Bella Pucci led the with way with a game-high 15 points as the Fairport girls basketball team edged Canandaigua, 52-49, on the road Tuesday.

Abi Smith added 9 points and Alex Kehrig had 8 points for the Red Raiders (2-1).

For Canandaigua, Mya Herman recorded 12 points while Maddie Ryan, Sydney Miller and Kyleigh Chapman each tallied 8 points.

In other high school results from Tuesday:

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Pittsford Mendon 43, Victor 36

Lexi Green paced the Vikings with 18 points.

Chloe Whittier posted 18 points for the Blue Devils.

Palmyra-Macedon 53, Wayne 42

Waterloo 57, Midlakes 46

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

Bloomfield 63, Harley-Allendale Columbia 49

Dundee 55, Honeoye 50

Wayne 66, Palmyra-Macedon 42

Tyler Reynolds scored 25 points for the Eagles.

Red Jacket 78, Naples 31

Waterloo 74, Midlakes 47

Kyle Slywka recorded 16 points and 5 rebounds for the Indians.

 

HOCKEY

Spencerport 5, Canandaigua 4

Luc Fedele, AJ Giannavola, Ryan Plouffe, Jason Uebelacker and Chris Hammerle each scored once for the Rangers.

Fedele, Giannavola, Plouffe and Mark Neu added an assist and goalie Rachel Brase tallied 28 saves for Spencerport.

Carter McWilliams finished with 2 goals and 1 assist to lead the Braves. Matt McMullen had two goals and goalie Cade Chesler had 26 saves for Canandaigua.

 

Victor 8, Webster Schroeder 2

Jack McCandless and Andrew Haugh both netted two goals to lead the Blue Devils. Nick Peluso had 1 goal and 2 assists, Colin McNamara and Cal Lambert both had 1 goal and 1 assist and Steven Armstrong scored 1 goal for Victor. Blue Devils goalie Pieter Bartelse tallied 11 saves.

Joseph Lemieux scored twice for the Warriors. Webster Schroeder goalie Jacob Lattuca recorded 23 saves in the loss.

 

BOYS SWIMMING

Canandaigua 94, Honeoye Falls-Lima 83

 

BOWLING

BOYS

Marcus Whitman 3, Waterloo 2

Dom Mangiarelli posted both the high series of 639 and high game of 221 for the Wildcats.

GIRLS

Marcus Whitman 5, Waterloo 0

Kendall Davis rolled a high series of 450 and Kennedy Smith had the high game of 168 for the Wildcats.