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WEDNESDAY HS BASKETBALL REPORT: Waterloo girls top Mynderse to split season series; Lyons boys take down York

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  • Kyle Evans 

It was a busy Wednesday night of Wayne-Finger Lakes high school hoops as dozens of teams wrapped up regular-season play.

Check out the scores, stats, and the final matchup on Thursday night before sectionals begin.


GIRLS SCOREBOARD (2/14)

Mynderse (15-5) 44
Waterloo (12-8) 49

MYN: Peyton Verkey 14 pts; Lauren McDermott 12 pts; Ali Nigro 10 pts; Sophie Palladino 7 pts

WAT: Maci Mueller 12 pts; Tangel Williams 11 pts; Addison Bree 10 pts; Gwyneth Panek 9 pts

RE-LISTEN TO THE GAME: FL1’s Paul Russo and Kyle Evans had the call on YouTube.

Palmyra-Macedon (18-2) 49
Newark (15-5) 41

Greece Arcadia/Olympia (6-14) 43
Gananda (17-3) 51

GAN: Eva Jenny 24 pts; Nyah Cruz 6 pts; Leah Buffan 6 pts; Nicole Cruz 5 pts

Midlakes (5-14) 30
Penn Yan (3-16) 34

Geneva (11-9) 19
Batavia (10-10) 59


BOYS SCOREBOARD (2/14)

North Rose-Wolcott (7-13) 49
Sodus (12-5) 74

Red Creek (8-12) 83
Clyde-Savannah (3-16) 52

RC: Tyler Cooper 25 pts; Joey Decker 19 pts

CS: Tanner Buisch 28 pts; Daniel Paddock 21 pts

Williamson (6-10) 62
Marion (0-18) 25

Penn Yan (9-11) 53
Red Jacket (6-14) 47

Honeoye (14-6) 51
Dundee/Bradford (9-11) 41

HON: Landon Washburn 20 pts; Owen Reynolds 14 pts

DB: Aidan Webster 13 pts; Alex Goltry 8 pts; Chris Clancey 8 pts

Lyons (18-2) 77
York (14-6) 66

LY: Stephen LeBrecht 26 pts; Mike Briggs 23 pts; Jamire Johnson 14 pts; Devyn Williams 8 pts

Pittsford Sutherland (15-5) 51
Canandaigua (16-4) 57

Rush-Henrietta (11-9) 53
Victor (12-8) 75

HAC (17-3) 61
Bloomfield (9-11) 46

HAC: Orlando Marquez 19 pts; Tyler Knapp 15 pts; Harlan Novy-Marx 12 pts; Ryan D’Arudini 6 pts

BLM: Cam Smith 18 pts; Garion Tolbert 10 pts

Keshequa (1-19) 40
Naples (5-15) 41

NEXT SLATE OF GAMES (2/15)

Geneva (13-6)
Marcus Whitman (14-5)
7:30 p.m.