Midlakes 55, Geneva 50
Down by three points at the half, Midlakes used an 18-8 third-quarter spurt to give the Screaming Eagles a lead that they never relinquished in Friday’s home game against Geneva. Sydney Jones had a big game for Midlakes, scoring 25 points — including five 3-pointers — and offering five assists. Helping out were Alli Clements with 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Celia Cordero with 10 points. For the Panthers (6-2), Mia Morrison led the scoring with 16 points, followed by Eliza Maher with 11 points (including three 3-pointers), Erin Guinan with 8 points and Becky Smith with 7. Midlakes (6-4) travels to Mynderse Jan. 15.

Pal-Mac 62, Wayne 44
Ashley Vanderwall scored 28 points for Palmyra-Macedon at Wayne on Friday — 19 in the second half, and 15 of those in the fourth quarter — to help the Red Raiders pull away from the Eagles and stay unbeaten. Vanderwall also had five steals and four assists. Other top scorers inclded Abby Halsey, Sydney Gagliano and Courtney Ameele, who added 8 points apiece. Wayne (4-5) was led by Shyana McLeod’s 18 points, Taylor Corts’ 10 and Bailey Pratt’s 9. Pal-Mac (8-0) travels to Mercy on Jan. 13.

Newark 61, Penn Yan 51
Kenna Lauer led the Reds with 22 points in a victory Friday over host Penn Yan. Jessica Shields added 14 points to the tally. For Penn Yan, Megan Lafferty scored 15 points and hauled in 10 rebounds, also making two assists. Demi Battin added 14 points and three assists for the Mustangs, and Elizabeth Wunder scored 12 points, pulled in seven rebounds and made four blocks. Newark (2-7) hosts Waterloo Jan. 15. Penn Yan (3-6) hosts Dundee Jan. 13.

Marcus Whitman 79, Red Jacket 53
Ahead by a few baskets at the half, Marcus Whitman opened it up in the third quarter of Friday’s game against Red Jacket. Whitman’s Luke Shively scored 27 points — including four 3-pointers — and pulled in eight rebounds to help the Wildcats post a 79-53 home victory. Whitman’s Devante Evans added 11 points, and Merritt Bailey scored 10 and made six rebounds. Caleb Green made nine assists and four steals to complement his 8 points. For the Indians, Kory Fogerty scored 16 and Glenn Austin scored 10. Whitman (7-2) travels to Honeoye on Jan. 14, and Red Jacket (3-6) hosts Romulus on Jan. 16.

Geneva 72, Midlakes 44
Ray Sims led the Panthers (9-1) with 20 points and six assists en route to a home victory Friday over the Screaming Eagles. Adding 15 points each for Geneva were Steven Dolgos (including three 3-pointers) and Akia Jackson, and Terrell Johnson scored 9 points and made 10 rebounds. For Midlakes, Alex Naeye scored 10 and Mason Jones scored 9.

Naples 50, South Seneca 29
Isaiah Tilley led the Naples attack with 15 points along with five blocks, three steals, two assists and six rebounds to lift the Big Green (6-4) over the Falcons (2-8) Friday. Cullen Marrella socred 14 for South Seneca.

Wayne 53, Pal-Mac 41
Mike Hollenbeck led the Eagles (8-2) in Friday’s win over the Red Raiders. Other top Wayne scorers included Austin LaMora with 12 and Lane Howard with 10 (Howard also pulled in 10 rebounds). Trevor Wager scored 16 points and made 7 rebounds for Palmyra-Macedon (2-8).

Newark 90, Penn Yan 46
Jaymee Rosser scored 28 points and made 9 rebounds for Newark as the Reds beat the Mustangs at home Friday. Shamar Logins and Tyler Collins tossed in 10 points apiece for Newark (8-2). Ben Covert contributed 11 points for Penn Yan (5-5).

Webster-Schroeder 62, Victor 37
The Warriors (8-1) handed Victor (5-6) a home loss Friday night, beating the Blue Devils behind the offensive attack of Emmitt Holt with 22 points and Andrew Gopie with 12. Conor Powers led the Victor scoring with 12 points.

Lyons 62, North Rose-Wolcott 59 OT
The Lions edged the Cougars Friday in a close-fought battle that went into overtime. Damon Hunter scored 30 points for Lyons (8-1), followed by DJ Long with 17 and Damien Scott with 13. For North Rose-Wolcott (5-3), Chris Dean and Jake Stevenson each scored 18 points, and Dean helped the cause with 18 rebounds. Garrett Hoyt added 11 points for the Cougars.

Gananda 65, Red Creek 57
Eric Mucci and Kolby Bean each scored 13 for the Blue Panthers (6-4) and Quinn Donnelly scored 12 in their victory Friday over the Rams. For Red Creek (4-5), Jake Slobe scored 33 points and added seven rebounds and four assists.

