The Bulldogs finished as the runner-up in their annual Tip-Off Tournament.
HONEOYE — The Lima Christian girls basketball team defeated Honeoye 61-29 in the championship game of the Bulldogs' annual Tip-Off Tournament on Saturday.
Savannah Butters scored 15 for the Saints and teammate Tori Wilson chipped in 14 points.
Rachel Snyder led Honeoye (1-1) with 10 points. Katie Stevens, Koryn Marble, Sarah Melton and Ashton Allison all scored four points.
In other high school sports action on Saturday:
Fulton 43, Canandaigua 33
Carlos Abarca (138), Vincent Romeo (152), Mitchell Fisher (170), Frederick Daniely (182), Daniel Dillon (220) and Cristian Resendez (285) all won their matches for the Braves. Romeo pinned his opponent in 1:18, Dillon pinned his opponent in 3:06, and Resendez pinned his opponent in 2:49.
Honeoye 44, Rochester Career and Mentoring Charter School 17
Rachel Snyder scored 14 points to lead the Bulldogs to a win in the team's annual home Tip-Off Tournament:. Teammate Katie Stevens and Sarah Melton both scored 10 points for Honeoye. Amanda MacKenzie scored six and Ashton Allison chipped in four, while Honeoye went 7 for 11 from the free-throw line.
Lima Christian 61, Marion 45
Jamie Royer and Katie Delaney both scored 10 points for the Black Knights. Caroline Sturtz added seven points and Ashley Lange scored four points. It was the first game of the season for Marion.
Brockport 4, Canandaigua 3
The Braves (2-1) lost their first game of the season at the Greater Canandaigua Civic Center on Friday. Brockport's Brandon Henshaw scored 22 seconds into the game to put the Blue Devils in front and Canandaigua's Joe Eddinger tied the game late in the first period. Walden Grady put Brockport ahead with a goal early in the second period. The Braves stormed back with two quick goals early in the third period. Ryan Heeb scored the first and Ben Myles scored the second, giving Canandaigua a 3-2 lead. Mitchell Henshaw tied the game for the Blue Devils less than a minute later and teammate Matt Roe scored the game-winning goal. Brockport goalie Riley Emmerson stopped 29 shots to earn the win and Canandaigua's Bryce Guay stopped 22 shots.