Monday Wrap: East rallies late; Odyssey wins third straight

SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (12-7) 47 GREECE ODYSSEY (15-3) 65 Jaden Hartsfield knocked down four 3-pointers as part of 16 first-half points to keep Greece Odyssey close before Travon Harper scored all 14 of his points in the second half for to propel a comeback effort. Hartsfield finished with 20 points to lead Odyssey after they trailed 29-27 after two quarters. Ray Colbert also ended in double digits with 11 points. Aric Williams had seven, Presten Mathis and Romell Griffin both contributed five and Dylan Kolmetz put in two to round out the scoring for Odyssey. Ethain Clarke-Desouza paced SOTA with 19 points, including three 3-pointers. Ke’vion Mitchell added nine points while Reggie Smith had eight points. Joe Denegal scored seven with Keshaun Chatman and Saheed Miller putting in two points apiece for SOTA. FRANKLIN (9-11) 72 MONROE (14-5) 75 A balanced attack saw all five of Monroe’s scorers contribute in the first half. De’vante Mateo paced all Monroe scorers with 27 points. Fidel Brock and Tyquil Glasgow both finished with 19 points while JoJo Jones and Kerone Kearse added four points apiece. Jahmir Bloom rounded out the scoring for Monroe, putting in two points. Tyrone House led all Franklin scorers with 19 points. Brandon Moore and Devonte Goins each had 13 points apiece. Anthony Smith added 11 while Tahjir King score 10 points. Tyree Spann put in six points to wrap up the scoring for Franklin. EDISON TECH (1-18) 65 NE DOUGLASS (15-4) 70 Lamar Lovelace rained down five 3-pointers, three coming in the first half, as a part of his game-high 26 points for NE Douglass. The junior guard also went a perfect 5-for-5 from the free throw line. Jiahmere Mitchell added 19 points with Trevion Miller hit double figures as well, finishing with 14 points. Nicholas Jeanty put in six, Adonis Flagler had four and Jayden Berry scored one for NE Douglass. Alton Knight and Edgar Bass led Edison Tech with 16 and 14 points respectively. Mike Morgan added 11 with Shaheem Ellis and Torrean Lewis both fetching 10 points apiece. Nahjhime Kirton and Javonte McKnight finished with two points each to wrap up the scorers for Edison Tech. McQUAID (14-4) 82 AQUINAS (6-12) 75 With the Jesuit Knight holding a three-point edge, Jermaine Taggart connected on a pair of free throws before converting a rebound and putback. After Kobe Long drilled a 3-pointer in transition, Taggart followed with a trey of his own.  The junior guard hit back-to-back buckets to give McQuaid its largest lead of the first half at 42-31. READ MORE. VERTUS (0-19) 55 NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN (19-1) 101 Miles Brown opened up the first quarter with 10 points and finished with 31 to lead Northstar Christian. Section V’s all-time leading scorer hit three 3-pointers and went a perfect six-for-six from the free throw line. Two other Northstar players eclipsed 20 points, Michael Brown with 24 and Ryan Garwood with 21. Sean Smith added 11 points after knocking down three 3-pointers in the first quarter. Turner Harris scored four, Maalik Thomas had two and Khalil Iverson put in one for Northstar Christian. Jabez Thompson paced Vertus with 18 points. Jarel Dixon added nine while Amauri Smith and Quanmay Early both scored seven. Eric Lebrane had six points, Cesar Ostolaza put in five and Xalen Lucas finished with three points to wrap up the scoring for Vertus. HAMMONDSPORT (8-12) 54 BRADFORD (7-12) 62 Jordan Sutryk and Kobi Wakeman netted 20 points each while Steven Spina scored 18 points to lead Bradford. The high scorers for Hammondsport were Travis Beers with 14 points and Parker Watson with 13 points. LIVONIA (7-10) 50 BATAVIA (9-9) 61 Mason McFollins scored 14 of his 21 points in the first half to help Batavia take the lead early on and never let it go. He had three makes from beyond the arc to go along with 10 rebounds for the double-double and three assists. Andrew Francis finished a perfect six-for-six from the charity stripe as a part of his 14 point, six assist and two rebound performance. Jakes Humes added 11 points and four rebounds while Zach Gilebarto had eight points and three assists. Camden White put in five points and grabbed seven boards. Joe Martinucci rounded out all Batavia scorers with two points and four rebounds. Alex Minnehan paced Livonia with a game-high 26 points, including five 3-point makes. Jalen Marshall finished with nine points and AJ Davin added five. Noah Fasso and Steffan Gwyn both contributed four points apiece with Nathan Genthner wrapped up the scorers with two points for Livonia. LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (11-8) 65 EAST (18-1) 73 Dasani Barley connected twice from 3-point land in the fourth quarter including the go-ahead shot as East erased a late deficit to win its fourth straight game. Dyllon Scott and Chaz Washington combined for 22 second-half points for the Eagles which trailed by as many as 14. Scott finished with 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the double-double. Washington had a team-high 19 points along with five steals. Maurice Coney collected 