Reds beat Red Raiders in first installment of Route 31 Rivarly, which leads off our weekly recap of local sports
The first installment of the Route 31 Rivalry for 2017 goes to Newark.
The Reds got the best of the Red Raiders on Tuesday night when they beat Palmyra-Macedon 69-46 in boys basketball.
Jayden Peters 16 points and Terry Anglin added 15 points and nine rebounds for the Reds. Taylor Clements contributed 12 points and nine rebounds for Newark.
Sawyer Bloom led Palmyra-Macedon with 19 points and Logan Ameele added 13.
Round 2 of the annual rivalry between these Finger Lakes East schools is Jan. 30 at Pal-Mac.
Naples 88, Palmyra-Macedon 88
Whalen Jensen won the 200 freestyle with a time of 1:58.85 and won the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:00.55 for Naples in their tie with Palmyra-Macedon on Thursday at Palmyra.
For the Red Raiders, Zach Moyer won the 50 freestyle with a time of 25.24, Andon Fedor won the diving competition with a score of 166.05, Mitch Stopp won the 100 butterfly with a time of 1:06.43, Alex Brychcy won the 100 freestyle with a time of 56.90, and Jackson Bay won the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:46.33 as well. Fedor’s win was his first ever win on the varsity team.
Gananda 94, Midlakes 81
David Alwardt won the 200 freestyle with a time of 2:05.45 and won the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:34.73 for Midlakes in their loss to Gananda on Thursday at Gananda.
Also for the Screaming Eagles, Ben Clements won the 200 IM with a time of 2:24.44, and won the 100 butterfly with a time of 1:07.20, Cory Richardson won the 50 freestyle with a time of 24.90 and won the 100 freestyle with a time of 55.92.
Midlakes’ 200 freestyle relay team of Andrew Schoenfelder, Richardson, Clements, and Alwardt won with a time of 1:44.98, and Midlakes’ 400 freestyle relay team of Richardson, Clements, Schoenfelder, and Alwardt won with a time of 3:59.12.
The Screaming Eagles will next swim on Jan. 4 at home against Palmyra-Macedon at 4:30 p.m.
Marcus Whitman 105, Newark 80
Kyle Cooper won the 50 freestyle with a time of 23.35 and won the 100 butterfly with a time of 56.33 for Marcus Whitman in their win over Newark on Thursday at Marcus Whitman.
Also for the Wildcats, Zach Dean won the 200 IM with a time of 2:16.05 and won the 100 freestyle with a time of 52.05, Eric Manzler won the diving competition with a score of 167.55, and Alex Lyons won the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:18.26 as well.
Marcus Whitman’s 200 freestyle relay team of Dean, Brandon McDonald, Jackson Snaith, and Cooper won with a time of 1:39.29, and Marcus Whitman’s 400 freestyle relay team of Dean, McDonald, Snaith, and Cooper won with a time of 3:42.01 as well.
The Wildcats will next swim on Jan. 9 at home against Gananda.
Palmyra-Macedon 48, Red Creek 30
At 99 pounds, Jace Schafer of Palmyra-Macedon defeated Brian Sharkey of Red Creek by a fall at 1:18.
At 106 pounds, Alex Beikirch of Palmyra-Macedon won via forfeit. At 113 pounds, Dominic Affronti of Palmyra-Macedon defeated Kobie Bracy of Red Creek by a fall at 1:15.
At 120 pounds, Kyle Elmer of Palmyra-Macedon defeated Sorawat Suebsorezkul of Red Creek by a fall at 0:21. At 126 pounds, Kaleb Burgess of Palmyra-Macedon defeated Halston McIntyre of Red Creek by a fall at 1:50.
At 138 pounds, Zach Affronti of Palmyra-Macedon defeated Joshua Searle of Red Creek by a fall at 1:17. At 145 pounds, Cale Bartosch of Palmyra-Macedon defeated Seth Arquitt of Red Creek by a 8-5 decision.
At 160 pounds, Devin Brongo of Palmyra-Macedon defeated Ethan Humbert of Red Creek by a 4-1 decision. At 170 pounds, Zach Farver of Palmyra-Macedon defeated Matthew Stanley of Redc Creek by a 8-4 decision.
At 285 pounds, Josh Shafer of Palmyra-Macedon defeated Evan Stone of Red Creek by a 9-8 decision.
Gananda 55, North Rose-Wolcott 34
Cassie Prinsen and Brianna Trotta each scored 12 points for Gananda, and Trotta grabbed 11 rebounds.
Emma Drake added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Blue Panthers.
Midlakes 59, Marcus Whitman 32
Alaina Forbes scored 26 points and grabbed eight rebounds for Midalkes, and Cara Walker had 10 points and eight rebounds.
Red Creek 84, Williamson 60
Isabella Wilbur led Red Creek with 32 points, 7 assists, 6 rebounds and 5 steals. Alex Mosqueda added 25 points, 6 steals and 5 assists.
Marion 48, East Rochester 31
Regina Quinones had 10 points and Samantha Lewis scored six points for the Black Knights.
Midlakes 59, Geneva 52
The top offensive performers for Midlakes were Bryce Burri, who tallied 22 points and five assists, and Trevor VanNostrand, who scored 20 points.
Red Jacket 65, Dundee 45
Spencer Jacobs scored a career-high 21 points for Red Jacket (3-4) in their win over Dundee (2-3) on Tuesday at Red Jacket.
Marcus Whitman 63, Red Creek 35
Riley McLoud had 20 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists for Whitman, and Seth Benedict had 13 points and five assists. Jon Donovan scored 11 points.
Eastridge 99, Palmyra-Macedon 84
Alex Brychcy won the diving competition with a score of 206.24 for Palmyra-Macedon (2-3) in their loss to Eastridge (3-0) on Tuesday at Eastridge.
East Rochester 76, Lyons 64
Matt Cicero had 22 points for East Rochester and David Warren had 10 rebounds and five points.
Justice Smith scored 22 points for Lyons.
Sodus 58, North Rose-Wolcott 36
East Rochester 76, Lyons 64
Clyde-Savannah 79, Williamson 38
Palmyra-Macedon 63, Newark 38
Katie Smyth scored 22 points and Andra Savage had 14 points and 13 rebounds for Pal-Mac.
Jamie Walker added 10 points and seven assists for the Red Raiders, and Jada Wright led Newark with nine points.
Midlakes 51, Geneva 35
Alaina Forbes scored 16 points and had three steals for Midlakes and Macy Kisner had 14 points and three rebounds. Also for the Screaming Eagles, Cara Walker had seven points and nine rebounds.
Penn Yan 66, Wayne 60
Adrianna Behrendt led Wayne with 19 points and four rebounds, and Phyllis Reed had 11 points.
Alexa Glanzel had 10 points and four rebounds for Wayne.
Sydney Bloom led Penn Yan with 25 points and four rebounds while Peyton Comfort grabbed 17 rebounds.
Clyde-Savannah 66, East Rochester 63
Marcus Chance scored 26 points for Clyde-Savannah and John Lexter scored 18 for East Rochester.
Gananda 77, North Rose-Wolcott 47