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Wayne Post
  • HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Victor girls come back to beat East

  • Scores from Monday's high school sports.
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  • ROCHESTER — The Victor girls basketball team came back to beat East 56-49 on Monday. The Orientals led 44-41 going into the fourth quarter, but the Blue Devils started the period on a 7-0 run and executed their offense well in the final two minutes.
    "Our endurance to get up and down the floor in transition was the difference," Victor coach Blake Smith said. "Kristen Simmons and Kate Leonard were pushing the ball, and Abbie Hill and Franny Valenti filled the wings on transition offense. We were able to limit them to one-shot possessions. Liz Caggiano played tough on defensive rebounds down the stretch, and Franny hit a big three in the middle of the fourth."
    Valenti tallied 19 points, eight rebounds and four steals, Hill added 14 points and seven rebounds, Simmons added 11 points and four assists, and Kate Leonard added eight points and nine rebounds.
    The Blue Devils (6-4) host Fairport on Jan. 14.
    In other girls basketball action:
    BOYS BASKETBALL
    Victor 65, Monroe 58
    Conor Powers scored a game-high 27 points to help the Blue Devils improve to 5-5 on the season. Teammate Luke Bleier scored 15 points, and Luis Rivera scored nine.
    HAC 64, Webster Christian 55
    Forward Eric Tolhurst and guard Galen Everett provided an inside-outside punch to pace the Wolves. Tolhurst scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, while Everett netted 18 points and dished out four assists in the win. The Wolves (5-3) dominated inside with 41 total rebounds. After falling behind after the first quarter, 18-12, the Wolves ratcheted up the defensive pressure while pounding the ball inside to turn the deficit into a 54-38 lead after three quarters.
    BOYS BOWLING
    Honeoye 7, South Seneca/Romulus 0
    The Bulldogs knocked down 1,997 pins to the Falcons' 1,669 on Monday. Nathan Brewer rolled the high game (181) and series (491) for Honeoye, teammate Josh Weid bowled a 407, and Scott Westcott bowled a 397.
    Dundee 7, Bloomfield 0
    The Scotsmen knocked down 2,516 pins and the Bombers, who only had four bowlers, knocked down 2,130. Chris Wollschleger led Bloomfield with a 666 series, including a high game of 265. Teammate Tyler Hitchcock bowled a 213 game and Tommy Rowlinson bowled two 208 games.
    Webster Schroeder 6, Victor 0
    Scott Stephenson bowled the high game (237) and series (441) for the Blue Devils. Teammate Noah Robinson bowled a 440 series, including a high game of 223, and Zach Day bowled a 389.
    GIRLS BOWLING
    Honeoye 7, South Seneca/Romulus 0
    The Bulldogs knocked down 1,791 pins to the Falcons' 1,582. Samantha Marshall bowled the high game (215) and series (562) for Honeoye, and teammate Katlyn Bennett bowled a 359.
    Bloomfield 7, Dundee 0
    Page 2 of 3 - The Bombers knocked down 2,279 pins to the Scotsmen's 1,731. Rayissa Amon led Bloomfield with a 627 series, and Courtney Hurlburt had the team's high game (233) with a series of 576.
    Webster Schroeder 6, Victor 0
    Dominique Newton bowled the high game (233) and series (445) for the Blue Devils, teammate Alyson Przepiora bowled a high game of 200, and Catie Tobin bowled a 170.
    SATURDAY
    WRESTLING
    Midlakes Duals
    Midlakes 60, Batavia 27
    Midlakes 54, South Seneca 16
    Midlakes 57, Pal-Mac 22
    Midlakes 75, Marcus Whitman 12
    Midlakes 78, Waterloo 6
    The Screaming Eagles won their own duals tournament on Saturday. Midlakes' Ralph Mateo pinned Pal-Mac's Alec Ludolph in 1:26 at 126 pounds, teammate Sean Peacock pinned Jake Allen in 1:24 at 132, Jeshuran Eldridge pinned Andrew Kujawski in 33 seconds at 138, Justin Grimes pinned Andrew Hamilton in 3:16 at 170, Nestor Naranjo pinned Anthony Prince in 5:31 at 285, and Hammond Raes won a decision over Chris Toomey. Pal-Mac's Max Lloyd pinned Midlakes' Robert Middlebrook in 1:34 at 160, Todd Brockhuizen pinned Grant Young in 1:05 at 195, Kyle Elmer won a major decision over Wyatt Smith at 99, Adam West won a decision over Ryan MacDonell, and Emerson Block won a decision over Will Raes. Midlakes' Will Raes pinned Marcus Whitman's Hunter Orbaker in 1:14 at 120, Derian Woodard pinned Mia Smith in 41 seconds at 145, John Beikirch pinned Jordan Trank in 1:00 at 152, Middlebrook pinned Carl Laursen in 2:30 at 160, Tom Mueller pinned William Frechette in 4:30 at 182, Jeryd Graham pinned Jacob Ordiway in 4:32 at 195, Wyatt Smith won a decision over John Chappelle at 99, and Hammond Raes pinned Katlin Wells in 34 seconds at 106. Marcus Whitman's Mitchel Robarge pinned Midlakes' Justin Grimes in 5:57 at 170, and teammate Jacob Lyons pinned Grant Young in 43 seconds.
    BOYS SKIING
    Bristol Mountain slalom race 1
    The Victor boys edged Pittsford Mendon by a tiebreaker to win the first race of the season. Ryan Fries led the Blue Devils with a fifth-place finish in 42.29, teammate Gunny Webber finished seventh (42.31) and Sutton Boland finished 13th (44.34). Canandaigua finished seventh as a team. The Braves' Peter Sarkis finished 10th (44.02), and Robert Park finished 32nd (49.8).
    Bristol Mountain slalom race 2
    The Victor boys won the second race by 20 points. Blue Devil Joe Carrier finished second (37.32), teammate Gunny Webber finished fourth (38.27), and Ryan Fries finished 10th (40.01). Canandaigua finished in eighth place. Peter Sarkis finished seventh (38.92), and Robert Park finished 22nd (43.15).
    GIRLS SKIING
    Bristol Mountain slalom race 1
    The Victor girls edged Canandaigua by a point to win the first race of the season. Maddy Haggerty led the Blue Devils with a first-place finish in 43.81, teammate Alli DiGiacomo finished ninth (46.23) and Lucy Haggerty finished 14th (49.14). Leah Norris led the Braves with a third-place finish (43.65), KG Norris finished fifth (44.24), and Taylor Duncan finished 20th (53.04).
    Page 3 of 3 - Bristol Mountain slalom race 2
    The Victor girls held off Canandaigua, winning by three points in the second race. Maddy Haggerty finished fourth (40.08) for the Blue Devils, Alli DiGiacomo finished seventh (41.12) and Katie Carrier finished 12th (43.37). Leah Norris finished third (39.5) for the Braves, teammate KG Norris finished fifth (40.18) and Morgan Szczepkowski finished 18th (47.17).
    BOYS BASKETBALL
    Canandaigua Tournament
    Victor 70, Greece Olympia 57
    Luis Rivera led the Blue Devils (4-5) with 20 points in the consolation game of the tournament. Teammate Luke Bleier scored 18, Grant Hildman scored 14 and Conor Powers scored 10.
    Red Creek 60, Marion 29
    The Black Knights fell to 1-6 on the season.
    CORRECTION
    Victor's Christian Johnson took second in the shot put at the Rochester Winter Track League meet at RIT on Saturday. He also set a school record with a throw of 50 feet, 8.5 inches.
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