13 points, seven assists and seven rebounds. Zach Harris-Scott chipped in with eight points and 12 rebounds. Barley added three steals to go with his nine total points. Howard Eagle (7) and Kaori Barley (1) rounded out the East. Rondell Watson connected on a six 3-pointers as part of a game-high 23 points for Leadership Academy. Teammate Kennyh Hardeman also scored in double-digits, putting in 16 of his 18 points in the first-half. Maurice McKinney (13), Onajae Anderson (4), Shamir McCullough (4) and Nate Doyle (3) comprised the rest of the scoring from Leadership. EARLY COLLEGE (5-14) 69 WORLD OF INQUIRY (6-13) 71 RCAC leading scorer and World of Inquiry guard, Tremier Dollar, scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half in a comeback victory. Teammate Bobby Searight scored a team high 17 points. Jeshua Shaw also landed in double digits with 13 points. Ja’kye Williams (7), Jahlil Bell (6), JaQuan Close (5), Rome, Browl (4) and Dasani Constantine (3) rounded out the scoring for WOIS, which trailed 41-37 at the half. Joe Williams converted 4-of-5 free throws and paced Early College with 14 of his game-high 21 points in the first half. Teammate Marquis Crawford scored 12 of his 14 points in the first half. Kemar McCloud (10), Sam Jackson (8), Jaiden Daymon (7) and Jovan Sargent (7) wrapped up the scorers for Early. BLOOMFIELD (14-6) 48 HARLEY-ALLENDALE-COLUMBIA (9-10) 35 Tanner Kimball led all Bloomfield players with 22 points. Devin Campbell put in 10 and Alexander Roach contributed eight points. Simon Wille added six and Ryan Hawkins had two to round up the scoring for Bloomfield. Ryan Hilton paced HAC with a team-high 11 points. Aiden Keulling put in six, with Owen Tindall adding five and Bobby Shearer scoring three. Noah Levine, Jin Zin Tong, Max Brown, Tristin Nicosia and Noah Mendola all had two points to wrap up the scorers for HAC. KESHEQUA (2-17) 52 YORK (13-6) 69 Cameron Chesnut led all scorers with 25 points as a 19-7 second quarter gave Keshequa an insurmountable lead. Josh Tallman also scored in double digits, finishing with 11. Matthew McFarland and David Cuozzoe paced York, putting up 19 and 16 points respectively. WARSAW (5-14) 58 AVON (15-4) 68 Connor Taylor poured in a game-high 25 points and dished out 10 assists in a double-double effort for Avon. The senior guard also recorded seven rebounds. Teammate Zach Colvin also collected a double-double in a 12 point and 11 rebound game. Tyler Dailey scored 12 points as well and Nick Rowland added 11 points and seven rebounds to round out the high scorers for Avon. Tom Standera led Warsaw with 13 points. Mikes James and Roshawn Scott both finished with 12 points to complete Warsaw’s top scorers. LETCHWORTH (3-16) 41 DANSVILLE (7-12) 57 Arrik Gerber rained in 3-pointers for a Dansville squad who took a 17-point first half lead and never looked back. Gerber finished with 22 points (four 3-pointers), five rebounds and three assists. Dylan Race and Drew Morrow both recorded double-doubles, as Race scored 11 points to pair with 10 rebounds and Morrow put in 10 points to go with 11 rebounds. Brody Stone and Jake Failla had six points each, with Stone grabbing three boards and Failla collecting 10 assists, five rebounds and five steals. Carter Davis completed the scoring for Dansville with two points and seven rebounds. William Shearing paced all Letchworth scorers with 17 points. William Bean added seven points and Johnny Mertsock put in six points. Zach Brown, Drew Dunbar and Theo Cancela all finished with three points, while Jimmy Cole had two to round out the scoring for Letchworth. PAVILION (8-11) 52 MOUNT MORRIS (16-3) 79 Jansel Martinez scored a team-high 20 points and collected four rebounds as Mount Morris used a 25-point first quarter to set the tone. Dylan Cicero added 17 points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals. Cam Regal recorded his first career triple with 11 points, 16 rebounds and 10 assists. Colin Young scored 10 points while Justin Martin (nine rebounds) and Jose Cruz both finished with five points. Joe Pagano had four points and Steven Soto (five assists) scored three with John Yost and Rob Hartigan both putting in two for Mount Morris. HINSDALE (5-11) 71 WHITESVILLE (1-17) 68 Jesse Pensyl flirted with a triple-double as his 21 points, seven assists, nine rebounds and four steals led Hinsdale. Colby Gaines garnered the double-double however, finishing with 16 points, 10 rebounds, two blocks and one assist. Robert Whitesell recorded 13 points, eight rebounds, four assists and four steals as Chris Gullett added 11 points three assists, two rebounds and a steal. Brendal Jackson contributed five points, four assists and a steal while Ian Middaugh put in two points to go along with four rebounds and an assist for Hinsdale. ROCHESTER PREP (8-12) 96 HOLLEY (3-16) 48 ALEXANDER (15-4) 65 BERGEN (6-12) 52 SODUS (9-10) 66 MARION (2-17) 48 ROCHESTER ACADEMY (8-11) 61 DUNDEE (0-19) 43 LEROY (9-11) 34 BATH-HAVERLING (11-7) 44 OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (10-9) 66 ATTICA (12-7) 43 KENDALL (8-11) 56 LYNDONVILLE (17-2) 81  

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