Friday Wrap: Fairport erases 5-point deficit in final minute; Carr’s late 3 leads Hilton

NE Douglass improved to 11-3 with a win over Bishop Kearney.

VERTUS (0-14) 51
FRANKLIN (6-8) 73
Freshman guard Brandon Moore finished with a game-high 21 points as Franklin surged to a 39-19 halftime lead and won their third straight game. Junior forward Tahjir King contributed 13 points, grabbed seven rebounds, and swiped four steals. Tyrone House scored 12 points and hauled in nine rebounds. Senior forward Anthony Smith scored three points, collected seven rebounds, dished out five assists, and had four steals. Senior guard Devonte Goins chipped in 10. For Vertus, junior guard Eric LeBrane netted 15 of his team-high 17 points in the second half. Junior forward Xalen Lucas contributed 10. Other scorers- Franklin: Tyree Spann (7), Raheim Drisdon (3), Teriq Johnson (3), Malcolm Brown (1), Vertus: De’Andre Hunter (9), Jabez Thompson (5), Cesar Ostolaza (2), Amauri Smith (2), Jarel Dixon (2), Quanmay Early (1), Clovis Meikle (1).

MONROE (11-4) 79
WILSON MAGNET (4-10) 76 OT
Trailing by seven points with 34.4 seconds remaining in regulation, the Monroe High boys’ basketball needed that much and overtime to win its fourth straight game. Jamar Williams picked up a loose ball and finished in the lane with an and-1 for the eventual game winner. READ MORE.

NE DOUGLASS (11-3) 83
BISHOP KEARNEY (6-9) 74
Adonis Flagler swiped the ball, motored out on the break and realized he wasn’t going to be caught. With a five-point lead and less than 30 seconds remaining, why not go for the highlight? The 6-foot-1 junior rose up and threw down a one-handed dunk, the capper to NE Douglass’s 82-74 road victory. READ MORE.

GREECE OLYMPIA (6-7) 61
WORLD OF INQUIRY (4-9) 72
Four players scored in double figures for World of Inquiry in their second straight win. The World of Inquiry Griffins outscored Greece Olympia, 39-27, in the second half including 22 in the fourth quarter. Tremier Dollar netted nine in the final period and finished with 17 points. The senior guard went 6-of-11 from the free throw line. Senior center Bobby Searight scored 17 points of his own. Jahlil Bell and Jeshua Shaw each netted 13. Shaw knocked down four shots from beyond the arc. For Greece Olympia, sophomore guard Darnell Williams scored a season-high 24 points. Sophomore forward Collin James had 22 of his own. Senior guard Kris Perez went 2-of-2 from the charity stripe and netted 12 points. Other scorers- World of Inquiry: Ja’Quan Close (9), Romel Brown (3), Greece Olympia: Jeff Jung (3).

FAIRPORT (10-4) 55
PENFIELD (4-10) 54
Vanzell Johnson topped Fairport with 16 points, followed by Ryan Lucey with 11 points. Johnson scored nine points during a 27-point fourth quarter for the Red Raiders. After heading into halftime knotted with Fairport at 25 apiece, Penfield took control of the game with an 18-3 scoring difference in the third quarter, entering the fourth with a 43-28. However, Fairport would not be beaten so easily, staging a comeback. Battling back to trail by just five points with 54.7 seconds remaining in regulation, Brett Heininger knocked down a pair of free throws, then Max Molisani snatched the ball away from the Patriots and laid the ball in to cut the lead to one point. This set up Lucey to sink the game-winning basket with two seconds left, taking the lead and the win for the Red Raiders. After the dust settled, Fairport had outscored the Patriots 27-11 in the fourth quarter. The win was the fourth in Fairport’s last five games. Patrick Piampiano netted 22 points with a trio of threes to lead Penfield. Piampiano also went 9-for-10 from the charity stripe. Javion Monroe added 15 points for the Patriots. Penfield has lost four of its last five games. Other scorers: Fairport- Max Molisani (8), Andre Starks (7), Brett Heininger (6), Jack Lindstrom (3), Stefan Milinkovic (3), Collin Espada (1), Penfield- Ryan Wensley (7), Jayden Bulger (3), RJ Green (3), RJ Wilkins (3), Dan Vercruysse (1).

