Get a recap of Thursday's high school sports action as the Newark boys swimming and diving team claims a share of the Finger Lakes Division I league title with a victory over Midlakes.


BOYS SWIMMING AND DIVING: Newark 105, Midlakes 76  |  Naples 105, Campbell-Savona 75  |  York 95.5, Gananda 87.5  |  Gates Chili 102, Greece 69  |  Fairport 102, Webster 77  |  HF-L 94, McQuaid 92


GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lyons 53, Clyde-Savannah 28  |  Bloomfield 39, South Seneca 23  |  Honeoye 44, Dundee 31  |  East Rochester 54, Sodus 17  |  Pittsford Mendon 54, Pittsford Sutherland 46  |  Greece Odyssey 46, Wilson 42  |  Bishop Kearney 53, Aquinas 49


BOYS BOWLING: Lyons 7, North Rose-Wolcott 0  |  Penn Yan 7, Mynderse 0


GIRLS BOWLING: Penn Yan 7, Mynderse 0  |  North Rose-Wolcott 7



BOYS SWIMMING AND DIVING

Newark 105,
Midlakes 76
Cody Devlin placed first in the 100 freestyle and 200 freestyle to lead Newark to a win over Midlakes.
The victory gives Newark a share of the Finger Lakes Division I league title.
“This was a great night and is a great accomplishment for us after losing the first meet of the season to Geneva by two points,” commented Newark Reds Head Coach Matthew Lincoln. “The boys showed a lot of resiliency bouncing back.”
Tim Knapp (50 freestyle), Jack Diamond (diving), Joel Wildrick (100 butterfly) and Jeffery Garrett (100 backstroke) were single event winners for the Reds, while the team also won all three relay races.
Tyler Levickas won the 100 backstroke and 200 IM for Midlakes, while teammate Ryan Brophy touched the wall first in the 500 freestyle.

Naples 105,
Campbell-Savona 75
Chad Plante (100 backstroke, 200 IM) and Collin Guarino (100 freestyle, 100 breaststroke) were double event winners for Naples in a victory over Campbell-Savona.
Ben Spaid (diving), Kyle Pridmore (100 butterfly) and Leon Fisher II (500 freestyle) were single event winners, while the team also won the 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay.
Caleb Smith (200 freestyle) and David Hughes (50 freestyle) were single event winners for Campbell-Savona.

York 95.5,
Gananda 87.5
Troy Lubanski (100 breaststroke, 100 butterfly) and Devin Lajoie (50 freestyle, 100 freestyle) were double event winners for York.
Dylan Dougal won the diving competition and Jacob Streb placed first in the 100 backstroke.
For Gananda, ZakWestfall won the 200 IM and 500 freestyle. Evan Sixbey placed first in the 200 freestyle. The Blue Panthers also won the 400 freestyle relay.

Gates Chili 102,
Greece 69
The Gates Chili boys swimming and diving team defeated Greece 102-69 on Thursday.
Kevin Sullivan won the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle to lead the Spartans.
Alexander Maxwell (200 IM), David LaPietra (diving), Aaron Smith (100 butterfly) and Joseph Klock (100 breaststroke) were single event winners.
Jared Cappon won the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle for Greece, while Jason Grana won the 100 backstroke.

Fairport 102,
Webster 77
The Fairport boys swimming and diving team defeated Webster on Thursday, giving the Red Raiders the Monroe County Division I title.
David Howard touched the wall first in the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle to lead Fairport.
Michael Falagan (200 IM), Evan Zheng (50 freestyle), Connor Slater (diving), John Holden (100 butterfly) and Stephan Castelli (100 freestyle) were single event winners for the Red Raiders, while the team also won all three relay races.

HF-L 94,
McQuaid 92
Erick Burgwardt placed first in the 100 backstroke and 200 IM to lead HF-L to a narrow victory over McQuaid.
Justin Gardner (100 breaststroke) and Josh Cordon (50 freestyle) were single event winners for the Cougars, while the team also won the 200 medley relay and the 200 freestyle relay.
Kevin Tobey (200 freestyle, 500 freestyle) was a double event winner for McQuaid. Patrick Alvermann won the diving competition, Nathan Antetomaso placed first in the 100 butterfly and Greg Klumpp won the 100 freestyle.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Lyons 53,
Clyde-Savannah 28
The Lyons girls basketball team improved to 11-2 with a victory over Clyde-Savannah on Thursday.
Taylor DiSanto led the Lions with 11 points. Lexi Buckley, Ryenn Smith and Ja'Teria Wells each finished with 10 points.
Ariel Luna finished with 14 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead Clyde-Savannah.

Bloomfield 39,
South Seneca 23
Leading by one point after the first quarter, Bloomfield outscored South Seneca 21-4 over the next two quarters to gain control of the game.
Audra Beechler collected 14 points, seven rebounds and four steals to lead the Bombers. Kenzie Henderson and Annie Collins each added eight points.
Erin Wilkins paced South Seneca with 13 points.

