Friday Wrap: Wayne clinches third straight Finger Lakes East title; DiGiovanni leads Sutherland to OT win

FRANKLIN (9-9) 77
Kentonio Kelly scored eight of Franklin’s 18 fourth-quarter points as the Quakers held on for back-to-back wins. For the game, the senior guard made nine field goals as part of his 18 points. Tahjir King netted 12 of his team-high 19 points in the first half as Franklin outscored Early College, 46-29. Gary Simms pitched in 12 points and Jaylin Jordan 11. For Early College, Jaequon Nesmith scored nine of his game-high 24 points in the final stanza. Jovan Sargent netted 15 of his 22 points in the final 16 minutes of game action. Sam Jackson had all 12 of his points after the opening period. Other scorers – Franklin: Dayvion Scott (9), Teriq Johnson (8), Early College: Joe Williams (9), James Brown (3), Jamari Williams (2)

MONROE (4-14) 73
NE DOUGLASS (8-10) 97
Adonis Flagler netted 11 of his game-high 28 points in the third quarter as NE Douglass snapped a four-game skid. The senior forward made four long-range shots and eight field goals from inside the arc. Flagler snatched seven boards, dished out five assists, swiped five steals and swatted three shots as well. Lamar Lovelace poured all 25 of his points after the opening period in which NE Douglass led, 23-18. The senior guard added four steals and four assists. Trynzeir Parker scored 13 of his 17 points in the first half along with eight boards. Nicolas Jeanty had nine points and 11 rebounds. For Monroe, Amariyon Johnson and Axel Mejias scored 20 points apiece. Jabez Thompson added 13 points – all in the second half. Other scorers – NE Douglass: Jayden Berry (6), Delzair Hanks (4), Quadir Hodges-McKnight (3), Je’Keim Mosley (3), Jason Jones (2), Monroe: Jamar Williams (9), Jahmir Bloom (5), Devante Conyers (4), Jah’mier Speed (2)

EAST (17-2) 87
Deadlocked in a 31-all tie midway through the second quarter, Freddie Brock came off the bench and scored baskets on consecutive possessions. Two minutes later, East took a 45-34 lead into halftime. In that span, the senior guard collected two steals, two assists and one rebound. READ MORE. 

CHESTERTON (11-6) 42
WILLIAMSON (6-13) 49

Ben DiGiovanni scored four of Pittsford Sutherland’s 10 overtime points to lead the Knights to their sixth win in seven games. For the game, the senior guard netted a game-high 25 points and 7-of-7 free throws. Jaylyn Moorehead added 10 points. For Greece Athena, Kenny Freeman and Tre Jackson led with 12 points apiece. Jackson corralled 16 boards as well. Other scorers – Pittsford Sutherland: Jake Priesser (9), Drew Kull (8), Garrett Glanton (6), Owen Flisnik (2), Patrick Smelt (2), Greece Athena: Jahon Jones (8), James Reaves, Jr. (8), Terrell Wilson, Jr. (6), Jake Cerone (5), DeAndre Newsome (4), Edgardo Ortiz (1)

Presten Mathis scored all 24 of his game-high points after the opening period as Greece Odyssey tallied its third straight victory. The senior forward connected on 16-of-22 free throws. For Greece Olympia, Nate Miller led with 12 points while Ehnoc Tossah added 11. Other scorers – Greece Odyssey: Dylan Kolmetz (9), Luke Schneider (7), Korey Canton (5), Jonah Holloway (4), Zach Knowles (2), Greece Olympia: Trevari Sharpton-Clark (9), Makyle Murdock (6), Yasin Omar (5), Devrin Dowdell (2)

VICTOR (17-0) 79
PENFIELD (11-8) 64
Victor used a combination of fastbreak offense and post play to move to 17-0 in a win over Penfield on Friday night. READ MORE.

