Royals romp to win over Hawks; Eagles bow
Capitalizing on a rash of turnovers, Rochester Career Mentoring Charter School romped to an 88-58 victory over host Holley this evening in a non league game.
Setting the tone for the evening RCMCS took advantage of a number of turnovers to jump out to a 22-13 first period lead. Jhyte Griffin scored 11, including two threes, to lead the Royals quick start.
Holley used some sharp 15 of 18 free throw shooting in the second quarter to stay within 9, 45-36, at the half. Patrick Bower went 7 of 8 and Andrew Moseman 4 of 4 from the line during that stretch for the Hawks which also had Isaiah Flow score a total of 9 points, including 3 from the foul line.
A jumper and a layup off a steal by Derek McArthur kept Holley within 9, 49-40, early in the third period but the Hawks could get no closer.
The Royals answered with a decisive turnover aided 16-0 run to pull away for good by 25 at 65-40.
Griffin and Glenn Walker both tallied 9 and Lonnie Watkins 6 for RCMCS in the period which ended with the Royals in command by 27, 73-46.
Griffin finished with a game high 27, Walker 20 and Watkins 18 as the Royals improve to 4-10.
Flow had 19 and Bower 18 to lead the way for Holley as McArthur, Andrew Moseman and Ryan Andrews each added 4. Mike Passarell and Dalton Major 3, Brandon Dillenbeck 2 and Nick Schutz 1.
Holley, which slips to 0-19, next hosts Pembroke Wednesday to close out the Genesee Region League season.
Pavilion 53, Kendall 43
Jumping out to a 22-9 first period lead, Pavilion went on to defeat visiting Kendall 53-43 in a non league contest.
Hunter Seaman scored 15 and Luke Milligan 13 for Pavilion which closed the opening period with a 13-0 run to break away from an early 9-9 tie.
Pavilion went on to hold leads of 29-22 at the half and 41-31 at the three-quarter mark.
John Rath scored 22, including 6 threes, for Kendall as Brandon Miller had 6 points, 12 rebounds and 7 blocks.
Kendall next hosts Notre Dame on Wednesday to close out the G-R campaign.
Lyndonville, Kendall bow in G-R games
Makenzie Muck scored 19 for Lyndonville in a 79-30 Genesee Region League loss at Wheatland-Chili which made good on 11 threes.
Notre Dame downed visiting Kendall 43-23 in another G-R contest.