Section V Roundup: Sutherland outlasts HF-L, Leadership improves to 9-0 and Hill goes for 40

NE DOUGLASS 68
SOTA 55
Adonis Flagler collected seven of his 17 points during the first quarter as the NE Douglass Panthers jumped to a 19-9 lead on the way to their fifth win in the last six games. Flagler grabbed 10 rebounds while collecting four steals and three assists. Jiahmere Mitchell topped the 20-point plateau for the sixth time this season with a 23-point effort to go with six assists and five rebounds. Nic Jeanty added 12 points and five rebounds. Lamar Lovelace had nine points for NE Douglass which led by 15 at halftime. Miguel Santos scored five. Trevion Miller had two. Ethain Clarke DeSouza paced SOTA with 17 points. Joe Denegal added 11. Ke’vion Mitchell added nine points. Reggie Smith hit two 3-pointers and scored eight. Logan Hayes added seven for the Silverhawks. Kentraly Brown had three points.

VERTUS 63
LEADERSHIP ACADEMY 91
Dez Ellis finished two rebounds shy of a triple-double as the senior guard shared a team-high of 18 points to go with 10 assists and the eight boards to pace Leadership to a 9-0 mark on the season. Davon Brown matched Ellis with 18 points while hauling in 16 rebounds and blocking three shots. Nate Doyle connected six times behind the arc to finish with 18. Rondell Watson added 17, and Marcus Barr had 12 points. Shamir McCullough finish with nine points for Leadership which has won 16 of its last 17 games going back to last season. De’Andre Hunter led three in double figures for Vertus with 20 points. Robert Lowe added 15 points. Myles Rose had 12. Jamel Demery scored eight for Vertus. Anthony Smith and Sincere Bowman had three apiece.

WILSON MAGNET 88
EARLY COLLEGE 41
Brennan Clark scored 11 of his game-high 22 points in the first quarter as Wilson Magnet jumped to a 25-10 lead. Robert Davis reached the 20-point mark for the fourth straight game and ninth time this season. Desi Floyd added 13 points, and Malikk Johnson finished with 10 for the Wildcats. Shedrick Smith led Early College with nine points. Sam Jackson, Prophet Hampton and Marquis Crawford scored eight points apiece for the Cobras. Other scorers: Early College – Ahmir Buckhannon (4), Juney Jones (2) and Kemar McCloud (2). Wilson Magnet – Deandre Floyd (9), Rickey Gamble (4), Tory Bradley (4), Anthony Jubray (2), Richard Rollin (2) and Duvar Douglass (2).

CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 65
GATES-CHILI 58
Eric Lewis and Marcus Postell combined to score 19 second-half points as Churchville-Chili erased an eight-point deficit to snap a four-game losing skid. Marcellus James paced the Saints with 17 points. Postell followed with 12. Lewis had 11. Corey Powell added 10 points. Fidel Brock had six and Dennis Swetz four. Terrence Wilson scored three. Griffen Stella rounded out the C-C scoring with two points. Keith Slack led Gates-Chili with 21 points and seven assists. Thomas Jones III had 11 points and eight rebounds. Damon Payton scored 18. Mark Morrison scored five points. Traylan McCray had two points, and Adam Williams one.

WEBSTER SCHROEDER 76 2-OT
HILTON 84
Tah-jae Hill scored six of career-high 40 points in the second overtime, and Hilton won for the sixth time in seven games. READ MORE.

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 58
PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 60
Ben DiGiovanni scored 11 points including a traditional three-point play in the final minute of the game as Sutherland rallied and improved to 8-0 on the season. Kevin Ryan led three in double figures with 16 points. Matt Thaney finished with 13 points. Craig Rosen added  eight, and Graham Schild had seven for the Knights who were playing just their second game in 20 days. Josh Rosen chipped in three points, and Davis Heyman had three. Dan Hayes and Owen VanNewkirk scored 12 apiece for HF-L (6-5). Trevor Chamberlain and Garrett Ruff both had 10 points in a losing effort. David O’Connell scored six points for the Cougars. Jack Eastman added five. Tyler Selke had three.

