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Robb Delisanti APG/American Portfolios Monday Boys’ Basketball Wrap: Barone and Chapman lead Canandaigua; Totten notches 31 for Pembroke – Pickin’ Splinters

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Webster Schroeder’s Anthony DeRosa (4) looks to split the defense of Franklin’s Terence Thompson (13) and Kollin McCullough. Franklin defeated Schroeder, 75-55. (Photo: DAVE YATES)

CANANDAIGUA (15-4) 72
GREECE ARCADIA (4-15) 63
Canandaigua overcame a 16-15 first quarter deficit to win its fourth straight. Nate Barone led the comeback, scoring 10 of his 17 points on the night in the second quarter as the Gray Wolves took a 33-30 lead into the half. Canandaigua then outscored Arcadia 39-33 the rest of the way to secure the victory. Connor Chapman matched Barone in scoring with 17 points, including three from beyond the arc. George Spinelli contributed 15 points on the night, while Joe Caito (7), Isaac Parsons (6), and Nate Brinza (4). Drew Williamee, Rhyder Lewis, and Jeremiah Laird had two points each. Xavier Smith led Arcadia with 20 points, with Drake Sapp (19), Jakson Schweigert (10), and Lincoln Fling (10) joining him in double-digits. Jordan Roberson contributed two points.

WEBSTER SCHROEDER (13-6) 55
FRANKLIN (12-6) 77
Clinging to a one-point lead at 43-42 late in the third quarter, Thompson finished in the lane then converted a 1-of-2 free throws. He followed with baskets on the last three possessions of the third quarter to give Franklin a 52-44 lead. Kollin McCullough opened the fourth with a 3-pointer, and Shawn Goins followed suit with a triple of his own. The lead was double digits at 58-44. READ MORE.

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (7-12)
WILSON MAGNET (4-15)

MCQUAID (6-13) 56
VICTOR (11-8) 61
Griffen Hopkins led Victor with 18 points as the Blue Devils got back into the win column. Although their lead was cut to one by the end of the third quarter, they then outscored McQuaid 22-18 behind Cameron Ryan, who scored six of his 10 points for the night in the final minutes. Garrett Clar also registered 10 points. Nicholas Leonard (8), Brody Burgess (6), Colin Kubrich (4), Owen Dake (3), and Randy Johnson (2) landed on the scoresheet as well. Jaiyden Jones led McQuaid in scoring with 17 points, followed by Henry Fox with 15 points. Isaiah Anderson also reached double-digits, with 11. Lucas Wachter (6) and Michael Payne (5) filled out the rest of McQuaid’s scoring.

SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (8-11) 49
PENFIELD (14-5) 81
Trevor Hofer scored 10 of his game-high 21 points in the first quarter as Penfield pulled ahead to a 19-12 lead. Christian Zarzycki and Patrick Emling both put up 13 points, while Michael Moxley also reached double-digits with 10 points. Jacob Natale (5), Gabe Reyes (5), Kelsey McGraw (4), Jake McCarthy (4), James Stinebiser (3), and Henry Barber (3) rounded out scoring for the Patriots. Latrell Ingram (20) and Ishmael Gonzales (16) paced the School of the Arts offense. Sam Howland tallied five points, while Anthony Shellman (3), Henry Hawkinson (3), and Bennie Laver (2) also scored.

PENN YAN (8-11) 55
WORLD OF INQUIRY (9-11) 73
Jaeden Adams-Griffin scored 18 points as World of Inquiry led every quarter of the game en route to its third win in the last four games. Adams-Griffin also pulled down seven rebounds, recorded six assists, and made two steals. Diego Martinez (17) and Junayde Richardson (10) both reached double digits in scoring, with Martinez also tallying five assists and five steals. Justice Stubbs (8), Marcus Norwood (6), Markiest Griffin (5), De’Andre Leonard (4), Tyrone Fisher (2), Ibrahim Bangura (2), and Jazaree Willis (1) rounded out scoring for the Griffins. Liam Chapman led Penn Yan with a game-high 25 points. Matthew Tones put up 13 points, while Aven Foster (4) and Ethan Vandelinder (3) also scored.

