Wednesday Wrap: Andrews lifts Canandaigua with buzzer-beater; Elba’s Dillon reaches career milestone

EDISON TECH (3-8) 63
FRANKLIN (5-5) 71
Kentonio Kelly scored nine of his 15 points in the final period and Tyrone House had a steal which resulted in the go-ahead basket for Franklin as the Quakers notched their third win in the last four games. House connected on a pair of free throws to secure the victory. The senior forward netted 20 points and hauled down eight boards. Tahjir King poured 12 of his 18 points in the second quarter as Franklin outscored Edison Tech, 23-18. For Edison Tech, Shaheem Ellis, Jr. raced out of the gates with 10 points in the first quarter en route to 18 for the game. Nahjhime Kirton and Torrean Lewis pitched in 10 points apiece. Other scorers – Franklin: Teriq Johnson (9), Gary Simms (8), Jaylin Jordan (1), Edison Tech: Kevin Jackson (9), Timothy Brooks (6), Edgar Bass IV (3), Alvion Williams (3), Andy Larancuent (2), Mike Morgan (2)

EAST (11-1) 72
NE DOUGLASS (5-5) 50
Zechariah Harris-Scott led four players in double figures with 18 points as East bounced back from its first loss of the season. The senior forward made all nine of his field goals from inside the arc along with 11 boards and five blocks. Justus Ross-Simmons netted nine of his 16 points in the opening period. The sophomore guard has scored double digits in 11 straight games. Ross-Simmons grabbed 11 rebounds, dished out five assists, swiped five steals and added three dunks as well. Damani Barley produced 14 of his 15 points after the first quarter in which East led, 19-8. The sophomore guard collected eight assists and five steals. Kaori Barley pitched in all 10 of his points in the second half, including eight in the fourth quarter, along with five steals and four assists. For NE Douglass, Adonis Flagler netted 14 of his 18 points in the second half. Nicolas Jeanty added 11. Other scorers – East: Kai McCullough (7), Korey Ellis (2), Jamiere Gibson (2), Desmond Williams (2), NE Douglass: Trynzeir Parker (9), Jason Jones (6), Jayden Berry (4), Jaheim Mosley (2)

MCQUAID (8-6) 71
WILSON MAGNET (3-8) 65
Jermaine Taggart scored a team-high 28 points and Kobe Long 16 as McQuaid won its sixth straight.

PENFIELD (9-2) 72
VERTUS (4-6) 54
Dyllon Scott scored 19 points in three quarters to lead Penfield to its second straight win. Danny Vercruysse netted three long-range shots as part of his 17 points. RJ Green and RJ Wilkins added 11 points apiece. For Vertus, Rashawn Williams scored 10 of his team-high 17 points in the fourth quarter. Other scorers – Penfield: Matt Gable (8), Collin Pichany (4), Ryan Wensley (2), Vertus: Xalen Lucas (8), Justin Smith (8), Jamel Dixon (7), Izarie Knight (4), Tyreese McMillan-Harris (4), Jason Davis (2), Marcus Hogan (2), Nishawn Lockhart (2)

WELLSVILLE (6-6) 41
MARCUS WHITMAN (8-4) 63
Marcus Whitman held Wellsville to 14 first-half points and rolled to victory. Jordan Lahue led the offense with 26 points and four long-range shots. Noah Hildreth made three baskets from beyond the arc as part of his 13 points. Liam Prendergast (7), Ryan Herod (6), Seth Benedict (5), Carson Miller (2), Aidan Royston (2) and Connor Tomion (2) rounded out the scoring for the Wildcats.

WEBSTER SCHROEDER (4-8) 65
CANANDAIGUA (3-6) 66 OT
Derek Andrews swished a buzzer-beating three-pointer to lift Canandaigua over Webster Schroeder in its home opener.

VICTOR (11-0) 67
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (4-7) 56
Victor outscored Churchville-Chili, 26-9, in the third quarter to pull away for the win. CJ James netted a team-high 18 points. Connor Williams scored 12 points and Chase Dickens 11. For Churchville-Chili, John Keele had a game-high 24 points. The Saints cut the deficit to four in the final period. Griffin Stella was sidelined due to injury.

RUSH-HENRIETTA (5-4) 66
GATES-CHILI (5-6) 67 OT
Adam Williams led four players in double figures with 19 points as Gates-Chili notched its fourth win in the last five games. Devin Walton scored all 13 of his points after the opening period in which Gates-Chili trailed, 15-11. Spencer Glenn and Mitchell Harris added 10 points apiece. For Rush-Henrietta, Jevonte Williams scored a game-high 21 points. Jalen House pitched in 12 points. Other scorers – Gates-Chili: Kobe McCray (9), Mair Morrison (4), Terrace Walker, Jr. (2), Rush-Henrietta: Charles Bowden (8), Eddie Beverly (7), Nyles Goodwin (7), Mason Giorgione (4), Christopher Sleeper (4), Raphael Williams (2), Gabe Wright (1)

PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (5-4) 68
GREECE ODYSSEY (6-4) 74
Preston Mathis knotted the game at 23 with a wing three. Hartsfield fed Jonah Holloway for two. Hartsfield hit one from the free throw line, and Dylan Kolmetz knocked down a jumper in the lane for the lead going into the locker room. READ MORE.

