No. 9 Victor upsets No. 1 Hilton in girls basketball

No. 9 Victor upsets No. 1 Hilton in girls basketball

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No. 9 Victor upsets No. 1 Hilton in girls basketball

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Kate Leonard scored 12 points off the bench and Fran Valenti made four free throws in the final minute to seal Victor’s 42-34 upset of top-seeded Hilton in a Section V Class AA2 quarterfinal on Thursday.

Jessica Dow also had a pair of free throws in the final minute and the No. 9 Blue Devils (6-14) made 15 of 18 for the game.

Leonard also had eight rebounds and Dow added four steals.

V 5 15 10 12 42
H 11 8 6 9 34

VICTOR: Jessica Dow 6, Alex Gelinas 3, Kirsten Haggerty 2, Alexis Hutto 4, Kate Leonard 12, Kristen Simmons 0, Mary Turner 4, Fran Valenti 11.

HILTON: Lauren Anten 8, Kelsey Brinkel 3, Cameron Graupman 1, Amy Hasenauer 12, Stephanie Herbert 2, Maria Jackson 0, Bryn Mulholland 8, Samantha Schiano 0, Ally Strauss 0.

3-point goals: Gelinas, Hasenauer 2.

No. 5 Greece Athena 39, No. 4 East 38

Senior Christina Leonardo hit a 3-pointer with 38 seconds left to break a 36-36 tie and lift Athena (10-9).

Leonardo scored all eight of the Trojans’ points in the fourth quarter.

East, the defending Class AA state champions, tied the score late with an 8-0 run.

GA 9 11 11 8 39
E 11 6 10 11 38

GREECE ATHENA: Sara Ciotti 0, Stef Drago 4, Lauren Kelly 4, Christina Leonardo 17, Ajia McIntyre 5, Kierstin O’Leary 0, Carina Pringle 5, Jayme Puppetelli 2, Taylor Sheehan 2, Bria Wilson 0, Brooke Testa 0.

EAST: Breyanna Cason 9, Khamia Gause 4, Taylor Hosbey 12, Tarainsh Jackson 5, Gymmika Manor 0, Imani Thomas 0, Kenya Williams 8.

3-point goals: Leonardo 4, McIntyre, Pringle, Cason, Jackson, Williams 2.

No. 2 Irondequoit 57,
No. 10 Brockport 31

Jen Reininger scored a team-high 12 points to lead balanced Irondequoit (15-4).

The Eagles had 11 players score, including Abby White, who had eight points and five assists.

B 9 8 8 6 31
I 22 10 16 9 57

BROCKPORT: Rachel Benedict 7, Brionna Blocker 14, Cassie Brew 0, Allison Danielak 3, Ashley Danielak 0, Amanda Tindel 2, Megan Tindel 2, Delaney Voorhies 1, Amanda Wetzler 2.

IRONDEQUOIT: Savannah Crocetti 4, Miani Cylear 4, Danielle Gamble 2, Kylee Kanealey 8, Mandy Napierala 3, Lauren Ochs 8, Jen Reininger 12, Jourdan Roemer 3, Abby White 8, Tatijana Zitz 3, Quinn Melidona 2, McKala Schafer 0.

3-point goals: Roemer, White 2, Zitz.

No. 3 Mercy 61,
No. 6 Spencerport 54

Julia Delgatti scored eight of her career-high 21 points in the fourth quarter for Mercy (13-6), which trailed by as many as 11 in the first half.

S 17 16 13 8 54
M 11 17 15 18 61

SPENCERPORT: Caitie Broderick 22, Sabrina DeBellis 5, Allie Dobles 2, Emily Leone 14, Jackie Marasco 0, Christa White 9, Chelsey Wilbern 2.

MERCY: Mia Caterisano 3, Danielle Cleary 3, Julia Delgatti 21, Danielle Fuss 14, Rose Hefferon 0, Megan Hobler 0, Erin Kosciewicz 0, Lauren Nugent 4, Angelina Spampinato 6, Rachel Vespucci 2, Jayla Miles 8.

3-point goals: Broderick 4, DeBellis, Fuss 4.

