Latest Scores and Updates from Section 5

Latest Scores and Updates from Section 5

Saturday, February 22

Class A2 Quarterfinal

No. 5 NE-NW College Prep 66, No. 4 Wayne 57
Senior forward Torry Wright totaled 24 points and 12 rebounds to lead NE/NW College Prep (11-8). The Panthers went 14-for-20 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to seal the win. NE/NW led by two going into the fourth quarter and pulled away in the early stages. Mike Hollenbeck had all 15 of his points in the second half for Wayne (13-6).

No. 2 Newark 82, No. 7 Greece Olympia 62
Micah Wright totaled 21 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists to pace Newark (17-2). Zeron Bratcher added 13 points for the Reds, who built a double-digit lead by the end of the third quarter. Keon Dunbar had 32 points for Olympia (6-13).

Friday, February 21

Class C2 Quarterfinal

No. 4 Lyons 58, No. 5 Kendall 50
Damion Scott scored 22 points to lead Lyons (13-6). D.J. Long totaled 16 points and T.J. Smith had eight points and 10 rebounds in the win. Garrett Love had 16 points for Kendall (12-7).

No. 3 University Prep 75, No. 6 Pal-Mac 71
Marique Simkin and Cameron Myles combined for 11 of University Prep’s 13 points in overtime. The Griffins (12-7) trailed by five with a little over a minute left in regulation, but forced some turnovers and got a three-point play from Jordan Marshall to take a brief one-point lead. Myles finished with 18 points 14 rebounds and 4 blocks. Marshall chipped in 17 points with 11 rebounds.

Class B2 Quarterfinal

No. 3 North Rose-Wolcott 60, No. 6 Attica 31

Tyler Norris finished with 17 points and seven rebounds and Chris Dean had 12 points, 10 rebounds and 4 blocks for NR-W (14-5). Garrett Hoyt added nine point for the Cougars, which had a 30-13 lead at halftime. Zack Kozma recorded 12 points and eight rebounds for Attica (12-7).

Class C1 Quarterfinal

No. 2 East Rochester 73, No. 7 Williamson 51
Tre Miller finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds and Zack Houser added 12 points and 10 rebounds for ER (16-3). ER’s pressure defense caused eight turnovers in the first quarter, leading to a 20-2 lead and a 44-18 lead at halftime. Justin Reho recorded 15 points and five steals for the Bombers. Bennett Schoonerman scored 14 points and Mitch Steurrys added 13 points for Williamson (4-16).

Girls Varsity Basketball

Saturday, February 22

Class C1 Quarterfinal

No. 3 Gananda 56, No. 6 Bloomfield 43
Michelle Suchan 11 points and 11 rebounds and Demetria Woodard added 12 points for Gananda (16-3). The Blue Panthers led by two at halftime but outscored Bloomfield 27-16 in the second half. Theresa Matuck scored 10 points and Audra Beechler added nine points for Bloomfield (6-14).

Class B1 Quarterfinal

No. 1 Pal-Mac 53, No. 8 Dansville 33
Ashley Vanderwall had 25 points and four steals and Aldyn Savage grabbed seven rebounds for the Red Raiders (17-2). Dansville finishes 7-13.

Class C2 Quarterfinal

No. 1 Lyons 58, No. 8 Alexander 49
Abby Shields and Taniqua Johnson each scored 16 points to pace Lyons (14-5). The Lions are seeking a third consecutive trip to the sectional final. Sydney Breton scored 21 points, including three 3-pointers in the third quarter to keep Alexander (10-9) in the game. Lydia Spiotta had 10 assists for the Trojans.

Class C2 Quarterfinal

No. 3 Clyde Savannah 39, No. 6 Dundee 38
Ally Fetton made 1 of 2 from the free throw line with three second left to lift Clyde-Savannah (14-5). Alaina Tripp scored 16 points and Fenton finished with nine points for the Golden Eagles. Megan Howell hit a 3-pointer with 10 seconds left that tied the game for Dundee (11-9). Brooke Howell scored 14 points and Samantha Clark added 12 points for the Scotsmen.

Class B2 Quarterfinal

No. 1 Bishop Kearney 96, No. 8 North Rose-Wolcott 24
Kharysma Bryant had 23 points, 8 rebounds and 7 steals and Emmanuella Edoka added 14 points, 13 rebounds and 4 blocks for Bishop Kearney (16-2). Rosa Graham finished with 11 points, 9 assists and 6 steals for the Kings. Bishop Kearney won C3 title in 2013 and C2 championship in 2012. North Rose-Wolcott finishes 7-12.

No. 4 East Rochester 62, No. 12 Red Creek 26
Eleven Bombers scored at least one field goal, as No. 4 seed East Rochester (13-6) moved into a Class C1 semifinal against No. 1 Avon, 8 p.m. Tuesday at Canandaigua. East Rochester freshman forward Ali Reynolds, had eight rebounds and two blocked shots to go along with 10 points. Freshman point guard Maddie Walsh and Octavia Garfield, the only senior on the East Rochester team, had a game-high 13 points. No. 12 Red Creek (1-17) upset No. 5 Williamson to reach the quarterfinals.

Friday, February 21

No. 4 Wayne 55, No 5 Aquinas 36
Shyana McLeod finished with 23 points and four steals and Bailey Pratt added 13 points and eight steals for Wayne (11-8). Alexis Best chipped in with seven points for the Eagles, which broke the game open in the third quarter by outscoring Aquinas 23-8. Nina Starkweather scored 13 points for the Little Irish (7-11).

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