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W-FL Tuesday: Crazy night for league leaders

Parity reigns supreme this season in the Wayne-Finger Lakes as 12 of the 26 teams are within 2 games, in the loss column, of the lead in their respective leagues. In the FL East & West, 10 of the 17 teams are within 2 games of the top of their league. Things seem to get more interested with each passing night and Tuesday was no different filled with tight games, some upsets, and some almost-upsets.Perhaps the game of the night was in Wolcott as #7 Clyde-Savannah missed four straight free throws late in the fourth quarter to see their five point lead disappear and their upset bid of the undefeated #1 NR-Wolcott Cougars fall just short. Connor Pendleton buried a pair of free throws with 20 second remaining to give NR-W the lead and Clyde’s Derrick Chance was blocked from behind in the final seconds. Next up for NR-W is Red Creek in a game that can be seen live on FL1 Sports on Thursday night.A wild night in the West with #8 Dundee and #9 Naples, both tied for first, losing. Bloomfield picked up their biggest win of the season with a 65-54 win over the Scots thanks to a 26 point, 8 rebound, 5 assist effort from Haiden Ward. Meanwhile, the Marcus Whitman Wildcats came alive to nip the Big Green by four. Wildcats senior big man Brad Stone led the way for Whitman with 22 points and ten boards.In the East, both #2 Mynderse and #3 Newark held-off serious challenges from league rivals.Newark went on the road to face #10 Wayne and left Ontario with a narrow 7 point win. Meanwhile in Seneca Falls, #6 Penn Yan held a double-digit lead against the Blue Devils before Mynderse junior guard Jake Jones caught fire from long range hitting 5 straight three-pointers, including a four point play. Jones’ 16 straight points for the Blue Devils were enough to pull the score even at 44 each before Ben Cafolla put home the go-ahead bucket from close range. Penn Yan had one last chance with just 2 seconds on the clock… The other big news of the night had the Romulus Warriors’ magical 2-game winning streak come to an end at the hands of Red Jacket.There were no W-FL girls games on the docket Tuesday but 18 teams will be in action Wednesday night.Full results, updated standings and more below…W-FL BOYS TUESDAY SCOREBOARD#7 Clyde-Savannah 63, #1 NR-Wolcott 64 CS (7-4) Jarrod Faniel 19;Derrick Chance 12; Nate Paddock 12NRW (11-0) Luke Gerstner 20, 10 reb; Garrett Hoyt 14, 7 reb; Tyler Norris 11; Dustin Reed 10* Connor Pendleton made 2 FTs with :20 left in 4Q to seal win#5 East Rochester 61, Williamson 51 ER (10-1) – Che’Vez Gaines 20; Casey Michele 15; Keith Butler 11WIL (3-9) – Thomas Babbcock 16; Edwin Wynn 13; Gary Immesoete 10Midlakes 48, #4 Palmyra-Macedon 54 MID (7-5) Ken DeVey 21 (3-3pt), 11 rebPM (8-4) – Holden Knorr 15; Davon McClain 12, 9 reb; Hunter VanDeVelde 12, 9 reb#3 Newark 55, #10 Wayne 48 NEW (7-5) Taylor Clements 13; Jose Santell 11; Nate Beard 10WYN (6-5) Braeeden Zenelovic 16; Logan Blankenberg 12#6 Penn Yan 44, #2 Mynderse 46 (audio replay)PY (8-4) Sean Emerson 14; Desmond Battin 11MYN (11-2) Jake Jones 18; Ben Cafolla 10, 13 reb (game-winner with :30 left)* Mynderse outscored Penn Yan 17-2 in 4QWaterloo 45, Geneva 62 WAT (4-9) Dikembe Ayers 14; Ben Deming 14GEN (3-10) Marquan Ross 17, 5 ast; Noah Barber 16#8 Dundee 54, Bloomfield 65 DUN (8-4) Bobby Strait 13; Ryan Sprague 10BLM (7-5) Haiden Ward 26, 8 reb, 5 ast; Bryce Beechler 9; Wyatt Conklin 8, 8 rebHoneoye 58, HAC 36 HON (8-5) Sonny Germano 17; Jake Soliday 13HAC (0-11) Luke Nicosia 17#9 Naples 60, Marcus Whitman 64 NAP (9-4) Zack Dormer 15, 4 blk; Andrew Fleischman 11, 4 ast; Evan Bay 9 (3-3pt)MW (6-5) Brad Stone 22, 10 reb; Gavin McCumiskey 14, 13 reb; Nick Young 14; Romulus 41, Red Jacket 69 ROM (2-10) Kyle Bennett 11RJK (7-6) – Dan Brown 16, 10 reb; Jared Henry 15Lyons @ Red Creek (PPD WEATHER)W-FL BOYS BASKETBALL STANDINGSFINGER LAKES EAST01 — 7-1 / 11-2 Mynderse Blue Devils02 — 6-1 / 6-5 Newark Reds03 — 5-2 / 8-4 Pal-Mac Red Raiders04 — 4-3 / 8-4 Penn Yan Mustangs05 — 3-4 / 6-5 Wayne Eagles06 — 2-5 / 7-5 Midlakes Screaming Eagles07 — 2-6 / 3-10 Geneva Panthers08 — 0-7 / 4-9 Waterloo Indians FINGER LAKES WESTT1 — 7-2 / 8-3 Dundee ScotsT1 — 7-2 / 9-4 Naples Big Green03 — 7-2 / 7-5 Bloomfield Bombers04 — 6-3 / 6-4 Marcus Whitman Wildcats05 — 6-4 / 7-5 Red Jacket Indians06 — 5-4 / 8-4 Honeoye Bulldogs07 — 2-6 / 2-9 South Seneca Falcons08 — 1-8 / 2-10 Romulus Warriors09 — 0-8 / 0-10 H.A.C. Wolves WAYNE COUNTY 01 — 9-0 / 11-0 North Rose-Wolcott Cougars02 — 9-1 / 9-1 East Rochester Bombers03 — 6-3 / 8-3 Clyde-Sav. Golden EaglesT4 — 4-4 / 7-4 Red Creek RamsT4 — 4-4 / 5-6 Gananda Blue Panthers06 — 3-5 / 4-7 Sodus Spartans07 — 2-6 / 3-8 Lyons Lions08 — 2-7 / 3-9 Williamson Marauders09 — 0-8 / 0-11 Marion Black KnightsUPCOMING W-FL BOYS SCHEDULETHURSDAY, JAN 14HAC @ #9 NaplesMarcus Whitman @ Romulus South Seneca @ #8 Dundee#10 Wayne @ World of Inquiry Gananda @ #7 Clyde-Savannah Lyons @ #5 East RochesterRed Creek @ #1 North Rose-Wolcott on FL1 SportsWilliamson @ SodusFRIDAY, JAN 16Midlakes @ Waterloo #3 Newark @ #6 Penn Yan #10 Wayne @ #4 Palmyra-Macedon SATURDAY, JAN 17Honeoye @ Bloomfield #7 Clyde-Savannah @ Tully (3)TUESDAY NIGHT TWEETS











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