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MONDAY HS BASKETBALL REPORT: Waterloo, Pal-Mac girls cruise to victories; Gananda, Sodus boys hang on late for wins

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  • Kyle Evans 

Another week of high school hoops began Monday with a handful of games, several of which came down to the wire.

Check out the scores, stats, and Tuesday’s slate below.

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GIRLS SCOREBOARD (1/29)

Williamson/Marion (8-5) 66
North Rose-Wolcott (1-14) 21

WM: Elizabeth Brandt 17pts; Kendal Fernaays 10pts; Ellie Alexander 9 pts

NRW: Sydney Cuykendall 6 pts; Peytin Westurn 5 pts

Franklin/Northeast (5-9) 36
Geneva (9-6) 42

Geneva has won four of their last five games.

GEN: Allie Good 18 pts; Meghan Forbes 10 pts

Midlakes (5-10) 50
Waterloo (10-6) 74

Waterloo completes the season sweep of Midlakes and has won five of their last six contests.

Palmyra-Macedon (12-1) 51
Wayne (7-8) 31

Palmyra-Macedon earns the season sweep of Wayne and has won nine of their 13 games by double digits.

NEXT SLATE OF GAMES (1/30)

South Seneca (8-8)
Naples (5-11)
6 p.m.

Bloomfield (14-2)
Marcus Whitman (10-4)
6 p.m.

Honeoye (4-10)
HAC (4-10)
6:30 p.m.

Clyde-Savannah (2-12)
Lyons (8-6)
7 p.m.

Red Creek (6-9)
Williamson/Marion (8-5)
7 p.m.

Gananda (12-2)
East Rochester (11-4)
7 p.m.

Red Jacket (3-12)
Dundee/Bradford (14-0)
7 p.m.

Canandaigua (10-5)
Pittsford Sutherland (12-2)
7 p.m.

Aquinas (10-3)
Victor (14-1)
7:15 p.m.


BOYS SCOREBOARD (1/29)

World of Inquiry (6-9) 69
Mynderse (10-5) 73

World of Inquiry had a chance to tie the game with a three-pointer with 16.1 seconds remaining but it went off the front of the rim, and Mynderse held on for their fourth win in the last five games.

MYN: Alan Plummer 22 pts; Griffin Hilimire 18 pts; Jake Prayne 11 pts; Jack Brady 9 pts

Newark (11-4) 68
Wilson Magnet (3-13) 77

Newark led by three at halftime but was outscored 41-29 in the second half. The Reds have dropped three of their last four contests.

NEW: Jahnor Allen 23 pts; Jaypar Allen 15 pts; Kellen Foster 14 pts; Terrell Jenkins 8 pts; Eric Finn 6 pts

WM: DaSiah White 39 pts; Kendrick Moxley 14 pts; Iron Brown 11 pts

Red Jacket (4-10) 69
Gananda (12-4) 71

The game was tied at 69 with 24.7 seconds remaining, and Red Jacket had possession but turned the ball over before Gananda’s Miles Caviness was fouled driving to the basket with 1.9 seconds left, resulting in two go-ahead free throws. Then, the Blue Panthers held on for their fifth win in the last six games.

RJ: Nash Fabris 26 pts; Truman Hill 18 pts; Aidan Griffith 10 pts; Liam Trick 5 pts

GAN: Miles Caviness 27 pts; Cooper Grassel 27 pts; Hunter Vogt 8 pts; Aiden Giancursio 6 pts

Sodus (9-4) 48
South Seneca (5-10) 47

Sodus led 48-44 with 3.7 seconds left, but Logan Laverack banked in a three-pointer for South Seneca as time expired to make it a one-point difference. The Spartans snapped a two-game skid with the victory.

SOD: Amonte Barr 14 pts; Angel Padilla-Sequeira 12 pts; Marquez Wigent 6 pts; Stefonn Pinkston 6 pts

SS: Kenny Halsey 20 pts; Kyan Miller 9 pts; James Cornish 5 pts

NEXT SLATE OF GAMES (1/30)

Waterloo (5-10)
Wayne (13-2)
7:30 p.m.

Palmyra-Macedon (8-7)
Geneva (8-5)
7:30 p.m.

Mynderse (10-5)
Marcus Whitman (10-4)
7:30 p.m.

Midlakes (4-11)
Newark (11-4)
7:30 p.m.