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Wayne Post
  • HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Bloomfield boys basketball rolls to win

  • The Bloomfield boys defeated Marcus Whitman and other scores from Tuesday's high school sports.
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  • GORHAM — The Bloomfield boys basketball improved to 2-0 on the season with a 75-58 win over Marcus Whitman in a Finger Lakes West League game on Tuesday.
    The Bombers outscored the Wildcats 23-9 in the second quarter to take a 43-24 halftime lead. Marcus Whitman tried to use a high-pressure defense against Bloomfield.
    "We were able to handle the pressure and we didn't really change who we are," Bombers coach Jon Mastin said. "We stayed true to our philosophy of attacking the basket and getting out and running. We tried to organize it so we could take advantage of their aggressive play. It was a fast-paced, up-tempo game, which is the way we like to play.
    Ty Clauss led Bloomfield with 17 points, Dyllan Taillon scored 16, and Brian Dulen recorded a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds. The Bombers shot 75 percent from the free-throw line as well.
    "Everybody had faith in each other; we were able to work the ball around," Dulen said. "We weren't being selfish, we got everybody involved. We didn't have a one-man show."
    Luke Shively led the Wildcats with 19 points, and Merritt Bailey scored eight.
    In other boys basketball action:
    Naples 57, Red Jacket 33
    The Indians led 18-5 after the first quarter, but the Big Green outscored their opponent 13-0 in the second quarter and 23-4 in the fourth quarter. Isaiah Tilley led Naples (3-1) with 14 points, Andrew Fleischman scored 10 with three 3-pointers, and Tyler Holton added nine. Glenn Austin led Red Jacket with 10 points.
    Midlakes 69, Waterloo 49
    Mason Jones scored 27 points and Jake Kemp scored 19, as the Screaming Eagles won their season opener. Jonathan Jones scored 16 for the Indians.
    Honeoye 50, Romulus 38
    The Bulldogs outscored the Warriors 23-4 in the fourth quarter to pull off the comeback win. Justin Kraft led Honeoye with 17 points, Tanner Gladding scored 13, and Jon Marble scored 10. Tim Mastellar scored 12 for the Warriors.
    Penn Yan 63, Pal-Mac 54
    Bradley Voigt led the Mustangs (2-0) with 14 points, teammate Jacob Covert scored 13, and Austin Fingar scored 12. Jon Vankouwenberg scored 16 for the Red Raiders (0-3) and Trevor Wager chipped in 15.
    Geneva 66, Newark 61
    Akia Jackson and Junior Sims both scored 14 points to lead the Panthers (3-0). Micah Wright had 21 points, seven rebounds and four assists for the Reds (1-2), and Jaymee Rosser scored 14.
    Clyde-Savannah 51, Lyons 50
    Kam DiSanto scored 21 points for the Golden Eagles (4-0), Joemaine Bogan scored 13 and Joe Faniel scored 12. Damon Hunter led the Lions (1-1) with 22 points, Damien Scott scored nine, and DJ Long added eight.
    Sodus 51, Marion 50 OT
    The Spartans scored the game-winning field goal with 1.4 seconds left in overtime. Zachery Wilchenski led Sodus (2-1) with 13 points. Preston Crego scored 15 for the Black Knights (1-3).
    Page 2 of 3 - North Rose-Wolcott 67, Gananda 60
    Jake Stevenson recorded 26 points and nine rebounds to lead the Cougars. Eric Mucci scored 21 points for the Blue Panthers.
    GIRLS BASKETBALL
    Victor 48, Webster Thomas 46
    Blue Devil Abbie Hill made a floater with no time left to lift her team over the previously unbeaten Titans (3-1). Victor (2-1) opened up an 18-9 lead after the first quarter. Franny Valenti led the Blue Devils with 12 points and six rebounds, teammates Kristen Simmons and Emily Giles both scored 11, and Kate Leonard added six points and eight rebounds. "Even though we have a young team, they trust one another and we stayed tough against a strong opponent in Webster Thomas," Victor coach Blake Smith said.
    BOYS SWIMMING
    Pal-Mac 114, Gananda 66
    Matt Gately was a double winner for the Red Raiders (200 free and 500 free), while Gage Geldorf won the 100 backstroke and Jake DeMeyers won the 100 breaststroke. Evan Sixbey won both the 200 IM and 100 free for the Blue Panthers, teammate Ryan McDowell won the 100 butterfly, and Chance Edmonds won diving.
    Pittsford 101, Victor 71
    Jared Ritz won the 500 freestyle in 5:09:01 for the host Blue Devils. Teammate Paul LaRue won the 100 backstroke (1:00.20) and Tyler Alden won the 100 breaststroke (1:07.49). Victor's 400 freestyle relay team of Ritz, LaRue, Alden and Luke Shanahan took first in 3:27.93.
    WRESTLING
    Midlakes 72, Red Creek 8
    Justin Grimes won by a 7-3 decision at 170 pounds for the Screaming Eagles. Teammate Tom Mueller won by pin at 182; Jeryd Graham won by pin at 220; Nestor Naranjo won by pin at 285; Wyatt Smith won by forfeit at 99; Hammond Raes won by pin at 106; Ryan MacDonell won by forfeit at 113; Will Raes won by pin at 120; Ralph Mateo III won by forfeit at 126; Sean Peacock won by pin at 132; Derian Woodard won by forfeit at 138; Jeshuran Eldridge won by an 11-9 decision at 152; and Robert Middlebrook won by forfeit at 160.
    BOYS BOWLING
    Newark 5, Penn Yan 2
    The Reds scored 2,880 total points to the Mustangs' 2,847. Ben Zubb led Newark with a 748 series and high game of 278. Pete Fox led Penn Yan with a 652 series and high game of 235.
    Lyons 4, Red Creek 0
    Austin Busco bowled a high game of 225 and series of 599 to lead the Lions. Teammate Alex Spink bowled a 547 series and Noah Tyler bowled a 542.
    GIRLS BOWLING
    Penn Yan 5, Newark 2
    The Mustangs scored 2,271 total points to the Reds' 2,225. Brooke Parsons led Penn Yan with a 584 series. Michelle Magee led Newark with a 586 series.
    Red Creek 4, Lyons 0
    Emily Petty led the Lions with a high game of 120 and series of 330. Teammate Alexis Clark bowled a 322.
    Page 3 of 3 - MONDAY'S LATE RESULTS
    BOYS BOWLING
    Canandaigua 4, Brighton 2
    The Braves won by a total score of 1,805-1,733. Tristen Briggs led the Canandaigua boys with a 266 game and 491 series.
    GIRLS BOWLING
    Canandaigua 6, Brighton 0
    The Braves won by a total score of 1,703-1,320. Elisa Sloth led Canandaigua with a 386 series.
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