Friday Wrap: Mason reaches 1,000 career points for Webster Thomas; Elba’s Dillon breaks school record

Andrew Mason (left) scored his 1,000th career point Friday night. Colton Dillon broke an Elba single-game scoring mark.

PARK (MM) 71
MCQUAID (2-2) 75
The Knights outscored the Pioneers 17-6 in the period to force overtime, then prevailed 75-71 in overtime to even their record at 2-2 and hand Park its fourth loss in 33 games. READ MORE.

SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (1-3) 57
NE DOUGLASS (2-3) 73
Adonis Flagler posted his fourth double-double of the season and scored 20 of his game-high 29 points in the second half to lead the NE Douglass. The senior guard connected 10 times from the floor including a pair of 3-pointers. He hauled in 14 rebounds and handed out five assists. Teammate Trynzeir Parker added 14 points and eight rebounds. Jason Jones hit a pair of 3-pointers and finished with 12 points for the Panthers. Nicolas Jeanty contributed eight points. Manny Rivera (5), Delzair Hanks (2), Je’Keim Mosley (2) and Aaron Dukes (1) rounded out the scoring for NE Douglass. Reggie Smith paced SOTA with 11 points. Ethain Clarke-Desouza had 10. Logan Hayes scored nine for the Silverhawks. Keshaun Chatman had seven. Montrell Wright (5), Raajon Moss (3), Loral Dillard (6) and Farhan Abdi (6) did the rest of the scoring for SOTA. NE Douglass led 29-25 at halftime before extending their lead to 11 points heading into the fourth quarter.

LEADERSHIP (4-0) 56
EDISON TECH (2-2) 54
Ja’mez Aiken knocked down a pair of go-ahead free throws in the waning seconds as the Leadership Academy Lions rallied past the Edison Tech Inventors, 56-54, for their fourth straight win to open the season. READ MORE.

WORLD OF INQUIRY (1-4) 66
EARLY COLLEGE (1-3) 70
Sam Jackson contributed four of his team-high 20 points in the third quarter when Early College turned a two-point deficit into a 10-point advantage. Jaequon Nesmith finished with 18 points on the night. The senior forward accounted for five points in the third quarter when the Cobras outscored WOI 17-5. Joe Williams added 16 points in the contest. Kemar McCloud had five while Jamari Williams had two and Jeremi Morgan one point. Jeshua Shaw paced WOI with 20 points. Romel Brown added 14, and Jahlil Bell had 10 points. Kevonne Fountain (8), Amir Hobbs (7), Dorian Smith (4) and Tre Alexander (3) rounded out the scoring for WOI.

WILSON (2-3) 63
FRANKLIN (2-3) 54
Three players finished in double figures for Wilson which took a double-digit lead into halftime. Zavarius Henry scored seven of his 17 points in the second quarter. Brennan Clark matched his teammate with 17. Darius Turner added 12 for the Wildcats. Nate Cotton added nine points. Jalen McDonald chipped in with five points and Latief Holmes had three. Franklin’s Tahjir King led all scorers with 18 points. Teriq Johnson had 12. Kentonio Kelly (7), Gary Simms (9), Dayvion Scott (6) and Jaylin Jordan (2) did the rest of the scoring for the Quakers. Wilson led 32-22 at half.

MONROE (1-3) 77
EAST (5-0) 101
Zechariah Harris-Scott produced a double-double of 22 points and 11 rebounds as East rolled to its fifth straight win to open the season. The senior forward scored 14 in the first and third quarters combined. Damani Barley netted three long-range shots and scored 13 of his 17 points in the first half as the Eagles surged to a 54-29 lead. The sophomore guard dished out eight assists as well. Justus Ross-Simmons scored 12 of his 16 points in the second and third periods combined and hauled down 12 boards. Kai McCullough had nine of his 11 in the opening period as the Eagles held a 23-17 lead. Clinique Jackson added 10 – all of which came in the second and third quarters combined. For Monroe, Axel Mejias and Jabez Thompson scored 18 apiece. Jahmir Bloom netted all 16 of his points in the first 24 minutes of game action. Other scorers – East: Kaori Barley (7), Desmond Williams (7), Freddie Brock (6), Corey Ellis (4), Exavier Roberts (1), Monroe: Miguel Serrano (7), Amariyon Johnson (4), Chauncy Joyner (1) 

BISHOP KEARNEY (1-1) 41
ST. MARY’S (XI) 69
Miles Rose scored 14 points to lead Bishop Kearney, and Deiontray Dixon added 10. Mike Gentile and Antwan Williams scored five apiece. Wilfredo Sanchez added three points. Nicholas Mulford and Shawn Anderson both scored two points. Kearney trailed 33-24 at half before being outscored 24-8 in the third quarter.

