Luxury Vacation Rentals Friday Wrap: Wayne wins fourth straight division title; Mullen, Canisteo-Greenwood complete undefeated regular season

Webster Schroeder’s Lill Northrup (10) drives to the basket. Hilton’s Mallory Heise (14) defends on the play. (Photo: SUE KANE)


AQUINAS (7-3) 59
MCQUAID (6-5) 47
Damarius Owens and Jack Bleier each scored 13 points for Aquinas to beat McQuaid on Friday night. READ MORE.

EDISON TECH (2-9) 71
Senior co-captains Maurice McKinney and Sean Smith scored 25 points each as the Lions held off Edison Tech, 79-71. READ MORE.

MONROE (8-2) 76
Ezekiel Williams scored 19 of his 22 points after the first quarter in which Monroe led, 20-14, as the Red Jackets completed the regular season with three consecutive victories. The senior guard converted 8-of-10 free throws, six field goals from inside the arc and a three-pointer. Ty’Jayh Cole hit four long-range shots en route to 16 points. Senior guard JaH’mier Speed contributed 15 points. For World of Inquiry, Romel Brown led with 15 points. Jeshua Shaw scored all 11 of his points in the first and third quarters combined. Other scorers – Monroe: Davion Jones (9), Amariyon Johnson (5), Devante Conyers (4), Felton Gray (4); World of Inquiry: Kevonne Fountain (9), Umar Richardson (5), Rodney Nunnally (4), RoyDel Nicholson (3), Levi Wright (3), Toney Henton (2)

EAST (9-2) 105
Clinique Jackson and Desmond Williams both scored 16 points to lead six players in double figures for East High. Jackson made six of his seven field goals from inside the arc while Williams had all of his points in the second half. Junior guard Kai McCullough netted four long-range shots as part of his 14 points. Jamiere Gibson contributed 13 points and Naeem Folks 12. Justus Ross-Simmons had 11 points in three quarters. For Wilson Magnet, Derrick Simmons produced a game-high 24 points. The senior forward knocked down four bombs and scored half of his points in the final period. Nate Cotton and Zavarius Henry both chipped in 11 points. Other scorers – East: Damani Barley (9), Darren Blocker, Jr. (5), Shamir Caruthers (5), Kenny Edwards (2); Wilson Magnet: Jayleon Smith (2), Brandon White (2)

FRANKLIN (3-8) 64
Jaylin Jordan netted 13 of his 21 points in the second half as Franklin outscored Franklin, 37-30, and pulled away to snap a four-game skid. The senior guard made seven field goals, including two three-pointers, and 6-of-12 free throws. Sha’mere Freeman and Juelz Nelson both contributed 12 points. For Early College, sophomore forward Myqyng Arline scored 17 of his 21 points in the first 24 minutes of game play. Other scorers – Franklin: Dayvion Scott (7), Chauncey White-Oliver (6), Nazir McCloud (4); Early College: Jamari Williams (9), Jamezs Brown (8), Yazier Brown (6), Michael Stroughter (6)

NE DOUGLASS (4-6) 45
Reggie Smith scored 11 points in both halves for a game-high 22 as School of the Arts completed the regular season with two straight wins. The senior guard made nine of his 10 field goals within the arc. Smith added four rebounds, four steals, three assists and a block as well. Ethain Clarke-DeSouza scored all 15 of his points after the first quarter in which the Silverhawks led, 19-9. The senior forward accumulated 11 boards for a double-double along with four assists and two steals. Keshaun Chatman and Ke’Vion Mitchell both contributed 10 points and five rebounds. Mitchell dished out four assists and swiped four steals. Chatman had two assists, a block and a steal. For NE Douglass, senior guard Trynzeir Parker led with 14 points. Other scorers – School of the Arts: Farhan Abdi (6), Ishmel Gonzales (6), Richie Nadal (5); NE Douglass: Chris James (8), Khalil Johnson (6), Jason Jones (5), Jose Rodriguez (5), Lonnie Buchanan (4), Je’Keim Mosley (2), Mark Mathis (1)

