Friday Wrap: Prendergast’s double double leads Marcus Whitman; Lucey leads shorthanded Fairport to victory


JaQuis Robinson led Rochester Prep to victory with his 21 points. Emmanuel Graham pitched in 14 points and Sandro Bourdeau notched 12. Finesse Simmons had nine points for the Tigers, while Jalen English had eight. Jami Walker’s three points rounded out the scoring for Rochester Prep. Jaequon Nesmith led Early College with 20 points. Jovan Sargent’s 12 points and Joe Williams’ 10 provided the Cobras with some quality secondary scoring. Jamezs Brown and Jamari Williams each scored four points and Kemar McCloud had one for Early College.


Liam Prendergast’s double-double paced Marcus Whitman as it held off a furious comeback attempt from World of Inquiry. The Griffins trailed by as much as 15 points during the third quarter. Prendergast notched 10 points and 12 rebounds. Aidan Royston led the Wildcats with 13 points, while Jordan Lahue and Ryan Herod had 11 and 10, respectively. Noah Hildreth scored seven for Marcus Whitman, Seth Benedict had six and Connor Tomion had five. Zack Lovejoy finished with two points to round out the scoring for the Wildcats. Romel Brown led World of Inquiry offensively with 22 points. Jeshua Shaw’s nine points and Jahlil Bell’s eight points helped Brown out. Dorian Smith (4), Tre Alexander (3), Amani McCray (3) and Kevonne Fountain (1) also found the scorebook for the Griffins.

BATAVIA (8-2) 60
EASTRIDGE (10-2) 66

Eastridge ultimately followed Rosier’s directions, holding the Blue Devils scoreless for the first 4:18 of the fourth quarter and completing a 66-60 victory to improve to 11-2. READ MORE.

Jackson Green scored 10 points in the first quarter as Pittsford Mendon got out to an 18-8 lead after the period. Green finished with a game-high 18 points. Jacob Shadders helped Green out offensively with 14 points. Nate Strauf finished with nine points, Jack Kaempffe had seven and Caleb Arena and Luke Hoyser had six apiece. Brady Miller and Kidder Lindley each had four while Will Connors and Kyle Hennessey both had three. Tommy Birmingham also pitched in two points for the Vikings. Vincent Cacia led Greece Arcadia with 12 points. Gabriel Taylor aided Cacia’s efforts with nine points, Adam Hurlbutt had six and Evan Insley had five. Cooper LaValley and Anthony Stephenson scored four points apiece for the Titans, while Jerell Robinson had three. Randy Malone, Elijah Barnard, Adrian Ortiz and Casey Amato all had two points for Greece Arcadia.

PENFIELD (9-2) 55
VICTOR (11-0) 77

Victor continued its undefeated start to the season Friday night with a 77-55 win over Penfield. The Blue Devils moved to 12-0 on the season behind 20 points from Matt Caggiano, 16 from CJ James and 13 from Connor Williams. READ MORE.

HILTON (7-4) 50
FAIRPORT (7-5) 53

Ryan Lucey’s nine second-quarter points helped a short-handed Fairport team open up a lead it was able to hold onto. Jack Lindstrom, Jack McDonald and Drew Johnston all did not play for the Red Raiders. Lucey finished the game with 21 points. Max Molisani had 15 and Kevin Gibson had 10 to aid Lucey’s scoring efforts. Bruce Wilder (4) and Derek Howe (3) provided Fairport with crucial secondary scoring. Hilton’s leading scorer, Tahjae Hill, was held 12 points below his season average. Hill finished with just 16 points. Najier Daniels pitched in 10 points for the Cadets. Ryan Kurtz’s nine points and Preston Prince’s seven also helped Hilton keep the game close. Sean Alabaugh (3), Jason Story (3) and Colin Burkis (2) also found the scorebook for the Cadets.