Honeoye 44,
Dundee 31
Tori Gamrod recorded 20 points, including nine in the fourth quarter, to lead Honeoye to a win over visiting Dundee.
Breanna Bugbee added 12 points and 16 rebounds. Bugbee is averaging over 12 rebounds per game this season.
Tristine Dombroski led Dundee (3-8, 3-7) with 10 points, followed by Megan Howell with eight.
Honeoye improves to 5-7, 4-6.

East Rochester 54,
Sodus 17
The East Rochester girls basketball team moved over .500 with a win against Sodus, improving to 6-5 on the season.
Loren Dunn collected 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Bombers. Samantha Anderson added 13 points.
Hannah Prutzman scored 10 points to pace Sodus.

Pittsford Mendon 54,
Pittsford Sutherland 46
The Pittsford Mendon girls basketball team defeated Pittsford Sutherland on Thursday night giving the team its 11th consecutive victory after losing its first two games of the season.
Laurent D'Hont and Paige Hill each scored 16 points to lead Mendon. D'Hont added nine rebounds.
Pittsford Sutherland's Liz Greendyke led all scorers with 23 points.

Greece Odyssey 46,
Wilson 42
Greece Odyssey improved to 7-3 with a victory over Wilson.
Freshman Karissa Birthwright tied a career-high with 29 points and added 14 rebounds to lead the Leopards. Junior Taylor Burns had nine points and 12 rebounds and Michayla Salatel added four points and six assists.
Mykeisha Crawford had 22 points to lead Wilson.

Bishop Kearney 53,
Aquinas 49
Skyler Gausney-Jones finished with seven points, 11 rebounds and eight blocked shots to lead Bishop Kearney to a win over Aquinas.
The Kings fell behind 15-1 in the first quarter before rallying for the victory.
Taina Graham had 14 points 11 assists and five steals and Karley Fanning added 12 points and 14 rebounds to help Bishop Kearney improve to 9-4.
Nicole Bini scored a game-high 19 points to lead Aquinas (4-7), followed by Teja Reaves and Katherine Carr each with nine.

BOWLING

BOYS

Lyons 7,
North Rose-Wolcott 0
The Lyons boys bowling team swept North Rose-Wolcott on Thursday, winning the overall match 2,666-2,540.
Noah Tyler led the Lions with a 235 game and a 575 series. Jabob Eckert finished just behind with a 572 series, and Austin Busco added a 563.
North Rose-Wolcott's Josh Andrus led all bowlers with a 247 game and a 664 series. Joel Walzer added a 489 series and Damien Bean added a 488.

Penn Yan 7,
Mynderse 0
The Penn Yan boys bowling team defeated Mynderse 7-0 on Thursday, winning the overall match 2,974-2,313.
Dan Fox led all bowlers with a 268 game and a 727 series. Pete Fox added a 664 sereis with games of 236 and 235.
Tiger Duel led Mynderse with a game of 188. Kyle Comstock added a game of 187.

GIRLS

Penn Yan 7,
Mynderse 0
Courtney Ottaviano rolled a 208 game and a 559 series to lead Penn Yan to a sweep of Mynderse.
Darcie Travis added a 469 series and Kelsey Sage had a 465.
Alicia Comstock led Mynderse with a 506 series and a 175 game. Gabby Marriot added a 422 series.

North Rose-Wolcott 7,
Lyons 0
Grace Davis rolled games of 229 and 224 on her way to a 621 series to lead North Rose-Wolcott to a sweep of Lyons.
Tracy Duncan added a 459 series and Hannah Davis had a 427.
Kim Colbert led Lyons with a 233 game and 526 series. Amber Dean added a 404 series.

WEDNESDAY'S LATE SCORES

BOWLING

BOYS

Dundee 5,
Honeoye 2
The Honeoye boys bowling team defeated Dundee 5-2 on Wednesday, winning the first game, second game and overall match.
Jason Easling had a high game of 190 to lead the Scotsmen. Dakota Delamater led the team with a 457 series, followed by Easling with a 445.
Calvin Bower and Tim Mancioochi each rolled a 473 series to lead Honeoye. Nate Brewer led the Bulldogs with a high game of 180.

GIRLS

Honeoye 7,
Dundee 0
Courtney Malloy rolled a 192 game and a 511 series to lead Honeoye to a sweep of Dundee on Wednesday.
Sarah O'Leary had a 490 series, Tiffany Vanderbroek rolled a 467, Sam Marshall finished with a 452 and Brittany Spencer addeda 435 as the Bulldogs won the overall match 2,355-1,903.
Laura Miller paced Dundee with a 181 game and 460 series. Amanda Krause finished just behind with a 457 series.