The Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles were back on the court Saturday, just two days after a tough 1-point loss to Mynderse at the New York Chiropractic College. The Golden Eagles hosted Section 3’s Fowler High and emerged with a 83-79 win. Dru Carnevale scored 30 points, Derrick Chance had 23 and Marcus Chance had 18 points.
Also on Saturday, the Midlakes Screaming Eagles also bounced back from a loss at NYCC to Lyons. Pete Czerkas’ Midlakes varsity boys squad was at Wells College to take on Groton and came away with a 60-40 win. Bryce Burri scored 21 points to go with 12 rebounds and 6 assists. Devin Hicks scored 13 points and Trevor Milliman scored 8 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.
In the only game on Saturday involving W-FL girls teams, #1 ranked Midlakes moved to 10-0 with a win on the road at Gananda, 59-52. Alaina Forbes scored 24 points, freshman Cara Walker scored 19 and Claire DeBoover scored 12. Midlakes remains unbeaten and stands at 10-0 heading into 2018.
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Also… the Marcus Whitman Wildcats held the annual 3v3 McCumiskey Tournament on Saturday:
— MW Girls Basketball (@MWgirlshoops) December 31, 2017
Had Derek and Collin in class. Coached Gavin for 3 years… amazing family, great kids!!! Proud they are a part of mw family https://t.co/PwOXt3CL65
— Greg OConnor (@GOConnor21) December 31, 2017
— Whitman Basketball (@MWhitmanBBall) December 31, 2017
MORE FROM SECTION V THIS WEEKEND:
Livonia’s Cody Ullock hits a 3 at the buzzer in overtime against HFL for a 49-48 win. pic.twitter.com/D62pMdHfV1
— Jeff DiVeronica (@RocDevo) December 30, 2017
Gananda own that gym… 30 point down in the second half come back win to advance to the sectional finals last year👏🏽 https://t.co/gG5yIosDrU
— Papí (@rique1111) December 31, 2017
— MHS Girls Basketball (@mendonGVBB) December 29, 2017
— Tim Irving (@TimIrvingSports) December 30, 2017
Ended the tournament with a positive 47 to 41 win over Corning. Couldn't be more proud of these girls to go against the competition They did and come out with a win.
Much needed 6 points towards sectionals. Girls are battle tested#HardWork#Together
— Hornell Basketball (@HornellBball) December 30, 2017
— Spencerport Rangers (@Ranger_Sports) December 30, 2017
From last night: Spartans hold off Rangers to take Westcott Memorial; Preston and Ullock hit buzzer beaters. Chilson reaches a milestone: https://t.co/FyBXagGSJA
— Paul Gotham (@PickinSplinters) December 30, 2017