each. Other scoring: Brockport- Kevin Lawrenz (7), Shamar Lee (7), Troy Liebert (6), Oscar VanDetta (4), Willie Ball (3), Sam Velletri (3), Esten Schalge (2), Spencerport- Gino Pellett (7), Mike Contestabile (5), Ben Reding (4), Cartier Jefferson (1).

 

WEBSTER THOMAS (4-2) 62
PENFIELD (1-4) 53
Andrew Mason scored 31 points for Thomas, knocking down six threes over the course of the contest. Tyler Williams contributed 15 points for Thomas. Thomas led Penfield 31-22 heading into halftime. Patrick Piampiano (23 points) and Javion Monroe (22 points) were the top scorers on the evening for Penfield. Other scorers: Thomas- Dannie Palmer (5), Garrett Reeves (4), Stephen Katz (4), Nick Linder (3), Penfield- Jayden Bulger (3), RJ Green (2), Ethan Fili (2), RJ Williams (1)

CHRUCHVILLE-CHILI (2-2) 73
WEBSTER SCHROEDER (2-4) 54
Marcus Postell topped Churchville with 23 points, followed by Griffon Stella with 18 points and Kamern Poromon with 12 points. Churchville went into the fourth quarter up 57-37. Luke Insley led Schroeder with 18 points, with Jo Jo Plummer and Ky’mere Meeks each scoring 10 points. Other scorers: Churchville- John Keele (11), John Bagley (3), Marcellus James (2), Garland Akins (2), Tyler Allen (2), Schroeder- Evan Ferrari (5), Colin Merkey (5), Ethan Fame (4), JP McCarten (2)

IRONDEQUOIT (4-0) 68
FAIRPORT (5-1) 53
Playing without starting guard Freddie June Jr. due to an illness, Irondequoit took a 34-28 lead into halftime and held the lead for the remainder of the game. Patrick Thomas led the Eagles with 22 points, nine rebounds and five assists, followed by Keenan Robertson with 15 points and Josh Stenglein with 12 points. Robertson also had five rebounds, while Stenglein picked up five assists and four rebounds. Vanzell Johnson and Ryan Lucey tied for the Fairport lead in points with 12 each, with Andre Starks and Stefan Milinkovic each scoring nine points. Milinkovic pulled in eight rebounds and Lucey hauled in seven for Fairport. Other scorers: Irondequoit- Luke Melidona (9), Connor Shafer (5), Jack Brennan (4), Jordan Kimble (1), Fairport- Brett Heininger (7), Jack Lindstrom (2), Collin Espada (2)

BATAVIA (0-3) 35
PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (3-2) 61
Kevin Ryan and John Luther bith scored 12 points to lead Sutherland. Ben DiGiovanni added 10 points. Sutherland led 29-18 at the half. Caeden White topped Batavia with nine points, followed by Andrew Francis with eight points. Other scorers: Sutherland- John Messina (7), Stratton Hancey (5), Owen Flisnik (5), Matt Panara (4), Lincoln Perinello (3), Pat Sanna (2), Connor Fitzsimmons (2), Batavia- Luke Grammatico (6), Camden White (5), Jake Humes (4), Trevor Zewan (3)

UNIVERSITY PREP (3-5) 78
EDISON TECH (1-6) 48

AQUINAS (1-5) 60
ST. JOE’S (VI)  68

DUNDEE (0-6) 40
HARLEY-ALLENDALE-COLUMBIA (4-5) 54
Ryan Hilton led HAC with 24 points, 15 rebounds and five assists. Isaac Seamans netted 18 points on six threes for Dundee. Other scorers: HAC- Noah Mendola (8), Max Brown (4), Henry Nicosia (4), Gifford Campbell (3), Aiden Keulling (1 point, six rebounds) Dundee- Austin Gibson (11), Peyton Boudinot (4), Michael Hand (4), Preston Cratsley (2), Brandon Edmister (1)