MIDLAKES (3-8) 38
LYONS (11-0) 105
JC Walker led four players in double figures with 25 points as Lyons eclipsed the century mark and capped off an undefeated regular season. The sophomore center made 11 shots inside the arc and 3-of-3 free throws. Senior center Justin Smith, Jr. scored 15 of his 18 points in the first half. Junior forward Jaylen Battle netted three long-range shots as part of his 17-point performance. Sophomore guard Jaiden Lopez had all 13 of his points after the opening period. For Midlakes, sophomore forward Dylan Mattoon led with all 10 of his points after halftime. Other scorers – Lyons: Ahmir James (8), Quintin Franklin (7), Horace Betts IV (6), Jahtezz Barber (5), Matt Briggs (3), Jymeer Linzy (3); Midlakes: Mike DeHond (9), Kyle Kumkey (5), Lucas Garver (3), Mike Reed (3), Aidan Baldwin (2), Abe Diaz (2), Owen Guest (2), Simon Rizzo (2)

WAYNE (12-0) 63
NEWARK (1-11) 33
Senior guard Tyler Reynolds netted 14 points as Wayne notched its fourth consecutive Finger Lakes East Division title. Junior guard Mason Blakenberg followed up with 13 points. Devon Forrest produced 12 points. For Newark, senior guard Carter Steve led with nine points. Other scorers – Wayne: Shamus Fanning (5), Jake Johnson (4), Eli Schichtel (4), Alex Bolt (3), Nate Coleman (3), Charley Wiggins (3), Noah Means (2); Newark: Isaiah Camp (4), Brayden Steve (4), Addison Bump (3), Bryson Croft (3), Jacob Sides (3), Aaron Gibsonspencer (2), Adam Lombardi (2), Zachary Herd (2), Simon Vermeersch (1)

HONEOYE (7-4) 54
DUNDEE (7-4) 71
Blake Machuga and Steven Webster both scored 18 points to lead Dundee to its sixth win in seven games. Webster accumulated 14 boards for a double-double. Machuga added four rebounds and three assists. Junior guard Logan Salvatore netted 16 points, dished out six assists, swiped four steals and grabbed three rebounds. Michael End had seven points and Peyton Boudinot five. Alex Dykes chipped in three points. Brady Richardson and Davy Semans both contributed two.

ATTICA (7-4) 75
KENDALL (1-10) 43
Adam Bukowski, Nick Perl and Ian Romesser all scored 15 points to lead Attica to its fifth consecutive victory. Romesser corralled 15 rebounds for a double-double. Senior guard Ayden Goll compiled 12 points, 12 assists, six steals and three blocks. For Kendall, senior guard Derick Edick connected on five long-range shots as part of his 22 points.

FAIRPORT (2-8) 59

VERTUS (6-5) 74


MYNDERSE (7-5) 67
WATERLOO (2-10) 61

GENEVA (9-3) 64
PENN YAN (3-9) 51


ROMULUS (1-9) 61
Five players found the bottom of the net in the third quarter when South Seneca erased a double-digit deficit and went on to win for the second time in the past three games. Kenyan Russ connected on a pair of 3-pointers, and Lukas Day added six points of his own from inside as the Falcons outscored Romulus 26-13 during the stanza. Ira Aman scored five of his game-high 22 points during the third while Gage Halsey scored three of his 12. South Seneca took a 48-46 lead into the fourth. Devon Morrell scored 13 of his team-high 19 points in the first half when Romulus jumped to a 33-22 advantage heading into the break. Mike Kaufman added 13 points for the Warriors. Erik Jensen had 11. Connor Franklin (8), Henry Morse (4) and Zach Butler (6) also scored for Romulus. Nick Houck and Russ finished with nine points apiece for South Seneca. Damar Russ contributed two points.

PEMBROKE (7-5) 51

ALEXANDER (4-6) 52


FILLMORE (7-3) 57
HINSDALE (1-9) 12



HILTON (2-7) 46
Mariah Watkins once scored in a varsity summer league game during the months after her fifth-grade year, so it should come as no surprise that she is currently the leading scorer with that same program. What might raise an eyebrow or two is that Mariah Watkins is still just a freshman. Watkins scored 25 points Friday night, and the Webster Schroeder girls won their third straight game. READ MORE.

BRIGHTON (2-7) 40
For Brighton, junior guard Kiara Anglin led with 13 points, nine rebounds, two assists, two blocks and a steal. Kaiya Larkins (7), Lucy Lederman (6), Sadie Scott (5), Ellen Lavonas (3), Allie McInroy (3), Olivia Rush (2) and Katie Hardie (1) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Barons.

EASTRIDGE (1-8) 38
Junior guard Amiyah Nunn netted 18 points as Irondequoit surged to its fourth consecutive victory and swept the season series with Eastridge. Senior center Julia Smith finished right behind her with 17 points. Leah Memmott (9), Evin Terzioglu (5), Maeve Brennan (4), Emma McGuigan (3), Hannah Smith (3) and Colleen Tytler (2) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Eagles.

