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  • High School Roundup: Pal-Mac girls take second at Rochester Relays

  • Get a recap of Friday and Saturday's high school sports action as the Geneva boys basketball team defeats Mynderse to remain undefeated at 12-0.

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  • The Palmyra-Macedon girls indoor track team finished second to Batavia in the Class C and D competition of the Rochester Relays Saturday at RIT.
    Batavia was first with 90.01 points, Pal-Mac was second with 84.51 and Wayland-Cohocton was third with 45.01. Marion was fourth, Williamson was fifth, Bath-Haverling was sixth and Marcus Whitman was seventh.
    Pal-Mac’s Allison Phillips (7.70) and Leah May (7.86) took first and second in the 55-meter dash. Teammate Olivia Harbol won the race walk (7:40.07) The Red Raiders won the 800 relay (1:53.31) and placed second in the 1,600 relay (4:16.36). Marion’s Samantha VanGee won the 3,000 (11:26), teammate Kaylyn Whitney took second in the race walk (8:12.61) and Mackenzie Sturtz won the high jump and took fifth in the triple jump (30-10). Marcus Whitman’s Janelle Lightfoote placed fourth in the high jump (4-10) and sixth in the triple jump (30-2) and Alex Turner took fourth in the triple jump (30-10.5). Aquinas’ 3200 relay took second (8:45.95). Honeoye’s Kristen Shaughnessy took fifth in the pole vault (7 feet). Newark’s Kendra Bush finished second in the shot put (36-6.5). Midlakes’ MacKenzie Hoven took fifth in the shot put (31-2.5) and Kori Hughes finished sixth in the long jump (15-3).
    On the boys side of Class C and D, Aquinas took first with a score of 97.03. Batavia was second with a score of 92.99. Williamson was third, Pal-Mac was fourth, Charlotte was fifth, LeRoy was sixth, Waterloo was seventh and Newark was eighth.
    Aquinas’ Alonzo Turney won the 55-meter dash (6.74) and took second in the long jump (21 feet). The L’il Irish won the 800 relay (1:35.75). Lyons took second in the 800 relay (1:41.4). Pal-Mac took second in the 1,608 relay. Marion’s Ian Gillens placed second in the shot put (46 feet, 9 inches).
    CLASSES A AND B
    The Greece Olympia boys won the Class A and B competition of the Rochester Relays with 67.99 points. Rush-Henrietta was second (67.51), Fairport was third, Greece Athena was fourth, McQuaid was fifth, Gates-Chili was sixth, Webster Schroeder was seventh, and Victor was eighth.
    Canandaigua’s Sam Harding won the pole vault (13-6). Victor’s Christian Johnson won the shot put (44-6). Pittsford Sutherland’s Colby Bleier won the 55 hurdles in 8.09. Greece Athena’s Keith Pease won the 3,200 (9:43), the school’s 800 relay took first (1:33.65) and the 1600 relay took first (3:35.79). Greece Olympia’s Carnell Noble won the 55 (6.52), Desmond Mobley won the high jump (6-6) and long jump (23-1.75), Craig Hardgers won the triple jump (44-7.25), and the school’s 1608 relay took first (3:27.91). Rush-Henrietta’s 3200 relay took first (8:20.29). Fairport’s Jake Scott won the 1,600 (4:36.82).
    The Rush-Henrietta girls took first place with 80.02 points. Hilton was second, Penfield was third, Canandaigua was fourth, Mercy was fifth, Webster Schroeder was sixth, Edison Tech was seventh, and Fairport was eighth.
    Canandaigua’s Christine Lyttle won the 55 hurdles (8.56). Rush-Henrietta’s Siobhan Quinn won the 3,000 (10:14.96), the school’s 1600 relay took first (4:17.5), and the school’s 3200 relay took first (9:40.9). Mercy’s Kierra Carter won the shot put (34-10.5) and the school’s 1608 relay took first (4:02.16). Pittsford Sutherland’s 800 relay took first (1:51.34). Penfield’s Melissa Tylock took first in the race walk (7:31.3). West Irondequoit’s Georgia Tuttle won the 1,500 (4:56.05). Fairport’s Amanda Burkey won the high jump (5-4). Hilton’s Zoe Camillaci won the pole vault (10-6).
    Page 2 of 8 - GIRLS BASKETBALL
    Midlakes 63,
    School of the Arts 27
    Sydney Jones drained four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points to lead the Screaming Eagles (8-5). Dominique Burri and Celia Cordero added points 10 points apiece, Emily Vanderhoof scored eight, Allison Maloney scored seven and Sarah Sheppard chipped in five points and four assists.
