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W-FL Tuesday: Wild night on local hardwood

Tuesday night featured a full slate of games with major early season implications across all three Wayne-Finger Lakes leagues and the games didn’t disappoint. We saw Naples’ 27-game Finger Lakes West winning streak come to an end, a buzzer-beater in Sodus, another classic Lyons-Clyde scrum, East Rochester breaking the century mark, and two games featuring teams inside the top 5 of FL1 Sports Power Rankings. Full results, updated standings & more below…TUESDAY NIGHT BOYS W-FL SCOREBOARD#1 Mynderse 53, #4 Midlakes 45 MYN (6-0) Brett Anderson 11; Ben Cafolla 10MID (4-1) Bryce Burri 14; Trevor Milliman 13#2 Palmyra-Macedon 52, #5 Newark 56 PM (4-2) Damien Wright 21 (20 in 2nd half); Hunter VanDevelde 17NEW (2-3) Jose Santell 16, 6 reb, 4 ast, Taylor Clements 13#9 Wayne 66, Geneva 56 WYN (4-1) Billy Thomson 20 (9/9 FTs); Braeeden Zenelovic 17GEN (0-6) Tyler Tyson 14; Noah Barber 11; Drew Brinson 10#10 Dundee 65, HAC 50 DUN (5-0) Bobby Strait 22 (5-3pt); Austin Thompson 10HAC (0-5) Jamaar Paisley 12Honeoye 46, Marcus Whitman 65 HON (4-2) Cole Loomis 10; Jon Marble 10MW (3-2) Brad Stone 17; Jon Donovan 12#6 Naples 49, Red Jacket 62 NAP (5-1) Andrew Fleischman 22RJK (3-3) Dan Brown 20; Sean Sheets 14* Ends 27-game win streak for Naples vs. Finger Lakes West opponentsSouth Seneca 37, Bloomfield 52 SS (1-5) Lincoln Backman-Lowe 10BLM (3-3) Haiden Ward 17, 10 reb#8 East Rochester 100, Marion 38 ER (5-0) Keith Butler 22; Casey Michele 15; K’von Sybliss 11MRN (0-4) Rodney DeLyser 12#10 Clyde-Savannah 72, Lyons 67 CS (3-2) Jarrod Faniel 17; Derrick Chance 14; Drew Carnevale 14LYO (1-5) Jordan Aumell 22; Justice Smith 16Red Creek 46, Sodus 48 RCK (4-3)SOD (3-3)* Andrew Hines made- game-winning FG with :00 left in game; Williamson 32, #3 North Rose-Wolcott 72 WIL (3-4) Jack Devendorf 10NRW (6-0) Tyler Norris 19; Garrett Hoyt 16, 10 reb; Luke Gerstner 11, 5 astTUESDAY GIRLS W-FL SCOREBOARD#6 Midlakes 39, #3 Mynderse 62#2 Geneva 45, #1 Wayne 64Marcus Whitman 37, Honeoye 45Newark 55, Pal-Mac 49Bloomfield 33, South Seneca 63Penn Yan 44, Waterloo 37UPCOMING BOYS SCHEDULETHURSDAY, DEC 17#10 Clyde-Savannah @ #8 East Rochester Marion @ Sodus#3 North Rose-Wolcott @ Lyons on FL1 SportsFRIDAY, DEC 18#4 Midlakes @ Geneva #1 Mynderse @ #2 Pal-Mac#5 Newark @ Waterloo Penn Yan @ #9 Wayne Marcus Whitman @ Bloomfield #6 Naples @ Honeoye Red Jacket @ South Seneca Romulus @ #7 DundeeW-FL BOYS BASKETBALL STANDINGSFINGER LAKES EAST01 — 3-0 / 6-0 Mynderse Blue DevilsT2 — 2-1 / 4-1 Midlakes Screaming EaglesT2 — 2-1 / 4-2 Pal-Mac Red RaidersT2 — 2-1 / 2-3 Newark RedsT2 — 2-1 / 4-1 Wayne Eagles06 — 1-2 / 2-3 Penn Yan MustangsT7 — 0-3 / 0-6 Geneva PanthersT7 — 0-3 / 1-4 Waterloo Indians FINGER LAKES WEST01 — 5-0 / 5-0 Dundee ScotsT2 — 3-1 / 5-1 Naples Big GreenT2 — 3-1 / 3-3 Bloomfield BombersT4 — 3-2 / 3-2 Marcus Whitman WildcatsT4 — 3-2 / 4-2 Honeoye BulldogsT4 — 3-2 / 3-3 Red Jacket Indians07 — 1-3 / 1-5 South Seneca Falcons08 — 0-4 / 0-6 Romulus Warriors09 — 0-5 / 0-5 H.A.C. Wolves WAYNE COUNTY 01 — 5-0 / 5-0 East Rochester Bombers02 — 4-0 / 6-0 North Rose-Wolcott Cougars03 — 3-1 / 3-2 Clyde-Sav. Golden Eagles04 — 2-2 / 3-3 Sodus SpartansT5 — 2-3 / 4-3 Red Creek RamsT5 — 2-3 / 2-3 Gananda Blue Panthers07 — 2-4 / 3-4 Williamson Marauders08 — 1-4 / 1-5 Lyons Lions09 — 0-4 / 0-4 Marion Black KnightsTUESDAY NIGHT TWEETS

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