GREECE ARCADIA (0-5) 47
GREECE ATHENA (1-3) 83
Austin Brown and DeAndre Newsome scored 14 apiece as Greece Athena rolled to its first win. Newsome had all 14 of his points in the first half as the Trojans surged to a 48-14 lead. Kenny Freeman netted 10 of his 12 points in the first 16 minutes of game action. For Greece Arcadia, Gabe Taylor and Evan Insley scored 12 points each. Other scorers – Greece Athena: Tre Jackson (8), Tyler Curtis (7), James Reaves, Jr. (6), Jake Cerone (5), Jahon Jones (4), Terrell Wilson (4), Matt Duemmel (3), Zandyr Meakin (2), Edgardo Ortiz (2), Tyler Simmons (2), Greece Arcadia: Adam Hurlbutt (7), Anthony Stephenson (6), Casey Amato (4), Randy Malone (2), Vincent Cacia (1), K’myn Crumity (1)

PITTSFORD MENDON (2-0) 64
BRIGHTON (0-3) 58
Jacob Shadders netted 13 of his game-high 20 points in the first half as Pittsford Mendon held on for its second win to open the season. Jackson Green knocked down a pair of three-pointers en route to 17 points. For Brighton, Lukas Stanat scored 11 of his 13 points in the first half. Nathan Martin produced all 12 of his points in the final 16 minutes of game action. Tyler Ortiz and Aiden Lazenby scored 11 apiece. Other scorers – Pittsford Mendon: Kidder Lindley (9), Caleb Arena (8), Luke Hoyser (4), Kyle Hennessey (3), Isaiah Cotton (2), Nate Strauf (1)

GREECE OLYMPIA (0-3) 58
EASTRIDGE (4-1) 83
David Holmes scored 13 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter as Eastridge won its second straight. The junior guard netted four long-range shots. Emmanuel Leftenant had all 14 of his points in the second and fourth quarters. Tony Arnold, Ellington Hall and Paxton Reed produced 11 apiece. For Greece Olympia, Ehnoc Tossah scored 14 of his game-high 22 points in the second period. The senior forward knocked down four shots from long range. Makyle Murdock added 12 points. Other scorers – Eastridge: Jalen Rose-Hannah (9), Percy Robinson (7), Hector Jimenez (2), Greece Olympia: Nate Miller III (9), Yasin Omar (9), Logan Heid (2), Ricky Hill (2), Latrell Smith (2).

HILTON (3-1) 71
WEBSTER SCHROEDER (2-2) 68
Tah-Jae Hill exploded for 36 points and connected on 11-of-11 free throws as Hilton held on for the victory. Najier Daniels scored 11 of his 13 points in the first 24 minutes of game action. For Webster Thomas, Ky’mere Meeks netted a team-high 15 points. James Knox and JoJo Plummer had 12 apiece. Luke Insley added 10. Other scorers – Hilton: Preston Prince (7), Colin Burkis (5), Ryan Kurtz (4), Nick Graziano (3), Jason Story (3), Webster Schroeder: Josh Hauman (5), Ben Carey (4), Nick Hauman (4), Evan Ferrari (3), Cesar Ostolaza (3)

PENFIELD (3-0) 58
RUSH-HENRIETTA (2-2) 49
Dyllon Scott continued his strong season for Penfield with 11 of his game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter. The senior forward connected on 10-of-11 foul shots. RJ Wilkins produced 17 of his 19 points in the first 16 minutes and knocked down 5-of-7 free throws. RJ Green had all 10 of his points after the opening period. For Rush-Henrietta, Charles Bowden scored 15 points. Other scorers – Penfield: Matt Gable (4), Dan Vercruysse (2), Rush-Henrietta: Nyles Goodwin (7), Eddie Beverly (6), Jalen House (6), Ziemere Howard (6), Jevonte Williams (6), Chris Sleeper (3).

CANANDAIGUA (1-3) 44
WEBSTER THOMAS (3-1) 86
Andrew Mason eclipsed 1,000 career points as part of his 19-point night to lead Webster Thomas. The senior guard connected from long range twice and 5-of-6 free throws. Jackson Kulik scored all 21 of his game-high points in the first three quarters as the Titans had a commanding 67-32 advantage. For Canandaigua, Derek Andrews netted a team-high 11 points. Other scorers – Webster Thomas: Nick Annechino (9), Dannie Palmer (8), Aidan Thomas (6), Tyler Williams (6), Nick Linder (5), Evan Mitchell (4), Aristo Visca (4), Isaac Buckley (2), Mitchell Kelly (2), Canandaigua: Bryan Boldrin (9), Casey Herod (8), Nick Ferris (6), Joey Urlacher (4), Ryan Welch (4), Cody Aikey (2).