    Tamia Jones scored 11 points to lead SOTA.
    FRIDAY’S RESULTS
    BOYS BASKETBALL
    Geneva 64,
    Mynderse 42
    The Geneva boys basketball team remained undefeated at 12-0 with a 64-42 win over Mynderse on Friday.
    Terrell Johnson amassed 11 points, 10 rebounds and five assists to fuel the Panthers. Shane Sweeney added 18 points, including four from beyond the arc, followed by Junior Sims with nine points and Jordan Donahue with eight.
    Brandon Passalaqua posted 16 points to lead Mynderse (8-5). Luke Ruddy followed just behind with 15 points.
    Geneva is ranked No. 4 in the state in Class A in the most recent poll.
    Fairport 70,
    Webster Thomas 56
    The Fairport boys basketball team remained undefeated at 13-0 with a victory against Webster Thomas.
    Eli Jones paced the Red Raiders with 21 points. Joe Masino added 15 points followed by Tyler LePore with 14 and Alex Doche with nine. Masino and Doche combined to hit six three-pointers.
    Robert Aguilera put up 16 points to lead Webster Thomas (7-5). Tyler Carges followed with 14 points.
    Fairport is ranked No. 2 in the state in Class AA in the most recent poll.
    Webster Schroeder 68,
    Penfield 46
    Mitch Herman poured in a game-high 25 points to lead Webster Schroeder to a win against Penfield on Friday.
    Emmitt Hold had a 16-point, 12-rebound double-double, Justin Maggio added 15 points and David Wanits provided five points and nine assists as the Warriors moved to 13-1 on the season.
    Mitch Cote led Penfield (8-5) with 15 points. Alex Bezek added seven points while Mike Manou had six.
    Webster Schroeder is ranked No. 27 in the state in Class AA in the most recent poll.
    Hilton 57,
    Brockport 39
    The Cadets improved to 10-3 on the season with a road victory against Brockport on Friday.
    Jahleek Stevenson tallied 12 points to lead Hilton. Tyler Farrell added nine points and Ricky Lipani had seven as 10 different Cadets made their way onto the scoring ledger.
    Andrew Zimmer finished with nine points to pace Brockport (2-13). Donald Cook added seven points.
    Cal-Mum 66,
    Gananda 53
    The Caledonia-Mumford boys basketball team ran its season record to 12-1 with a win over visiting Gananda.
    Steve Gaffney notched 20 points, seven rebounds and seven assists to lead the Red Raiders. Kyle Kline added 14 points while WIll Van Auken had 10 points and eight rebounds.
    Page 3 of 8 - Kameron Gray tallied 16 points to lead Gananda (7-6). Chase Reeves added 10 points followed by Riley Palmer with nine and Eric Mucci with eight.
    Cal-Mum is ranked No. 11 in the state in Class C in the most recent poll.
    Lyons 50,
    East Rochester 38
    D.J. Long scored 12 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead Lyons to a win over visiting East Rochester on Friday.
    Tony Franklin and Alex Musolino each contributed eight points as the Lions, ranked No. 13 in the state in Class C in the most recent poll, improved to 11-1 on the season. Franklin added 10 rebounds.
    Justin Reho led East Rochester with 11 points. Max Argento added six.
    Clyde-Savannah 59,
    North Rose-Wolcott 27
    The Clyde-Savannah boys basketball team played host to North Rose-Wolcott on Friday and defeated the Cougars to improve to 12-1 on the season.
    Tom Kanaley scored 18 points, including three three-pointers, to lead the Golden Eagles. Kam DiSanto added 12 points while Jomaine Bogan had eight.
    Jake Stevenson led North Rose-Wolcott with 11 points.
    Clyde-Savannah is ranked No. 10 in the state in Class C in the most recent poll.
    Bloomfield 70,
    Red Jacket 62
    The Bombers improved to 7-4 with a victory over Red Jacket on Friday.
    Sean Fitzgerald scored 24 points to lead Bloomfield. Alex Flattery added 16 points and 13 rebounds while Brian Dulen notched 12 points and 13 rebounds. Dylan Taillon chipped in 10 points.
    Dom Vazquez put in 18 points to pace Red Jacket (5-7). Mike Gianconia flirted with a triple-double as he added 10 points, nine rebounds and 10 blocked shots.
    Penn Yan 51,
    Pal-Mac 49
    Cory Grace converted a lay-up with eight seconds left in the game to lift Penn Yan to a win over Pal-Mac on Friday night.
    James Burdette scored 17 points to lead the Mustangs. Eric Johnson added 10 points while Ben Covert provided nine.