BROCKPORT (8-3) 72
GREECE OLYMPIA (0-10) 58
Sam Velletri scored 15 of his 21 points in the first half as Brockport notched its fifth win in the last six games. The senior guard connected on 8-of-12 free throws. Troy Liebert netted nine of his 13 points in the opening period as the Blue Devils raced out to a 26-12 lead. Ryan Judd added 11 points. For Greece Olympia, Yasin Omar poured 23 of his game-high 25 points in the second and third quarters combined. The junior guard knocked down 11-of-12 from the foul line. Trevari Sharpton-Clark scored 15 points and went 7-of-10 from the charity stripe. Other scorers – Brockport: Kevin Lawrenz (9), Esten Schalge (8), Shamar Lee (4), Oscar Vandetta (3), Bryant Cromartie (2), Ryan Sigillo (1), Greece Olympia: Ehnoc Tossah (5), Logan Bushwell (4), Makyle Murdock (4), Ricky Hill (3), Nate Miller III (2)

GREECE ARCADIA (0-11) 43
SPENCERPORT (5-7) 67
Patrick Uebelacker scored a game-high 18 points as Spencerport snapped a three-game skid. Ben Reding pitched in 14. For Greece Arcadia, Vincent Cacia netted nine points. Other scorers – Spencerport: Gianni Pellett (8), Andre Marianetti (7), Alex Anderson (5), Nate Heinsler (5), Isaac Pierre (3), Vince Ranieri (3), Mike Contestabile (2), Jon Taylor (2), Greece Arcadia: Gabriel Taylor (8), Adam Hurlbutt (6), Evan Insley (6), Anthony Stephenson (6), Casey Amato (2), Randy Malone (2), Adrian Ortiz (2), Jerrell Robinson (2)

HILTON (7-3) 51
IRONDEQUOIT (7-3) 57
Irondequoit got enough defensive stops after a late switch to a 2-3 zone to beat Tahjae Hill and Hilton on Wednesday night. READ MORE.

HONEOYE (8-4) 85
LIMA CHRISTIAN (1-9) 32

PITTSFORD MENDON (6-3) 36
BATAVIA (8-2) 48

LYONS (10-1) 91
MARION (0-12) 45
Benji Kemp made nine field goals from inside the arc and six free throws for a game-high 24 points to lead Lyons. JC Walker connected on eight shots and 2-of-3 from the foul line for 18 points. Nate Henry added 14 points and Ahmir James 12. For Marion, Alexander Russell scored a team-high 12 points. Other scorers – Lyons: Jahteez Barber (8), Horace Betts IV (6), Jerell Petty (6), Connor Bastian (3), Marion: Logan Evans (7), Michael Savage (7), Cameron Miller (6), Michael Phillips (5), Roberto Lopez (2), Ivan Moctezuma (2), Cole Restrey (2), Eric Zaragoza (2)

CHESTERTON (7-4) 72
EUGENIO MARIA (1-5) 69 2OT

NOTRE DAME BATAVIA (7-3) 67
PEMBROKE (5-6) 38

ELBA (9-2) 59
OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (6-4) 52
Colton Dillon reached 1,000 career points in Elba’s third straight win.  For the game, the junior guard scored 20 points and knocked down three long-range shots. Greyson Huntington added a pair of three-pointers and 3-of-4 foul shots as part of his 11 points. For Oakfield-Alabama, Kamerin Cusmano scored a team-high 10 points. Other scorers – Elba: Zach Marsceill (9), Collin O’Halloran (8), Andrew Hare (7), Jaykob Belluscio (4), Oakfield-Alabama: Gaige Armbrewster (9), Joey Burdick (9), Travis Wiedrich (9), Ty Mott (7), Kaden Cusmano (6), Peyton Yasses (2)

LETCHWORTH (8-3) 68
WAYLAND-COHOCTON (5-7) 40

BATH-HAVERLING (6-5) 39
LIVONIA (6-5) 69
Livonia exploded for a 39-13 run spanning the second and third quarters to pull away for the win. Shawn Minnehan led with 16 points, five steals and three assists. Troy Galbraith added 14 points and eight boards. Alex Minnehan scored 12 points, grabbed seven rebounds and dished out seven assists. Steffan Gwyn pitched in 10 points and four rebounds. For Haverling, Jordan Deats netted 16 points.

ATTICA (4-7) 64
WHEATLAND-CHILI (2-9) 67

HOLLEY (1-10) 33
KENDALL (2-8) 38
Kendall outscored Holley, 15-6, in the fourth quarter to snap a three-game skid. Derek Edick scored 11 of his team-high 13 points in the final period, including three go-ahead three-pointers in the last 4:30 of the game. The junior guard grabbed nine boards, swiped a pair of steals and blocked a shot. Dale Steffen netted eight points, hauled in 12 rebounds and handed out an assist. Mason Kuhn (7), Zachary Barrett (4) and Nicholas Spellan (4) rounded out the scoring for the Eagles.

ALEXANDER (5-7) 52
LYNDONVILLE (8-2) 56

LEROY (6-5) 42
HORNELL (10-1) 57

GENEVA (8-2) 56
PENN YAN (5-5) 54

EAST ROCHESTER (7-6) 44
WILLIAMSON (4-7) 56

GANANDA (8-3) 61
SODUS (6-5) 52

CLYDE-SAVANNAH (7-4) 48
NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (2-7) 38

NAPLES (1-11) 38
BLOOMFIELD (5-6) 74
Sean Farrell scored a team-high 18 points as Bloomfield notched its fourth win in the last five games. The junior forward grabbed six boards, dished out five assists and blocked a shot as well. Simon Willie had 16 points, two rebounds, two steals and an assist. Adam Sheehan (9), Eric Sandle (8), Cooper Willie (8), Charlie Gmeinweiser (6), Calvin Rogers (4), Max Willix (3) and Issac McClelland (2) rounded out the scoring for the Bombers.

ROMULUS (5-5) 47
SOUTH SENECA (3-7) 59

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