BROCKPORT (7-3) 66
Junior guard Ella Fadale scored 20 points as Brockport rolled to its fifth win in six games. Sophomore guard Ava Velletri pitched in 13 points. Senior guard Emma Laureano contributed 10. Maggie Schultz (6), Emily Vergari (6), Emma Sodoma (5), Layla Myers (4) and Gisela Allen (2) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Blue Devils.

Senior guard Mikayla Shipley netted 14 points as Churchville-Chili recorded its third win in four games. Hannah Shipley followed up with 11 points. Sydney Postell (9), Maria Wiater (6), Jordan Loewke (5), Jasmine Gibbs (4), Jessalyn Taylor (3) and Emma Vogelwede (2) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Saints.

For Pittsford Sutherland, sophomore guard Ellie Bergin posted a double-double of 22 points and 13 boards along with five steals and three assists. Lara Brandt (9), Leora Cook (7), Brooke Pestorius (7) and Maley Garcia (3) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Knights.

FAIRPORT (8-3) 67
Sophomore guard Bella Pucci stuffed the stat sheet with 18 points, three steals, two assists, one rebound and a block as Fairport snapped a two-game skid. Ella Meabon recorded a double-double of 15 points and 12 rebounds along with an assist, block and steal. Freshman forward Ne’vaeh Buntley scored nine points, corralled 11 boards, swiped a pair of steals and swatted a shot. Sarah Hirschler (7), Sophia Lapp (6), Riley DeRue (3), Rachel McCoy (3), Hannah Fields (2), Amiya Johnson (2) and Macy Ostrander (2) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Red Raiders.

GANANDA (6-5) 49
For Harley-Allendale-Columbia, junior guard Anna Thomas led with seven points, three steals and a rebound. Eliza Nicosia (6), Lucy Michael (4), Catherine Alexis (2) and Chloe Fowler (2) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Wolves.

MIDLAKES (8-3) 57
Cara Walker compiled seven field goals for 14 points as Midlakes completed the regular season with five wins in six games. The senior guard corralled 10 boards and swiped three steals. Mary Givens and Grace Murphy both netted 11 points. Givens scored all of her points in three quarters. Murphy had nine points in the second half. Sophomore forward Hanna Godkin posted eight points and nine rebounds. For Palmyra-Macedon, eighth-grade guard Taryn Goodness made eight shots for a game-high 16 points. Sophomore guard Erika Mitchell connected on three bombs as part of her 13 points. Senior forward Grace Seither recorded four points, 10 rebounds and three steals. Kendyl Evankovich had four points and seven boards. Other scorers – Midlakes: Kate Mahoney (5), Cate Peacock (4), Callie Walker (4); Palmyra-Macedon: Reagan Diehl (4)

SOUTH SENECA (10-0) 51
ROMULUS (3-7) 18
Senior guard Emma Fletcher paced South Seneca with 18 points. Allissa Fletcher produced 11 points. Logan Shaulis (7), Lea Fletcher (4), Sam Grover (4), Allison Kenyon (4) and Chloe Shaulis (3) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Falcons.

PENN YAN (8-4) 52
GENEVA (2-10) 24
Senior guard Joddie Decker netted 25 points as Penn Yan completed the regular season with three consecutive victories. Hayley Andersen chipped in 10 points. Jammie Decker (8), Sierra Harrison (5), Adriana Rodriquez (2), Kaley Griffin (1) and Lexy Smith (1) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Mustangs.

NEWARK (2-10) 50
WAYNE (2-9) 37
Kalyna Bryant and Ciana Galvin both recorded double-doubles as Newark snapped a nine-game skid to complete the regular season. Bryant led with 14 points, 16 boards, two blocks and one assist. Galvin followed up with 12 points, 10 rebounds, two steals an one assist. Michaela Colacino (8), Isabel Robson (7), Victoria Ward (4), Lena Ramos (3) and Jamarya Walker (2) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Reds.

DANSVILLE (10-0) 65
HORNELL (8-4) 50
Junior guard Sidney Stone produced 16 points, seven rebounds, three assists and a steal as Dansville completed an undefeated regular season. Hannah LaPlant and Madison Lee both scored 13 points. LaPlant stuffed the stat sheet with six assists, four rebounds, three steals and two blocks. Lee added three assists, a rebound and a steal. Senior center Arayana Young compiled 11 points, 16 boards, six blocks and five assists. Brielle Caruso (6), Erin Patanella (4) and Abigail Belcher (2) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Mustangs.

