Luxury Vacation Rentals Friday Wrap: Gates-Chili’s Williams stuffs stat sheet; Irondequoit’s Davis nets career-high

Andrew Loftus (No. 2 for LeRoy) had a double-double of 19 points and 13 rebounds in Friday’s win. (PHOTO: @LeRoy_Knights)

BOYS

BISHOP KEARNEY (1-2) 74
NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN (3-0) 79
With the first of back-to-back three-pointers in the third quarter, his only triples of the game, Ryan Garwood reached the 1,000-point plateau. With the victory, JJ Garwood earned his 250th career victory as coach of the Knights. READ MORE.

GREECE ARCADIA (0-2) 55
GREECE ATHENA (1-1) 92
Austin Brown and Kenny Freeman combined to score 29 second-half points, and Athena pulled away from cross-town rival Greece Arcadia for a 92-55 victory in Monroe County Division III action, Friday night. READ MORE.

RUSH-HENRIETTA (1-1) 38
VICTOR (2-0) 64
Victor cruised to an unusual Senior Night win in its first home game of the season behind 17 from Chase Dickens and 16 from Connor Williams. READ MORE.

SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (0-2) 57
MONROE (2-0) 59
Amariyon Johnson netted 14 of his game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter as Monroe outscored School of the Arts, 24-11, and rallied for the victory. The senior forward connected on four of his six long-range shots in the period. Senior guard Ty’Jayh Cole had all 12 of his points after the first quarter. For School of the Arts, Ethain Clarke-DeSouza led three players in double figures with 13 points. Reggie Smith contributed 11 points and Ke’Vion Mitchell 10. Other scorers – School of the Arts: Keshaun Chatman (9), Richie Nadal (7), Ishnel Gonzales (3), Farhan Abdi (2), Tyree Moore (1); Monroe: Davion Jones (9), Ezekiel Williams (7), JaH’meir Speed (5), Devante Conyers (4)

FRANKLIN (0-2) 65
WORLD OF INQUIRY (2-0) 81
Jeshua Shaw and Dorian Smith combined for 15 of World of Inquiry’s 18 first-quarter points as the Griffins surged to an 18-8 advantage and maintained a double-digit lead the rest of the way. The senior guard duo finished with 19 points apiece. Smith knocked down all three of his long-range shots in the opening period while Shaw netted 12 points in the second half. Senior guard Romel Brown converted four of his six field goals from inside the arc as part of his 18-point performance. For Franklin, Jaylin Jordan scored all 13 of his points in three quarters. Khalil Cotton netted eight of his 12 points in the first half. Chauncey White-Oliver chipped in all 10 of his points after the opening period. Other scorers – Franklin: Zori Smith (9), Dayvion Scott (8), Sha’mere Freeman (3), Sincere Rivera (2); World of Inquiry: Traevon Alexander (6), Toney Henton (6), Rodney Nunnally (5), Kevonne Fountain (2), Amir Hobbs (2)

GATES-CHILI (2-0) 82
HILTON (0-2) 57
Adam Williams stuffed the stat sheet with 22 points, 11 boards, three blocks, two assists and a steal to lead Gates-Chili. The senior forward poured 20 points in the first three quarters and converted nine of his 10 made field goals from within the arc. Williams hauled in eight of his 11 rebounds on the offensive glass as well. Devon Payton hit three long-range shots and 6-of-6 free throws as part of his 23 points. The senior guard swiped four steals, collected three rebounds, one assist and a block as well. Kobe McCray knocked down five three-pointers for 15 points and added five assists, two rebounds, two blocks and two steals. For Hilton, junior forward Preston Prince made 8-of-14 free throws as part of his 23 points. Carter Clark hit a pair of three-pointers and chipped in 10 points. Other scorers – Gates-Chili: Blake Siplin (6), Jaimie Smith (5), Andrew Newcombe (3), Cameron Brown (2), Quincey Davis (2), Myron Moses (2), Donovan Rotmans (2); Hilton: Michael Whelehan (9), Aaron Siracuse (6), Luke Pisani (4), Nick Graziano (3), Luke Simonelli (2)

