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    Home / College Guide / Montage Wealth Management Friday Wrap: Whelehan dials long distance as Hilton ed
     Posted on Saturday, January 15 @ 00:00:05 PST
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    BOYS EDISON TECH (9-4) 65 WILSON MAGNET (5-5) 57 Four minutes remained in the third quarter of Friday’s Rochester City Athletic Conference (RCAC) matchup with Wilson Magnet clinging to a slim three-point advantage. Edison Tech’s Tyler Bethea had gone to the bench with four fouls. Reggie Simmons turned to ninth-grader Jabric Larkins.VICTOR #23RACHEL GILL TRIES TO GET AROUND JACKIE FUNK #13 Seven possessions later, the Inventors had a lead they did not surrender, and Larkins played the starring role. READ MORE . FAIRPORT (4-4) 46 HILTON (5-5) 49 OT Michael Whelehan finished with a game-high 18 and hit four 3-pointers including the game-tying bucket to send the Cadets to overtime. The junior guard then connected one more from distance to tie game again before Preston Prince took over with two buckets, and Greyson Trubia converted one of two free throws. The win was the third straight for Hilton. Prince scored 16 points in the game. Trubia and John Bianchi scored three points apiece. Derek Covey accounted for eight. Riley Pendleton connected from the charity stripe. Zac Ditzel and Wallace Rahmaan both scored 10 points to lead Fairport. Josh Knapp added seven. Alex Hill and Jake Koonmen scored six apiece.

    Bruce Wilder accounted for five points. Aidan White scored two. IRONDEQUOIT (8-2) 85 GATES-CHILI (3-7) 58 A back and forth game for two-plus quarters, Irondequoit closed the third frame on a 16-3 run on the way to its sixth straight win. Trailing 44-41, Ryan Heath keyed the run with eight of his game-high 29 points. Evan Leonardo hit back-to-back threes as part of his 11-point night. Heath used his quickness from the guard position to get in the lane and score at the rim on numerous occasions throughout the night. Xavier Gissendanner added 22 points for the Eagles while Damon Brumfield chipped in 13. Kenyen Lovett (4), Ryan Boe (3), Owen Salerno (2) and Myron Thompson (2) rounded out the scoirng for Irondequoit. Ryan Santiago had 17 points including five three-point baskets while Cameron Browns scored 15 for Gates-Chili. Sammuel Seymour accounted for seven points while Owen Howard (6), Kani Mitchem (6), Richard Stevenson (4) and James Connelly (3) also scored for Gates. [VIEW MORE DENNIS JOYCE PHOTOS HERE.] PENFIELD (3-7) 35 VICTOR (11-0) 41 Phil Nwugwo scored four of his game-high 16 points in the fourth quarter when Victor erased a one-point deficit to stay undefeated. Nick Leonard scored all three of his points in the decisive stanza.

    AJ Queri finished with eight points. Cam Ryan had seven. Ryan Dodge (3), Brennan Hopkins (2) and Jonah Whittier (2) also scored for the Blue Devils. Penfield’s Aiden Cook connected on a pair of 3-pointers and led the Patriots with 10 points. Caden Harrington and Charles MacDougall-Knapp both had eight points. Matt Karpen scored five. Daniel Gregory and Derek Torres both chipped in two. EASTRIDGE (9-0) 59 BATAVIA (2-7) 47 GREECE ODYSSEY (0-11) 48 GREECE OLYMPIA (7-3) 76 PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (6-3) 39 BROCKPORT (3-9) 37 CANANDAIGUA (6-3) 36 PITTSFORD MENDON (10-0) 72 SPENCERPORT (2-11) 60 BRIGHTON (7-3) 65 VERTUS (4-6) 73 EARLY COLLEGE (1-5) 54 ROCHESTER ACADEMY CS (9-0) 79 C.G. FINNEY (3-10) 27 WAYNE (7-4) 51 PENN YAN (6-4) 52 PALMYRA-MACEDON () GENEVA () NEWARK (7-5) 44 DANSVILLE (8-3) 33 MARION (3-7) 38 LYONS (10-0) 84 AVON () 48 LE ROY () 46 KESHEQUA () 33 CALEDONIA-MUMFORD () 88 PAVILION () 39 YORK () 62 PERRY () MOUNT MORRIS () LETCHWORTH () 65 GENESEO () 74 LIVONIA () 60 WAYLAND-COHOCTON () 73 HORNELL () 68 WELLSVILLE () 64 ADDISON () ARKPORT-CANASERAGA () GIRLS AQUINAS () 77 EDISON () 11 VICTOR () 53 PENFIELD () 49 HILTON () 56 FAIRPORT () 73 CHURCHVILLE-CHILI () WEBSTER THOMAS () GREECE OLYMPIA () 72 GREECE ODYSSEY () 40 BATAVIA () EASTRIDGE () RUSH-HENRIETTA (4-5) 40 WEBSTER SCHROEDER (7-3) 61 Mariah Watkins scored eight of her team-high 17 points in the first quarter when Schoreder jumped out to a 23-12 lead.

    Julie Perales had 12 points in the win while Andraia DiPisa and Bria Watkins added nine apiece. Sarah Ferruzza had eight, Ava Gallup scored four. Molly Broccolo had two points. The win was the fourth straight for Schroeder. Rush-Henrietta’s Avery Roberts finished with a game-high 19 points for the Royal Comets. Ava Santiago scored seven. Alivia Day had five, and Ashlyn Roberts scored four. Alison Utter hit a 3-pointer, and Ally Garrett hit two free throws. GENEVA () 12 PALMYRA-MACEDON () 70 PENN YAN () 41 WAYNE () 20 NAPLES () BLOOMFIELD () SOUTH SENECA () 57 HONEOYE () 20 MARCUS WHITMAN () 37 DUNDEE/BRADFORD () 48 ROMULUS () RED JACKET () HARLEY-ALLENDALE-COLUMBIA () 47 NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT () 35 WATERLOO () 49 MYNDERSE () 42 WILLIAMSON () MARION () EAST ROCHESTER () 55 GANANDA () 46 PAVILION () 27 YORK () 53 LE ROY () 48 AVON () 54 PERRY () 53 MOUNT MORRIS () 21 GENESEO () 43 LETCHWORTH () 28 WAYLAND-COHOCTON () LIVONIA () ELBA () 47 ALEXANDER () 41 HOLLEY () BATAVIA-NOTRE DAME () PEMBROKE () 48 BYRON-BERGEN () 58 KENDALL () 54 LYNDONVILLE () 38 BOLIVAR-RICHBURG () 29 ANDOVER/WHITESVILLE () 62 SCIO () HINSDALE () To report scores, please email photos of that night’s scorebook pages to scores.

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