Nyles Goodwin scored 15 of his game-high 25 points in the second half to lead Rush-Henrietta to its seventh victory in nine games. The senior forward made 11 field goals from inside the arc and 3-of-4 foul shots. Jevonte Williams netted 14 of his 16 points after the opening stanza. The senior guard hit 8-of-8 from the charity stripe. Mason Giorgione pitched in 11 of his 13 points in the second period. For Webster Schroeder, Luke Insley scored all 17 of his points in the first and fourth quarters combined. Ky’Mere Meeks netted 10 of his 14 points through the first 16 minutes of game play. Other scorers – Rush-Henrietta: Charles Bowden (4), Gabe Wright (4), Eddie Beverly (3), Quinn Hargrave (2), Jalen House (2), Pat Sherron (2), Chris Sleeper (2), RJ Williams (2), Webster Schroeder: JoJo Plummer (6), Evan Ferrari (5), James Knox (5), Nick Hauman (4)

EASTRIDGE (16-3) 53
BATAVIA (12-6) 50

GATES-CHILI (9-10) 82
Terrace Walker, Jr. scored eight of his 15 points in the fourth quarter as Gates-Chili notched its second win in three games. Adam Williams led the offense with 16 of his 24 points in the first half as the Spartans took a 37-30 lead into intermission. Devin Walton netted 21 of his 23 points after the opening stanza. Kobe McCray chipped in 10 points. For Churchville-Chili, Griffin Stella poured in a game-high 29 points. Kamerin Poromon scored 14 of his 19 points in the second half. Collin Cantrell pitched in 11 points. Other scorers – Gates-Chili: Mitchell Harris (8), Mair Morrison (2), Churchville-Chili: John Keele (8), Marcus Postell (6), John Bagley (3)

Jacob Shadders poured 22 of his game-high 25 points in the second and third quarters combined as Pittsford Mendon cruised to its fourth win in five games. Kyle Hennessey netted four long-range shots as part of his 14 points. For Greece Arcadia, Evan Insley scored eight points. Other scorers – Pittsford Mendon: Jackson Green (9), Jack Kaempffe (7), Caleb Arena (6), Tommy Birmingham (6), Luke Hoyser (6), Will Connors (5), Kidder Lindley (4), Isaiah Cotton (3), Brady Miller (2), Greece Arcadia: Adam Hurlbutt (6), Gabriel Taylor (6), Elijah Barnard (4), Vincent Cacia (3), Cooper LaValley (3), Jerell Robinson (3), Casey Amato (2), Adrian Ortiz (2)

Jackson Kulik scored 11 of his game-high 18 points in the final stanza as Webster Thomas won its second straight. Dannie Palmer connected on five three-pointers as part of his 17 points. Andrew Mason netted four long-range shots of his own en route to 16 points. Nick Annechino made three shots from beyond the arc as part of his 11-point game. For Spencerport, Patrick Uebelacker led with 13 points. Other scorers – Webster Thomas: Mitchell Kelly (6), Nick Linder (2), Aidan Thomas (2), Aristo Visca (2), Tyler Williams (2), Spencerport: Mike Contestabile (5), Isaac Pierre (5), Gianni Pellett (4), Alex Anderson (3), Vince Ranieri (3), Brendan Gillis (2), Anthony Inclima (2), Zach Laubacher (2), Andre Marianetti (2), Nate Heinsler (1)

HOUGHTON (12-4) 49

PENN YAN (8-11) 49
WAYNE (16-2) 69
Tyler Reynolds knocked down five of his 12 made field goals from beyond the arc as Wayne clinched its third consecutive Finger Lakes East division title. For the game, the junior guard poured in a game-high 30 points. Mason Blakenberg netted a pair of three-pointers as part of his 12 points. Devon Forrest pitched in 11 points and Nathan McKenna 10. For Penn Yan, Griffin Emerson led with 13 points. Devin DeSorbo added 11. Other scorers – Wayne: Elijah Schichtel (4), Kyle Russell (2), Penn Yan: Devon Gerhardt (8), Brennan Prather (7), Kyle Berna (6), Mason Kuver (2), Philip Trofibio (2)

