James Leone added 14 points, five rebounds and four helpers while Dylan Harrington (Irondequoit) matched a career-high with 13 points in the win and Jordan Gilman netted seven points of the bench.
Trevor Book (North Tonawanda, N.Y.), Jay Sarkis (Rochester, N.Y.) and Dmarco Barnes (Baldwin, N.Y.) all contributed to Daemen’s three-point barrage and each reached double figures.
The Soaring Eagles slowed the momentum with a bucket in the paint, but the Cardinals closed out the first quarter with seven unanswered points including four from Leah Koonmen (Our Lady of Mercy) to take a 21-4 lead into the second frame.
Sabrina Wolfe (Troy, NY/Troy) tallied 19 points and added six boards, while Brooke Stanley (Minnetonka, MN/Benilde-St. Margaret’s) added eight points, five boards and four steals and Cori Okada (Fullerton, CA/Troy) and Alyssa Juergens (Rochester, NY/Hilton) had a game-high six assists apiece.
Freshman Katie Titus (Penfield, N.Y.) paced the Wildcats tonight with 17 points, 13 rebounds and two blocks.
Matt Anderson (Bennington, VT/Mt. Anthony Union) and DJ Walker (Rochester, NY/Irondequoit) had seven points apiece.
Chelsea Henry (Greece Arcadia) really caught fire in the second as she scored 10 points in the quarter alone, including two three pointers. The story of the second was really the tenacious defense.
Danny Ashley and Antonio Alvarez (Brockport) opened things up for the Green and Gold, adding strong points both from in the paint and from the perimeter.
Green and Brendan Broderick (McQuaid Jesuit) each nailed two three-pointers in the second half and Jacob added another.
Spencerport Central School District’s director of physical education, health and athletics, John Pelin, has announced his plans to retire, effective June 30, 2019. Pelin will retire after 40 years in education, of which 30 years as the athletic director in Spencerport…