The Big Green picked up a Finger Lakes West League win on Tuesday and more high school results.
PITTSFORD — The Naples boys basketball team held off Harley-Allendale Columbia's comeback attempt on Tuesday to post a 56-53 win in a Finger Lakes West League match-up.
The Wolves missed a last-second 3-pointer that would've tied the game.
The Big Green led 19-7 after the first quarter and 34-21 at halftime. The Wolves fought back in the second half and pulled within a point with 1:47 to play on a jumpshot by Eric Tolhurst. However, Naples' Isaiah Tilley answered with a layup. HAC missed a 3-pointer with seven seconds left and missed a free throw in a one-and-one situation, and Naples' frantic man-to-man defense forced a missed 3-pointer at the buzzer.
Tilley and Noah Gorton both scored 17 points for the Big Green, who improve to 7-4.
Tolhurst finished with 17 points, 15 rebounds and three assists for the Wolves (6-5) and teammate Bryan Wang scored 10.
In other boys basketball action:
Bloomfield 63, South Seneca 25
Austin Ferguson scored 11 points to lead the Bombers (9-2). Teammates Alex Flattery and Haiden Ward both scored 10. Bloomfield led 22-5 after the first quarter.
Marcus Whitman 82, Honeoye 43
The Wildcats had six players reach double figures in their win on Tuesday. Lucas Tomion led Whitman with 14, Rhen Grover scored 13, Caleb Green scored 12, Luke Shively scored 11 and both Merritt Bailey and Sean Bagley scored 10. Eighth grader Jon Marble led Honeoye with 18 points, and teammate Justin Kraft scored 10.
Mynderse 77, Midlakes 66
The Blue Devils jumped out to a 41-31 lead and held off the host Screaming Eagles. Devin Verkey led Mynderse with 25 points and teammate Luke Ruddy scored 17. Mason Jones led Midlakes with 29 points, Jake Kemp scored 13 and Coby Maslyn scored eight.
Newark 80, Waterloo 46
Shamar Logins scored 14 points to lead the Reds (9-2), teammate Micah Wright scored 13 and RonDerrick Morris scored 11.
Wayne 56, Penn Yan 53
Michael Hollenbeck scored 18 points to lead the Eagles, and teammate George West scored 14.
North Rose-Wolcott 78, Marion 34
Chris Dean led the Cougars (6-3) with 22 points. Preston Crego scored 16 for the Black Knights (2-7).
Clyde-Savannah 69, Williamson 37
Kam DiSanto led the Golden Eagles (11-0) with 20 points; teammate Joemaine Bogan scored 18; Joe Faniel scored 12; and Michael Turner added 10 points, eight rebounds and four steals.
Geneva 62, Pal-Mac 48
Ray Sims led the Panthers (10-1) with 19 points, and teammate Akia Jackson scored 14. Trevor Wager led the Red Raiders (2-9) with 22 points and eight rebounds, and teammates Stephen Morrell and Jonathan VanKouwenberg both scored 10.
East Rochester 68, Lyons 67
Justin Reho scored 17 points and Kendrick Watson scored a career-high 16 points to lead the Bombers (9-2). Damon Hunter paced the Lions (8-2) with 26 points and six assists, and DJ Long scored 20.
Gananda 55, Sodus 52
The Blue Panthers improved to 7-4 with the win.
Fairport 47, Victor 38
The Red Raiders led 30-27 going into the fourth quarter before pulling away. Franny Valenti and Abbie Hill both scored 11 points to lead the Blue Devils (6-5). Valenti also recorded seven rebounds and four steals, and Kate Leonard added five rebounds and four assists.
Pittsford Sutherland 60, Canandaigua 43
The Knights led 38-30 going into the fourth quarter, and the Braves cut the deficit to five points. However, Liz Greendyke led Sutherland to a 22-point quarter with 12 of her 21 points coming in the fourth. Mara Sindoni led Canandaigua (2-9) with 15 points and six rebounds, and teammate Michelle Broderick chipped in 12 points, including four 3-pointers.
