Section Five Boys Basketball Scores | 1/4/17

first_img Connect on Linked in Share on Facebook Add to Google+ Subscribe by Email Follow on Facebook By Paul Gotham on January 4, 2017No Comment Section Five Boys Basketball Scores | 1/4/17 center_img Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Edison Tech’s Jermell Barnes (23) battles McQuaid’s Connor Zamiara (32) for a rebound. Divine Williams (2) looks on. Edison defeated McQuaid 59-54. Photo: RON KALASINKAS. RCACEdison Tech (4-2) 59McQuaid (6-4) 54Chaz McKinney netted 10, and Marique Simkin added 17 to go with six assists. Amare Holland chipped in 14 points, six steals and eight rebounds for the Inventors.  Anthony Iglesia scored 14 for McQuaid. Divine Williams had 15.Leadership Academy (5-3) 83Monroe (5-4) 58Dezmere Ellis led all scorers with 29 and handed out eight assists for Leadership. Ty-Meek Mackie recorded a double-double with 12 points and 14 rebounds. Jacquane Reed dropped a dozen and collected four steals. Rondell Watson poured in 19 second-half points. Rayshawn Boswell scored 25 for Monroe. Chris Gibson added 12.NE Douglass CP (7-2) 51Early College (5-3) 57Early College’s Bryan Harrell notched a double-double with 19 points and 13 rebounds to go with five assists. Jagdeep Drumgoole added 13. Shandare Figgins had 12 and five assists.  Tajmin Holt scored 1,000th career point. Jiahmere Mitchell scored 22 for Monroe. Torrence Phillips chipped in with 15.Wilson-Magnet (4-6) 65Franklin (0-9) 57Wilson’s Robert Davis led all scorers with 23. Patrick Phillips recorded a double-double with 12 points and  14 rebounds. Keeshman Hendrix had 26 for Franklin.SOTA (3-6) 62East High (9-2) 96East’s Javar Collier recorded a triple-double with 11 points, 13 rebounds and 11 steals. Windell Lucas netted 32 and grabbed seven rebounds. Zion Morrison had 26 points and nine assists.PRIVATE/INDEPENDENTNorthstar Christian (6-2) 49Bishop Kearney (7-2) 77BK’S Nahziah Carter scored 20. Sheldon Adams added 17, and Jamal Fennell had 14. Shykell Brown finished with 10. Miles Brown and Matt Medeiros scored 15 apiece for Northstar Christian.MONROE COUNTYIrondequoit (9-0) 67Fairport (7-1) 63Chris Cardon found another present under the tree. Gerald Drumgoole showed the value of selective hearing. Alex Goldsberry thrived on the hype, and a battle of state-ranked teams proved worthy of any billing. READ MORE.VIEW MORE RON KALASINKAS PHOTOS HERE.Batavia (5-3) 62Pittsford-Sutherland (6-3) 67 2OTMatt Thaney connected behind the arc for the game-winner. Craig Rosen paced Sutherland with19. Kevin Ryan had 16, and Graham Schild added 10. Antwan Odom had 30 for Batavia. Tee Sean Ayala scored 14.Greece-Arcadia (2-6) 45Hilton (4-5) 50Tah-jae Hill led Hilton with 16. John Letta had 14, and Morgan Kunigan 10. Anthony Finucane led Arcadia with 14. Thomas Finnerty added 11.Churchville-Chili (1-7) 51Rush-Henrietta (4-4) 76Chris Reed recorded 16 points and eight rebounds for R-H. Wendell Felder added 12. Eric Lewis had 25 for C-C.Spencerport (3-6) 44Victor (6-2) 59Jacob DiSanto scored 16 for Victor. Tanner Hay added nine. Ryan Gentile had 23 in a losing effort.Webster-Thomas (4-5) 48Penfield (7-2) 62Mirza Mesic and Isaiah Preston netted 22 apiece for Penfield. Joe Luconte scored 15 for Thomas.Eastridge (1-8) 46Pittsford-Mendon (8-1) 77Jeremy Jacob connected six times behind the arc and finished with 20 points. Matt Powers added 18, and Taylor Genier had 15. Robby Salisbury scored 18 for Eastridge.Greece-Odyssey (3-5) 30Canandaigua (6-5) 61Carson Greene paced the Braves with 13. Dan Herrick collected eight points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals. Zach Wade had eight. John Mathis scored 10 for Odyssey.Greece-Olympia (0-8) 46Brighton (6-3) 51Isaac Nelson converted 11 of 13 free throws and finished with 23 points.Webster-Schroeder (2-7) 64Gates-Chili (3-6) 79Keith Slack led Gates-Chili with 24 points, nine rebounds and six assists. Damon Austin chipped in a dozen points. Nate Hardy had 17 for Schroeder. John Simons scored 14.Dundee (6-2) 62Romulus (2-7) 58Honeoye (3-6) 56HAC (1-6) 70Xavier Israel scored 20 for HAC. Jamarr Paisley had 18.Naples (4-4) 46Bloomfield (5-4) 61Bryce Beecher had 12 points to go with nine rebounds  and six assists for Bloomfield. Patrick Geitner scored 23.South Seneca (1-8) 50Red Jacket (6-4) 69Campbell-Savona (2-9) 67Bath-Haverling (1-7) 60Nick Harrian poured in 31 for Campbell-Savona. Tyler Brzezinski recorded a double-double (12, 12) for Bath-Haverling.LetchworthHornellPPDPavilion (5-3) 61Caledonia-Mumford (6-2) 88Cal-Mum’s Jon Bollard hit a career-high five three-pointers and scored 34. Ethan Pies had 20 points and 11 rebounds.  Dezmere Ellis, Northstar Christian, Rondell Watson, Tajmin Holt This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. 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