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (1-1) 57
BATAVIA (2-0) 62
Stone Siverling scored six of Batavia’s 14 fourth-quarter points as the Blue Devils grinded out their second straight single-digit win. The senior center finished with 12 points overall. Alex Hale netted 14 of his 21 points in the first half to give the Blue Devils a 32-26 edge. The senior guard connected on four long-range attempts. Zach Gilebarto produced 11 of his 14 points after the opening period in which the Blue Devils led, 16-13. For Honeoye Falls-Lima, senior forward Patrick Lustyk led with three long-range shots and 21 points. Sophomore forward Nolan Smith made nine field goals for 18 points. Other scorers – Honeoye Falls-Lima: Josh Vogt (8), Reece Joint (6), Preston Huff (4); Batavia: Brandon Bartz (4), Faraz Idrees (3), Carter McFollins (3), Luke Rogers (3), Ayden McFollins (2)

IRONDEQUOIT (2-0) 68
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (0-2) 58
Jaleel Davis netted 12 of his career-high 20 points in the second quarter to ignite Irondequoit to a 42-23 lead as the Eagles held on for the victory. The senior guard made four of his six field goals in the period. Davis went 6-of-7 at the charity stripe as well. Senior forward Keenan Robertson scored 11 of his 17 points in the opening period. Jason Jacobs, Jr chipped in 10 points. For Churchville-Chili, sophomore guard Jason Gibbs made seven of his 10 field goals from inside the arc as part of his game-high 24 points. Senior guard Davian Pride scored 17 of his 22 points in the second half. Other scorers – Irondequoit: Ryan Heath (9), Damon Brumfield (4), Rowan McGwin (4), Darius Turner (4); Churchville-Chili: Gideon Todd (6), Robert Munding (4), Joaquan Thomas (2)

PENFIELD (2-0) 51
SPENCERPORT (0-2) 48
RJ Wilkins had all eight of his points in the third quarter as Penfield outscored Spencerport, 20-5, and held on for the win. The senior guard made a pair of three-pointers as well. Sophomore guard Aiden Cook connected on four long-range shots as part of his 17 points. For Spencerport, Patrick Uebelacker scored 15 of his game-high 21 points in the second half. The senior forward made nine field goals as well. Other scorers – Penfield: Tylor Salmon (9), Brady Schroeder (8), Derek Torres (6), Andrew Faillace (2); Spencerport: Gianni Pellett (7), Bryon Streb (7), Isaac Pierre (5), Brendan Gillis (3), Zach Laubacher (3), Andre Marianetti (2)

WEBSTER THOMAS (2-0) 56
BRIGHTON (0-2) 40
Jackson Kulik posted his second double-double of the week with 26 points and 18 rebounds to lead Webster Thomas to the road win. The junior forward scored eight in the first quarter, four in the second, five in the third and eight in the fourth. Kulik hit three shots from beyond the arc and 4-of-5 free throws as well. Sophomore guard Shawn Mason contributed 14 points in three quarters. Junior forward Andrew Quinn chipped in 10. For Brighton, Nathan Martin had 12 points. Other scorers – Webster Thomas: Eli Adams (3), David Petz (3); Brighton: Aiden Lazenby (9), Colin O’Connor (6), Tyler Ortiz (5), Andrew Falter (3), Troy McPherson (3), Luke Hosmer (2)

PITTSFORD MENDON (2-0) 63
CANANDAIGUA (1-1) 48
Luke Hoyser connected on five 3-pointers and finished with a career-high 27 points to lead Mendon in Monroe County Division III action. Hoyser delivered a pair of triples and scored 10 points in the third quarter as the Vikings pulled away from Canandaigua. Jacob Shadders finished with 13 points including six in the first quarter. Jackson Green added 14 points for the game. Canandaigua’s Bryce Ceravolo and Nick Ferris scored four points apiece in the second quarter to pull the Braves within three of Mendon at halftime, 26-23. Other scorers — Mendon: Brady Miller (4), Kidder Lindley (3) and Eric Krowl (2). Canandaigua: Bryce Ceravolo (14), Nick Ferris (6), Callum Outhouse (5), Derek Andrews (12), Cody Aikey (2), Kenyon Mahoney (9).