 

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GREECE OLYMPIA 58
PITTSFORD MENDON 79
Dan Cook poured in a career-high 36 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Mendon (8-1) to its seventh straight victory. Michael Harrington added 13 points. Connor Krapf and Nathan Strauf added eight apiece for the Vikings. Matt Powers scored four. Michael Kneuer had two. Charles Bennett rounded out the scoring for Mendon with one point. Jeff Jung, Jr. and William Green, Jr. scored 16 apiece to lead Olympia. Kris Perez added eight for the Spartans. Samuel Wright IV scored seven. Rah’Qual Avant had six. Trevor Sharpton-Clark had three points.

GREECE ARCADIA 48
RUSH-HENRIETTA 95
Kailee White scored 25 points for R-H.

SPENCERPORT 56
FAIRPORT 81
Jackson Sullivan scored 21, Andre Starks had 20 to lead Fairport. Starks connected six times behind the arc while Sullivan added thee from long range. The Red Red Raiders hit 13 3-pointers in the contest. Andrew Bartlett, Vanzell Johnson, Stefan Milinkivic and Colin Bucenic scored five apiece. Anthony Pappano, Brennan O’Connor, Brett Heininger, Ryan Lucey and Collin Espada all scored four points. Josh Reding paced Spencerport with 18 points. Noah Mundt and Ben Reding added eight apiece. Alton Jones, Jr. scored seven. Nick Thibeau had five. Malcolm McCollough (3), Evan Clarke (2), Josh Pierre (1), David Stewart (2) and Gino Pellett (2) rounded out the scoring for Spencerport.

WEBSTER THOMAS 52
VICTOR 63
Joey Colyer hit three 3-pointers and collected 11 points in the third quarter as Victor broke open a tie game at halftime outscoring Thomas 18-7 in the stanza. Colyer connected four times behind the arc in the game and paced the Blue Devils with 18 points. Tanner Hay added, and Chuck Nwugwo scored nine for Victor (4-7). Connor Keenan added and Jeremy Summerson, six. Matt Caggiano hit one 3-pointer, and Caleb Clow scored two points. Jon Crowley had four. Andrew Mason led Thomas with 11 points. Will Johnson had 10, and Joe Luconte scored nine. Garrett Reaves had eight points for the Titans. Colin LaBarbera (6), CJ Battaglia (3), Caden Hann (3) and Kelsey Carter (2) rounded out the scoring for Thomas.

EASTRIDGE 64
BROCKPORT 57
Tony Arnold connected twice behind the arc and accounted for 17 of Eastridge’s 19 third-quarter points as the Lancers outscored Brockport by 10 in the frame in the frame to erase a six-point halftime deficit. Arnold hit 13 of 15 free throws in the contest and finished with a season-high, 33 points. Robert Clark finished with seven points, and Terrence Reid had six for Eastridge (5-6). Ishmael Hannah paced Brockport with 15 points. Cory Gross added 14, and Amire Odey had 12 for the Blue Devils (4-6). Other scorers: Brockport – Willie Ball (8) and Kyle Palka (3). Eastridge – Jordan Capers (5), Zach Taranto (3), Kyndal Taggart (3), Adrian Rogers (3), Jaden Keech (2) and Koby Jones (2).

BLOOMFIELD 72
DUNDEE 44

HONEOYE 63 OT
ROMULUS 71

MARCUS WHITMAN 41
SOUTH SENECA 38

PAVILION 49
MT. MORRIS 77

LIMA CHRISTIAN 69
ROCHESTER ACADEMY 70

ELBA 47
ATTICA 41

KENDALL 59
BYRON-BERGEN 71

WHEATLAND-CHILI 48
ALEXANDER 54

HOLLEY 61
LYNDONVILLE 69

OAKFIELD-ALABAMA 63
NOTRE DAME-BATAVIA 67

ANDOVER 50
BOLIVAR-RICHBURG 67

FRIENDSHIP 14
WHITESVILLE 48

SCIO 46
FILLMORE 51

WELLSVILLE 67
BRADFORD (PA) 73

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