EARLY COLLEGE (1-18) 44
LETCHWORTH (11-8) 64

IROQUOIS (VI)
NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN (8-8)

NAPLES (4-15) 40
WAYLAND-COHOCTON (2-17) 48

RED JACKET (6-13) 45
HAC (16-3) 66
HAC clinched first place in Finger Lakes West behind a 25 point, 13 rebound double-double from Harlan Novy-Marx. Novy-Marx notched six assists as well. Ryan D’Arduini added 23 to the Wolves’ total and put seven rebounds, two assists, and a block on his scoresheet. Tyler Knapp put up eight points to go with two rebounds, two assists, and two steals. James Micheal put seven points on the board, while James Dorsey contributed defensively with eight rebounds, two steals, and two blocks. Orlando Marquez contributed on four assists. Red Jacket had two players in double digits: Truman Hill (13) and Nash Fabris (11).

BLOOMFIELD (9-10) 55
SOUTH SENECA (7-13) 46
Cam Smith scored nine of his game-high 26 points in the first quarter as Bloomfield took an early lead and never looked back. Braeden Smith added nine points for the Bombers, while Grady Rogers (6), Ben Jones (5), Garion Tolbert (4), Jon Nelson (3), and Connor Moore (2) also scored. Kenny Halsey led South Seneca with 12 points. Kyan Miller (11) and Logan Laverack (10) also reached double-digits for the Falcons. Sam Dufour (4), Jayden Reed (3), Rylan Ericson (2), James Cornish (2), and Taj Amisano (2) rounded out scoring.

GANANDA (15-5) 45
EAST ROCHESTER (18-2) 54
Eli Tanner led East Rochester with 14 as the Bombers won their fourth straight and clinched the Wayne County title. Landon Wollschleger had nine points. Marlo Henry (7), Jordan Nunn (7), Justice Allen (6), Judah Tanner (5), Raydavion Allen (2) and Daniel Preston (2) rounded out scoring for East Rochester. Gananda’s Miles Caviness scored a game-high 19 points, including going 13-for-16 from the charity stripe. Brayden Dohse also reached double digits for Gananda, with 10 points. Aidan Giancursio (5), Hunter Vogt (4), Owen Switzer (3), and Cooper Grassel (2) filled out the scoresheet for Gananda.

KESHEQUA (1-18) 42
CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (5-15) 81
Nate Doll scored 31 points and recorded 14 rebounds for the double-double as the Raiders got back into the win column. Tyler Potter racked up 16 points, while Colin Foote and Braeden Fonte both reached double-digits with 10. Foote also pulled down seven rebounds. Owen Pike and Aidan Upright each had 10 points for Keshequa while Ian Hinrich scored eight and pulled down 10 boards. Dom Pruonto and Brady Woods both scored five, while Zach Smathers contributed four.

LE ROY (14-5) 66
PAVILION (8-12) 37
Merritt Holly led Le Roy back to the win column, scoring a game-high 32 points. Jean Agosto (9), Matthew Hockey (6), Zander Staba (5), Adam Woodworth (4), Aaric Luce (3), Jake Higgins (3), Alexander Spezzano (2), and Jayce Panepento (2) also scored for Le Roy. Case Cummins and Landen Stoddard led Pavilion with 15 points each. Evan Kingdon and Liam Campbell both had two points, while Brennan Royce and Ryan MacKay had a point each.

YORK (14-5) 54
HORNELL (17-3) 62
Hornell came back from being down 17-16 after the first quarter to win its sixth straight. PJ Picco (19), Wyatt Evingham (11), and Gennaro Picco (10) all reached double digits on the night, as did Xavier Patrick, who scored eight of his 10 points in the fourth quarter. Joseph Bauer led York with 19 points, followed by Parker Bonefede with 14 and Tyler Brady with 13.

KENDALL (7-12) 41
PEMBROKE (15-4) 71
Tyson Totten recorded a double-double of 31 points and 10 boards as Pembroke won its sixth straight. Avery Ferreira added 11 points, while Owen Hootman put up 10 points and pulled in nine rebounds. Jonas Rhodes had nine points for Kendall.

HOLLEY (4-14) 47
ELBA (4-15) 53

ADDISON (8-12) 45
JASPER-TROUPSBURG (11-9) 50

ALFRED-ALMOND (1-18)
CAMPBELL-SAVONA (1-18)

CUBA-RUSHFORD (12-7) 59
HOUGHTON (6-12) 33

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