VICTOR (4-0) 50
FAIRPORT (1-3) 43
Matt Caggiano dropped eight of his game-high 20 points in overtime as Victor held on for the victory in a divsion rivalry matchup. The senior guard sunk six three-pointers. Chase Dickens netted three long-range shots as part of his 10 points. For Fairport, Max Molisani had 12 points. Ryan Lucey connected from long range three times en route to 11 points. Other scorers – Victor: Phil Nwugwo (9), CJ James (8), Will Stone (3), Fairport: Stefan Milinkovic (7), Jack McDonald (5), Jack Lindstrom (4), Drew Johnston (3), Kevin Gibson (1)

IRONDEQUOIT (3-0) 60
GATES-CHILI (0-3) 50
Keenan Robertson scored 13 of his 18 points in the first half when Irondequoit jumped to a 33-12 halftime lead and cruised to its second double-digit victory of the season. Nick Leonardo hit two 3-pointers and finished with 10 points. Connor Shafer and Amauri Smith added eight apiece. Jordan Kimble and Luke Melidona both had five points. Jaleel Davis and Jason Jacobs scored two apiece. Adam Williams paced Gates-Chili with 17 points. Devin Walton connected four times behind the 3-point arc and had 14 points. Terrace Walker, Jr. had nine points. Mair Morrison added four. Mtchell Harris and Spencer Glenn scored three apiece.

GREECE ODYSSEY (2-2) 69
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (2-2) 73
Patrick Lustyk spearheaded the Honeoye Falls-Lima Cougars with 30 points, seven boards and four assists in a comeback victory. The junior forward made three long-range shots. Hayden Smith knocked down four three-pointers as part of his 18-point night. Josh Vogt added 13 points and corralled nine rebounds. Reece Joint made a pair of long-range shots en route to eight points and handed out three assists. Nolan Smith scored two points and hauled down eight rebounds. Andrew Childs (2) rounded out the scoring. For Greece Odyssey, Korey Canton netted five three-pointers and 27 points. Dylan Kolmetz produced 24 points. Jaden Hartsfield (8), Gerald Gaitan (3), Luke Schneider (3) and Presten Mathis (2) rounded out the scoring.

BRADFORD (4-2) 59
BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (2-2) 29

SCIO (3-0) 58
HOUGHTON (2-1) 21

JASPER-TROUPSBURG (2-1) 58
ALFRED-ALMOND (2-2) 26

NEWFANE (VI) 73
LYNDONVILLE (3-1) 83

ELBA (3-1) 76
KENDALL (0-2) 39
Colton Dillon scored 45 points to set an Elba single-game program record. The junior guard had two in the first quarter, 14 in the second, 16 in the third and 13 in the fourth. Dillon netted 16 of his 17 made field goals from inside the arc and 10-of-11 free throws. For Kendall, Mason Kuhn scored 11 of his 16 points in the first half. Derek Edick added 10. Other scorers – Elba: Collin O’Halloran (7), Jaykob Belluscio (6), Jayden Hughes (6), Greyson Huntington (5), Andrew Hare (4), Caleb Scouten (3), Kendall: Zachary Barrett (4), Nicholas Spellan (4), Riley Hirshchman (3), Dale Steffen (2)

LYONS (5-0) 80
GANANDA (3-1) 53

OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (2-0) 57
ALEXANDER (1-4) 36

ATTICA (1-1) 65
HOLLEY (0-4) 38
Ayden Goll led Attica to its first win of the season with 13 points, 11 assists, seven steals and five rebounds. Frankie Bisceglie and Nick Perl scored 12 apiece. For Holley, Carson Major had 11 points.

