Wednesday Wrap: NE Douglass tops the century mark; Irondequoit avenges earlier loss

AQUINAS (6-10) 71 
Rondell Watson finished with a game-high 30 points to go along with five assists and four steals as Leadership downed Aquinas for the second time this season. Watson connected eight times from 3-point land to top the 30-point mark for the seventh time this season. Onajae Anderson added 14 points for the Lions, and Kennyh Hardeman had 12. Nate Doyle, Jr. handed out 10 assists and scored six points. Shamir McCullough chipped in with nine points. AQ’s Tyler Warner scored six of his 17 points in the first quarter to stake the Li’l Irish to an early 24-23 edge. Steve Mahar paced Aquinas with 21 points. Jack Scanlon had 14 points. Myles Blackwood (8), Gabe Miller (2), Jack Bleier (7) and Luke Putnam (2) rounded out the scoring for Aquinas. Leadership won the earlier meeting between the two schools, 87-66.

Early College got off to a hot start, holding a 19-5 after the first quarter, as Sam Jackson and Marquis Crawford combined for 15 points. Crawford finished with a team-high 20 points on five three-pointers, while Jackson dropped 13 points, all in the first half. Rochester Academy’s Albert Tomlin helped propel the Racers in the second half, as they outscored Early College 33-30 second half. Tomlin finished with a game-high 25 points, 19 of which fell in the second frame.

MONROE (11-5) 77
Fidel Brock and De’vante Mateo combined for 13 points during the second quarter when Monroe outscored SOTA, 21-4 as the Red Jackets went on to win for the fifth time in six games. Brock finished with a season-high 23 points, and Mateo added 21. JoJo Jones scored 12 points for Monroe, and Jamar Williams added 11. Kerone Kearse and Trevone Glasgow chipped in four points apiece. Jahmir Bloom had two. Ethain Clarke-Desouza paced SOTA with 22 points. Logan Hayes added 15, and Ke’vion Mitchell had 10. Reggie Smith and Keshaun Chatman scored four apiece. Joe Denegal had three. The loss snapped SOTA’s eight-game winning streak.

VERTUS (0-17) 52
NE DOUGLASS (13-4) 101
Adonis Flagler finished with 25 points, 17 rebounds, five assists and four steals as NE Douglass won for the fourth time in five games. Lamar Lovelace posted a game-high 28 points to go along with seven assists. Jiahmere Mitchell added 24 points, seven rebounds and five assists. Trevion Miller scored 10 points. Nicolas Jeanty and Jayden Berry chipped in six apiece for the Panthers. Casey Diometre had two. Eric LeBlanc led Vertus with 15 points. Jabez Thompson added 11. Quamay Early, Xalen Lucas and Amauri Smith scored six apiece. Cesar Ostolaza had four points, and Rashawn Williams two. NE Douglass led 43-24 at halftime.

Josh Stenglein scored 22 points, and Patrick Thomas had 13 as Irondequoit avenged an earlier loss. Stenglein connected five times from 3-point land including four triples in the first half when the Eagles jumped to a 36-22 lead. Keenan Robertson added 10 points, and Freddie June, Jr. had eight. Connor Shafer scored seven points, and Grayson Smith had six. McGuire Craig (4), Kenny Gonzalez (4) and Luke Melidona (3) rounded out the scoring for Irondequoit. Andrew Mason connected four times from behind the 3-point arc and paced Thomas with 25 points. Dannie Palmer scored four. Tyler Williams and Nick Annechino added three apiece for the Titans which took the earlier meeting between the two schools, 72-57. Garrett Reeves scored two points. Nick Linder and Brendan Connolly both hit a free throw apiece.

PENFIELD (5-12) 61
EASTRIDGE (10-8) 67
Jahmel Demery poured in a season-high 30 points to go along with 15 rebounds, and Eastridge won for the third time in four games. Demery scored 16 points in first half when the Lancers grabbed 34-32 edge. The senior forward has scored in double figures in nine straight games and 11 overall this season. Jalen Rose-Hannah added 20 points while Tony Arnold had nine for Eastridge. Terrence Reid (5) and Davahn Velazquez (3) rounded out the scoring for Eastridge. Patrick Piampiano led Penfield with 26 points. The senior converted on all seven of his free throw attempts in the game. Javion Monroe added 16. RJ Green scored six points. Jayden Bulger had four and RJ Williams three points. Ryan Novy, Ty Salmon and Ryan Wensley scored two apiece.