A 21-point effort from DeAndre Newsome led Greece Athena to its third win in its last four games. No other Trojans finished in double figures, but Kenny Freeman had eight and Ortiz Edgardo had five. Austin Brown, Jahon Jones, Terrell Wilson, Jr., Jake Cerone, and Tre Jackson all tallied four points and Tyler Curtis had three. Jalyn Moorhead led Pittsford Sutherland with a game-high 28 points. Ben DiGiovanni provided some assistance with 12 points. Owen Flisnik (6), Will Klenk (4), Jake Priesser (3) and Drew Kull (2) rounded out the scoring for the Knights.

BROCKPORT (8-4) 66
BRIGHTON (4-7) 69

Matt Falter scored 11 points in the final eight minutes to lead Brighton to its second win in the past three games. Falter finished the game with 23 points, including three three pointers. Tyler Ortiz pitched in 15 and Nathan Martin had 11 to help the Barons’ offense. Sam Zarkowsky’s eight points, Aiden Lazenby’s five and Lukas Stanat’s four were critical for Brighton. Thomas Passawe rounded out Brighton’s scoring with one point. Esten Schalge led Brockport with 18 points. Sam Velletri was close behind with 17 and Troy Liebert had 10. Oscar Vandetta (8), Kevin Lawrenz (8) and Shamar Lee (5) all lit up the scoreboard for the Blue Devils also.

Jaden Hartsfield scored 15 points in the final eight minutes to held Greece Odyssey overcome a seven-point deficit to capture its second win in a row. Hartsfield finished the game with 24 points. Presten Mathis added 13 points for the Leopards and Korey Canton had 10 on six made free throws. Dylan Kolmetz had seven points and Jonah Holloway had six to round out Greece Odyssey’s scoring. Nate Miller III led Greece Olympia in scoring, netting 12 points. Yasin Omar and Ehnoc Tossah had eight points apiece, while Ricky Hill and Logan Bushnell each had six. MaKyle Murdock (4) and Trevari Sharpton-Clark (2) also found the scorebook for the Spartans.


Webster Thomas knocked down five threes during a 21-3 run in the third quarter as it opened up a big lead. Jackson Kulik and Andrew Mason each knocked down two in the quarter and Nick Annechino buried the other one. Mason ended the game with 17 points. Kulik finished close behind with 15 and Dannie Palmer had 10. Annechino was the only other Titan to make multiple field goals, notching six points. Tyler Williams (3), Aidan Thomas (3) and Brendan Connolly (2) all scored for Webster Thomas. Patrick Uebelacker led Spencerport with 17 points and Ben Reding had 15 points on five threes. Mike Contestabile was the only other Ranger to score, netting our points.



Nick Leonardo had 17 points on five threes to lead Irondequoit to its fifth win in a row. Connor Shafer added 13 points, Keenan Robertson had 12 and Luke Melidona notched 10. Amauri Smith, Danny Cruz and Jordan Kimble all scored four points for the Eagles, while Rowan McGwin had three. Jason Jacobs Jr., Jake O’Sullivan and Josh Rizzo all added two points to finish off Irondequoit’s scoring. Casey Herod led Canandaigua with 10 points and Derek Andrews had nine. Luke Pawlicki, Joey Urlacher, Nick Brunelli and Cody Aikey all scored two points apiece for the Braves.

GATES-CHILI (6-6) 69

Mitchell Harris scored 13 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter to help Gates-Chili pull out the win after being tied entering the quarter. Adam Williams led the Spartans with 21 points. Terrace Walker Jr.’s 11 points and Kobe McCray’s nine gave Gates-Chili some secondary scoring. Spencer Glenn (7) and Devin Walton (6) also scored for the victors. John Keele led Churchville-Chili with 27 points. Kamerin Poromon helped Keele lead the offense, netting 22 points of his own. Marcus Postell was the other Saint to reach double figures with 11 points. John Bagley (4), Patrick Mitchell (2) and Jason Gibbs (2) rounded out the scoring for Churchville-Chili.