    Mitch Crist hit four three-pointers on his way to a team-high 16 points to lead Pal-Mac (4-8). Cody Eckerson added nine points.
    Penn Yan improves to 5-7.
    Pittsford Mendon 51,
    Irondequoit 49
    The Pittsford Mendon boys basketball team defeated Irondequoit on Friday, handing the Eagles just their second loss of the season.
    Matt Sullivan and Nick Keneally each finished with 12 points to lead Mendon. Dave Singh added 10 points, Matt D’Amico had eight and Nick Baglieri provided seven as Vikings improved to 7-5.
    Wyatt Smith scored 15 points to lead Irondequoit (11-2). Tyler Stenglein chipped in 11 points and Kyle Napierala added 10.
    Monroe 65,
    Webster Christian 50
    The Monroe boys basketball team defeated Webster Christian on Friday to improve to 3-9 on the season.
    Trayvon Holt put up 20 points to lead Monroe, followed by Daquan Brown-Junious with 14 and Carlee Ellis with 11. Sir William Rudolph added eight points, 11 rebounds and five steals.
    Page 4 of 8 - Elijah Fletcher collected 24 points, 11 rebounds and five blocked shots to pace Webster Christian (7-5). Justin Loyd and A.J. Scarson each chipped in eight points.
    Wayne 79,
    Midlakes 42
    Tre LaMora scored 21 points to lead Wayne to a win over Midlakes in boys basketball.
    Paul Dinehart and Ben Bobo each added 11 points, Mike Hollenbeck chipped in nine points and Brayden Riel had eight as the Eagles improved to 12-1 on the season.
    Midlakes (2-10) was led by Mason Jones with 16 points. Louis Price and Thomas Knapp each added five points.
    Aquinas 62,
    Charlotte 58
    The Aquinas boys basketball team improved to 9-4 with a win against Charlotte.
    Leading 44-30 after the first half the Lil’ Irish were outscored 17-4 in the third quarter, and held a one-point lead before outscoring the Lakers 14-11 to close out the game.
    Kyron Allen scored 19 points to lead Aquinas. George Graham added 13 points and Navaar Poole had 10.
    Kievonn Banks finished with 20 points to lead Charlotte (9-3), including nine in the third quarter.
    Charlotte is ranked No. 19 in the state in Class A in the most recent poll.
    Rush-Henrietta 65,
    Victor 45
    The Rush-Henrietta boys basketball team evened its record at 6-6 with a win versus Victor on Friday.
    Leading 24-22 at halftime, Rush-Henrietta outscored the Blue Devils 25-8 in the third quarter to gain control of the affair.
    Emett Peters collected 19 points and 14 rebounds to fuel the Royal Comets. Danny Drummond provided 10 points, followed by Bay Barley with eight and Juwan Beale with seven.
    Luis Rivera and Conor Powers both had 16 points to lead Victor (0-12).
    HF-L 53,
    Canandaigua 43
    Jake Apthorpe recorded a 14-point, 13-rebound double-double to lead Honeoye Falls-Lima to a win over visiting Canandaigua on Friday.
    Andrew Wager added 12 points and Alex Obenhofer contributed 11 as the Cougars improved to 6-8 on the year.
    Ian Brown finished with 11 points to lead a balanced Canandaigua attack. Sean Outhouse added nine points, Mitchell O’Donnell had seven and Colton Ceravolo chipped in six.
    Greece Arcadia 59,
    Greece Olympia 46
    Josh McFarland posted a 12-point, 10-rebound double-double to lead Greece Arcadia to a win over cross-town rival Greece Olympia on Friday.
    Jimmie Eddington added 15 points for the Titans, who improve to 6-7 with the win.
    Nate Smith put in 21 points to pace Greece Olympia (7-5). Tahaij Lewis added 15 points.
    Northstar Christian 65,
    Christian Central 53
    The Northstar Christian boys basketball team defeated Christian Central Academy on Friday to improve to 4-9 on the season.
    Matt Michael knocked down five three-pointers on his way to a game-high 26 points to lead Northstar Christian. Michael Jones contributed 11 points and seven rebounds while Victor Cavalieri added 10 points.
    Page 5 of 8 - Caleb Moser scored 22 points to lead Christian Central. Nathan Rarick chipped in 13 points.
    Greece Athena 72,
    Spencerport 50
    The Greece Athena boys basketball team improved to 10-3 on the season with a road victory over Spencerport on Friday.
    Zac DiSalvo notched a game-high 18 points to lead the Trojans. Jay Sarkis followed closely with 16 points while Braxton Wilson chipped in 10 points.
    Jake O’Connell scored 11 points to lead Spencerport (4-9). Brandon Marshall added eight points, followed by Devon Pascoe with seven and Devon Marshall and Shawn Martin each with six.
