Section Five Boys Basketball Scores | 1/7/17

first_imgSection Five Boys Basketball Scores | 1/7/17 By Paul Gotham on January 7, 2017No Comment Section Five Boys Basketball Scores | 1/7/17 added by Paul Gotham on January 7, 2017View all posts by Paul Gotham →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensLovely&HealthyTop 10 Most Dangerous Cruises In The World Lovely&Healthyby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ Splinters”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ Splinters Follow on Facebook Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Emailcenter_img Share on Facebook The Aquinas Li’l Irish defense caused seven turnovers and allowed five field goals in a decisive second quarter. (Photo courtesy of Aquinas Athletics)Niagara Falls (6) 59Aquinas (6-2) 67Senior Jalen Pickett poured in 16 of his game-high 24 points in the quarter. Pickett’s catch-and-shoot three-pointer gave a AQ a 22-20 lead. They did not trail again. READ MORE.Leadership Academy (7-3) 64Jamestown (6) 50Dezmere Ellis collected 20 points, six rebounds and five assists as Leadership won its sixth straight.  Ty-Meek Mackie added 15 points and seven rebounds. Rondell Watson scored 13 and handed out seven assists. Jacquane Reed corralled eight rebounds and scored nine points.CANANDAIGUA TOURNAMENTNewark (7-3) 66Honeoye Falls-Lima (5-6) 51Newark’s Taylor Clements netted 17 to go with five rebounds, four assists and two blocks.  D’Andre Saunders chipped in with 14 points and nine rebounds. Nate Beard added a dozen points. HF-L’s Owen VanNewkirk recorded a double-double with 17 points and 11 rebounds. Dan Hayes scored 10.Palmyra-Macedon (3-7) 44Canandaigua (8-5) 48Carson Greene led a balanced attack with 14 points,  five assists and two steals. Connor Fisher scored 12. Scott Loforte added 10 points and six rebounds. Damien Wright scored 14 for Pal-Mac.Greece Olympia (0-9) 81Churchville-Chili (2-8) 82Eric Lewis led Churchville-Chili with a triple-double including a school-record 16 assists to go with 26 points and 17 rebounds. Olympia missed a putback at the buzzer to win the game. Elijah Powel did work with 23 and 10 rebounds. William Green added 22 points for the Spartans.Greece-Odyssey (3-6) 53Wellsville (6-5) 59Wellsville’s Joe Tronetti connected five times behind the arc to top all scorers with 22. David Lawson added 14. DJ Billings paced Odyssey with 15 points. John Mathis chipped in with 11.Rochester Academy CS (3-7) 58Canisteo-Greenwood (2-8) 51Jevonny Brown led three in double figures with 23 for Rochester Academy. Spencer Burns and Damian Grant scored 10 apiece. Bobby Avery scored 14 Canister-Greenwood. Del Crooks had 11.Sodus (3-5) 44Lyons (8-2) 69Justice Smith stuffed the stat sheet for Lyons with 14 points, six rebounds, five assists, three blocks and three steals. Ben Rockefeller added 17 points and Kerel Kelly 10.Notre Dame-Batavia (3-7) 54Prattsburgh (8-1) 78Mason Putnam poured in 28 to lead Prattsburgh. Ayden Decker and Jeffery Gilbert scored 12 apiece.  Ryan Moffat scored 18 for Notre Dame-Batavia.FRIDAY’S SCORESRCACMcQuaid (6-5) 61Leadership Academy (6-3) 65Dezmere Ellis converted three free throws to complete a late rally as the Leadership Lions won their fifth straight. READ MORE.World of Inquiry (2-8) 69Early College (6-3) 73In a game of milestones, Early College’s Bryan Harrell scored 20 points and topped the 1,000 point plateau for his career. World of Inquiry’s CeyQuan Salmon led all with 25 including also his 1,000th point. Shandare Figgins chipped in for Early College with 10 points and nine rebounds. Teammate Tajmin Holt added 17 points and five assists. Jermer Murrell grabbed seven seven rebounds and scored a dozen. Charles Maurice Brown scored 17 for WOI.Wilson-Magnet (4-7) 66Edison Tech (5-2) 82Marique Simkin scored 30 points to lead Edison Tech. Felipe Carter connected four times behind the arc and finished with 16. Amare Holland hit three threes and scored 13. Desi Floyd scored 17 for Wilson. Keavaughn Harris-Hill added 12.Monroe (5-5) 69NE Douglass (8-2) 82Will Washington hauled in 20 rebounds including 10 in the fourth quarter and NE Douglass outrebounded Monroe 50-30. Larry Young recorded a double-double with 14 points and 16 rebounds. Jiahmere Mitchell and Torrence Phillips scored 19 apiece. Daiquon Turner added 24 points. Rayshawn Boswell scored 24 for Monroe. Tequila Glasgow chipped in with 14.SOTA (4-6) 79Franklin (0-10) 52Mecca Anderson scored 21 for SOTA, and Jotham Denegal 14 points three blocks and five rebounds. K’Ron Bernard scored 14 for Franklin.MONROE COUNTYChurchville-Chili (1-8) 46Irondequoit (10-0) 86Zach Stenglein scored 13, and Alex Goldsberry added 12 for Irondequoit. Tysean Sizer chipped in with nine points for the Eagles. Terrance Wilson scored 17 in a losing effort.Greece-Athena (7-1) 63Pittsford-Mendon (8-2) 61Kenny Speed scored a dozen including a 3-pointer with 7.5 seconds remaining. Ryan Kubanka led Athena with 18. Matt Powers paced Mendon with 19 points. Taylor Genier added 15.Penfield (7-3) 51Gates-Chili (4-6) 53Meech Allen netted a dozen 12, and Keith Slack added 11 to lead Gates-Chili in the upset. Mark Morrison and Damon Payton scored nine apiece. Bryson Scott scored 20 for Penfield, and Mirza Mesic chipped in 18.Rush-Henrietta (4-5) 55Fairport (8-1) 71Dan Masino scored 18 points to go with six rebounds and five assists as the Red Raiders rebounded from Wednesday’s loss to Irondequoit. Ryan Algier added 12 points and five rebounds. Shamir Broyld scored 14 for R-H.Spencerport (4-6) 56Greece-Arcadia (2-7) 50Ryan Gentile netted 22 for the Rangers.Brockport (7-2) 54Pittsford-Sutherland (7-3) 64Kevin Ryan scored 23, and Josh Rosen added 10 to lead the Knights. Brockport’s Antonio Alvarez led all scorers with 29.Webster-Thomas (5-5) 47Webster-Schroeder (2-8) 40Tyler Curtis scored 13 for Thomas. Nate Hardy led Schroeder with 15.Brighton (6-4) 38Canandaigua (7-5) 47Carson Greene scored a dozen to go with six rebounds, four assists and two steals. Dan Herrick added nine points and seven rebounds. Scott Loforte chipped in 12 points, five rebounds, two assists and one steal. Ryan Martin and Isaac Nelson scored 11 apiece for Brighton.Hilton (4-6) 49Victor (7-2) 68C.G. Finney (8-2) 55Northstar Christian (7-2) 62Tray Roberts scored 14 to lead Northstar Christian. Miles Brown and Bryan Clemetson added 13 apiece. Wesley Gercae led Finney with 17.RCMCS (2-6) 62Vertus (6-3) 79Tajman Ball scored 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds for Vertus. Myles Rose scored 13 points.Jasper-Troupsburg (5-4) 54Avoca (10-0) 67LaDre Stanford recorded a quadruple-double with 27 points, 19 rebounds, 10 assists and 11 steals.Midlakes (6-3) 37Wayne (7-2) 54Braeeden Zenelovic posted a double-double for Wayne with 12 points and 15 rebounds.Newark (6-3) 64Waterloo (1-8) 37Taylor Clements paced Newark with 11 points and 13 rebounds. Brian Sharp added 14 points.Palmyra-Macedon 61Geneva 57Pal-Mac rallied from seven down in the fourth. Damien Wright netted 17. Brandon Hawkins had 16 points and Frankie Saucedo 10. Tyler Tyson scored 16 and grabbed 12 rebounds to go with six assists for Geneva.Penn Yan (5-5) 37Mynderse (11-0) 50Jake Mein recorded a double-double for Mynderse with 16 points and 12 rebounds.Bloomfield (6-4) 51Dundee (6-3) 46Trevor Hawkins netted 18 and Patrick Geitner 15 for Bloomfield.Marcus Whitman (6-2) 64South Seneca (1-9) 48Burlin Allen topped four in double figures with 19 for Marcus Whitman. Jon Donovan had 15 Riley McLoud 11 and Nick Young 10.Red Jacket (7-4) 75Naples (4-5) 72Romulus (2-8) 54Honeoye (4-6) 77Jon Marble netted 22 for Honeoye. Jonnie Viera had 14 and Max Yale 16.Notre Dame of Batavia (3-6) 47Attica (7-3) 58Owen Thompson had 25 points and 14 rebounds for Attica.Hornell (4-4) 49Wayland-Cohocton (3-7) 36Luke Smith converted 11 of 11 free throws and finished with 15 points.Livonia (6-3) 79Bath-Haverling (1-8) 36Reid VanScoter netted 24 and Ron Loomis 17 to lead Livonia.Avon (6-4) 43Caledonia-Mumford (6-3) 28Connor Taylor scored 10 for Avon. Ian Lenhardt had 10 points and 17 rebounds in a losing effort.LeRoy (3-3) 53Letchworth (1-7) 45Trailing by six, LeRoy ended the game on a 14-0 run. Josh Laurie scored 14, Ryan Boyce 13.Geneseo (5-5) 32Mt. Morris (6-3) 45Eladio Soto scored a dozen.Pavilion (5-4) 50York (9-2) 82Hunter Stella recorded a double-double for York with 13 points and 15 rebounds. Clay Cutting chipped in 25 points, seven steals and three assists. Josh Kobylanski scored 17.Perry (9-0) 64Keshequa (0-9) 2oHammond sport (4-6) 44Addison (6-2) 66Scio (6-5) 40Alfred-Almond (1-7) 44Cuba-Rushford (10-1) 75Bolivar-Richburg (6-4) 44Trevor Smith scored 21 to lead Cuba-Rushford.  Connor Fisher, Damien Wright, Eric Lewis, Scott Loforte This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Print This Post Add to Google+last_img read more