East Rochester boys hoops defeat Early College International in OT

East Rochester boys hoops defeat Early College International in OT

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East Rochester boys hoops defeat Early College International in OT

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Austin Peterson hit a layup after catching a full-court pass from Zach Hauser in the final second of overtime to lift East Rochester past Early College International in non-league basketball Friday.

Hauser was the starting quarterback on ER/Gananda’s Section V football championship team this past fall.

Devante Walker made a free throw to tie the game at 61-61 with 6.8 seconds left for Early College (1-2).

Walker stole the inbounds pass on the ensuing possession and made one free throw after being fouled with one second left.

Phineas Jocques had nine points and 10 rebounds for ER.

EC 15 10 15 16 6 62
ER 12 16 13 15 7 63

EARLY COLLEGE: Jordan Bailey 0, DaShawn Blocker 5, Charles Brown 3, Arie Buckhalter 10, Hadlee Howell 2, Will McKenzie 11, Anthony Monroe 13, Eric Murray 11, Devante Walker 7, Quinton Wynn 0.

EAST ROCHESTER: Max Argento 6, Zach Hauser 9, Phineas Jocques 10, Tre Miller 11, Austin Peterson 16, Justin Reho 9, Kyle Walsh 0, Kendrick Watson 2.

3-point goals: Blocker, Brown, Monroe 3, Murray, Argento 2, Miller 2.

Scott Peterson had 15 points and 12 rebounds for Greece Odyssey (3-1).

E 7 11 12 21 51
O 15 15 12 18 60

EASTRIDGE: Nate Corbett 8, Zach Haugh 18, Brandon Hutchinson 5, Alec Mortillaro 6, Armando Ortiz 0, Jayshawn Pinkard 11, Kevin Sprague 0, Ty’Shun Walker 0, Trevone McCall.

ODYSSEY: Remy Allen 8, Jacob Dixon 14, Tyler Foreman 0, Jamie Magone 0, Jonathan Moriarty 2, Scott Peterson 15, Jake Phelan 7, Evan Spencer 2, Chris Tomasso 12.

3-point goals: Dixon 3, Peterson, Tomasso 3.

Emett Peters finished with 24 points and 13 rebounds for R-H (2-1).

V 20 7 9 12 48
R 20 19 17 13 69

VICTOR: Luke Bleier 17, David Cardillo 0, Nick Edgar 0, Michael Famurewa 2, Grant Hildman 0, Stephen Page 4, Conor Powers 10, Luis Rivera 15, Jonny Simmons 0, Dale Wickham 0.

RUSH HENRIETTA: Bay Barley 2, Juwan Beale 11, John Burczak 4, Danny Drummond 12, Jacob Fraser 0, Will Hall 4, Chancellor Harris 6, Kevin Huang 0, Wayne Levert 0, Emett Peters 24, Reggie Robinson 3, Daundre Swain 0, Steve Zarzycki 3.

3-point goals: Rivera, Beale, Burczak, Zarzycki.

Eli Jones finished with 33 points and Joe Masino chipped in 16 points to lead Fairport (5-0).

Robert Aguilera had 14 points and nine blocked shots for Thomas (2-1).

F 23 21 17 22 83
W 14 18 22 9 63

FAIRPORT: Alex Doche 15, Eli Jones 33, Ryan Landers 2, Joe Masino 16, Maleek Mason 3, Michael Pelin 0, Adam Pelusio 0, Adam Pries 0, Elijah Salstrom 0, Brian Sortino 8, Ben Wahl 0, Keyon Wilson 2, Willie Wilson 0.

WEBSTER THOMAS: Devon Adjei 5, Robert Aguilera 14, Tyler Carges 10, Eric Dawson 0, Jeff Kmiecinski 0, Kellen Maloney 0, Stone Meleca 3, Nick Neamtu 9, Isaac Nee 0, Conor O’Grady 8, Matt Squilla 0, Spenser Thomas 14, Trevor Thomas 0, Corey Weeks 0.

3-point goals: Doche, Masino 4, Adjei, Neamtu, O’Grady, Thomas 4.

Scotty Eisenmenger scored nine of 11 points in the first quarter as Hilton (3-1) jumped out to a 29-13 lead.