Jaden Hartsfield scored 17 points in a game which saw all 13 Greece Odyssey Leopards (No. 22 NYSSWA Class B) players contribute in the scoring column. Hartsfield connected three times from 3-point land to lead three in double figures. Travon Harper scored 15, and Aric Williams had 12. Dylan Kolmetz (9), Presten Mathis (8), Luke Schneider (6), Josh Haff (6), Romell Griffin (5), Ray Colbert (4), Jonah Holloway (3), Gerald Gaitan (2), Khyree Smith (2) and Kadeem Walker (2) also scored for Odyssey which has won three of its last four games. Ryan Welch led Canandaigua with 21 points. Casey Herod and Chris Kurowski added nine apiece for the Braves. Luke Pawlicki scored eight. Cody Aikey and Andrew Boseck both scored two points.

FAIRPORT (12-4) 58
Pittsford Mendon went on a 12-2 run to start the fourth quarter and built a 57-42 lead, the largest of the game. Senior forward Daniel Cook converted his third three-point play of the night and knocked down a trio of free throws. Sophomore guard Jacob Shadders made a layup and a foul shot. Seniors Michael Harrington and Connor Krapf each finished a layup of their own. READ MORE.

BATAVIA (8-8) 56
Patrick Lustyk’s three field goals led HF-L’s 19-9 second-quarter run, giving the Cougars a lead they maintained until the final buzzer. Lustyk finished with 22 points on five field goals and four threes. Hayden Smith and Trevor Chamberlain each contributed 11 points. However, Batavia’s senior guard led the game’s scoring. Mason McFollins scored 24 points, marking his 11th consecutive double-figure contest. McFollins sank four from behind the arc, three of which fell in the final quarter, and dropped in five from field goal range. Andrew Francis contributed 17 points. Other scorers: HF-L – Derek Childs (8), Reese Joint (5), Jack Emerson (3), Turner Wilson (2). Batavia – Joe Martinucci (6), Zach Gilebarto (5), Caeden White (2), Camden White (2).

VICTOR (4-13) 57
BROCKPORT (8-9) 74
Esten Schalge scored all of is team-high 14 points in the first half as Brockport jumped to 40-25 lead going into the break. Schlage connected four times from 3-point land and led three in double figures. Ishmael Hannah scored 12, and Sam Velletri had 10 points for the Blue Devils. Matt Rennie hit two 3-pointers and finished with eight points. Shamar Lee and Oscar Vandetta added six points apiece for Brockport. Matt Caggiano led Victor with 19 points. Jeremy Summerson contributed 16. Other scorers: Brockport – Willie Ball (3), Kyle Palka (3), Hunter Westcott (3), Troy Leibert (4) and Colin Cantrell (5). Victor – Chase Dickens (7), Will Tehan (5), Connor Williams (4), Matt Leonardo (2), Jon Crowley (2) and Phil Nwugwo (2).

Collin James and Jeff Jung, Jr. combined for 15 in the fourth quarter when Olympia outscored WOI, 23-15. Jung finished with 27 points and six rebounds while James registered a double-double with 17 points and 10 boards. Darnell Williams and Ehnoc Tussah added nine points apiece. Tussah collected six caroms. Wesley Elmore had six points and six rebounds for the Spartans. Makyle Murdock grabbed eight boards and scored two points. Tremier Dollar paced WOI with 29.  Bobby Searight added nine. Ramel Brown (8), Jeshua Shaw (7) and Jahlil Bell (4) rounded out the scoring for the Griffins. 

MOUNT MORRIS (13-3) 84

Darren Miller led Mynderse dropped a game-high 25 points, lifting Mynderse to a second straight victory. The six-foot-six senior sank eight from field goal range, one trey, and six from the stripe in three quarters on his way to yet another 20-point game. In part to Miller’s dominant scoring in the first and a spread-out second quarter, Mynderse maintained a fair lead over Pal-Mac. Tanner Thompson and Zach Baker each contributed a team-high eight points for Red Raiders. Other scorers: Mynderse – Jared King (8), Mike Bogert (7), Sal Franzone (6), Troy Katat (5), Nick Jones (4), Christian Torres (2), Jake Smith (2), Zach Montgomery (1). Pal-Mac – Michael Bergfjord (6), Nick Patnode (4), Ashton Phippen (4), Nick Sapienza (3), Alex Callaghan (3).