HAMMONDSPORT (1-6) 36
PRATTSBURGH (6-0) 60
Mason Putnam topped all scorers with 32 points for Prattsburgh, finishing 9-for-11 from the charity stripe. Kris Johnson netted 14 points in the game for Prattsburgh. Prattsburgh led 51-18 heading into the final quarter of play. Thomas Kressly, Parker Watson and Johnathon Wells each scored eight points to lead Hammondsport. Other scorers: Prattsburgh- James Crowder (6), Caleb Clement (6), Ammon Anderson (1), Chris Hively (1), Hammondsport- Michael Beam (5), Noah Wilkinson (3), Alex Davis (2), Nigel Snyder (1), Travis Beers (1)

BATH-HAVERLING (1-6) 63
WAYLAND-COHOCTON (2-5) 72

CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (7-0) 76
WARSAW (2-5) 48

LETCHWORTH (0-5) 51
AVON (7-0) 70
Connor Taylor topped Avon with 23 points, five rebounds and eight assists, followed by Nick Rowland with 20 points and five rebounds. Paddy Coyne had 10 points and four rebounds, and Tyler Dailey scored four points and grabbed nine rebounds. Avon opened the game by outscoring Letchworth 23-6 in the first quarter. Will Shearing led Letchworth with 22 points, including four three-pointers. Will Bean and Jimmy Cole each finished with eight points.

MOUNT MORRIS (3-2) 74
PAVILION (4-4) 58

CAMPBELL-SAVONA (2-5) 58
ADDISON (6-0) 73

ARKPORT-CANASERAGA (2-7) 45
ALFRED-ALMOND (3-2) 57

RED JACKET (6-1) 64
BLOOMFIELD (3-3) 40

HONEOYE (1-4) 44
ROMULUS (4-3) 49
Spencer John led Romulus with 16 points, followed by Camden Derby with 12 points. Romulus trailed 38-36 going into the fourth quarter. Dom Trippi topped Honeoye with 20 points, with Tyler Rudolph adding 15 points. Other scorers: Romulus- Max Mapstone (9), Hunter Hanson (8), Dan Reyes (4), Honeoye- Alex Jarosinski (7), Darren Redmond (2)

SOUTH SENECA (0-5) 41
MARCUS WHITMAN (6-1) 73
Liam Prendergast led Marcus Whitman with 15 points, followed by Aiden Royston with 13 points and Seth Benedict with 11 points. Whitman outscored South Seneca 40-12 between the second and third quarters. Anthony Reff topped South Seneca with 14 points. Other scorers: Whitman- Noah Hildreth (7), Jordan LaHue (5), Connor Tomion (5), Jon Donovan (4), Zack Lovejoy (3), Carson Miller (3), Christian Daniels (3), DeCouteau Blueye (2), Ryan Herod (2), South Seneca- Nate Knowles (9), Matt Kenyon (6), Richie Thomas (4), Nick Houck (4), Jeremy Williamson (2), Jack Mott (2)

WATERLOO (4-2) 71
NEWARK (5-0) 64
Derek Slywaka led Waterloo with 20 points, followed by Michael Hubbard with 12 points. Mason VanDeMortel topped Newark with 29 points, including six threes.

BATAVIA NOTRE DAME (3-3) 63
BARKER  34

DANSVILLE (2-3) 47
LIVONIA (2-3) 53
Alex Minnehan led Livonia with 18 points, followed by Jalen Marshall with 11 points and Steffan Gwyn with 10 points. After opening the second quarter down 15-11, Livonia took a 29-24 lead into halftime. Arrik Gerber topped Dansville with 18 points, while Ben Caruso scored 13.

ROCHESTER PREP (1-3)
ROCHESTER ACADEMY (1-4)

SCIO (2-1)
HOUGHTON (3-2)

GENESEO (5-1)
PERRY (1-3)

BELFAST (1-2)
GENESEE VALLEY (4-1)

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