HONEOYE — Red Jacket’s Nathan Jennings scored 19 points Wednesday to lead the Indians to a 67-38 victory over the Honeoye Bulldogs. Red Jacket teammates Bryce Guerrie and Glenn Austin contributed nine points each to the Indians’ win, with Austin hauling in 11 rebounds.

Tanner Gladding led the Bulldogs’ offense with 14 points, going 8 for 12 at the free throw line. Justin Kraft, Dylan Wohlschlegel and Jon Marble each contributed five points.

Red Jacket (4-5) will travel to face Marcus Whitman on Jan. 10, while Honeoye (1-7) will play at Bloomfield on Jan. 11.

In other boys basketball action:

Marcus Whitman 57, South Seneca 45

Luke Shively led Marcus Whitman (6-2) with 26 points and eight rebounds in a victory over the Falcons (2-7). Merritt Bailey added seven points for the Wildcats while contributing 13 rebounds and three steals. Whitman’s Caleb Green was credited with five steals and seven assists.

Bloomfield 65, HAC 48

Alex Flattery scored 12 points and Haiden Ward 11 to pace Bloomfield (7-2) to a convincing 65-48 victory over HAC (5-4) on Wednesday night. Bloomfield used a balanced scoring attack in the third quarter to blow open a close game in the Finger Lakes West game. HAC (5-4) led after the first period 14-11 and only trailed by 30-24 at halftime, but Austin Ferguson and Ty Clauss each scored 6 points in the third as the Bombers rolled at a 54-33 lead after three. Amos Frye led HAC with a double-double 10 points and 10 rebounds, while leading scorer Eric Tolhurst was held to 7 points and 11 rebounds.

Dundee 57, Naples 36

Dundee (9-1) was led by Justin Brace with 17 points, Cole Hartman with 12 and Andrew Clark with 10. Andrew Fleischman led the Big Green (5-4) with 14 points.

Bath 76, Penn Yan 43

The Rams took an early lead over Penn Yan and held onto it, outshooting the Mustangs in the first three quarters and nearly pacing them in the fourth on the way to a 76-43 victory. Ryan Ross led the Rams with 27 points, followed by Connor Oksinski with 19 (including five three-pointers). Jake Covert led Penn Yan with 12 points (including three three-pointers), followed by Bradley Voigt with 11.

Lyons 58, Gananda 52

The Lions (6-1) outscored the Blue Panthers (5-4) 23-15 in the fourth quarter to give Lyons the win. Damon Hunter led the Lions with 21 points, with the help of DJ Long (13 points, 13 rebounds) and Damien Scott (13 points, 5 assists). Brad Doway led Gananda with 18 points.

Clyde-Savannah 76, Marion 40

Kam DiSanto led the Golden Eagles (10-0) with 20 points and seven rebounds in a win over Marion (2-7) on Wednesday. Other top scorers for Clyde-Savannah were Jarrod Faniel with 14 points and Joe Faniel with 13. Marion was led by Connor Crego with 14 points (including four three-pointers) and Preston Crego with 12.

East Rochester, 48, North Rose-Wolcott 47

The Bombers (6-2) edged out a victory over the Cougars (5-2) Wednesday, led by Phinehas Jacques with 14 points, Justin Reho with 13 and Tre’ Miller with 9. Jake Stevenson contributed 20 points for North Rose-Wolcott, and Chris Dean added 15.


Midlakes 51, Livonia 48

A close battle Wednesday came down to the final minutes of the fourth quarter, when Midlakes came back from behind to secure a 51-48 victory over the Bulldogs. With the Screaming Eagles down by 4 with 90 seconds left, Alli Clements hit a three-pointer to bring Midlakes to 1 point back, and Emily Vanderhoof got the ball back with about a minute left. Katie Dejonge put in a 10-foot jumper to put the Screaming Eagles in the lead, solidified by another Clements basket. Leading Midlakes scorers overall was Sydney Jones, with 23 points, followed by Clements with 14. Midlakes (5-4) next hosts Geneva on Friday, Jan. 10.

Red Jacket 71, Honeoye 33

The Indians rocketed out to an early lead over the Bulldogs Wednesday — up 40-5 at the half — and held onto it. Emily Hotchkiss led Red Jacket with 19 points, along with 10 rebounds and four steals. Corinna Capron scored 16 points and pulled in 16 rebounds; Trista Hawke scored 15 points and made six steals; and Carlye Capron added 13 points (including three 3-pointers). Amanda McKenzie led the Bulldog scoring with 11 points, along with Katie Stevens’ 9 and Rachel Snyder’s 8.


South Seneca 81, Red Jacket 6

A number of Red Jacket forfeits helped the Falcons take the victory Wednesday. The Indians’ sole winner of the meet was Andrew Ogrodowski, who won the 195 weight class by fall.


Newark 93, Gananda 88

Newark and Gananda kept things close and exciting all the way to the end Wednesday. Going into the last relay, the 400 free, Newark was up by three points, then coming away with a five-point win in the relay. Newark’s 200 free relay and 400 free replay both broke Gananda pool records. Both teams are now 3-3.

For Newark, Tyler Allen placed first in the 200 freestyle with 2:02.40; Kyle Power won the 100 freestyle with 53.19; and Ryan Kreuser won the 100 backstroke with 1:04.68. The three, along with Jarrod Roeland, placed first in the 400 freestyle relay with 3:40.82 and in the 200 free relay with 1:40.01. For Gananda, Evan Sixbey was a double individual event winner, winning the 50 freestyle with 23.38 and the 500 freestyle with 5:23.01. Nick Skrotzki took first in the 200 individual medley with 2:22.04; Chance Edmonds took a first place in diving with 141.75; Nathan Miller finished first in the 100 butterfly with 1:08.86; and Sam Cottrell won the 100 breaststroke with 1.13.49. Skrotzki, Cottrell, Sixbey and Jordan Cannan finished first in the 200 medley relay with 1:58.33.



Pal-Mac 113, Sodus-Williamson 68

Palmyra-Macedon (6-0) won its sixth straight dual meet with a 113-68 victory over Sodus-Williamson (3-4) in the first Finger Lakes League Division 1 meet on Tuesday night. It was a special night for all five of the Red Raiders’ individual winners walked away from the meet with their first-ever varsity win: Ben Cook in the 100 breaststroke with 1:21.73; Zack Tessier in the 100 free with 57.12; Andrew Callaghan in the 200 individual medley with 2:37.17; Justin Roof in the 200 free with 2:09.43; and Deion Porey in the 100 backstroke with 1:16.00.