No. 1 Gates Chili 64, No. 8 Webster Schroeder 30

Junior Samantha Helier recorded 11 points and seven rebounds while Diona Johnson added 15 points and eight rebounds to lead Gates Chili (19-0).

Kori Bayne-Walker chipped in 14 points and five assists for the Spartans.

WS 8 6 6 10 30
GC 14 14 21 15 64

WEBSTER SCHROEDER: Charlotte Caldwell 2, Christina Carosa 2, Janelle Covert 0, Brooke Ervin 14, Megan Kloosterman 0, Emma Merkey 8, Olivia Ouelette 0, Casey Roux 0, Ashley Sierens 4, Danielle Testa 0, Doreen Viehmann 0.

GATES CHILI: Kori Bayne-Walker 14, Cierra Dillard 8, Samantha Heiler 11, Deja Johnson 6, Diona Johnson 15, Sarah Lacey 2, Sarah Pittman 4, Sedria Thomas 0, Lydia Thomas 4.

3-point goals: Ervin, Heiler, Johnson.

No. 2 Penfield 76,
No. 7 Edison 20

Lucy Covley scored nine of her 19 points in the first quarter to lead the Patriots (16-3).

E 0 7 3 10 20
P 27 12 26 11 76

EDISON: Brittani Campbell 6, Rebecca Cray 0, Mo Green 3, Davida Jones 0, Aveaun Powell 6, Mike’ll Tyler 5, Tareya Hopkins 0.

PENFIELD: Alexa Bartosiewicz 2, Sandra Catanzaro 3, Lucy Covley 19, Leah Crockett 8, Margaret Fitzpatrick 2, Alicia Flanagan 4, Margot Hetzke 12, Katie Kayes 4, Kasey Kelleher 2, Jessica Landuyt 2, Sheila Nesselbush 12, Michelle Nesselbush 4, Shannon Nesselbush 2.

3-point goals: Catanzaro, Covley.

No. 3 Webster Thomas 56, No. 6 Fairport 41

Senior Kara Houppert finished with 23 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals to lead Thomas to a school-record 15th win.

Julia Bender pulled down 10 rebounds for the Titans (15-4).

F 9 6 11 15 41
WT 6 14 16 20 56

FAIRPORT: Caroline Dalton 18, Kristen Koch 6, Carlie Masino 0, Ashley Oriel 0, Alyssa Rusinko 0, Laura Valente 6, Caroline White 6, Ally Williams 5.

WEBSTER THOMAS: Julia Bender 12, Amber Breedy 0, Kerianne Coulon 4, Candaisy Crawford 11, Allie Diehl 4, Kara Houppert 23, Emily Resnick 2.

3-point goals: Dalton, Valente 2, Williams, Bender, Crawford, Diehl, Houppert.

No. 5 Rush-Henrietta 53, No. 4 School of the Arts 19

Emily Nestler and Sarah Sweazy each scored 12 points for R-H (12-7), which scored the first 21 points of the game.

R-H 18 8 16 11 53
SOTA 0 3 7 9 19

RUSH-HENRIETTA: Cady Crooks , Zana Dillard 7, Brittney Hegarty 5, Morgan Johnson 3, Destinee Johnson 0, Tessa Mitchell 0, Emily Nestler 12, Sarah Sweazy 12, Nicole Turley 10, Alyssa VanRyne 4, Katie Kelly 0, Destiny Harp-Zorilla 0.

SCHOOL OF THE ARTS: Precious Adams 7, Shamiya Andrews 2, Ashley Brand 0, Yaundrell Dixon 0, Krystal Hunter 0, Tamia Jones 8, Caneia Titus 2, Dorothy Wright 0.

3-point goals: Hegarty.

No. 2 Honeoye Falls-Lima 58, No. 10 Canandaigua 36

Senior forward Nicole Davis led HF-L (13-6) with 19 points and 16 rebounds.

C 12 12 3 9 36
HFL 15 18 14 11 58

CANANDAIGUA: Michelle Broderick 2, Deanna Castle 0, Alexandra Cecere 3, Katherine Erdle 0, Alexandra Fitzgerald 6, Janae Guy 3, Jordan Johnson 6, Megan Johnston 0, Brianna Pfeiffer 0, Dakotah Savitcheff 4, Mara Sindoni 9, Bailey Smalt 0, Emily Young 3.

