Senior's full-court shot was part of SportsCenter's Top 10, which leads off our weekly recap of area sports

There was plenty of hype about the Newark boys opening their basketball season, and the hype got even bigger after the game.

Just imagine if the Reds had won.

Canandaigua handed Newark a 58-52 loss in Canandaigua in the Wednesday night opener for both teams. But it was Taylor Clements and his full-court basket that had fans buzzing.

It also got a national audience when the shot by Clements, who grabbed a rebound then hurled his one-handed shot to end the third quarter, was part of ESPN’s SportsCenter that night as one of the Top 10 plays of the day.

Clements finished with 17 points for the Reds.

Scott Loforte scored 16 for Canandaigua, which never trailed in the game, and Jack Ferris scored 12 and Connor Fisher scored 10.

Pittsford Sutherland 58, Wayne 44


Gananda 61, Geneva 49

Girls basketball


Marcus Whitman 61, Clyde-Savannah 48 (2OT)

Tayler Sharp scored 17 points, Essence Mitchell scored 15 and Eliana Mitchell 12 for C-S.

Jordyn Chappelle led Whitman with 22 points and Emily Thompson had 16 points and 10 steals for Whitman.

Edison 53, Palmyra-Macedon 48

Dyaisha Fair led Edison with 19 points and 11 rebounds.

Brighton 55, Wayne 44

Makalah Sizer had 25 points and Miyah Sizer scored 15 points for Brighton.

Alana Kornaker scored 15 points and had 8 rebounds for Wayne, and Phyllis Reed had 10 points for Wayne. Gabby Zenelovic grabbed 13 rebounds.

Marion 51, Harley-Allendale Columbia 30

Jalen Nowden scored 22 points and Adelaide Flood scored 8 for H-AC.


Midlakes 49, Gananda 29

Becca Reeves led Gananda with 10 points and Emma Drake scored six.

For Midlakes, Alaina Forbes scored 25 points, Cara Walker scored 17 and Macy Kisner grabbed 12 rebounds.


Rochester Academy 50, Clyde-Savannah 44

Eliana Mitchell scored 13 points and Caitlin Bloomer scored 11 for the Golden Eagles.

Maia Duncan led Rochester Academy with 22 points and 10 rebounds.

Red Creek 51, Phoenix-III 43

Isabella Wilbur scored 16 points for Red Creek and Alex Mosqueda scored 12.

Palmyra-Macedon 46, Wayland-Cohocton 41

Katie Smyth scored 10 points and Andra Savage and Brandy Morrison each scored 10 for Pal-Mac.


Boys swimming

Palmyra-Macedon 114, York 65; 

Palmyra-Macedon 90, Rush-Henrietta 88

Alex Brychcy won the 100 freestyle for Palmyra-Macedon in wins over York and Rush-Henrietta in a tri-meet on Tuesday in Palmyra-Macedon.

The Red Raiders’ 200 yard freestyle relay team won as well. Eight different swimmers made sectional times for Palmyra-Macedon, including eighth-grader Jackson Bay, who qualified for sectionals for the first time.