Friday Wrap: Wilkins lifts Penfield with buzzer-beater; Robertson leads Irondequoit

EARLY COLLEGE (1-6) 45
WHEATLAND-CHILI (1-8) 50

EDISON TECH (3-5) 54
AQUINAS (5-4) 82
Myles Blackwood and Wesley Henderson scored 16 points apiece as Aquinas won its third straight. Blackwood netted 14 of his points after the opening period and Henderson nine in the second half. Jack Bleier had 11 of his 14 points through the first 16 minutes of game play. Junior center Shannon Sims broke out for 10 points, eight rebounds and seven blocks. For Edison Tech, Mike Morgan scored a team-high 13 points. Nahjhime Kirton and Alvion Williams added 10 apiece. Other scorers – Aquinas: Channing Owens (7), Will Scanlon (5), Gabe Miller (4), Mykel White (4), Jack Forsythe (3), Edison Tech: Shaheem Ellis, Jr. (9), Jarell Johnson (4), Chaheim Fowlks (3)

BISHOP KEARNEY (2-8) 71
MCQUAID (3-5) 83
Kobe Long and Jermaine Taggart combined for 18 points in the third quarter when the McQuaid Jesuit Knights opened a 20-point lead on their way to an 83-71 win over Bishop Kearney in non-league action, Friday night. READ MORE.

ROCHESTER ACADEMY (5-3) 90
DESTINY CHRISTIAN (1-4) 65
Albert Tomlin led Rochester Academy to its third straight win with a triple-double of 15 points, 14 rebounds and 13 assists. Daniel Garcia scored 16 as six players reached double digits for the Racers. Deonte Major netted 13 and Christian Coleman 12.

ROCHESTER PREP (1-5) 46
LEROY (5-3) 51

NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN (7-1) 65
LYONS (7-1) 53
Ryan Garwood poured in 12 of Northstar Christian’s 14 first-quarter points. The sophomore guard added five more for 17 points as the Knights had a 35-28 halftime lead and held on for the victory. Garwood scored a game-high 24, connecting on 8-of-10 foul shots and a pair of three-pointers. Sean Smith produced all 20 of his points after the opening period. Andrew Newcombe chipped in 12. Turner Harris (7) and Khalil Iverson (2) rounded out the scoring for the Knights. For Lyons, JC Walker netted a team-high 11 points. Benji Kemp scored all 10 of his points in the second half. Ahmir James (9), Justin Smith, Jr. (8), Horace Betts IV (7), Nate Henry (5) and Jerell Petty (3) rounded out the scoring for the Lions.

ARKPORT-CANASERAGA (0-5) 44
LIMA CHRISTIAN (1-6) 54

PENFIELD (7-1) 60
WAYNE (6-1) 59
RJ Wilkins exploded for 18 points in the final period and knocked down a buzzer-beating three-pointer to lift Penfield, which rallied from a 15-point deficit with just over a minute remaining. For the game, the junior guard had 23 points and made four three-pointers and 3-of-4 foul shots. Dyllon Scott produced 20 of his game-high 28 points in the second half as Penfield outscored Wayne, 48-37. The senior forward connected on 12-of-17 free throws and a pair of long-range shots. Matt Gable (5), RJ Green (2) and Ryan Wensley (2) rounded out the scoring for the Patriots. For Wayne, Mason Blakenberg scored a team-high 19 points. Tyler Reynolds produced 11 of his 13 in the second half. Nate McKenna and Eli Schichtel chipped in 11 apiece. Brian Sills (3) and Devon Forrest (2) rounded out the scoring for the Eagles.

EAST ROCHESTER (5-5) 46
VICTOR (7-0) 75
Will Tehan led four players in double figures with 17 points for Victor. Jaxen Roth connected on three long-range shots en route to 14 points. CJ James scored all 13 of his points in three quarters as the Blue Devils had a 63-35 advantage. Matt Caggiano added 10 points. For East Rochester, Chuck Domm netted 19 of his game-high 24 points in the second and third periods combined. Other scorers – Victor: CJ Williams (8), Chase Dickens (5), Phil Nwugwo (4), Alex Newton (2), Travis Knapp (2), East Rochester: John Burkin (8), Christian Jones (2), Jackson Peters (2), Manny Sepulveda (2), Ian Szemcsak (2)

WATERLOO (5-2) 46
GREECE OLYMPIA (0-7) 44
Ehnoc Tossah led Greece Olympia with 15 points. Nate Miller III scored eight of his nine points in the first half. Makyle Murdock (7), Devrin Dowdell (6), Yasin Omar (5) and Ricky Hill (2) rounded out the scoring for the Spartans.

IRONDEQUOIT (4-3) 83
SPENCERPORT (4-5) 34
Keenan Robertson scored 25 of his game-high 27 points in the first and third quarters combined as Irondequoit snapped a three-game losing streak. The junior forward made eight of his 10 field goals from inside the arc and 5-of-6 free throws. For Spencerport, Gino Pellett netted a team-high eight points. Other scorers – Irondequoit: Nick Leonardo (9), Luke Melidona (8), Connor Shafer (8), Amauri Smith (7), Paris Holmes (5), Josh Rizzo (5), Jaleel Davis (4), Lucas Hanford (3), Jason Jacobs, Jr. (2), Jordan Kimble (2), Rowan McGwin (1), Spencerport: Ben Reding (6), Patrick Uebelacker (6), Anthony Inclima (4), Alex Anderson (2), Gianni Pellett (2), Isaac Pierre (2), Jon Taylor (2), Brendan Gillis (1), Andre Marianetti (1)

PITTSFORD MENDON (4-1) 61
WEBSTER THOMAS (4-3) 55
Jacob Shadders finished the night with 22, including seven made field goals, to lead the Vikings to a 61-55 victory. READ MORE.