LEROY (2-8) 53
LETCHWORTH (0-10) 33
Senior guard Bryn Luckey poured in a game-high 23 points, accumulated eight steals, three assists and one rebound as LeRoy snapped a four-game skid to complete the regular season. For Letchworth, Allison Diver led with eight points. Other scorers – LeRoy: Jillian Curtis (9), Dana Reschke (8), Jennifer Pullyblank (6), Katelynn Rumsey (3), Sierra Burk (2), Zharia Newton (2); Letchworth: Allison Valentine (7), Jonelle Flitcroft (6), Phoebe Conklin (4), Morgan Wright (4), Kate Broughton (3), Delaney Bean (1)

WARSAW (4-6) 45
Junior forward Emma Tangeman compiled 11 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks as Warsaw completed the regular season with back-to-back wins. Emily Howard and Mackenzie Ryan both scored 10 points. Ryan hauled in nine boards and Howard four. Madison Young (6), Leah O’Green (4), Carlee Hunt (2) and Lauren Russell (2) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Tigers.

PAVILION (10-0) 43
Sophomore guard Karlee Zinkievich netted a game-high 23 points as Pavilion completed an undefeated regular season. Lauren Kingsley contributed 10 points. For Caledonia-Mumford, Maddy DeVore and Hazell Nickerson both had eight points and five rebounds. Other scorers – Pavilion: Emily Kingsley (4), Kodi Beehler (2), Paige Landers (2), Adeline Milligan (2); Caledonia-Mumford: Marissa Roides (3), Taylor Mills (2), Haley Sherwood (2), Gracie Boudreau (1)

KESHEQUA (2-8) 50
MOUNT MORRIS (0-10) 25
Freshman guard Libby Benner produced 21 points, nine rebounds, seven steals and one assist as Keshequa snapped a four-game skid to complete the regular season. Eighth-grade guard Ava Thayer contributed 10 points, four assists, one rebound and a steal. Jade Wolfer (8), Anna Linde (6), Julia Wilkins (3) and Emilee Wright (2) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Indians.

PERRY (4-6) 37
AVON (9-1) 51
Sarina McDowell exploded for a 27-point, 20-rebound double-double to lead Avon to its sixth consecutive victory to complete the regular season. The sophomore center dished out three assists and swiped three steals. Senior forward Alicia Faville produced 10 points, nine boards, two assists and a steal. Lauren Bondgren (6), Ellie Cochrane (4) and Natalie Masten (4) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Braves.

PEMBROKE (7-4) 43
Sophomore guard MaKena Reding netted 16 points, added two rebounds and two steals as Oakfield-Alabama completed the regular season with four consecutive victories. Junior forward Kelsey Schlagenhauf posted a double-double of 10 points and 10 boards along with three assists and two steals. Danica Porter (9), Emma Wray (9), Caitlin Ryan (4) and Karly Smith (1) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Hornets.

ELBA (11-0) 53
ALEXANDER (8-2) 44
For Alexander, senior guard Hailie Kramer led with 12 points. Natalie Whitmore had 11 points and Ally Mileham 10. Melanie Pohl (5), Alyssa Kramer (4) and Emma Kramer (2) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Trojans.

Lillian Mullen scored 13 of her game-high 25 points in the opening period as Canisteo-Greenwood surged to a commanding 27-0 advantage and completed an undefeated regular season. The freshman guard made eight of her 11 field goals within the arc and swiped four steals. Sophomore center Brooke Burd recorded 14 points, seven rebounds and five steals. Senior guard Savannah Ambuski scored 10 of her 13 points in the second half. Elaine Roach netted eight of her 10 points in the first quarter. The freshman forward swiped four steals. Peyton Peters had two points and eight boards. For Campbell-Savona, Braxton Elliot led with eight points. Other scorers – Canisteo-Greenwood: Martine Buijs (6), Skylar Sable (4); Campbell-Savona: Ashlyn Stratton (4), Karissa Champion (2), Madison Sutryk (1)


HONEOYE (3-7) 27

LIVONIA (7-5) 47

KENDALL (3-8) 41
ATTICA (5-5) 46

FILLMORE (6-4) 41

ADDISON (3-6) 57




YORK (6-3)



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