RUSH-HENRIETTA (8-7) 73
HILTON (11-2) 74
Mitchell Carr hit the go-ahead three-pointer with 3.8 seconds remaining to give Hilton their fourth win in the last five games. The senior forward netted 10 of his 18 points in the second half as both teams scored 40 in the final two periods. Carr finished with three shots from beyond the arc and went 3-of-4 at the free throw line. Tah’Jae Hill poured in 19 of his game-high 39 points in the third quarter as the Hilton Cadets outscored Rush-Henrietta, 24-17. The junior guard hit 10 of his 13 made field goals from inside the arc and went 10-of-11 from the free throw line. Trailing 16-12 at the end of the first quarter, Rush-Henrietta Shamire Broyld netted 22 of his team-high 25 points in the final three periods. The senior forward made seven shots from inside the arc and eight of his 10 attempts from the foul line. Other scorers- Hilton: Ryan Kurtz (7), Najier Daniels (4), Noah Malta (3), Colin Burkis (3), Rush-Henrietta: Tyshawn Searight (9), Javante Williams (6), Tim Jackson (4), Eddie Beverly (4), Nyles Goodwin (3).

WEBSTER SCHROEDER (6-7) 66
VICTOR (3-10) 49
Trailing 12-11 at the end of the first quarter, Luke Insley netted all 20 of his game-high points in the final three periods, including 10 in the second, as Webster Schroeder tallied their fourth victory in the last five games. The sophomore guard knocked down three shots from beyond the arc and went 3-of-3 from the free throw line. Junior forward JoJo Plummer scored 11 of his 15 points in the second and fourth quarters combined. Senior guard Colin Merkey netted 12 and went 5-of-5 from the foul line. Junior guard Josh Hauman made three long-range shots and two free throws en route to 11. For Victor, Matt Caggiano netted 12 of his team-high 16 points in the first and third quarters. The junior guard hit three shots from long range. Sophomore center Connor Williams had 11 of his 14 points in the second half. Other scorers- Webster Schroeder: Nick Hauman (5), Collin Donnelly (3), Victor: Chase Dickens (5), Jake Gauthier (5), Jeremy Summerson (5), Matt Leonardo (2), Will Tehan (2).

BRIGHTON (4-7) 66
GREECE ARCADIA (1-14) 51
Senior center Nate Sponsel scored a game-high 24 points as Brighton snapped their three-game losing streak. Senior guard Jack Falter netted 12. Junior guard Matthew Falter chipped in 10. For Greece Arcadia, sophomore forward Adam Hurlbutt had a team-high 15 points. Junior forward Travers MacNeal contributed 11. Other scorers- Brighton: Najeeb Awad (8), Jack Carl (4), Chase Seibold (2), Lukas Stanat (2), Sam Zarkowsky (2), Stevie McCloud (1), Agathia Visveswaran (1), Greece Arcadia: Anthony Stephenson (9), Jerell Robinson (5), Evan Insley (4), Casey Amato (3), Kyle Blum (2), Cooper LaValley (2).

SPENCERPORT (4-10) 37
IRONDEQUOIT (10-2) 64
Josh Stenglein scored 16 points, including 11 in the second quarter and three 3-pointers, to lead Irondequoit (No. 20 NYSSWA Class A). Kenny Gonzalez followed with a season-high 12 points, finishing 4-for-4 from the free throw line. The Eagles go started quickly, outscoring Spencerport 16-7 in the first quarter, and headed to the locker room with a 39-10 lead at the half. Irondequoit has now won six of its last seven games, with the last three wins coming by over 25 points.  Gino Pellett finished as Spencerport’s lone double-digit scorer with 10 points, with Patrick Uebelacker adding eight points and Trey Kubitz contributing a season-high seven points. The Rangers have now lost three consecutive games, surrendering 64 points in each of the last two games. Other scorers: Irondequoit- Keenan Robertson (9), Freddie June Jr. (8), Paris Holmes (4), Jordan Kimble (4), Connor Shafer (3), Luke Meildona (3), Josh Rizzo (3), McGuire Craig (2).

GATES-CHILI (13-2) 70
CANANDAIGUA (0-14) 48
Adam Williams led Gates-Chili to their sixth consecutive victory with 14 of his season-high 29 points in the first quarter and four three-pointers. The Gates-Chili Spartans led Canadaigua, 22-9, at the end of the first period. Devin Walton scored four in each of the final three quarters of play and went 4-of-4 at the free throw line en route to 14 points. Turner Harris collected all seven of his points in the second quarter. The Spartans took a 55-28 lead into the final quarter of play. Ryan Welch topped Canandaigua with 11 points, finishing the evening 7-of-8 from the free throw line. Casey Heron and Drew Boseck each contributed seven points. Other scorers- Gates-Chili: Mitchell Harris (5), Tre Green (4), Mair Morrison (4), Damari McCutchen (2), Andrew Newcombe (2), Traylan McCray (2), Sedrick Thomas (1), Canandaigua: Luke Pawlicki (5), Nick Brunelli (4), Mitch Pfeiffer (3), Hunter Wyand (3), Joey Brinza (3), Joey Urlacher (3).

