Men’s basketball, women’s basketball and hockey results for February 25

There hasn’t been much time to find a rhythm this basketball season, but the girls at Canandaigua Academy apparently have.

Kate Stocker pushes the tempo for Canandaigua in Thursday's win over Irondequoit.

Eight different players scored as the Braves earned a 51-28 home win over Irondequoit in a Monroe County League game on Thursday night. It is the fourth consecutive victory for CA, which increases to 6-1.

Mya Herman scored 14 for Canandaigua, Abbey Herod scored eight and Kyleigh Chapman, Sophi LaBarge and Kayla Taylor each scored six.

Leah Memmott scored 12 points for the Eagles (2-3).

Fairport 47, Victor 44

Ella Meabon led Fairport (7-1) with 18 points and Bella Pucci scored 14.

Rachel Gill led Victor (2-4) with 11 points and Kaitlin Murphy and Emily Power each scored nine.

Canandaigua's Molly Smith is ready for the shot while Irondequoit's Julia Smith defends.

Western Finger Lakes

South Seneca 51, Marcus Whitman 34

Maddie Ryan had 15 points and five rebounds for Whitman (5-2) and Katie Deatherage had 8 points, 5 steals and 5 rebounds.

Evelyn Lambert had 5 steals, 4 rebounds and 4 assists for the Wildcats.

Logan Shaulis led South Seneca (7-0) with 20 points.

Romulus 44, Honeye 40

Romulus is 2-5 years old; Honeoye is 2-4.

Eastern Finger Lakes

Waterloo 60, Palmyra-Macedonia 28

Giavanna White-Principo netted 18 points for Waterloo (8-0), which limited Pal-Mac to 10 points in the second half.

Tatum Smyth scored 13 points for Pal-Mac (6-2) and Grace Seither scored six.

Canandaigua's Sophi LaBarge, left, tries to get around Irondequoit's Daisy Smith defense during Thursday's game.

Midlakes 71, Newark 31

Mary Givens had 16 points and 11 rebounds to lead four in double digits for Midlakes (6-2).

Kate Mahoney scored 13 points, Cara Walker had 12 points, 11 rebounds and 4 steals, and Grace Murphy scored 10 points for the Screaming Eagles.

Michaela Colacino led Newark (1-7) with nine points and six rebounds.

Penn Yan 55, Mynderse 43

Joddie Decker led Penn Yan (5-3) with 22 points and eight rebounds and Hayley Andersen had 11 points.

Mynderse is 3-5.

Geneva 28, Wayne 26

Aly Johnson had nine points and five rebounds for Wayne (2-6).

Geneva is 1-7.


Red Jacket 49, Gananda 32

Isabelle McHugh led Red Jacket (3-4) with 10 points, Emily Record scored nine and Olivia Hotchkiss scored eight.

Gananda is 3-4.

boys basketball

Western Finger Lakes

Honéoye 54 years old, Romulus 43 years old

Jack Reynolds had 23 points and 14 rebounds for the Bulldogs (5-2) and Logan Thomas had eight points and 14 rebounds.

Jake Jarosinski scored 10 points, Alex Jarosinski had six points and seven assists, and Kyle DiBiasse had five.

Eric Jenson had 13 points and 10 rebounds for Romulus (1-6).

Midlakes 78, South Seneca 76 (OT)

Mike DeHond’s 3-pointer at the buzzer forced overtime and Chris Weston scored the game-winning basket in overtime for Midlakes (2-5).

DeHond finished with five 3-pointers and 21 points, Weston scored 15, Simon Rizzo scored 14 and Mike Reed scored 10.

Ira Aman scored 22 points for South Seneca (4-4) and Kenyans Rss and Nick Houch each scored 14.

Dundee 54, Bloomfield 40

Steven Webster had 14 points, 13 rebounds and 4 blocks for Dundee (4-3) and Logan Salvatore and Peyton Boudinot each scored 14.

Cameron Smith and Isaac McClelland each scored 12 points for Bloomfield (3-4).

Eastern Finger Lakes

Marcus Whitman 66, Newark 61

Jordan Lahue scored 19 points, including 11 of 12 from the free kick alone, and Noah Hildreth scored 18 for Whitman (4-4).

Aidan Royston added 13 points and Connor Tomion scored 12 for the Wildcats.

Isaiah Camp scored 20 points for Newark (1-7).

Waterloo 51, Palmyra-Macedonia 48

Devin Felber scored 19 points for Waterloo (2-6) and Kyle Slywka scored 12.

Paul Goodness scored 17 points for Pal-Mac (5-3) and Ian Goodness scored eight.

Mynderse 59, Penn Yan 58

Jared King scored the winning layup with 4 seconds remaining on Senior Night.

Wayne 61, Geneva 44


Canandaigua 4, Geneseo/Livonia/Avon 3

Reilly Joseph, Nolan Best and Brody Spinosa all scored in the first half for Canandaigua (6-2-0). Oliver Harvieux’s power-play goal early in the third ended up being the winning goal.

Ethan Palmer made eight saves as the Braves winner and Charlie Fuller made seven.

Nicholas Teachout, Ethan McGowan and Shane Melead all scored for Geneseo/Livonia/Avon (0-6-1) and Lucas Stewart made 30 saves.

Victor 5, Webster Schroeder 1

Alex Parton scored three goals and had an assist on another and Colin McNamara had a goal and an assist for the Blue Devils (7-1-0).

Cal Lambert had two assists and Sam Moore scored once for Victor. Garrett Simpson made 12 saves.

Caden Cranston scored for Schroeder (3-4-0) and Jacob Lattuca made 25 saves.

Catherine J. Martinez