B 13 2 5 12 32
H 24 15 14 6 59

BROCKPORT: Alex Alvarez 2, Jordan Blocker 4, Nathanial Caleb 6, Donald Cook 4, Cody Gould 0, Taylor Haug 0, Michael Myers 4, Zach Sodoma 0, Mike Sweeting 5, Andrew Zimmer 7, Denzel Knight 0.

HILTON: Jack Anten 5, Zack Coleman 2, Scott Eisenmenger 11, Tyler Farrell 5, Nick Hagen 2, Ricky Lipani 0, DJ Logory 10, Chris Marciano 0, Andy Miller 9, Nick Prince 5, Nick Ross 4, Jahleek Stevenson 2, Tyler Updyke 4.

3-point goals: Caleb, Zimmer, Anten, Farrell, Miller, Prince.

Kalifonte Russell hit a shot to give the Spartans a 65-63 lead with nine seconds remaining.

Mike Lacey scored 19 points for the Spartans (1-3).

Anthony Lewis scored a game-high 27 points for the Saints (0-5).

G 10 13 20 22 65
C 11 15 15 23 64

GATES CHILI: Kendall Blue 8, Mike DiPonzio 5, Jabari Hibbert 7, Rodney Holmes 2, Mike Lacey 19, Miles McGregor 11, Martin Peace 0, Kalifonte Russell 13.

CHURCHVILLE-CHILI: Austen Correia 2, Nicholas Kehl 1, Isaiah Lewis 4, Anthony Lewis 27, Kyle McCane 0, Tyreke Mims 0, Rashaad Richardson 17, Cameron Shipley 11, Luke Tomczyk 2.

3-point goals: Lacey, McGregor, Lewis 5.

Deion Hamilton finished with a game-high 16 points to pace Greece Athena (5-0).

S 13 14 12 11 50
G 22 24 23 19 88

SPENCERPORT: Terrance Bell 2, Mike DeBack 5, Geoff Dear 12, Jon Gill 0, Sean Lander 4, Devon Marshall 4, Brandon Marshall 4, Shawn Martin 10, Jake O’Connell 6, Kevin Reese 3.

GREECE ATHENA: Basem Ashkar 0, Frank Carnavale 2, Zac DiSalvo 11, Peter Florin 11, Shawn Gaines 8, Deion Hamilton 16, Kyle Kubanka 0, Anthony Lamb 15, Nick Marlin 10, Jay Sarkis 9, Braxton Wilson 6.

3-point goals: DeBack, Reese, Gaines 2, Hamilton 2, Lamb, Sarkis.

Webster Schroeder 64, Penfield 57

Mitchell Herman and Emmitt Holt each scored 16 points for Webster Schroeder (4-0), which opened the second half on a 10-0 run.

Andre Lee scored a game-high 23 points for Penfield (2-2).

W 8 17 24 15 64
P 13 12 11 21 57

WEBSTER-SCHROEDER: Andrew Bardusch 0, Gunner Blaise 13, Jake Boone 0, Ryan Harris 0, Mitchell Herman 16, Emmitt Holt 16, Jordan Lawrence 0, Justin Maggio 9, Alvin Sosa 1, David Wanits 9.

PENFIELD CENTRAL: Alex Bezek 5, Mitch Cote 10, Andre Lee 23, Mike Manou 0, Jake Paladino 3, Brian Reed 7, Dahnny Rogers 3, Lorenzo Stallworth 6.

3-point goals: Blaise 2, Herman 4, Maggio 3, Bezek , Cote 2, Lee 2.

Tyler Stenglein had all 17 of his points in the second half for Irondequoit (3-1).

Matt Sullivan had 13 points and 14 rebounds for Mendon (2-2).

I 13 5 12 20 50
P 7 9 11 15 42

IRONDEQUOIT: Dylan Harrington 0, Derrick Kemp 3, Antonio McIntyre 5, Kyle Napierala 10, Myles Nicholas 0, Cameron Shafer 3, Wyatt Smith 12, Tyler Stenglein 17, Tyrik Walker 0.

PITTSFORD MENDON: Nick Baglieri 16, Matt D’Amico 3, Mark Davis 4, Nick Keneally 0, Justin Ruback 4, Dave Singh 0, Matt Sullivan 13, Jake Volker 2.

3-point goals: Napierala 2, Stenglein 2, D’Amico.

Franklin 64, Edison 50

Quadrelle Roberts finished with 17 points and eight assists and Dan Andrews chipped with eight points and 12 rebounds for Franklin (2-2).

