SHORTSVILLE — The Red Jacket girls got out to an early lead over Marcus Whitman and never let up, defeating the Wildcats 79-29 on Thursday.
Trista Hawke led the Indians’ offense, contributing 19 points and pulling in five steals. Carlye Capron scored 17 points and made five rebounds. Corinna Capron made 16 points, and Emily Hotchkiss added 12. It was a good night for Corinna and Hotchkiss at the free-throw line, with Corinna going 8 for 8 and Hotchkiss making 5 of 6.
Danielle Brown led the Whitman scoring with 10 points, followed by Bailey Allen with 7 and Sydne Evans with 6.
Whitman (0-9) next hosts Honeoye on Jan. 15, while Red Jacket (4-7) will travel to Romulus on Jan. 17.
In other girls basketball action:

Romulus 66, HAC 60
Leading HAC at the half 41-29, The Romulus Warriors were able to hold off an HAC second-half surge — which brought the Wolves to only a 6-point deficit at the finish — to stay unbeaten at 10-0. Abby O’Keefe led HAC (6-3) with 24 points and 9 assists, while Jenny Scudder contributed 19 points and 12 rebounds. Romulus’ top scorers included Breana Berlin with 17 points, Jenny Tompkins with 14, and Jessica Rhone and Zoe McDonald, both with 13. HAC next travels to Bloomfield on Jan. 13, and Romulus will host Dundee on Jan. 15.

South Seneca 53, Naples 33
No further information was reported. Naples is scheduled to host Dundee on Jan. 11.

Lyons 60, Sodus 44
No further information was reported. Lyons will travel to Gananda Jan. 15; Sodus will host Marion Jan. 13.

Pal-Mac 106, Eastridge 75
The Red Raiders (7-0) remained unbeaten Thursday after swimming to a 106-75 victory over Eastridge (1-4) Thursday, sweeping the top three spots in 50 freestyle, 100 free and 200 medley relay. Pal-Mac individual first-place winners included Gage Geldorf, winning the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:24.26; Zack Tessier, 50 freestyle (25.71); Jack DeMeyers, 100 butterfly (1:04.71); Luke Nau, 100 free (1:01.48); Jack Cook, 100 backstroke (1:09.72); and Bradley Green, 100 breaststroke (1:12.53).

Geneva 98, Midlakes 76
The Panthers got out to a strong lead in the early races and held on to it through Thursday’s meet, defeating the Screaming Eagles 98-76. Individual first-place finishers for Geneva included Jacob Ritter in the 200 freestyle (2:01.58); Benjamin Aliperti in the 200 individual medley (2:26.43) and 100 breaststroke (1:16.86); Jacob Ritter in the 100 butterfly (1:00.02); Jacob Chilbert in the 100 backstroke (1:10.86). For Midlakes, Ryan Brophy contributed two first-place finishes, in the 50 free (23.93) and 100 free (54.67), while Ryan DeWeaver won the 500 free (5:59.26. Midlakes (2-3) is to host Palmyra-Macedon on Jan. 14.

Red Jacket 30, East 24
With the match tied going into the 138-pound weight class, Mike Blair recorded a pin to secure the Indians’ fourth dual team win of the year. Other Red Jacket winners included Matt Colotti at 152, by pin; Dylan Briggs at 160, by pin; and Andrew Ogrodowski at 220, by pin. Red Jacket hosts the Red Jacket Invitational this weekend.

Pal-Mac 50, Geneva 26
No further information was reported.

Mynderse 5, Waterloo 2
The Blue Devils’ Chris Plate bowled a high series of 666 and a high game of 258 to lead Mynderse to victory over the Indians. Also posting impressive series for Mynderse were Austin Kelly with 589 and Kyle Comstock with 578. For Waterloo, Thomas Moracco had the high series (614) and game (225), followed closely by Patrick Lee (598 series, 223 game).

Waterloo 7, Mynderse 0
Jacqueline Fenik led Waterloo with the high series of 509 as the Indians beat the Blue Devils on Thursday. Waterloo teammate Gabrielle Smith was close behind her with a 483 series, plus the Indians’ high game of 176. Danielle Nageldinger rolled Mynderse’s high series (452) and game (167), closely followed by Carrie Roth (436 series, 166 game).

Canandaigua 6, Greece Odyssey 0
Elisa Sloth led the Braves to a victory over the Leopards on Wednesday, with a 257 high game and 452 series.

Greece Odyssey 6, Canandaigua 0
Brian Bray led the Braves with a 404 series in a loss to the Leopards on Wednesday.

The Naples boys varsity alpine ski team finished second in a meet at Brantling on Wednesday. Brendan DeClerck led the boys with an eighth place overall finish with a time of 1:01.73.
The Naples girls varsity alpine ski team finished fourth at the meet. Brenna Kunzler led the girls with a ninth overall finish with a time of 1:11:99.