GREECE ATHENA (13-2) 67
BROCKPORT (7-6) 58
Melvin Council, Jr. netted 20 of his game-high 27 points in the first half as Greece Athena (No. 19 NYSSWA Class A) held on to its 42-36 lead for their sixth consecutive victory. The junior guard hit 10 shots from inside the arc and two 3-pointers. Kelvin Reaves, Jr. scored all 16 of his points in the first three quarters as the Greece Athena Trojans extended their lead to 53-36. The senior guard made two shots from beyond the arc and went 2-of-2 from the free throw line. Junior guard DeAndre Newsome chipped in 11 points. For Brockport, Samuel Velletri scored all 16 of his points in the second half. The junior guard knocked down four three-pointers and went 2-of-2 at the free throw line. Senior guard Kyle Palka netted 12 of his 16 points in the second half and converted seven shots from inside the arc. Willie Ball chipped in 12. Other scorers- Greece Athena: Johnny Salone (9), Isaiah Brock (2), Terrell Wilson, Jr. (2), Brockport: Shamar Lee (4), Ishmael Hannah (4), Esten Schalge (2), Kevin Lawrenz (2), Troy Leibert (2).

HARLEY ALLENDALE COLUMBIA (6-8) 61
NAPLES (11-3) 39
Sophomore guard Noah Mendola had 15 points and three shots from beyond the arc as HAC a won its second straight game. Owen Tindall chipped in 12 of his own and knocked down four three-pointers. Senior center Ryan Hilton scored 11 points, hauled in 11 rebounds, and collected four assists. Junior guard Henry Nicosia collected two points and grabbed six rebounds. The Wolves hit all 11 of their free throws. For Naples, senior guard Cole Rathbun scored nine points. Other scorers- HAC: Max Brown (8), Jin Zin Tong (6), Aiden Keuling (4), Gifford Campbell (2), Naples: Adam Quarterman (8), Jake LaPrairie (7), Nick Clearman (6),Ben Green (3), Nick Green (2), Ben Gordon (2), Steven Lin (2).

NEWARK (11-3) 85
MIDLAKES (5-10) 47
Jayden Peters poured in 23 of his game-high 26 points in the first half as Newark surged out to a 47-28 lead and won its third in the last four games. The senior forward knocked down five of his six three-pointers in the first two quarters and went 2-of-2 at the free throw line. Junior forward Devin Agosto scored 10 of his 12 points through the first 16 minutes of game play. For Midlakes, Matt Mattoon netted 22 of his team-high 24 points in the first half. The senior guard hit nine shots from inside the arc and went 6-of-6 at the foul line. Other scorers- Newark: Mason VanDeMortel (9), Josh Green (9), Gavin Buck (8), Dustin Case (7), Adian Elliott (4), Kyle French (4), Kyle Martinez (3), Anthony Wright (2), Blade Case (2), Midlakes: Chris Weston (6), Kyle McCann (5), Ashtian Llano (5), Trevor VanNostrand (3), Ryan Spingler (2), Matt Crouch (2).

PENN YAN (7-8) 45
MYNDERSE (7-7) 52
Darren Miller netted 13 of his game-high 20 points in the second and third quarters combined as both teams scored 23 in that span, but Mynderse came out on top with its second straight win. The senior forward hit eight shots from inside the arc. Griffin Herron and Jared King each scored 11 points. Herron had eight in the fourth quarter-all on free throws as the Mynderse Blue Devils outscored Penn Yan, 17-16. Trailing 12-6 at the end of the first quarter, Penn Yan senior forward Connor Fingar had all 13 of his team-high points in the final three periods. Sophomore forward Mason Kuver scored eight of his 10 points in the fourth quarter and knocked down two shots from beyond the arc. Other scorers- Mynderse: Troy Kabat (3), Mike Bogart (3), Nick Jones (2), Sal Franzone (2), Penn Yan: Peter Nicholson (8), Kyle Berna (6), Peyton Schuck (5), Brennan Prather (3), Colton Smith (2).

SCIO (10-2) 72
WHITESVILLE (0-13) 24
Sophomore guard Brendal Jackson scored eight points, collected a pair of rebounds, and had a steal for Whitesville. Jesse Pensyl had seven points, hauled in 10 rebounds, swiped five steals, dished out three assists, and blocked two shots. Other scorers- Whitesville: Robert Whitesell (7), Chris Gullett (2).