DUNDEE (0-16) 34
SOUTH SENECA (3-12) 55

ROMULUS (7-9) 49

HONEOYE (4-12) 43
Noah Hildreth and Liam Prendergast each scored 12 points for the Wildcats and Connor Tomion scored 10. Eight different players scored for Whitman. READ MORE.

NAPLES (12-4) 58
BLOOMFIELD (12-6) 62
Tanner Kimball was all over the stat sheet for Bloomfield in the win. Kimball recorded a game-high 27 points, four assists, four rebounds, and four steals. READ MORE. 

MARION (2-15) 42

WILLIAMSON (6-12) 64
SODUS (8-9) 49

GANANDA (16-2) 71
RED CREEK (5-13) 49
Jayden Castrechini dropped 14 points after the half to help the Blue Panthers pull away from a persistent Red Creek squad. Up by three in the third, the senior guard sank two from behind the arc and the rest from field goal range to cap Gananda’s 24-10 third-quarter run. Zach Dier and Andrew Gabbard each contributed 14 points throughout the game. Dier splashed four treys, while Gabbard scored five field goals and went 4-for-4 at the line. Red Creek’s Jack Smith led the game with 17 points on five three-pointers. Fourteen of his points, and four of his three balls, landed in the first half to keep Red Creek in it early. Other scorers: Gananda – Jerry Brongo (11), Kole Wright (9), Tim McClare (5), Isaiah Rowley (2). Red Creek – Cyrus Lerch (11), Dan Smith (8), Damin Jones (7), Lucas Fernandez (6).


GENESEO (8-9) 61
KESHEQUA (2-14) 27

YORK (12-6) 55
PERRY (9-8) 63
Perry’s second-half surge was enough to overcome York, tying the season series at one. Four Yellow Jackets contributed double-figures in the win: Carson DeVinney with 16, Michael John Grover with 15, Michael Hock with 12, and Mitchell Hockey with 11. “[Perry] showed great resiliency and rose to the occasion,” said York head coach Edward Orman. The game’s leading scorer belonged to York. Riley Stella drained 19 points for the Knights. James Kennedy and Josh Davis followed with 13 and 11 points, respectively.

DANSVILLE (6-11) 49
Cal-Mum’s (No. 10 Class C NYSSWA) 26-8 first quarter made the difference in the win at Dansville. While the rest of the game was more tightly played, the early lead kept the tempo for Cal-Mum. Vinny Molisani led with 22 points, seven rebounds, and five assists. Joe Laursen followed with 14 points and five rebounds, while Kyle Wade flirted with a double-double. Wade dropped 11 points, grabbed nine boards, and dished five assists. For the Mustangs, Arrick Gerber tied Molisani’s game-high with 22 points. Drew Morrow finished with 12 points.

Parker Watson and Thomas Kressly combined for 32 of Hammondsport’s 55 points to hold down a victory in the opening round of the Steuben County tournament. Watson led the game with 21 points, adding two steals, while Kressly added 11 points and four steals. For Arkport-Canaseraga, Zach Prial scored the team-high 18 points.

ADDISON (13-5) 52
Daniel Ames scored a game-high 22 points, while John Stierly recorded a double-double, to solidify the win in the opening rond of the Steuben County tournament. Along with his 22 points, Ames dished five assists, pulled down four rebounds, and grabbed three steals. Stierly’s double-double consisted of 19 points and 12 boards. For Canisteo-Greenwood, Brennan Baker dropped the team-high 18 points. Other scorers: Addison – Nick Sutryk (7), Blake Driskell (2), Trevor Knapp (2). Canisteo-Greenwood – Roque Santiago (7), Hunter McCaffery (6), Mike Knight (3), Evin Amidon (2).

BRADFORD (6-11) 41


AVOCA (16-2) 66
Ladre Stanford scored 13 of Avoca’s 17 first quarter points, helping the Tigers to an opening round win in the Steuben County tournament. Stanford led the squad with 23 points, 13 rebounds, four steals, and four assists. Brady Brandow followed with ten points, four assists, and four rebounds. Juniors Tristan Stark and Zack Hammond combined for 19 rebounds. Leading Alfred-Almond was Davon Bloom with 18 points.

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