The Big Green defeated the Bulldogs, 48-37, which leads off our roundup of Wednesday's local sports
The offense for Naples dried up in the fourth quarter. And for Honeoye, it was even drier.
Big production in the second and third quarters fueled Naples to a 48-37 boys basketball win over host Honeoye on Wednesday night in the season's first meeting between these Finger Lakes West rivals.
Naples outscored Honeoye 30-18 over the two middle quarters, then held on to outscore the Bulldogs 8-6 in the fourth.
Nick Green scored 16 of his game-high 18 points in the second and third quarters for the Big Green, and Nick Clearman scored 12 points while Cole Rathbun scored nine.
Tyler Rudolph led Honeoye with 14 points and Jack Reynolds scored seven while Dom Trippi scored six.
Red Jacket 42, Harley-Allendale Columbia 35
The Indians received contributions from a trio of players en route to its win over the Wolves.
Junior forward Chase Rizzo was Red Jacket’s leading scorer with 14 points. Rizzo also added seven rebounds.
Junior guard Matt Record posted 13 points and three rebounds. Junior center Travis Hill went for 10 rebounds and seven points.
Marcus Whitman 57, Livonia 39
The Wildcats were led by Seth Benedict, who scored all 16 of his points in the second half. Benedict also added eight rebounds and six steals in the win.
Ryan Herod had a big night for Whitman, putting up 15 points. Liam Prendergast posted a double-double with 13 rebounds and 11 points.
Livonia’s leading scorer was senior captain Nathan Genthner with 13 points. Fellow captain Jalen Marshall wasn’t far behind with 12 points.
Honeoye Falls-Lima 50, Geneva 48
Trevor Chamberlain nailed a 15-foot fadeaway jumper at the buzzer to break the tie and give the Cougars a huge win. Chamberlain had a game-high 18 points for HFL.
Geneva was led by Reid Patchett, who had 10 points and seven rebounds. Nick Askin and Christian Tapscott each had eight points.
Pal-Mac 100, North Rose-Wolcott 52
The Red Raiders had a handful of winners on the night.
Seraphim Wieber won the 50 Free (27.77), Blake Rose won the 100 Free (1:01:76), Zachary Wissick took the 200 Free (2:21:02), and Alex Brychcy had the top time in the 500 Free (6:32:76). Brychcy also was the top diver with a score of 268.90.
Aidan Quinn won the 100 Breaststroke (1:18:05) for Pal-Mac. And to round things out, Riley Cook was a double-winner in the 100 Backstroke (1:19:97) and 100 Butterfly (1:21:83).
Webster Thomas 5, Canandaigua 0
Jack Fulton rolled the high game (222) and high series (595) for the Titans.
For the Braves, Caleb Cummings had both the high game (238) and high series (624)
Canandaigua falls to 10-15 on the season.
Penn Yan 4, Marcus Whitman 1
Zach Gurba had a great performance for the Mustangs, posting the high game (245) and high series (587).
Whitman’s Dom Mangiarelli had the high game (220) and high series (594) for the team.
Webster Thomas 5, Canandaigua 0
Webster Thomas was led by Mikah McDonnell, as she rolled the high game (237) and high series (604).
Mikayla Martineau posted the high game (211) and high series (547) for the Braves.
Canandaigua now holds a record of 15-10 on the season.
Penn Yan 5, Marcus Whitman 0
The Mustangs had a pair of impressive performances on the afternoon. Emilie Thomas posted the high game (201), while Kari Ayers had the high series (548).
For the Wildcats, Zoelle Payne had the high game (179) and high series (459).