Keefa McCullough led Edison with 20 points and Raliek Redd added 16 for the Inventors (2-1).

F 15 18 12 19 64
E 10 13 16 11 50

FRANKLIN: Dan Andrews 8, Carey Bedell 4, Diamante Brown 1, Chris Green 5, Damond King 14, Ralik Mixon 9, Quadrelle Roberts 17.

EDISON: Denzel Mays 4, Raliek Redd 16, Kamren Small 5, Quan Colbert 4, Isaiah Funderburk 1, Keefa McCullough 20.

3-point goals: Andrews, Mixon, Roberts 2, Redd 2, McCullough 2.

Jake Fenlon had 15 points and Zack Ayers added 13 rebounds for McQuaid (4-1).

M 9 12 7 5 33
N 16 6 14 8 44

MCQUAID: Zack Ayers 9, Jake Fenlon 15, Savier Kerns 0, Derrick Members 0, Colin Murphy 0, Cory Parker 2, Miles Powe 0, Charlie Zaepfel 7.

NAZARETH: James Chandler 5, Samson Usilo 19, Samson Akiko 10, James Duncan 5, Al Khudlaidi 5.

3-point goals: Fenlon 4, Duncan.

Junior Dontay Caruthers finished with 26 points, 10 assists and 5 steals for the Orientals (4-0).

Akinlowan Robinson led the Wildcats (3-1) with 20 points.

W 16 10 12 10 48
E 10 16 14 12 52

WILSON: Michael Burgess 2, Troy Frierson 8, Jevis White 7, Dajar Johnson 0, Akinlowan Robinson 20, Mark Calloway 3, Earl English 8, Sam Jacobs 0.

EAST: Dontay Caruthers 26, Jonathan Hansen-Moody 7, Trevon Oliver 4, Devante Higgins 0, Anthony Johnson 4, Angel Liranzo 0, Rahkeem Dickerson 0, Tommie Banks 1, Khahil Hancock 10.

3-point goals: Frierson, White, Robinson 4, Caruthers, Hansen-Moody.

Maliki Wilkinson finished wtih 20 points and 17 rebounds for NE/NW (1-3).

N 19 18 21 14 72
M 10 7 12 13 42

NE/NW: Chad Cole 7, Jaheel Collins 7, Justice White 9, Anthony Jackson 3, Demetrius Pettway 12, Maliki Wilkinson 20, Aaron Meeks 2, Breon Johnson 2, Torry Wright 10.

MONROE: Daquan Brown-Junious 5, Josh Zayas 3, William Rudolph 6, Romell Thomas 2, Christian Bennett 0, Carlee Ellis 8, Khaos Gray 5, Trayvon Holt 6, Emmanuel Pimentel 0, Ahmirr Ellis 2, Latroy Willingham 0, Ahmaad Ellis 5.

3-point goals: Cole, Collins, White 3, Pettway.

Charlotte 76, Marshall/Freddie Thomas 71

Senior Kievonn Banks matched his career-high with 40 points, including 23 in the second half, for the Lakesiders (3-1).

Banks scored 40 points against Churchville-Chili last week.

Senior Dennis Felder finished with 11 points and 11 blocks for the Jurists (1-5).

C 12 21 21 22 76
M 16 15 16 24 71

CHARLOTTE: Kievonn Banks 40, Malik Herring 12, Rayqwaun Blocker 2, Victor Caldwell 2, Raekwan Curry 0, Bennie Dukes 0, Demetrius Gettys 2, Devante Hagins 12, Tyreik Snow 6.

MARSHALL/FREDDIE THOMAS: Brandon Charles 21, Jaquan Allen 3, Khalil Hancock 3, Shai’Quan Nicholson 27, Dennis Felder 11, Markiest Hartfield 6, Troy Arline 0.

3-point goals: Banks 6, Hagins 2, Allen, Nicholson 3.

Webster Thomas 2, Canandaigua 0

Ben Monroe and Ryan Kane scored first-period goals to power Thomas (5-1).

Pittsford 4, Shenendehowa-II 1

Andrew Scuncio tallied two goals and an assist for Pittsford (3-1).

Saratoga Springs-II 2, Churchville-Chili 1

Tyler Bullard scored 19 seconds into overtime to lift Saratoga Springs (5-0), the defending Division I state champion.

Sam Cammilleri scored to tie the game at 12:58 of the third period for the Saints (4-1).

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