Section V Round Up: Slack beats the buzzer; Jones, VanNewkirk post double-doubles

first_img By jdennstedt on December 8, 2017No Comment This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Add to Google+ Follow on Facebook Share on Facebook Print This Post Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.center_img Pittsford Sutherland improved to 3-0 on the season with a 65-58 win over Wilson Magnet.FAIRPORT 84HILTON 43Seniors Jackson Sullivan and Andrew Bartlett each netted 17 points, leading Fairport. Junior Vanzell Johnson added 11 points for Fairport. Morgan Kunigan, a senior for Hilton, led the team in points with 12 on the evening.Fairport benefited from two 25-point quarters, finishing the second and fourth quarter strong, while holding Hilton to 11 points total between the two quarters. They hit 13 shots from downtown in the game, equaling their total from a game against Webster Schroeder earlier in the week.RUSH-HENRIETTA 80PENFIELD 58Shamire Broyld paced three Rush-Henrietta scorers in double-figures with 20 points in a game that saw the Royal Coments race out to a (22-5) first quarter lead . Kailee White and Mecca McCullough chipped in with 16 points and 11 points respectively. Isiah Preston led all scorers with a game-high 27 points, 18 of them coming in the second half in defeat for Penfield.VICTOR 62GATES-CHILI 63   OTJunior Keith Slack propelled Gates-Chili with 25 points while senior Damon Payton netted 14 for his team. Victor exhibited a balanced scoring attack, with seniors Connor Keenan (15), Tanner Hay (12) and Joey Colyer (12), and junior Jon Crowley (13), all scoring in double-digits.Slack knocked down a game-winning three-pointer for Gates-Chili with 5.9 seconds remaining in overtime.GREECE ARCADIA 22IRONDEQUOIT 67Playing in their first game since last season’s state championship run the home Irondequoit Eagles jumped out to an early (38-3) half-time lead. Junior Gerald Drumgoole led all scorers with a game-high 18 points. Patrick Thomas chipped in with 10 points.WEBSTER THOMAS 63CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 56Joe Luconte scored 21 points to lead all scorers for Webster Thomas. Will Johnson added 13 points and Andrew Mason finished with 12 points. Churchville-Chili’s Fidel Brock scored 11 of  his team-high 18 points in the fourth quarter.BRIGHTON 52GREECE ATHENA 86Senior Christian Jones put up a double-double for Athena with 39 points, 11 rebounds and five assists. Senior Ryan Kubanka (12) and sophomore Melvin Council (11) were Athena’s other double-digit scorers. Ryan Martin (15 points) and Kendall Clyburn (14 points), both seniors, led Brighton.Athena cruised to the win behind their offense, which scored more than 20 points in three of the four quarters, with the exception of the third.EASTRIDGE 46BATAVIA 81Senior TeeSean Ayala hit five threes en route to a team-high 26-point performance. Junior Antwan Odom added 16 points for Batavia. Eastridge senior Kyndal Taggart scored 12 points in a losing effort.Batavia opened both halves strong, scoring 25 points in the first quarter and 23 in the third.HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 82GREECE OLYMPIA 55HF-L senior Owen VanNewkirk dropped 23 points, a career-high, and grabbed 12 rebounds for a double-double. Senior Jack Eastman added 18 points, including four threes, and junior Trevor Chamberlain had 14 points and eight rebounds. David O’Connell, a senior, led HF-L in rebounds with 14.A 21-6 run to open the game helped HF-L build a quick lead, with VanNewkirk and Eastman each scoring eight points. They led 39-17 at the half .SODUS 37GREECE ODYSSEY 67Jaden Hartsfield led Odyssey (2-0) with 15 points and six rebounds. Travon Harper added 12 points and five assists. Romell Griffin had nine points and five assists. Malik Barton scored 17 points for Sodus. Paul James had 10 points.WORLD