GREECE ODYSSEY (4-3) 66
LIVONIA (4-3) 51
Dylan Kolmetz scored a game-high 21 points for Greece Odyssey. Jaden Hartsfield netted 16 and Presten Mathis 14. For Livonia, Shawn Minnehan scored 15 points and handed out four assists. Alex Minnehan had 14 points and five boards.

NORTH TONAWANDA (VI) 63
BATAVIA (5-1) 74

BARKER (VI) 40
LYNDONVILLE (5-2) 75

KESHEQUA (1-7) 42
CANISTEO-GREENWOOD (3-4) 64

MARCUS WHITMAN (6-3) 53
WEEDSPORT (III) 54
Liam Prendergast connected on nine shots from inside the arc and 6-of-10 free throws for a game-high 24 points for Marcus Whitman. Seth Benedict scored eight points. For Weedsport, Joel Blumer, Jake Brown and Josh O’Connor netted 11 points apiece. Aidan Mabbett had 10. Other scorers – Weedsport: Justin Miles (6), Kelin DeJohn (3), Mitch Feocco (2), Marcus Whitman: Ryan Herod (6), Noah Hildreth (6), Aidan Royston (4), Carson Miller (2), Connor Tomion (2), Jordan Lahue (1)

PEMBROKE (4-4) 39
OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (4-2) 40

KENDALL (0-5) 49
HOLLEY (1-6) 68

HORNELL (6-1) 57
NEWARK (4-2) 48 OT
Chase Freeland netted eight of his 10 points in overtime as Hornell outscored Newark, 12-3. Collin Buisch produced 14 of his team-high 16 points in the second half. Jackson White added seven of his 10 points in the fourth quarter. For Newark, Josh Green scored 10 points in the third and fourth periods combined en route to 12. Other scorers – Hornell: Tanner Stutzman (9), Derek McCumiskey (7), Conor Smith (3), Eli Dunn (2), Newark: Devin Agosto (8), Raeshawn Howard (7), Blade Case (6), Dustin Case (5), Isaiah Camp (4), Carter Steve (3), Adam Lombardi (2), Stevie Brown (1)

GANANDA (5-3) 46
MIDLAKES (3-5) 47

JASPER-TROUPSBURG (4-3) 58
BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (4-4) 49

HAMMONDSPORT (4-2) 76
WHITESVILLE (0-5) 15
Zak Davis led Hammondsport with 18 points. Hunter Ball scored 15. For Whitesville, Jesse Pensyl had five points.

BATH-HAVERLING (5-4) 54
PENN YAN (3-3) 64

GENESEO (7-2) 67
AVON (5-2) 82
The duo of Zach Colvin and Nick Rowland had a double-double apiece for Avon. Colvin scored 17 points and grabbed 10 boards. Rowland netted 16 points along with 12 rebounds and seven assists. Roman Volpe added 13 points. Jaden Brown chipped in 12 and Jaden Courtmanche 10. For Geneseo, Adam Wright poured in 22 of his game-high 31 points in the second half. Noah Reilly added 10 points.

LETCHWORTH (5-3) 57
DANSVILLE (3-6) 43
William Shearing scored 19 points as Letchworth won its second game in the last three contests. William Bean and Jimmy Cole added nine apiece. For Dansville, Arrik Gerber scored 21 points, grabbed seven boards, dished out three assists and swiped three steals. Tanner Dettman had seven points, five rebounds and three steals. Other scorers – Letchworth: Johnny Mertsock (7), Nik Eustace (6), Brett Vasile (5), Bryce Helmer (2), Dansville: Noah Holland (4), Holdyn Freeman (4), Colyer Adams (3), Jonah Gray (2), Calab Rigdon (2)

DUNDEE (3-6) 41
ROMULUS (4-2) 58

HARLEY-ALLENDALE-COLUMBIA (1-5) 60
NAPLES (1-8) 33

AVOCA (6-1) 69
HONEOYE (5-4) 40
Pacey Hopkins connected on seven shots from inside the arc and a pair from outside for 20 points as Avoca won its sixth straight. The sophomore guard scored 14 in the second half as the Tigers outscored the Honeoye Bulldogs, 40-16. Jonathan Jensen netted eight of his 12 points in the third quarter. Brady Brandow produced all 11 of his points in the first 24 minutes of game action. Tristian Stark chipped in 10 points. For Honeoye, Jake Jarosinski made 6-of-7 free throws as part of his 14 points. Dom Trippi added 12 points. Other scorers – Avoca: Devin Stowe (8), Thomas Derick (2), Michael Hoad (2), DeJay Hammond (2), Jordan Slayton (2), Honeoye: Jared Waldon (6), Alex Jarosinski (4), Jack Reynolds (2), Gabby Trippi (2)

WELLSVILLE (4-5) 36
WATKINS GLEN (IV) 56
Max Jusianiec’s game-high 23 points were not enough as Wellsville fell in the first round of the Watkins Glen home tournament. READ MORE.

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