GANANDA (13-2) 76
MARION (2-12) 47
Tim McClare scored 10 of his team-high 18 points in the second half as Gananda outscored Marion, 27-18, in the final two periods for their 11th victory in the last 12 games. The senior center hit eight shots from inside the arc and went 2-of-2 from the free throw line. Jayden Castrechini netted 12 of his 16 points in the first quarter as the Blue Panthers outscored the Marion, 36-7. The senior guard knocked down seven shots from inside the arc and two free throws. Senior forward Zach Dier scored 9 of his 13 points in the first period as well. Sophomore guard Andrew Gabbard contributed 10. For the Black Knights, senior center Jonathan Binau scored all 21 of his game-high points after the first period. Other scorers- Gananda: Jerry Brongo (6), Isaiah Rowley (6), Kole Wright (3), Sebastain Hergert (2), Sergio Lopez (2), Marion: Jacob Herman (7), Jake Fioco (7), Christopher Dobbie (5), Allen-Michael Sedore (3).

ADDISON (12-3) 52
JASPER-TROUPSBURG (12-5) 39
Daniel Ames scored a game-high 18 points as Addison won for the first time in two games. The senior guard knocked down three shots from beyond the arc and a trio of free throws. Senior guard Nick Sutryk contributed 14 points. Junior center John Stierly chipped in 10. For Jasper-Troupsburg, senior forward Weston Hayes scored a team-high 15 points. Other scorers: Addison, Gage Ames (7), Blake Driskell (3), Jasper-Troupsburg: Brayden Hill (6), Tyler Flint (6), Devon Hawkins (6), Noah Price (2), Aaron Flint (2), Reese Draper (2).

AVOCA (14-2) 69
WILLIAMSON (5-10) 38
Avoca (No. 3 NYSSWA Class D) traveled to Wayne County and picked up a non-league win over Williamson. After a back and forth first quarter, the Avoca Tigers led 18-17. The Tigers’ defense clamped down and held the Williamson Marauders to five points in the second quarter en route to a 37-22 halftime lead. For the Tigers, senior Ladre Stanford scored 14 points and hauled in 13 rebounds in the first half. Nathan Nunn netted 13 points through the first two periods The Tigers held the Marauders to eight points in the third quarter and led, 58-30. Nunn finished with 26 points, including nine shots from inside the arc and 5-of-8 from the free throw line. Stanford finished with 21 along with 15 rebounds. The senior forward scored all of his points in the first three quarters and hit 10 shots from inside the arc. For the Marauders, senior forward Marty Williams scored 12 points. Other scorers- Avoca: Thomas Derick (7), Brady Brandow (6), Devin Stowe (3), Tristian Stark (2), Zach Hammond (2), Michael Hoad (2), Williamson: Tyler Ingaham (9), Andrew Brandt (6), Adam Fisk (5), Patsy Catalano (2), Connor Garrod (2), Cody Beland (2).

FILLMORE (9-4) 64
ARKPORT-CANASERAGA (3-13) 27

EAST ROCHESTER (10-4) 66
NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (1-13) 49

RED CREEK (4-12) 47
CLYDE-SAVANNAH (5-10) 52

SODUS (7-7) 48
LYONS (14-1) 100
Justice Smith scored 27 points to lead Lyons (No. 5 NYSSWA Class C).

WAYLAND-COHOCTON (7-8) 67
HAVERLING (6-8) 54

CANISTEO-GREENWOOD (8-9) 59
BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (5-10) 45

HINSDALE (4-8) 54
FRIENDSHIP (1-15) 31

BELFAST (8-5) 78
LIMA CHRISTIAN (3-11) 33

NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN (14-0/No. 8 NYSSWA Class A)
HORNELL (9-4)

ROCHESTER ACADEMY (4-8)
CHARLES G. FINNEY (11-2/No. 9 NYSSWA Class C)

MARCUS WHITMAN (11-1/No. 12 NYSSWA Class C) 68
DUNDEE (0-11) 37

SOUTH SENECA (2-11)
RED JACKET (11-3)

WATERLOO (8-5)
WAYNE (11-2)

BRADFORD (4-9)
BYRON-BERGEN (5-8)

LIVONIA (5-7)
DANSVILLE (5-9)

PERRY (7-7)
GENESEO (7-7)

CUBA-RUSHFORD (4-5)
LEROY (8-6)

KESHEQUA (2-13)
YORK (11-4)

GENESEE VALLEY (8-4)
ANDOVER (7-6)

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