Tuesday Wrap: Marcus Whitman wins 12th straight; Clark leads Wilson

EDISON TECH (1-16) 69
Rondell Watson scored for seven of his game-high 35 points in the fourth quarter when Leadership pulled away from Edison. Leading by one at 56-55, five different Lions contributed in the scoring column during the fourth quarter. Watson connected six times behind the 3-point arc in the game. Teammate Maurice McKinney added 15 points. Marquise Sabalier had nine while Kennyh Hardeman chipped in eight. Onajae Anderson (6) and Calvin Washington (3) rounded out the scoring for Leadership. Edison’s Alton Knight hit seven 3-pointers to pace the Inventors with 33 points. Torrean Lewis added 11 points. Jawaun had nine. Natrell Colbert (5), Jordan Leslie (4), Edgar Bass (3), Kevis Heard (2) and Nahjime Kirton (2) also scored for Edison.

FRANKLIN (6-9) 67
Brennan Clark scored 12 of his team-high 22 points in the third quarter when Wilson turned a seven-point deficit into a five-point lead. Clark connected six times from the floor during the the decisive quarter when Wilson outscored Franklin, 29-17 to take a 54-49 lead going into the final quarter. Maurice Young, Robert Davis, and Arthur Wilson all scored double digits with 18, 17, and 12 apiece for the Wildcats. Malikk Johnson (7), Latief Holmes (5), Rashi Smith-Jones (4), Tory Bradley (3) and Desi Floyd (3) rounded out the scoring for Wilson. Brandon Moore paced Franklin with 35 points. The freshman connected 12 times from the floor including six 3-pointers. Moore went 4-of-6 at the free-throw line. Devonte Goins chipped in with 14 of his own points to help Franklin take a 32-25 lead into halftime.  Franklins Gorb (14), Tyrone House (9), Tahjir King (6), and Marcher Spencer (2) also scored for Franklin.

NE DOUGLASS (12-3) 72 
Jiahmere Mitchell scored four of his game-high 30 points during the second quarter when NE Douglass outdistanced Schroeder 17-7. Mitchell connected three times from 3-point land in the game and also handed out five assists. Adonis Flagler added 13 points, 11 rebounds and five assists for the Panthers which won their third straight and fifth out of their last six games. Lamar Lovelace scored 17 points, grabbed seven rebounds to go with six assists and three steals. Josh Hauman connected on six 3-pointers to lead Schroeder with 22 points. JoJo Plummer added a dozen points and Luke Insley scored 11. Schroeder had won five of six entering the game. Other scorers: NE Douglass – Trevion Miller (6), Maurice Glenn (4) and Casey Diometre (2). Schroeder – Collin Donnelly (8), Evan Ferrari (3) and Colin Merkey (2).

VERTUS (0-14) 52
PENFIELD (5-10) 64
Patrick Piampiano hit three 3-pointers in the first quarter and scored 13 during the first eight minutes as the Patriots doubled up Vertus 16-8 en route to 29-17 lead at halftime. Piampiano finished with 28 points on the night. Javion Monroe added 15 for the Patriots. Jayden Bulger and RJ Wilkins scored six apiece. Jabez Thompson paced Vertus with 17 points. Deandre Hunter had 16. Other scorers: Vertus – Rashwan Williams (6), Eric LeBrane (6), Cesar Osklaza (3) and Xalen Lucar (4). Penfield – Ryan Novy (2), RJ Green (4) and Ryan Wensley (3).

EASTRIDGE (9-7) 67
Tony Arnold converted 11 of 13 free throws including three of four in the fourth quarter as Eastridge avenged an earlier loss. Arnold led three in double figures with 25 points. Jalen Rose-Hannah scored nine of 18 points in the second quarter to help the Lancers take a 37-30 lead into halftime.  Jahmel Demery had 12. Terrence Reid (6), Jaden Keech (4) and Jordan Capers (2) rounded out the scoring for Eastridge which won for the second straight time. Jaden Hartsfield paced Odyssey (No. 18 NYSSWA Class B) with 22 points. Travon Harper had 17. Aric Williams scored nine for the Leopards who had won two straight and eight of nine coming into the contest. Preston Mathis (4), Dylan Kolmetz (3) and Khyree Smith (2) rounded out the scoring for Odyssey which took the earlier meeting between the Monroe County Division IV rivals, 70-64.