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA: Cassidy Buckner 0, Mariah Cudlipp 0, Nicole Davis 19, Kelsey Jones 0, Gillian Kurtic 6, Riley Morien 9, Kelsey Muir 0, Kayla O’Connell 0, Bennett Ockun 2, Mandy Powell 10, Taylor Reed 2, Abby Tobin 10.

3-point goals: Cecere, Fitzgerald, Johnson, Tobin 2.

No. 6 Geneva 55,
No. 3 Eastridge 45

Amanda Zaremski had 18 points for the Lancers (12-7).

G 19 12 13 11 55
E 17 9 3 16 45

GENEVA: Alisia Griffin 11, Erin Guinan 10, Bethanny Jolly 6, Janee Joyner 0, Eliza Maher 12, Mia Morrison 16, Briyana Sapp 0, Rebecca Smith 0, Samantha TenEyck 0.

EASTRIDGE: Jessica Campbell 8, Rachel Campbell 12, Staci Christ 2, Asuman Ersoy 0, Jamie Klemp 0, Emily Piacentini 5, Johanna Rafoth 0, Amanda Zaremski 18.

3-point goals: Guinan 2, Maher 2, Campbell 2, Zaremski 5.

No. 4 Pittsford Sutherland 56, No. 5 Wayne 46

Liz Greendyke totaled 18 points, 8 rebounds and 4 steals, and Sutherland (11-8) used a 10-0 run in the fourth quarter to surge ahead.

W 14 8 12 12 46
PS 11 20 9 16 56

WAYNE: Alexis Best 4, Taylor Corts 2, Hunter Culbertson 6, Emma Guy 4, Shyana McLeod 10, Morgan Panepento 0, Bailey Pratt 6, L. Hammar 6, A. Schmid 8.

PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND: Bayley Axelrod 11, Santita Ebangwese 10, Liz Greendyke 18, Audrey Jacobson 12, Abby Judd 3, Lia Odorisi 0, Allie Panara 0, Holly Turner 2, Tori Wehner 0.

3-point goals: Axelrod, Greendyke 4, Jacobson 2.

No. 1 Pittsford Mendon 72, No. 9 Brighton 27

Kelsey Julien recorded a season-high 19 points and grabbed seven rebounds, while Lauren D’Hont added 16 points and nine rebounds to pace Mendon (18-1).

B 4 11 8 4 27
PM 21 22 12 17 72

BRIGHTON: Annie DiPasquale 3, Julie Fedick 0, Mary Flanagan 0, Katie Jaekel 3, Carrie Leyens 1, Kiera Lorenzo 6, Carly Randall 0, Andrea Stekl 8, Sara Tullio 2, Kat Vernon 0, Brooke Wolff 4.

PITTSFORD MENDON: Alex Cain 0, Courtney Case 5, Abi Cullinan 0, Lauren D’Hont 16, Maddy Ferris 2, Julia Gordon 0, Ka’ayla Jones 0, Kelsey Julien 19, Darby Kreienberg 2, Belle Leon 0, Erin Lyons 14, Alley Phillips 8, Kristin Powers 4, Anna Valentine 2.

3-point goals: Jaekel, Lorenzo 2, D’Hont, Julien 5.

No. 1 Whitesville 52,
No. 9 Northstar 24

Rikki Ellison recorded 13 points and 15 rebounds Whitesville (17-2).

N 6 2 4 12 24
W 19 11 5 17 52

NORTHSTAR: Marissa Boshnack 1, Taylor Harris 12, Lily McDonald 0, Kalani Morris 2, Madison Motsay 2, Jamilah Moussa 3, Mary Roberts 2, Brianna Wing 2.

WHITESVILLE: Amanda Wahl 15, Savannah Simons 9, Rebekah Waters 1, Sara Kuhn 9, Erika Lewis-Ellison 5, Rikki Ellison 13.

3-point goals: Wahl, Simons, Ellison.

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