GANANDA (14-5) 65
MARION (0-19) 34

WARSAW (3-16) 49
LETCHWORTH (11-7) 52

NEWARK (9-9) 46
GENEVA (15-4) 48
Nick Askin scored 12 of his 18 points in the second half as Geneva held on for its sixth win in seven games. The senior guard netted four long-range shots. Devon Martin had 11 points. For Newark,  Raeshawn Howard led with 16 points while Devin Agosto had 15. Other scorers – Geneva: Liam Ryan (6), Nasir Harrison (5), Nick King (3), Josiah Pilet (3), Wyatt Patchett (2), Newark: Josh Green (7), Dustin Case (6), Simon Vermeersch (2)

ROMULUS (7-12) 50
RED JACKET (19-1) 73
Matt Record stuffed the stat sheet with 22 points, seven boards, five assists and three steals as Red Jacket closed out the regular season on a six-game win streak. Chase Rizzo scored 21 points, grabbed eight rebounds and swatted four shots. Adam Borst had 11 points, nine assists and three steals. For Romulus, Raul Fuentes scored 20 points while Mike Kaufman had 12.

HONEOYE (14-6) 71
Dom Trippi scored 16 of his game-high 25 points in the first half as Honeoye closed out the regular season with back-to-back wins. The senior forward made nine field goals from inside the arc and grabbed 10 boards as well. Jack Reynolds netted 15 of his 21 points in the second half. The junior forward added 12 rebounds for his sixth double-double of the year. Alex Jarosinski pitched in 10 points and six assists. Zach Hass had five points and five boards. For Harley-Allendale-Columbia, Owen Tindall scored 15 of his 17 points in the second half. Max Brown netted 10 of his 14 points in the final 16 minutes of game action along with nine boards. Aiden Keulling pitched in 10 points. Other scorers – Honeoye: Jake Jarosinski (6), Logan Thomas (3), Harley-Allendale-Columbia: Noah Mendola (9), Gifford Campbell (5), Steven Cai (2)

AVON (14-4) 72
Tyler Dailey scored 24 points, grabbed seven boards and handed out three assists as Avon won its fifth straight. Nick Rowland added 13 points and seven rebounds as well. Zach Colvin pitched in nine points and six boards. Andrew Rowland had seven points and seven steals. For Wayland-Cohocton, Logan Brown led with 14 points. Cameron Huber pitched in 12 points and Thomas Mead 10.

HORNELL (15-5) 62
DANSVILLE (3-15) 44

SODUS (10-9) 54

LYONS (17-2) 65
Benji Kemp led four players in double figures with 16 points as Lyons notched its second straight road win. Ahmir James and JC Walker scored 13 points apiece. Horace Betts IV connected on 9-of-10 free throws as part of his 11 points. For Clyde-Savannah, Camden Chance scored 23 of his game-high 25 points after the opening stanza. The junior guard made nine field goals from inside the arc and 7-of-8 foul shots. Kollin Maddox chipped in 11 points. Other scorers – Lyons: Nate Henry (6), Jahtezz Barber (3), Jaylen Battle (3), Clyde-Savannah: Jayden McKinney (8), Tanner Brown (2), Steven Dunn (2)

FILLMORE (15-3) 58

LEROY (10-9) 44
LIVONIA (12-7) 83
Alex Minnehan sunk seven three-pointers as part of his game-high 26 points to lead Livonia to its third straight win. The junior guard dished out seven assists and grabbed seven boards as well. Shawn Minnehan and Kevin Travis added 11 points apiece. Minnehan swiped three steals as Livonia raced out to a 40-17 halftime lead. The Bulldogs clinched a share of the Livingston County Division One title with the victory. For LeRoy, Andrew Loftus scored 13 points while Cody Lytle had 10.

SCIO (15-4) 38
Genesee Valley wins back-to-back outright D1 County titles, providing epic 32-minute defense to stroll past Scio in regular season home finale. READ MORE.

BELFAST (7-12) 65
ANDOVER (4-15) 56

WATERLOO (14-4) 63



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