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first_img Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Add to Google+ Tuesday Wrap presented by The Men’s Room: Shadders posts double-double; Walczak tops 20 in Elba win By Nic Rohloff on February 9, 2021No Comment Subscribe by Email Connect on Linked in This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.center_img Print This Post Eastridge’s Emmanuel Leftenant (11) goes to the basket during Tuesday’s action. Batavia’s Javin McFollins (3) defends on the play. (Photo provided)BOYSFAIRPORT (0-1) 26VICTOR (1-0) 52Senior CJ James scored nine of his game-high 15 points in the second quarter. Connor Williams added 12 points and Chase Dickens 10 for the visiting Blue Devils looking to defend their Monroe County title. READ MORE. EASTRIDGE (0-1) 48BATAVIA (1-0) 52Zach Gilebarto put bookends on the performance converting a 4-point play to snap a 46-all tie with 18.8 seconds remaining and then hit a pair from the charity stripe eight seconds later to seal the win. READ MORE. IRONDEQUOIT (1-0) 55SPENCERPORT (0-1) 29Keenan Robertson dinged up his left leg at Monday’s practice and wore a wrap on it during Irondequoit’s game Tuesday night. So when the senior got an opportunity at his first dunk of the year, it was less than perfect. But the ball went through the rim for two of Robertson’s 16 points, and it was that kind of everything-goes-right sort of evening for the Eagles. READ MORE. PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (1-0) 63GREECE ATHENA (0-1) 61Senior Jaylen Moorehead finished with a game-high 24 points in the season opening win for Sutherland. Jake Preisser scored 12 of his 16 points in the second half to help close out the game. Other scorers – Sutherland: Patrick Smelt (8), Sam Pisanelli (8), and Tyler Mullin (6). James Reaves, Kenneth Freeman, and Austin Brown combined for 43 of the teams 61 points. Reaves finished with 16, Freeman totaled 15, and Brown had 12. Other scorers – Athena: Trashawn Jackson-Smith (9) and Izaiah Stewart (6).PITTSFORD MENDON (1-0) 75BROCKPORT (0-1) 49Senior Jacob Shadders dominated in the season-opener scoring a game-high 29 points alongside 10 rebounds, six assists, three steals, and one block. Shadders’s 14 first-half points helped put Mendon ahead by 17 points at the break. Sophomore Jackson Greene totaled 21 points, and scored four or more points in every quarter. Greene also grabbed seven board, dished out four assists and collected four steals. Other scorers – Mendon: Luke Hoyser (12), Brady Miller (6), and Kidder Lindley (6). Ryan Judo paced Brockport with a team-high 20 points. Other scorers – Brockport: Matt Rennie (9), Patrick Kiesaw (5), and Nate Creco (4).RUSH-HENRIETTA (1-0) 71HILTON (0-1) 39Mason Giorgione scored a team-high 18 points with 11 of them coming in the first half. Junior Tobey Wright did his damage in the second and third quarters where he score all 12 of his points. Other scorers – Rush Henrietta: Jalen House (10), Chad Thomas (7), Chris Sleeper (7), Nasir Hunter (5), and Abdulfatah Bori (5). Nick Graziano led Hilton with eight points. Other scorers- Hilton: Carter Clark (8), Preston Prince (7), Aaron Siracuse (7)WEBSTER THOMAS (1-0) 57CHURCHVILLE CHILI (0-1) 43Jackson Kulik scored a game-high 24 points, with 13 of them coming in the first half. The junior captain also grabbed 12 rebounds to complete the double-double. Webster Thomas led by nine at the half after holding Churchville to 21 and only nine in the first quarter. Shawn Mason hit three threes in the 18 point first quarter for Thomas. Mason finished with 13 points. Other scorers – Webster Thomas: Eli Adams (8), Andrew Quinn (7), Will Richardson (3), and Brian Kreger (2). Jason Gibbs scored a team-high 13 points for Churchville with 10 of them coming in the second half. Davian Pride and Joaquan Thomas each finished with eight points. Other scorers – Churchville Chili: Robert Murling (6), Gideon Todd (2), and Justin Meiske (2)GREECE OLYMPIA (0-1) 40HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (1-0) 67Honeoye Falls-Lima got out to a 20-10 lead in the first quarter behind a 10 point quarter from Nolan Smith. Smith finished with a career-high 21 points alongside 11 rebounds. Patrick Lustyk and Josh Vogt each finished with 17 points. Lustyk went 3-for-3 beyond the arc, grabbed eight boards and recorded four steals. Vogt had six rebounds alongside his 17 points. Other scorers – Honeoye Falls-Lima: Reece Joint (4), Mason Wanzenried (3), Ben Carson (3), and JT Killenbec (2). Ricky Hill and Nate Miller led the Greece Olympia offense as Hill had 12 points and Miller had 10. Other scorers – Olympia: Jahod Falson (8), Tamar Roundtree (5), and Jovon Barfield (5).ARCADIA (0-1) 53CANANDAIGUA (1-0) 76Gabe Taylor and Adam Hurlbutt led the charge in a losing effort for Arcadia. Taylor finished with a team-high 16 points while Hurlbutt ended with 15 points. Other scorers – Greece Arcadia: Vincent Cacia (9), Michael Bolger (9), and Latrell Rowe (4)GATES-CHILI (1-0) 62WEBSTER SCHROEDER (0-2) 61Adam Williams hit the game winner and scored 15 of his game-high 28 points in the fourth quarter as Gates-Chili capped a rally from a double-digit deficit. Williams connected six times from the floor in the final stanza and hit the clincher with :04 seconds on the clock. The senior forward hit a pair of 3-pointers in the final eight minutes. Teammate Andrew Newcombe had eight points, 10 assists and nine rebounds in the win. Kobe McCray connected four times from long range and finished with 18 points. Ky’Mere Meeks and Ben Carey combined for 10 points in the first quarter to pace Schroeder to an early 16-6 advantage. Meeks finished with 15 points. Luke Insley led the Warriors with 23 points. Other scorers – Gates-Chili: Blake Siplin (4) and Devon Payton (4). Schroeder: Carey (6), Nick Hauman (6), Tyler Race (3), James Knox (5) and Evan DeMocker (4).PENFIELD (1-0) 71BRIGHTON (0-1) 59Ty Salmon and RJ Wilkins scored 16 points apiece as Penfield erased a halftime deficit to win its opener. Wilkins accounted for eight points in the fourth quarter when the Patriots outscored Brighton, 23-9. Aidan Cook connected three times from behind the 3-point arc during the contest and finished with 13 points. Brady Schroeder hit twice from distance and added 10 points. Caden Harrington had eight in the win and Andrew Fallaice chipped in six. Brighton’s Nathan Martin scored 17 of his game-high 22 points in the first half to help the Bruins to a 37-29 lead at the break. Tyler Ortiz added 10 points. Thomas Passawe (6), Aidan Lazenby (6), Olin Stanat (5), Troy McPherson (3) and David Tisa, Jr. (2) also scored for Brighton.NEWARK (0-1) 54MARCUS WHITMAN (1-0) 59Jordan Lahue paced the Whitman offense scoring 35 points on eight made threes. The senior guard made four of his threes in the second quarter. Noah Hildreth complimented Lahue with 16 points including a team-high five points in the fourth quarter. Connor Tomion chipped in four points. Isaiah Camp dominated the paint for Newark scoring 11 points, grabbing 15 rebounds, and blocking six shots. Other scorers – Newark: Brayden Steve (15), and Jacob Sides (12)MYNDERSE (1-0) 65PENN YAN (0-1) 41PEMBROKE (1-0) 56LYNDONVILLE (0-1) 54ALEXANDER ()BERGEN ()KENDALL (0-1) 36WHEATLAND-CHILI (1-1) 56BRADFORD (1-0) 54ARKPORT-CANASERAGA (0-1) 45Tied at 40 at the end of regulation, Bradford outscored Arkport-Canaseraga 15-4 in overtime to win its season opener.RED JACKET ()HARLEY-ALLENDALE-COLUMBIA ()PAL-MAC (1-0) 70WATERLOO (0-1) 53ATTICA (1-0) 62HOLLEY (0-1) 27Attica’s Ayden Goll dominated on both ends of the floor as Goll scored a team-high 16 points and had six steals to go along with five rebounds. Senior Drew Cusmano posted an all-around game with 11 points, nine rebounds, five assists, and five steals. Nick Pearl dished out five assists.BATAVIA NOTRE DAME (1-0) 65OAKFIELD (0-1) 62LIVONIA (1-0) 73EAST ROCHESTER (0-1) 32AVOCA/PRATTSBURGH ()CAMPBELL-SAVONA ()HAMMONDSPORT ()ALFRED-ALMOND ()JASPER-TROUPSBURG (1-0) 64ADDISON (0-1) 45GIRLSHONEOYE (0-1) 18MARCUS WHITMAN (1-0) 54ALBION (0-1) 22ELBA (2-0) 63Senior Brynn Walczak posted a game-high 25 points in Elba’s second straight double-digit win. Walczak scored 20-plus points for the second straight game, and now averages 22.5 points.  Other scorers – Elba: Maddie Muehlig (12), Dakota Brinkman (7), and Kelsea Augello (6)FRIENDSHIP (0-1) 23WHITESVILLE (1-0) 74Sophomore Vanessa Hall doubled up Friendship’s score herself as she scored 46 points. Kennedy Bledsoe jumped in on the scoring action with 17 of her own. Other scorers – Whitesville: Gabbi Hall (4), Rachel Jackson (3), Aislinn Hamilton (2), and Brynn Scholl (2)WATERLOO (1-0) 48PALMYRA-MACEDON (0-1) 28Sophomore’s Jazzmyn Lewis and Morgan Caraballo led Waterloo in scoring with 26 combined points. Caraballo had 12 and Lewis finished with 14 of her own. Waterloo received scoring from six different players. Other scorers – Waterloo: Allie Smith (7), Giovanna White-Principio (6), Tabatha Winter (5), Natalie DiSanto (2), and McKenzie Barber (2)FILLMORE (1-0) 32ANDOVER (0-1) 17BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (1-0) 40WELLSVILLE (0-1) 33ROMULUS ()BLOOMFIELD ()BELFAST ()SCIO ()MIDLAKES (1-0) 82NEWARK (0-1) 19Midlakes dominated from start-to-finish never allowing more than eight points in a quarter. Callie Walker led the way with 16 points and eight rebounds. Cara Walker and Mary Givens each had a double-double. Walker  with 11 points and 11 rebounds, and Givens had 10 points, 12 rebounds and six assists. Midlakes outscored Newark 27-2 in the first quarter. Other scorers – Midlakes: Grace Murphy (14), and Kate Mahoney (11). Ciana Galvin led Newark with eight points.MYNDERSE (0-1) 30PENN YAN (1-0) 38HARLEY-ALLENDALE COLUMBIA (0-1) 34RED JACKET (1-0) 39Mary English led a balanced Red Jacket offense with 12 points. Ashley Reed was the only other Red Jacket in double-figures with 11. Other scorers – Red Jacket: Natalie Lecceardone (5), Olivia Hotchkiss (3), Ella Pysnack (3), Madalenn Fee (2), Isabelle McHugh (2), and Anna Penird (1). Eliza Nicosia, Anna Thomas, and Chloe Fowler were the only HAC players to score. Nicosia had a team-high 16 points, Thomas had 12, and Fowler had six points alongside seven rebounds.To report scores send photos of scorebook pages to [email protected] Tuesday Wrap presented by The Men’s Room: Shadders posts double-double; Walczak tops 20 in Elba win added by Nic Rohloff on February 9, 2021View all posts by Nic Rohloff →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentAirPhysioThis All-Natural “Lung Cleaning” Device Helps Anyone Breathe EasierAirPhysioTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat InsuranceCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensby 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 Share on Facebook Follow on Facebooklast_img read more