HOUGHTON (5-1) 63

C.G. FINNEY (5-8) 83

Markus Robinson went just under his season average in C.G. Finney’s second win over Eugenio Maria this year, scorching the nets for 42 points. Robinson also piled up 23 rebounds and eight assists. James Sidorishin also had a double double for the Falcons, scoring 10 points and grabbing 17 rebounds. Cairo Barges was the third and final player for C.G. Finney to reach double figures in the scoring column, finishing with 15 points. Terrell Hale (9), Matt Magliato (5) and Conor McIntyre (1) rounded out the scoring for the Falcons. Darnell Miller and Antonio McFadden had almost identical scoring numbers for Eugenio Maria, finishing with 16 and 15 points, respectively. Jeremiah Bermudez also had 12. Shallon Cox-Matos and Brandon Kennedy had six points apiece for Eugenio Maria, while Harmon Bermudez had four and Chris Starfuten had two.

GANANDA (9-3) 57

Gananda’s win was the 300th of head coach Jeff Thomson’s career.

LYONS (11-1) 64
SODUS (6-6) 51

Benji Kemp scored eight points in the fourth quarter for Lyons as it broke open what was an eight point lead headed into the frame. Kemp ended the game with 24. Ahmir James’ 17 points and JC Walker’s 10 helped Lyons’ offense continue to roll. Nate Henry (5), Horace Betts IV (4) and Jahtezz Barber (2) finished out the scoring for the Lions. Sodus was led by 14 points from John Molisani. Amanti Jones had nine points, Marquese Burton had eight and Shane Smith had seven to give the Spartans some secondary scoring. Jaiuan Ortiz’s six points, Marcelus Burton’s five and Tatdem Frisbie’s two rounded out the scoring for Sodus.

MARION (0-13) 51

PENN YAN (5-6) 44

Palmyra-Macedon won its second game in a row behind 17 points from Paul Goodness. Robert Kinslow had eight points and John Blazey and Ian Goodness had six apiece. Adrian Lyons (4), Dan Hooper (4), Ashton Rouland (3) and Seth Boesel (1) rounded out the scoring for the Red Raiders. Brennan Prather’s 11 points and Mason Kuver’s 10 led Penn Yan’s offense. Devon Gerhardt and Dominic Lafferty each had eight points and Austin Merideth had six for the Mustangs. Peter Nicholson (4) and Philip Trofibio (3) also scored for Penn Yan.

NEWARK (7-5) 74
MIDLAKES (4-8) 53

Four different players scored in double figures for Newark as it won its fifth league game of the season. Raeshawn Howard led the Reds with 16 points and Dustin Case had 14. Josh Green finished with 12 points and Devin Agosto had 10. Adam Lombardi, Isaiah Camp and Blade Case all notched six points for the Reds. Carter Steve (4), Simon Vermeersch (3) and Aaron Rodney-Spencer (3) rounded out Newark’s scoring. Trevor VanNostrand and Kyle McCann led Midlakes in scoring with 16 and 12 points, respectively. Ashtian Llano’s seven points gave the Screaming Eagles some secondary scoring, while Ryan Spingler and Matt Crouch had six apiece. Adam Wilkes (3), Gavin Lathrop (2) and Henrique Sucena (1) also found the scorebook for Midlakes.

NAPLES (1-12) 57

Ben Green had 19 points and 12 rebounds for Naples. Tyler Northrop and Ryan Lester both scored in double figures, netting 12 and 11 points, respectively. Brayden Lane’s nine points and Ben Fowler’s six rounded out the scoring for the Big Green.

RED JACKET (12-0) 47
HAC (2-7) 46

WATERLOO (7-4) 43
GENEVA (9-2) 63

MYNDERSE (4-7) 48
WAYNE (10-1) 59

Tyler Reynolds scored 14 of his team-high 16 points for Wayne as the Eagles won their third game in a row. Mason Blankenberg and Elijah Schichtel scored 14 points apiece to help Reynolds lead Wayne’s offense. Devon Forrest netted seven points for the Eagles. Nathan McKenna (3), Alex Bolt (3) and Brian Sills (2) also scored for the victors. Troy Kabat led Mynderse in scoring with 20. Nick Jones had nine points for the Blue Devils, Jared King had eight and Dylan Larizza had six. Jacob Smith (2), Michael Bogart (2) and Thomas Santana (1) rounded out the scoring for Mynderse.