HF-L went on a 23-10 run over the last six minutes of the third quarter to erase a nine-point deficit and take a 49-45 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Senior Derek Childs scored 10 of his career-high 25 points during the decisive stanza. Jack Emerson, Hayden Smith, and Josh Vogt all hit 3-pointers in the quarter. Patrick Lustyk scored six of his seven points in the fourth quarter including a big 3-pointers that gave the Cougars a 10-point lead. Childs grabbed 11 rebounds and blocked six shots. Trevor Chamberlain added 12 points. Emerson and Vogt chipped in five apiece. Reece Joint collected four points, four rebounds and four steals. Smith grabbed eight rebounds. Gino Pellett and Jon Taylor paced Spencerport with nine points apiece. Patrick Ulebacker had eight points. Cartier Jefferson (7), Nick Thibeau (5), Dan Taylor (4), Ben Reding (3), Alex Anderson (3) and David Stewart (2) rounded out the scoring for Spencerport.

LYONS (15-1) 82
Leading 30-25 coming out of the locker room, the Lions (15-1/No. 4 NYSSWA Class C/No. 1 PS SS Poll) outscored the East Rochester Bombers, 52-19, in the second half, including 30-9 in the third quarter. READ MORE.

WILLIAMSON (5-11) 44
GANANDA (14-2) 77
Tuesday night seemed to be three-point practice for Gananda as they sank 11 combined threes en route to back-to-back wins. After jumping out to an early 24-14 first quarter lead, there were seven threes made in total, five for Gananda and two for Williamson. Jayden Castrechini of Gananda had himself a night scoring 28 points while going 7-of-7 from the free-throw line. Jerry Brongo and Andrew Gabbard also added their own 14 and 13-point night. Williamson’s Marty Williams was the only player in double-digits scoring 14 points with nine in the second half alone. Tyler Ingham (7), Cody Beland (6), and Andrew Brandt (6) rounded out the scoring for Williamson.

C.G. FINNEY (13-2) 88
Keegan Ocorr and Markus Robinson combined to score 16 points in the third quarter when C.G. Finney (No. 7 NYSSWA Class C) turned a single-digit lead into a double-digit advantage. Leading by four at halftime, Ocorr accounted for nine points and Robinson seven when the Falcons outscored Prattsburgh (No. 1 NYSSWA Class D) 26-10. Ocorr and Robinson finished with 29 points apiece. Caleb Anger added 15 points. Steve Folkerts had six while Xavier Smith chipped in with five points and Josh Taylor four. The win was the third straight for Finney. Kris Johnson topped the Prattsburgh scorers with 23 points. Mason Putnam had 18. James Crowder (6), Henry DeVoe (5), Ammon Anderson (5) and Caleb Clements (4) rounded out the scoring for Prattsburgh. The Vikings have dropped two straight.

RED JACKET (12-4) 34
Jon Donovan led three in double figures as Marcus Whitman won its 12th straight game. Ryan Herod connected five times from 3-point land and finished with 15 points. Liam Prendergast added 16 for the Wildcats. Jordan Lahue had eight points and eight assists. Chase Rizzo paced Red Jacket with 10 points. Andrew DeMore and Matt Record scored eight apiece. Other scorers: Marcus Whitman – Aidan Royston (8), Dylan Pratt (2), Connor Tomjon (4) and Christian Daniels (2). Red Jacket – Hunter Williams (3), Hunter Fitzpatrick (2) and Mason Pollot (3). Marcus Whitman held Red Jacket to its lowest output of the season. The game was the fifth straight and eighth overall in which Marcus Whitman has held an opponent under 40 points.