PEMBROKE (2-1) 49
BYRON-BERGEN (3-1) 56

NOTRE DAME BATAVIA (2-1) 48
WHEATLAND-CHILI (0-5) 41

NAPLES (1-4) 31
AVOCA (4-1) 92
Tristian Stark led five players in double figures with 16 points as Avoca rolled to its fourth straight win. The senior center produced 13 in the first half as the Tigers surged to a 54-13 lead. Pacey Hopkins knocked down three long-range shots en route to 15 points. The sophomore guard scored 12 in the first 16 minutes of game action. Thomas Derick had all 11 of his points after the opening period. Michael Hoad and Jordan Slayton added 10 apiece. For Naples, Ryan Lester scored a team-high 16 points. Other scorers – Avoca: DeJay Hammond (8), Jonathan Jensen (8), Brady Brandow (7), Devin Stowe (7), Naples: Ben Fowler (6), Tyler Northrup (5), Ben Green (4)

SODUS (3-2) 49
CLYDE-SAVANNAH (3-1) 42

EAST ROCHESTER (4-2) 55
NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (2-2) 47

CUBA-RUSHFORD (1-3) 51
FILLMORE (3-1) 73

ARKPORT-CANASERAGA (0-2) 36
DANSVILLE (1-3) 68
Jonah Gray scored 19 points, grabbed six rebounds and dished out five assists to lead Dansville to its first win of the season. Colyer Adams netted 18. Arrik Gerber produced 17 along with five boards, four assists and three steals. Tanner Dettman filled the stat sheet with seven points, four rebounds, four assists and four steals. For Arkport-Canaseraga, Ryan Reynolds scored a team-high 11 points and Nate Herman added 10. Other scorers – Dansville: Ryan Carnevale (3), Ben Caruso (2), Noah Holland (2), Arkport-Canaseraga: Jace Cassata (5), Noah Sleight (4), David McIntosh (3), Evan Reynolds (2), Adrian Smith (1) 

PERRY (3-0) 64
MOUNT MORRIS (2-4) 51

AVON (2-2) 60
YORK (3-1) 81
Riley Stella led five players in double figures with 20 points as York won its third straight. Lucas Garza connected on four long-range shots as part of his 14 points. Luke Maggio scored 11 points. Josh Davis and James Kennedy added 10 apiece. For Avon, Nick Rowland netted 14 points. Jaden Courtemanche produced 13 and Zahc Colvin added nine.

WELLSVILLE (1-3) 51
HORNELL (4-0) 63

ROMULUS (1-2) 44
HONEOYE (3-1) 51
Dom Trippi netted 13 of his game-high 20 points in the first half to lead Honeoye. Jake Jarosinski scored seven of his nine points on 10 attempts from the charity stripe, including four in the final period. The junior forward dished out five assists. Jack Reynolds had seven points, 10 boards and three assists. For Romulus, Raul Fuentes scored six of his 10 points in the fourth quarter. Other scorers – Honeoye: Jared Waldon (7), Logan Thomas (4), Charlie Farrell (2), Zack Hass (2), Romulus: Ben Jessop (8), Mike Kaufman (8), Daryl Morrell (7), Camden Derby (4), Dan Reyes (4), Luke Willower (3)

LIVONIA (1-2) 43
MARCUS WHITMAN (4-0) 55
Noah Hildreth compiled game-highs of three long-range shots and 17 points as Marcus Whitman won its fourth straight to open the season. Jordan Lahue outputted 16 points and Liam Prendergast 13. For Livonia, Shawn Minnehan netted 12 points and Alex Minnehan 10. Other scorers – Marcus Whitman: Ryan Herod (7), Aidan Royston (2), Livonia: Steffan Gwyn (8), Michael Bean (5), Noah Fasso (4), Troy Gilbraith (4).

RED JACKET (5-0) 68
BLOOMFIELD (1-4) 51

WAYLAND-COHOCTON (1-3) 53
CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (4-1) 79
Vinny Molisani netted 11 of his 25 points in the second quarter as Caledonia-Mumford won its fourth straight. The senior guard dished out eight assists, swiped four steals and collected four rebounds. Joey Laursen scored 20 points and hauled down 11 rebounds. Adam O’Donoghue knocked down four long-range shots en route to 13 points. For Wayland-Cohocton, DeAndre Green scored a team-high 16 points. Cameron Huber had 14.

WAYNE (3-0) 62
GENEVA (2-1) 59
Mason Blakenberg led Wayne with 23 points and 11 rebounds. Devon Forrest scored eight of his 12 points in the first half and went 4-of-4 from the free throw line. Elijah Schichtel netted all 11 of his points after the opening period. Tyler Reynolds added 10. Nathan McKenna (5) rounded out the scoring.

WHITESVILLE (0-1)
ANDOVER (1-2)

BELFAST (0-2)
FRIENDSHIP (0-3)

WARSAW (1-4)
PAVILION (0-4)

LETCHWORTH (2-1)
KESHEQUA (1-1)

PENN YAN (1-1)
MIDLAKES (1-1)

MYNDERSE (0-2)
PALMYRA-MACEDON (2-1)

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