Rochester City Athletic Conference high school basketball standings

Rochester City Athletic Conference high school basketball standings

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Rochester City Athletic Conference high school basketball standings

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Here are this week’s standings for the Rochester City Athletic Conference high school boys basketball league, once known as the City-Catholic, along with in-season capsules of the teams at Edison Tech, Leadership Academy and McQuaid.

Edison defeated McQuaid, 59-54, Dec. 8. The teams, which are separated by a half-game in the RCAC’s Division A, play at McQuaid at 7 p.m. Jan. 12.

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Rochester City Athletic Conference
Boys Basketball Standings As of 1/3
Division A League Overall
East (5-0) (7-0)
Edison (4-1) (8-1)
McQuaid (3-1) (5-3)
Wilson (2-2) (3-6)
Monroe (1-4) (3-5)
Division B League Overall
Early College Prep (4-1) (6-2)
Leadership (3-2) (4-4)
School of the Arts (2-3) (3-4)
NE College Prep (1-5) (4-6)
Franklin (0-6) (2-8)
Independent Overall Overall
World of Inquiry (6-2) (6-2)
Edison's Raliek Redd, right, averaged 20 points and five assists last year.

Edison’s Raliek Redd, right, averaged 20 points and five assists last year.

Edison Tech Inventors

Coach: Jacob Scott, eighth year.

Current record: 8-1.

Classification/2014-15 finish: AA/lost to Fairport in AA quarterfinals.

Starters back: Raliek Redd, 6-1 senior G; Christian Allen, 6-4 sr. F; Remone Williams, 5-6 sr. G.

Starting lineup: Donte Crumpler, 6-5 sr. F; Marique Simkin, 6-1 jr. G; Williams; Redd and Allen.

On the court: The Inventors are winners of their last five, before games against School of the Arts on Jan. 6 and at Wilson Jan. 8. … East High defeated Edison 93-89 Dec. 18. “It made us realize that we have to tighten up our defense,” Scott said. “We gambled so much.” Edison also missed 16 free throws, according to Scott. … Williams dealt with a bruised knee during the preseason to return to the starting lineup. … Leading scorers: Simkin (22 points per game), Crumpler (19 ppg.), and Redd (19 ppg.), who is 18 from his 1,000th.

Leadership Academy Lions

Coach: Reggie Simmons, third year (40-15).

Current record: 4-4.

Classification/2014-15 finish: B1/Section V champions lost to Syracuse Westhill in state semifinals.

Starters back: None.

Starting lineup: Tyriek Snow, 6-3, senior G; Tymeek Mackey, 6-1 jr. G; Dezmere Ellis, 5-9 soph. G; Tamar Jackson, 6-3 jr. G/F; Milton Simmons, 6-2 jr. G.

On the court: The Lions were to have one starter back, senior Keith McGee, but the 2015 Democrat and Chronicle All-Greater Rochester guard transferred to Greece Arcadia. … Three of Leadership’s losses were to Aquinas, Bishop Kearney and, without a full lineup, to Division 2 leader Rochester Early College. … “We are full-throttle,” Simmons declared. “I’m trying to mesh these guys together. We’re coming along slowly, but surely.” … Scored 114 points against Monroe at Charlotte, Leadership’s homecourt. “Even when I had all of those stars, the highest total was 99,” Simmons said. … Leading scorers: Snow (22 ppg.), Mackey (16) and Ellis (12).

McQuaid Knights 

Coach: Jack Leasure, third year (23-22).

Current record: 5-3.

Classification/2014-15 finish: AA/lost to Webster Schroeder in first round.

Starters back: Thomas Jones, 6-4 soph. G/F; Mark DiPasquale, 6-0 sr. G; Demetrius Breedlove, 6-3 sr. F.

Starting lineup: Brendan Broderick, 5-11 sr. G; Jake Purcell, 6-2 sr. G; Isaiah Stewart, 6-7 fresh. F; Cam Wilson, 6-9 jr. F; Jones and Breedlove.

On the court: The Knights won Rush-Henrietta’s tournament, including 55-43 against the host school. McQuaid put together a 14-2 run early in the fourth quarter of the championship game. … “We’re a team that is very talented but the three games that we lost (at home versus Aquinas, at Edison and at Buffalo St. Joseph’s), we were in situations our kids weren’t used to,” Leasure said. … Leasure describes a well-balanced offensive team able to turn to shooters, post players and drivers to the basket. … Outrebounded all but two opponents this season, Aquinas and Rush-Henrietta. … Buzz about the team starts with Stewart; Leasure praises the forward’s decision-making, in addition to his talent.

Cam Wilson, right, is a 6 foot-9 inch junior at McQuaid Jesuit.

Cam Wilson, right, is a 6 foot-9 inch junior at McQuaid Jesuit.

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