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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East High and Early College remain the division leaders in the Rochester City Athletic Conference.

Here are two head-turners inside the conference once known as the City-Catholic League and the team standings.

  • Leadership Academy, the reigning Section V Class B1 champion, won at Class AA McQuaid 96-85 on Jan. 15, despite a huge statistical double-double by Isaiah Stewart. A 6 foot-7 inch freshman, Stewart finished with 42 points and 23 rebounds, but the Leadership Academy Lions had five players score in double-digits, including senior guard Tyriek Snow (30 points). 
  • This should be a challenging week for Edison (11-3). The Inventors play Aquinas (10-1), the reigning Section V Class AA champion that has a win at Fairport on its resume this season, at home 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20. Edison then hosts rival East (11-1), 6:15 pm. on Jan. 22.  

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Rochester City Athletic Conference
Boys Basketball Standings As of 1/18
Division A League Overall
East (7-1) (12-1)
McQuaid (6-2) (8-4)
Wilson (6-2) (7-6)
Edison (6-3) (11-3)
Monroe (1-7) (3-9)
Division B League Overall
Early College Prep (5-4) (8-5)
Leadership (5-4) (7-6)
School of the Arts (3-6) (6-7)
NE College Prep (3-6) (7-7)
Franklin (1-8) (4-11)
Independent Overall Overall
World of Inquiry (8-6) (8-6)
Leadership Academy senior guard Tyriek Snow shooting over East High's Brian Alexander earlier this season.

Leadership Academy senior guard Tyriek Snow shooting over East High’s Brian Alexander earlier this season.

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