EASTRIDGE (1-1) 87
GREECE ODYSSEY (0-1) 44
Caquan Wester led four players in double figures with 15 points in three quarters for Eastridge. David Holmes, Jr. and Emmanuel Leftenant both scored 11 points. Cordell Young chipped in 10 points. For Greece Odyssey, Jabril Green made six of his seven field goals inside the arc as part of his 15 points. Zack Knowles connected on three long-range shots and scored 13 points overall. Other scorers – Eastridge: Emmanuel Torres (9), Mykael Miller (8), Zy Switzer (7), Anthony Bennett (6), Evan Brown (5), Sean Pope (3), Hector Jimenez III (2); Greece Odyssey: Brian Mott (9), Adam Krikorian (6), Josh Colon (1)

PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (2-0) 76
BROCKPORT (0-2) 67
Jalyn Moorehead and Jake Priesser combined for 54 points to lead Pittsford Sutherland to its second straight road win. Moorehead poured in a game-high 31 points and converted 10-of-12 free throws. Priesser made eight shots from inside the arc and 7-of-8 foul shots for 23 points. For Brockport, Ryan Judd knocked down five three-pointers as part of his 25 points. Matthew Rennie hit four of his own en route to 16 points. Jared Prior added 12. Other scorers – Pittsford Sutherland: Tyler Mullin (7), Patrick Smelt (4), Will Klenk (3), Shane Leonard (3), Joe Groark (2), Sam Pisonelli (1); Brockport: Owen Gardner (7), Patrick Kiesow (2), Michael VanDetta (2), Kevin Lawrenz (1)

FAIRPORT (0-2) 43
WEBSTER SCHROEDER (1-2) 57
Luke Insley netted all 20 of his points in the second and fourth quarters to lead Webster Schroeder to its first win of the season. The senior guard connected on 8-of-9 free throws and a pair of three-pointers. Senior center Ky’Mere Meeks scored 11 of his 13 points in the second half. For Fairport, senior forward Jack McDonald led with 10 points. Other scorers – Fairport: Alex Hill (7), Braden Consaul (6), Derek Howe (5), Bill Meagher (5), Jake Koonmen (3), Tyler Pucci (3), Wallace Rahmaan (2) Andrew Smith (2); Webster Schroeder: Benjamin Carey (8), Evan DeMocker (4), Nick Hauman (4), James Lill (4), Alex DeRosa (2), James Knox (2)

WILLIAMSON (2-1) 33
LYONS (3-0) 64
Senior forward Justin Smith, Jr. converted 11 field goals for 22 points as Lyons cruised to the home victory. Sophomore forward JC Walker produced 12 of his 14 points in the first three quarters. For Williamson, junior guard Troy Ingham connected from distance four times as part of his 16 points. Senior forward Patsy Catalano combined for 14 of his 15 points in the second and fourth quarters. Other scorers – Williamson: Andrew Brandt (2); Lyons: Ahmir James (7), Nathaniel Henry (6), Jaiden Lopez (6), Horace Betts IV (4), Jahtezz Barber (2), Matthew Briggs (2) Jaylen Battle (1)

BATH-HAVERLING (0-1) 51
LEROY (1-0) 53
Senior forward Andrew Loftus led LeRoy to a season-opening victory with a double-double of 19 points and 13 boards. Cody Lytle had 16 points and Mitchel Hockey 12.

AVOCA/PRATTSBURGH (1-0) 87
ARKPORT-CANASERAGA (0-2) 27
Sawyer Devoe made 10 field goals as part of his 22 points for Avoca/Prattsburgh. James Crowder scored 17 of his 19 points after the opening period. Pacey Hopkins had 12 points in three quarters. For Arkport-Canaseraga, Adrian Smith netted all 10 of his points in the second half. Other scorers – Avoca/Prattsburgh: Kris Johnson (9), Macoy Putnam (8), Caleb Johnson (7), Caleb Clements (5), Ethan Covert (5); Arkport-Canaseraga: Evan Reynolds (7), Jace Cassarta (3), Mike Gilbert (3), Noah Sleight (3), Justin Cull (1)

GENESEO (1-0) 70
MOUNT MORRIS (0-1) 44
For Mount Morris, junior guard Stephen Somers scored 14 points and grabbed six rebounds. Senior forward Alexis Crespo-Lazu had 12 points. Chase Young added five points and four steals. Mason Santini (6), Ben Bacon (4) and Bryson Constantino (3) rounded out the scoring.

CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (2-0) 63
YORK (0-1) 58
Junior guard Evan Raniewicz led Caledonia-Mumford with 17 points. Kyle Wade netted 16 and Mason Nusbickel 12. For York, senior forward James Kennedy scored a game-high 23 points. David Cuozzo chipped in 13.