WAYNE (13-2) 81
GENEVA (10-6) 68
Logan Blankenberg led four in double figures, and Wayne swept the regular season series between the two teams and won its seventh straight. Blankenberg (averaging 18.4 per game) scored 29 while Nick Carmichael added 22. Billy Thomson had 16 and Logan Holgado scored 10. Jaiden Burlee chipped in four points for the Eagles. The 81 points is the most a team has scored on Geneva this season. The Panthers came into the game holding opponents to 46.7 points per game. Nick Askin paced Geneva with 18 points to go with four rebounds and an assists. Reid Patchett added 14 points, three rebounds and two assists. Christian Tapscott had 13 points and four rebounds. Dante Reid grabbed six board and tallied four points. Kaya Parara (6), Jagger Kerr (4), Dante Reid (4), Parker Bossard (3), Nick King (2), Davonte Johnson (2) and Liam Ryan (2) rounded out the scoring for Geneva. Ryan also handed out four assists.

NAPLES (12-3) 51
ROMULUS (6-8) 43
Cole Rathbun connected on 12 of 15 free throws and finished with 20 points as Naples won for the fifth time in six games. Trailing 21-18 at half,  Rathbun tallied 10 of his points in the third quarter when the Big Green outscored Romulus 20-7. Ben Gordon scored 10 for Naples. Adam Quarterman added seven. Nick Green had six. Nick Clearman (4), Jake LaPrarie (3) and Steven Lin (1) rounded out the scoring for Naples. Spencer John led Romulus with 21 points. Daryl Morrell had seven. Luke Willower added five. Max Mapstone and Hunter Hansen chipped in four apiece. Camden Derby had two points.

HONEOYE (4-11) 52
Ryan Hilton scored 16 points, and HAC won its third straight game. Zintong Jin added 10 points for the Wolves. Max Brown and Owen Tindall scored eight apiece. Noah Mendola (7), Gifford Campbell (6) and Henry Nicosia (2) rounded out the scoring for HAC. Tyler Rudolph led Honeoye with 16 points. Dom Trippi had 15, and Jack Reynolds scored 10. Jake Jarosinski chipped in with seven points. Alex Jarosinski had four.

NEWARK (12-3) 63
Mason VanDemortel paced four in double figures as Newark won its third straight game and fourth in the last five. VanDemortel connected three times from 3-point land during a first quarter which saw Newark jump to a 20-8 lead on its way to 37-17 advantage at halftime. VanDemortel finished with 14 points. Kyle Martinez scored 12. Gavin Buck and Josh Green scored 10 apiece for the Reds. Devin Agosto (6), Adrian Elliott (5), Dustin Case (4) and Kyle French (2) round out the scoring for Newark. Paul Goodness topped Pal-Mac with eight points. Tanner Thompson had seven. Ashton Phippen scored six. Grady Arnold had five.

BLOOMFIELD (10-6) 74
DUNDEE (0-14) 40
Tanner Kimball scored 24 points, and Bloomfield won for the third time in the last five games. Alexander Roach added 20 points and five rebounds for the Bombers. Devin Campbell had 14 points, two assists, two rebounds and two steals. Mitchell Bliss grabbed nine rebounds to go with four points. Simon Wille collected a team-high five steals and had two assists. Adam Sheehan handed out a team-high five assists along with scoring eight points and grabbing three rebounds. Trevor Farrell and James McClelland chipped in two points apiece.

MARION (2-13) 56
RED CREEK (5-12) 71


MYNDERSE (7-8) 58
MIDLAKES (6-10) 61

SODUS (8-7) 70


FILLMORE (10-4) 51
SCIO (10-3) 39

ANDOVER (8-8) 49
Davon Bloom scored 10 points and hauled in 14 rebounds to lead Alfred-Almond. The senior forward also blocked two shots and handed out two assists. Dylan Guthrie paced Alfred-ALmond with 13 points and 11 steals. Arnold Saint-Phard  had five steals and scored 11 points. Isaac Little collected seven points and seven rebounds. Jonas Kays chipped in with nine points. Andover’s Chris Calladine led all scorers with 28 points. Marc Givens scored 11 for the Panthers.

BELFAST (9-6) 49

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