ATTICA (4-8) 49

ALEXANDER (5-8) 66
ELBA (10-2) 82

Colton Dillon scored 35 points, including 22 in the first half, to lead Elba to its fourth straight victory. Collin O’Halloran helped out with 16 points, while Caleb Scouten, Andrew Hare and Zach Marsceill all had eight apiece. Greyson Huntington (3), CJ Gottler (3) and Jaykob Belluscio (1) rounded out the scoring for the Lancers. Bryce Davis’ 14 points and Kameron Lyons’ 12 led Alexander’s offense. Dylan Busch added 11 points and Jay Morrison added 10 for the Trojans. Tyrone Woods and Carson Wright each had nine points and Devon Dean had one to finish off Alexander’s scoring.


ADDISON (7-5) 64

Gage Ames scored 15 points in the first half as Addison jumped out to a 22-point lead at the break. Ames finished with 17 points. John Stierly scored a team-high 21 points. Cade Heysham also went into double figures for the Knights, netting 14 points. Mike Benjamin (6), Trevor Knapp (3), Tim Smith (2) and Ronald Dailey (1) rounded out the scoring for Addison. Branon Nichiporuk had 14 points to lead Campbell-Savona’s offense, including four makes from behind the arc. Mitchell Closkey and Kaden Bolt had eight points apiece for the Panthers and Kade Cochran and Cain Simpson each had six. Bryant Gurnsey and Kaden Jewell both had two points to finish off Campbell-Savona’s scoring.

AVON (8-3) 74

Tyler Dailey’s 18-point effort led Avon to its sixth win in the past seven games. Roman Volpe added 10 points and eight boards, while Nick Rowland pitched in eight points and 15 rebounds. Zach Colvin had eight points and seven rebounds and Michael Rowland had nine points. Justin Horton had eight points for Wayland-Cohocton.

PAVILION (2-8) 53
KESHEQUA (2-10) 43

PERRY (7-5) 72

AVOCA (11-1) 89
BRADFORD (10-3) 43

Jonathan Jensen and Brady Brandow scored 18 points apiece to lead Avoca to its 11th straight victory. Jensen added 11 rebounds, four assists and seven steals. Pacey Hopkins and Tristian Stark were just one basket behind Jensen and Brandow, with each of them netting 16 points. Hopkins also had six assists and six steals and Stark had seven rebounds and four blocks. Devin Stowe also stuffed the stat sheet for the Tigers, scoring nine points, dishing out five assists and collecting four steals. Jordan Slayton (6), DeJay Hammond (4) and Michael Hoad (2) also found the scorebook for Avoca. Jordan Sutryk led Bradford with 17 points. Blai Crespo’s eight points, Steven Spina’s six and Blaze Machuga’s five helped out Sutryk in the scoring column. Lane Simpson (2) and Michael English (1) rounded out the Braves’ scoring.


Jonas Kays and Isaac Little each had over 20 points to get Alfred-Almond back in the win column. Kays scored 22 and Little had exactly 20. Ty Kenney was the Eagles’ third double-digit scorer, notching 10 points. Blake McMichael and Kevin Dunning scored six apiece to round out Alfred-Almond’s scoring. Zak Davis led Hammondsport with 16 points.

YORK (7-3) 78
GENESEO (9-4) 71

DANSVILLE (3-7) 40
HORNELL (10-1) 61

FILLMORE (8-1) 72

LIVONIA (7-5) 50
LeROY (6-6) 44

Alex Minnehan had a steal and layup to put Livonia up by five late in the fourth quarter to help Livonia win its third game in a row. Alex Minnehan’s foul shooting, combined with that of Steffan Gwynn, helped the Bulldogs seal the victory. Alex Minnehan finished with 11 points, four steals and three assists. Gwynn had 12 points and nine boards. Shawn Minnehan pitched in eight points for the Bulldogs. Cody Lytle led LeRoy with 14 points.

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