    Greece Odyssey 62,
    Eastridge 52
    Greece Odyssey defeated Eastridge on Friday to improve to 9-5 on the season.
    Scott Peterson notched a game-high 19 points to power the Leopards. Jacob Dixon followed with 16 points while Chris Tomasso provided nine. The trio combined to knock down eight three-pointers: four by Dixon, three from Peterson and one by Tomasso.
    Eastridge (2-11) was led by Keith Bruce with 20 points. Ty’Shun Walker added 14 points.
    Churchville-Chili 55,
    Gates Chili 51
    Rashaad Richardson notched 17 points and 10 rebounds to lead Churchville-Chili to a win over Gates Chili in boys basketball.
    Kyle McCane and Anthony Lewis each added 11 points as the Saints improved to 4-9 on the season.
    Kalifonte Russell posted 17 points to lead Gates Chili. Kendall Blue chipped in nine points while Zach Johnson added eight.
    Pittsford Sutherland 56,
    Brighton 54
    The Pittsford Sutherland boys basketball team earned a win over Brighton on Friday to improve to 4-9 on the season.
    Will Phelan led the Knights with 21 points. Ben Swisher added nine points while Owen Smith and Cam Pincus both contributed seven.
    Courtney Clyburn finished with 21 points to lead Brighton (7-6). Riley Damerell followed with 11 points with Phil Pellegrino adding seven.
    Marcus Whitman 65,
    Waterloo 62
    Matt Halll scored the go-ahead basket on a three-point play and led the Wildcats (2-10) with 13 points. Teammate Rhen Grover scored 11 points and Merritt Bailey and Tyler Rohrback each scored nine points.
    Brad Steinruck led the Indians with 19 points.
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    GIRLS BASKETBALL
    Gananda 46,
    Marion 39
    The Gananda girls basketball team ran its season record to 12-2 with a win against Marion.
    Darci MacFall finished with 14 points to lead a balanced Blue Panther offense. Jen Stearns added 11 points followed by Michelle Suchan with eight, Jess Donnan with seven and Kourtney Goebel with six.
    Taylor Gurin collected 15 points, seven rebounds and five assists to lead Marion (6-8). Katie Delaney chipped in nine points, Jamie Vendel had eight points and Caroline Sturtz added seven points and nine rebounds.
    Page 6 of 8 - Gananda is ranked No. 4 in the state in Class C in the most recent poll.
    Pittsford Mendon 72,
    Irondequoit 50
    The Pittsford Mendon girls basketball team improved to 13-1 with a win over Irondequoit on Friday.
    Lauren D’Hont piled up 28 points, eight rebounds and three assists to lead the Vikings. Erin Lyons contributed 13 points and eight rebounds while Kelsey Julien added a career-high 12 points.
    Abby White led Irondequoit (12-2) with 18 points. Miani Cylear had eight points while Lauren Ochs added six.
    Pittsford Mendon is ranked No. 3 in the state in Class A in the most recent poll.
    Greece Athena 46,
    Spencerport 42
    The Greece Athena girls basketball team improved to 6-7 with a victory against visiting Spencerport on Friday.
    Ajia McIntyre scored 14 points to pace Greece Athena. Carina Pringle added 11 points and eight rebounds while Lauren Kelly provided eight points.
    Emily Leone finished with a game-high 18 points to lead Spencerport (5-8). Christa White chipped in eight points.
    Hilton 64,
    Brockport 24
    Cameron Graupman scored 14 points and dished out four assists to lead Hilton to a win over visiting Brockport on Friday.
    Maria Jackson added 10 points and Lauren Anten had eight as 11 different Cadets found their way onto the scoring ledger.
    Brianna Blocker and Delaney Voorhies each had five points to lead Brockport (1-13).
    Greece Arcadia 69,
    Greece Olympia 26
    Arcadia’s Kerry O’Connell came off the bench to post 11 points, 10 rebounds and four steals in a win over Greece Olympia on Friday.
    Jeanella Hughes added 14 points, four rebounds and two steals and Aliyah Holt and Jalonta Davis each contributed 10 points and the Titans improved to 7-6.
    Lauren Chester and Melissa Carroll both scored 10 points to pace Greece Olympia (0-13).
    Eastridge 61,
    Greece Odyssey 55
    Eastridge’s Emily Piacentini recorded 21 points, five assists and three steals as the Lancers knocked off Greece Odyssey on Friday.
    Rachel Campbell added 17 points and seven rebounds and Amanda Zaremski contributed 13 points as the Lancers improved to 8-4 on the season.