Victor 3, Webster Thomas 2
The Blue Devils came back from a 2-0 deficit to pick up a win on Tuesday. Alec Vent and Alex Pulici both scored in the first period for the Titans, and Victor's David Farrance scored off a pass from RJ Miller with 15 seconds left in the period. Blue Devil Kyle Pooler tied the game off an assist from Farrance with 1:23 left in regulation. Farrance then scored a power-play goal to win the game with one second left. Pooler and Kevin O'Brien assisted on the decisive goal, and Christian Portland made 28 saves in net for Victor (10-3).
Canandaigua 98, Eastridge 70
Scott Richardson won the 200 free in 2:06.22 for the Braves (5-2), teammate Alex Baker won the 50 free (25.59), Nick Beach won diving (179.80), James McMath won the 100 butterfly (1:03.13), Nathan Barott won the 100 free (59.29), and Nate Raw won the 500 free (5:31.53).
Victor 111, Honeoye Falls-Lima 64
Luke Shanahan (50 free/23.57 and 100 free/51.35) and Paul LaRue (100 butterfly/58.5 and 100 backstroke/1:01.42) were both double winners for the Blue Devils. Teammate Tyler Alden won the 100 breaststroke (1:09.45).
Marcus Whitman 139, Clyde Savannah 39
The Wildcats took first place in every event on Tuesday. Both Zach Dean (200 free/2:09.13 and 500 free/5:41.33) and Matt Pollhein (50 free/24.52 and 100 free/54.66) were double-event winners for Marcus Whitman. Teammate Gabriel Stash won the 200 IM (2:33.24), Alex Hoyt won diving (166.75), Brennon Blodgett won the 100 butterfly (1:09.22), Tyler Schwarz won the 100 backstroke (1:07.92), and Nathan Mayton won the 100 breaststroke (1:15.76).
Pal-Mac 109, Midlakes 67
Justin Roof won the 200 free for the Red Raiders in 2:09.88, teammate Zach Russell won the 200 IM (2:15.4), Nick Thomas won the 100 butterfly (1:07.47), Jack Cook won the 100 backstroke (1:08.81) and Gage Geldorf won the 100 breaststroke (1:17.55). Midlakes' Ryan Brophy won the 50 free (24.12) and 100 free (54.92), teammate Jon Sitter won diving (140.2), and Ryan DeWeaver won the 500 free (5:50.78).
Gananda 91, North Rose-Wolcott 76
Evan Sixbey (200 free/1:59.00 and 500 free/5:37.58) and Jordan Cannan (50 free/25.04 and 100 free/56.82) were both double-event winners for the Blue Panthers. Teammate Maclaine Conner won the 200 IM (2:27.51), Chance Edmonds won diving (120.55), and Ryan MacDowell won the 100 butterfly (1:05.21).
Red Creek 48, Red Jacket 8
The Indians' Andrew Ogrodowski won his match against Elesar Thompson by technical fall, 18-3, at 195 pounds on Tuesday. Teammate Mike Blair won an 8-2 decision over William Page at 138.
MONDAY'S LATE RESULTS
Bloomfield 7, Naples 0
The Bombers defeated the Big Green by a total score of 2,471-2,086. Chris Wollschleger led Bloomfield with a 626 series, teammate Dylan Mott bowled a 542 and Tyler Hitchcock bowled a 525. Hendrik Huber led Naples with a 472 series, and teammate Phil Hall bowled a 460.
Victor 6, Penfield 0
The Blue Devils won by a total score of 1,662-1,273. Charlie Ippolito bowled the high game (210) and series (379) for Victor. Teammate Scott Stephenson bowled a 373, and Ryan Foster bowled a 340.
Bloomfield 7, Naples 0
The Bombers defeated the Big Green by a total score of 2,384-569. Rayissa Amon led Bloomfield with a 628 series, and teammate Courtney Hurlburt added a 621 series. Logan Page led Naples with a 327 series.
Penfield 4, Victor 2
The Patriots edged the Blue Devils by a total score of 1,579-1,516 on Monday. Dominique Newton and teammate Alyson Przepiora both bowled series of 376 for Victor, and Catie Tobin bowled a 315.
Sodus 50, Marion 47
Alexis Jackson recorded 27 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Spartans. Bryannah Delyser and Katie Delaney both scored 11 points for the Black Knights (3-8).