ROCHESTER ACADEMY (0-2) 50
VERTUS (2-1) 53

CHESTERTON (0-2) 36
CHARLES G. FINNEY (2-1) 89

CLYDE-SAVANNAH (2-1) 81
NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (0-3) 47

EAST ROCHESTER (2-2) 51
GANANDA (2-1) 50

MARION (0-3) 26
SODUS (1-2) 68

DANSVILLE (1-0) 71
WARSAW (0-1) 65

AVON (1-0) 70
WAYLAND-COHOCTON (0-1) 36

PERRY (0-1) 44
LETCHWORTH (1-0) 71

JASPER-TROUPSBURG (1-1) 33
CANISTEO-GREENWOOD (1-0) 51

PAVILION (1-0) 70
KESHEQUA (0-1) 53

LIVONIA (2-0) 54
HORNELL (1-1) 45

GIRLS

AQUINAS (0-1) 47
OUR LADY OF MERCY (2-0) 68
Senior center Katie Whitaker netted 14 points for a balanced Our Lady of Mercy offense which saw 13 players score. Caroline Murphy (9), Audrey Hintz (6), Mia Valvo (6), Karli Harnischfeger (5), Mary Grace McCann (5), Libby McDonough (5), Holly Bagley (4), Anna Lynch (4), Sophie Dearcop (3), Maddie Fitzgerald (3), Gabby Talia (3), Lucy Cotrupe (1) rounded out the scoring for the Monarchs.

LYONS (1-2) 57
WILLIAMSON (1-2) 39
Caitlyn McDonald recorded a double-double of 16 points and 11 boards to lead Lyons to its first victory of the season. The senior forward added three steals, one assist and a block as well. Eighth-grade guard Jayla Bell scored 14 points, collected four rebounds, handed out three assists and swiped three steals. Senior guard Riley Decola contributed 12 points and two rebounds. For Williamson, junior guard Reagan Mangos scored a game-high 20 points. Senior guard Cadie Newby followed up with 17. Other scorers – Lyons: Imani Harder (9), Latavia Blaisdell (4), Alicia Morrison (2); Williamson: Paige Jordan (1), Cayleigh Newby (1)

GANANDA (0-2) 30
EAST ROCHESTER (4-0) 64
Zoe Zutes and Samantha Lewis led East Rochester with a double-double apiece. Zutes filled the box score with 19 points, 10 rebounds, six steals, four assists and two blocks. Lewis posted 15 points, 13 boards, three steals and a pair of blocks. Freshman guard Zarriah Eldridge contributed 12 points, three assists and two steals. Nevaeh Johnson (7), Lily Funk (5), Lebria Hickman (4) and Sydney Freiberger (2) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Bombers.

SODUS (0-3) 18
RED CREEK (1-1) 59
Jessie Bolton scored 21 points as Red Creek notched its first win of the season. The senior guard collected three rebounds, three steals, two assists and a block as well. Mady Sanzotta netted 11 points, swiped five steals, handed out a pair of assists and collected a rebound. Junior forward Madeline Smith chipped in 10 points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals. Riley Shaffer (8), Isabella Wilbur (6) and Abigail Sanzotta (3) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Rams.

PEMBROKE (1-1) 30
ALEXANDER (2-0) 43
Senior guard Hailie Kramer led Alexander with 19 points. Alyssa Kramer (6), Ally Mileham (6), Melanie Pohl (4), Natalie Whitmore (4), Sam Kabel (2) and Emma Kramer (2) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Dragons.

OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (1-1) 37
KENDALL (2-1) 22
Caitlin Ryan scored 14 points as Oakfield-Alabama secured its first victory of the season. The freshman guard grabbed six rebounds, handed out two assists and swiped a steal as well. MaKena Reding (7), Danica Porter (5), Brooke Reding (5) and Kelsey Schlagenhauf (5) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Hornets.

NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (2-1) 44
CLYDE-SAVANNAH (3-0) 53

BYRON-BERGEN (1-1) 52
HOLLEY (0-3) 17

CHESTERTON (0-1)
CHARLES G. FINNEY (0-0)

LYNDONVILLE (0-1)
ATTICA (1-0)

WHEATLAND-CHILI (0-2)
ELBA (2-0)

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