OF INQUIRY 78FRANKLIN 56Charles Maurice Brown, a senior for World of Inquiry, netted 27 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead his team. Fellow seniors CeyQuan Salmon and Javonte Burrell contributed 14 points, 8 rebounds and 11 points, 5 steals, respectively. Senior Parish Quick topped Franklin with 13 points.PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 65WILSON MAGNET 58Wilson’s Robert Davis stuck a 3-pointer with 43.6 seconds remaining to make it five-point game at 63-58. The Wildcats forced a five-second call on the ensuing inbound, but could not convert on the opportunity. READ MORE. EARLY COLLEGE 53WHEATLAND-CHILI 37SOTA 79 OTAVON 77Reggie Smith scored a team-high 24 points including four in overtime to lead SOTA (3-1). Smith hit five 3-pointers and finished 9-of-13 from the free throw line. Logan Hayes connected four times behind the arc in the second quarter and added 19 points for the Silverhawks. Joe Denegal chipped in 13, and Ethain Clarke DeSouza had nine in the win. Avon’s Connor Taylor led all scorers with 30 points. Aaron Ghent had 18.EAST 53HENNINGER (III) 77WEBSTER SCHROEDER 50CORCORAN 74LIMA CHRISTIAN 53C.G. FINNEY 92MYNDERSE 55NEWARK 47Senior Devin Anderson’s 17 points were good for the Mynderse team lead, followed  by fellow seniors Quentin Battle and Hunter Haust with 12 and 10 points each. Taylor Clements, a senior, led Newark with 17 points, while senior Terry Anglin had 16 points.OLEAN (VI) 71WELLSVILLE 44PERRY 52VERTUS 51ROCHESTER ACADEMY 46NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN 98PALMYRA-MACEDON 41PENN YAN 48WATERLOO 41MIDLAKES 49Senior Bryce Burri scored 19 points and senior Trevor Millman contributed a double-double (10 points and 13 rebounds) for Midlakes. Sophomore Mike Hubbard paced Waterloo with 17 points.AQUINAS 36NAZARETH (VI) 56Dre Turnipseed’s 18 points led Nazareth, with Bryan Medy adding 14 of his own. Both scorers were helped by an 11 rebound night from Michael Young and Jonah Hillard’s 10 rebounds on the evening. Kidtrell Blocker and Justin Johnson tied for Aquinas’ team lead for scoring with nine points each.Nazareth opened up the second half with a 16-3 run to take an 18-point lead, a deficit Aquinas was unable to comeback from.GENEVA 36WAYNE 59DUNDEE 38MARCUS WHITMAN 50ROMULUS 41RED JACKET 58SOUTH SENECA 55HONEOYE 67BATH-HAVERLING 57WARSAW 63HORNELL 70LETCHWORTH 14LIVONIA 49LEROY 54FILLMORE 31GENESEE VALLEY 63FRIENDSHIP 18HOUGHTON 34WHITESVILLE 56SCIO 52ANDOVER 63HINSDALE 21BYRON-BERGEN 54OAKFIELD-ALABAMA 68HOLLEY 19ALEXANDER 57PEMBROKE 80ATTICA 44ELBA 72NOTRE DAME-BATAVIA 74     in OTKENDALL 63LYNDONVILLE 75UPREP 72NOTTINGHAM HS 77MCQUAID 54NIAGARA FALLS (VI) 76Roddy Gayle topped Niagara Falls with 17 points, followed by Quran Dubois with 15 and Tazaun Rose with 11. Kobe Long, a sophomore, led McQuaid with 15 points. Sophomore Jermaine Taggart added 12 points of his own, while senior Josh Purcell netted nine points and pulled in eight rebounds. Niagara Falls outscored McQuaid 45-26 in the second half to power their way to the win.ADDISONHAMMONDSPORT     PPDRescheduled to 12/18ALFRED-ALMOND 32AVOCA 85  AQUINAS, BRIGHTON, FAIRPORT, SOTA Section V Round Up: Slack beats the buzzer; Jones, VanNewkirk post double-doubles Subscribe by Email Section V Round Up: Slack beats the buzzer; Jones, VanNewkirk post double-doubles added by jdennstedt on December 8, 2017View all posts by jdennstedt →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensLovely&HealthyTop 10 Most Dangerous Cruises In The World Lovely&Healthyby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ Splinters”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ SplintersBishop Kearney overcomes Wilson’s absence, Ibezim’s dominance to beat Gates Chili – Pickin’ Splinters Connect on Linked inlast_img

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