    Karissa Birthwright finished with 20 points to lead Greece Odyssey (10-3). Taylor Burns provided 14 points while Mandy Bly had 11.
    Greece Odyssey is ranked No. 21 in the state in Class B in the most recent poll.
    Batavia 51,
    Aquinas 43
    The Batavia girls basketball team ran its record to 11-4 with a win over Aquinas.
    Maddi McCulley notched 17 points to lead the Blue Devils, followed by Macey McCulley with 15. Tiara Filbert added 11 points.
    Roas Graham scored 17 points to pace Aquinas (3-9). Nina Starkweather and Katie Carr each added six points.  
    Page 7 of 8 - Newark 43,
    Bishop Kearney 39
    overtime
    The Newark girls basketball team moved over .500 with an overtime win over visiting Bishop Kearney.
    Jessica Shields led the Reds with 13 points. Courtney Schultz and Kenna Lauer each added nine points to help Newark to its fourth consecutive victory.
    Emmanuella Edoka finished with 12 points to lead Bishop Kearney (5-6). Arianna Smith had nine points while Gianna Mastrella contributed eight.
    Newark outscored Bishop Kearney 5-1 in the extra session.
    Geneva 64,
    Mynderse 34
    The Geneva girls basketball team topped Mynderse on Friday, outscoring the Blue Devils 38-17 in the first half to gain control of the affair.
    Zoe Legott put in 17 points to lead the Panthers. Alisia Griffin added 12 points and Eric Guinan had eight as 12 different Geneva players found their way into the score book.
    Brittany Anderson led Mynderse (2-12) with eight points. Meghan Felice added six points.
    Pal-Mac 52,
    Penn Yan 40
    The Red Raiders improved to 9-5 with a win over Penn Yan on Friday, outscoring the Mustangs 14-3 in the first quarter to seize early control of the game.
    Courtney Ameele scored 17 points, including three three-pointers, to lead Pal-Mac. Ashley Vanderwall had 20 points while Christina Standinger chipped in eight.
    Demi Battin tallied 17 points to lead Penn Yan (4-9), followed by Megan Lafferty with eight points.
    Rush-Henrietta 44,
    Victor 40
    The Rush-Henrietta girls basketball team outlasted Victor on Friday, improving to 9-5 with a win in a low scoring affair.
    Zana Dillard posted a 16-point, 13-rebound double-double to lead the Royal Comets. Sarah Sweazy scored 12 points and Emily Nestler had seven points and 11 rebounds. Brittney Hegarty knocked down three free-throws in final 1:30 to finish with three points.
    Alex Gelinas scored 10 points and pulled down four rebounds to lead Victor (2-10). Kristen Simmons added seven points while Kate Leonard chipped in six.
    The teams combined to go 25-of-51 from the charity stripe.
    Midlakes 47,
    Wayne 36
    Midlakes defeated visiting Wayne on Friday to improve to 7-5 on the season.
    Dominique Burri finished with 14 points to lead the Screaming Eagles. Allison Maloney and Sarah Sheppard each added eight points, with Sheppard providing five assists.
    Emma Guy posted a 14-point, 14-rebound double-double to lead Wayne (9-5). Alexis Best and Bailey Pratt both contributed six points.
    HF-L 61,
    Canandaigua 42
    The HF-L girls basketball team bested Canandaigua on Friday, giving the Cougars seven wins in their last eight contests.
    Nicole Davis collected 13 points and 10 rebounds to power HF-L. Riley Morien had 17 points while Abby Tobin added 12.
    Dakotah Savitcheff paced Canandaigua (5-9) with 13 points, four rebounds and five steals. Mara Sindoni had 10 points and eight rebounds while Ali Fitzgerald provided nine points and four assists.
    Page 8 of 8 - Webster Thomas 50,
    Fairport 47
    The Webster Thomas girls basketball team defeated Fairport on Friday to improve to 10-3 on the season.
    Kara Houppert scored 18 points to lead the Titans, including three three-pointers. Allie Diehl followed with 14 points, with Candaisy Crawford adding 13.
    Caroline Dalton had 16 points to lead Fairport (7-7). Laura Valente added 14 points, followed by Kristen Koch with nine.
    Pittsford Sutherland 58,
    Brighton 38
    Pittsford Sutherland evened its record at 7-7 with a victory over Brighton on Friday.
    Liz Greendyke recorded 19 points and six rebounds to fuel Sutherland. Holly Turner chipped in 11 points while Santita Ebangwese had 10 points and nine rebounds.
    Sara Tullio finished with 12 points to lead Brighton (4-9). Annie DiPasquale and Kiera Lorenzo both added seven points.
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