New coach Chuck DeTaeye leads Braves past Newark, his alma mater, in the season opener and that leads our roundup for Wednesday's area sports

Winning your first game with your new team is always special.

But for Chuck DeTaeye, Wednesday night was even more special. That’s because the new boys basketball coach at Canandaigua Academy opened his era with a 58-52 win over Newark, his alma mater.

The Braves opened quickly with a 10-0 lead before Newark found its legs and closed to within six points heading into the second quarter. The game remained close the rest of the way, and CA had a one-point lead in the final minutes before it was able to hold off Newark for the final margin down the stretch.

Scott Loforte scored 16 points to lead CA, Jack Ferris scored 12 and Connor Fisher added 10.

Taylor Clements led Newark with 17 points, which included a full-court shot at the buzzer to end the third quarter.

The Braves play next against Brockport on Friday at 5:30 p.m. at the Spencerport Tournament.

H-AC 50, Honeoye 49

Ryan Hilton’s three-point play with 1:04 left gave Harley-Allendale Columbia a 50-47 lead, but Jon Marble’s driving floater brought Honeoye to within 50-49 with 42 seconds left.

H-AC hit a 3-pointer with 10 seconds left, but it was waived off after officials ruled the shot was taken after the shot clock expired. That gave Honeoye a final possession with a chance to win, but a turnover helped the Wolves seal the win.

Xavier Israel scored a career-high 29 points for the Wolves; and Hilton had 15 points, 15 rebounds and 8 assists.

For Honeoye, Marble and Maxwell Yale each scored 16 points and Jonny Viera scored 10.

Penn Yan 50, Wayland-Cohocton 44

Desmond Battin scored 16 points and Ben Emerson added nine points for the Mustangs.

Hornell 58, Palmyra-Macedon 37

Logan Ameele led Palmyra-Macedon with 15 points and Sawyer Bloom scored seven.

Luke Smith led Hornell with 15 points.

Girls basketball

Midlakes 49, Gananda 29

Alaina Forbes scored 25 points and Macy Kisner had 12 rebounds for the Screaming Eagles. Cara Walker added 17 points for Midlakes, which grabbed 22 offensive rebounds and held Gananda to just 12 points in the second half.

Becca Reeves led Gananda with 10 points.

Girls bowling

Fairport 2, Victor 2

Lily Stonebraker bowled a 426 series with games of 147 and 145 for the Blue Devils at Empire Lanes. Jaden Warner bowled a 422 with a 160 game and Lauren Hamilton added a 412 series for Victor.

Gia Denaro bowled games of 216 and 205 in her 607 series for Fairport, which won total pinfall 2,023-1,975.

Wayne 3, Geneva 1

Hannah Elliott bowled a 139 game in her 400 series at Sunset Lanes.

For Geneva, Sara Wright bowled a 184 game in her 487 series.

Boys bowling

Fairport 3, Victor 1

Noah Robinson bowled a 728 series with games of 278 and 255 for the Blue Devils, and Keith Kolaczyk bowled a 635 series that included games of 239 and 216 at Empire Lanes. Zack Day bowled a 600 for Victor with a high game of 217.

For Fairport, Matteo Cittadino bowled a 247 game in his 663 series and Stefano Cittadino bowled a 257 game in his 650 series. The Red Raiders won total pinfall, 3,113-3,060.

Wayne 4, Geneva 0

Louis DeLella bowled games of 224 and 227 in his 652 series for Wayne at Sunset Lanes.

For Geneva, Issiah McIntyre bowled a 160 game in his 417 series.


Boys bowling

Greece Arcadia 8, Canandaigua 0

Chris Cummings led the Braves with a 189 game in his 544 series.

Girls bowling

Greece Arcadia 6, Canandaigua 2

Sara Barkley led the Braves with a 508 series which included a 199 game.