HAC 72, Romulus 54
HAC guards Galen Everett and Nick Boyer each torched the Nets for 22 points to lead the Wolves to a convincing 72-54 win over the Warriors on Friday. “Boyer, who drained four three-pointers, was deadly from the outside while Everett’s slashing drives kept the Warriors at bay all night,” said HAC coach Paul Llotti. HAC opened the game on a 17-0 run and led 23-5 after one period. The Wolves’ Eric Tolhurst (13 points, 12 rebounds) and Amos Frye (11 points, 12 rebounds) also helped list HAC. Tim Mastellar led the Romulus scoring with 13 points, followed by Harley Anderson and Zach Reynolds with 8 apiece. HAC improves to 6-4, the most wins since the 2009-10 season.

East Rochester 61, Sodus 43
Tre’ Miller scored 20 points in the Bombers’ (8-2) win Friday over the Spartans (4-6). Imani Heath scored 10 for Sodus.

Marion 51, Williamson 48
The Marauders edged the Black Knights for a home victory Friday. Top scorers for Marion (3-6) were Preston Crego with 22, Broderick Walker with 12 and Connor Crego with 11. Leading Williamson (0-10) were Mitch Steurrys with 19 and Tom Ferland with 12.

Victor 8, Geneva/Waterloo/Romulus 0
The Blue Devils moved up to 9-3 Friday with a home shutout of Geneva/Waterloo/Romulus (0-8). Victor’s top scorers were David Farrance with three goals and Mitch Rydzynski with two. Goaltender Christian Portland recorded 12 saves. Victor will host Webster Thomas on Jan. 14.

Honeoye 7, Naples 0
Samantha Marshall bowled the top three games of the match — including a 249 in the third game — for a high series of 650 as the Bulldogs defeated the Big Green on Friday at Roseland Bowl. Katlyn Bennett rolled a 379 series, and Hailey Guffey rolled a 359 series. Logan Page led Naples with a 308 series, and Autumn Sweltz had the Big Green’s high game with 116.

Honeoye 7, Naples 0
Scott Westcott led Honeoye with a 530 high series as the Bulldogs defeated the Big Green Friday at Roseland Bowl. Nathan Brewer bowled a 530 series and had Honeoye’s high game with 186. Phil Hall led Naples with a high series of 471 and the high game of both teams with 188. Brandon Green bowled a 424 series and Bowen Woodard a 400 for the Big Green.

Red Jacket Invitational
Williamson led Friday at the end of the first day of the Red Jacket Invitational Tournament with a score of 57, followed by Dundee with 50 and Mynderse with 49.5. Host Red Jacket was 11th with 13, and Midlakes was 12th with 8.

Gananda 95, Marcus Whitman 88
In the second to last event of the night Marcus Whitman pulled within a point of Gananda, which had dominated through the night. But the Blue Panthers took the final relay to win the meet. Nick Skrotzki won the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke to lead Gananda. Teammate Evan Sixbey also had a notable meet, winning the 50 freestyle and 500 free, along with playing a part in the win in the 400 freestyle relay. The two were part of the 200 medley relay win, along with teammates Sam Cottrell and Jordan Cannan. The Marcus Whitman 200 freestyle relay team — Elijah Perot, Brennon Blodgett, Zach Dean, Matt Pollhein — won the race in 1:45:26. Individual winners for Whitman included Zach Dean in the 200 free, Alex Hoyt in diving, Matt Pollhein in the 100 free and Nathan Mayton in the 100 breaststroke. Gananda’s Nathan Miller won the 100 butterfly.

South Seneca 53, Naples 33
Bree Minges scored 16 points and Mackenzie Kenyon 12 to lead the Falcons over the Big Green on Thursday. For Naples, Kayla VandeSande led the scoring with 10 points, also pulling in four rebounds and a steal. Moriah Kunes scored 8 points and was credited with 13 rebounds and three steals, and Cassie Moore had 8 points and four rebounds. Naples is now 4-4 league and 5-4 overall.

Penn Yan 5, Geneva 2
Pete Fox and Jacob Whitford rolled series of 621 and 617, respectively, to lead the Mustangs over Geneva on Thursday at Sunset Bowl. Fox also rolled Penn Yan’s high game, at 236. Geneva made it very close, though, thanks to solid series from Mark Pitifer (674) and Evan Switzer (630) — the Panthers lost the second game by only three points after Penn Yan had posted a big win in the first game. In the third and final game, Geneva edged Penn Yan by two points. Pitifer and Switzer also bowled Geneva’s high games, with 247 and 236, respectively.

Geneva 4, Penn Yan 3
Hallie Marquart led the Panthers with a high series of 522 and high game of 188. For the Mustangs, Brooke Parsons posted the high series (505) and game (208). The third game was a tight one, with Geneva edging Penn Yan by only seven points, thanks in part to individual high games by Marquart (188) and Jennie Suchewski (164).