Danny Harrick scored 26 points to lead all scorers and Connor Fisher scored 20 as the Canandaigua Braves needed double-overtime to hand visiting Mynderse their first loss of the season, 72-70.
Mynderse led 31-28 at halftime and by a score of 43-38 after three quarters but scored just 9 points in the final period of regulation allowing Canandaigua to force overtime. The Braves grabbed their first lead with 2:14 to go in regulation on a free throw from Harrick to complete a three point play.
In the first overtime Harrick opened with a three pointer but Quintin Battle matched him at the opposite end with a three of his own. Then it because a free throw shooting contest that neither team seemed willing to win culminating with a Mynderse possession with 14 seconds left after a Connor Fisher free throw tied it. Jesse Kabat’s three point attempt missed the mark and Darren Miller wasn’t able to score on the offensive rebounding resulting in a second overtime.
Canandaigua opened up an 8 point lead in the final extra period thanks to back-to-back Devin O’Dell layups. But, Mynderse wasn’t finished. Kabat hit a three to cut the lead to 68-63 and Kellen Caraher had a pair of scores off dribble-drives to cut the lead to 72-69.
Then, after Jack Ferris missed a pair of free throws, Mynderse had one last chance.
Canandaigua coach Charles DeTaeye decided to foul Mynderse rather than giving them an opportunity to tie the game with a three-pointer. Kellen Caraher went to the line with 4 seconds left, missed the first and made the second. Then, Canandaigua threw a long inbound pass that was intercepted by Caraher at mid-court and his last second running attempt from beyond the arc that would have won the game for the Blue Devils was just off the mark.
— Bob Chavez (@MPN_bchavez) January 16, 2018
Mynderse was led by a season high 23 points from Kellen Caraher. Devin Anderson scored 13. Hunter Haust scored 10 and pulled down 12 rebounds. Quintin Battle scored 10 and recorded 6 rebounds and 5 assists. Mynderse shot 11-22 from the free throw line in the loss and dropped to 10-1 on the season.
Canandaigua (Class A1, Monroe County League) upped their season mark to 5-6 with the home victory and travel to Greece-Olympia on Wednesday.
What an Academy battle, Mynderse vs. Canandaigua! We, the Braves squeezed by in double OT by 2. One of the best HS games I've seen in years. Mynderse will be a real threat for sectionals and states. Kudos to both teams! #CanandaiguaProud pic.twitter.com/5PKXnnAMVs
— Supt Farr (@BravesSupt) January 16, 2018
Coach DeTaeye praised both teams following the game. “These kids showed grit tonight. They showed how to work tonight. Mynderse is a great team, Section V champions, undefeated. They play as a team and came in with the kind of swagger I want to see from our team.”
Up next for Mynderse is a huge league match-up against Wayne in Seneca Falls on Wednesday night in a game that will be streamed live on FingerLakes1.com beginning at 7:30 pm. The game is a match-up of the #1 and #2 teams in FL1 Sports Wayne-Finger Lakes Power Rankings. Both teams are currently tied for first in the Finger Lakes East at 5-0.
MORE W-FL BOYS RESULTS FROM MONDAY:
NEWARK 42 @ WAYNE 58
Wayne won their eight game in a row and held Newark to just 14 second half points en route to a 26 point win to remain undefeated in Finger Lakes East play. Nick Carmichael led all scorers with 21 points and recorded a double-double with 12 rebounds. Logan Blankenberg scored 12 points and dished out 6 assists. Billy Thompson added 8 points, 7 assists and 4 steals in the win. Up next for Wayne is a showdown in Seneca Falls with fellow Finger Lakes East leaders Mynderse Academy. Both teams are atop the league standings at 5-0. Wayne improves to 8-1.
BATH-HAVERLING 48 @ WATERLOO 67
MT. MORRIS 80 @ NAPLES 42
NCS Varsity Boys tip-off with Mt. Morris! pic.twitter.com/HI5DyLkVv8
— Heather Clark (@heatherkayclar1) January 16, 2018
MONDAY’S W-FL GIRLS RESULTS:
WATERLOO 42 @ NEWARK 58
GENEVA @ PITTSFORD-MENDON (no report)
GANANDA DEF SODUS (no report)
TUESDAY NIGHT W-FL SCHEDULE:
#10 MIDLAKES @ #3 PENN YAN
GREECE-OLYMPIA @ WATERLOO
PAL-MAC @ GENEVA (at Waterloo)
BLOOMFIELD @ NAPLES
DUNDEE @ #9 WHITMAN
RED JACKET @ ROMULUS
EARLY COLLEGE @ SODUS
CLYDE-SAVANNAH @ #6 GANANDA
DANSVILLE @ NEWARK
#9 MARION @ LYONS
SODUS @ #8 RED CREEK
W-FL BOYS/GIRLS BASKETBALL STANDINGS:
|FINGER LAKES EAST STANDINGS||W||L||GB||W||L||STK|
|1||MYNDERSE BLUE DEVILS||5||–||0||–||10||–||1||L1|
|3||PENN YAN MUSTANGS||4||–||0||.5||9||–||1||W4|
|5||MIDLAKES SCREAMING EAGLES||2||–||3||3.0||4||–||7||L2|
|6||PAL-MAC RED RAIDERS||1||–||4||4.0||3||–||5||W1|
|FINGER LAKES WEST STANDINGS||W||L||GB||W||L||STR|
|1||MARCUS WHITMAN WILDCATS||6||–||0||–||8||–||2||W5|
|3||RED JACKET INDIANS||4||–||3||2.5||4||–||6||L2|
|3||NAPLES BIG GREEN||4||–||3||2.5||6||–||4||L1|
|6||SOUTH SENECA FALCONS||3||–||4||3.5||3||–||5||L1|
|WAYNE COUNTY STANDINGS||W||L||GB||W||L||STR|
|1||CLYDE-SAVANNAH GOLDEN EAGLES||8||–||1||–||9||–||3||L1|
|3||EAST ROCHESTER BOMBERS||6||–||2||2.0||7||–||2||L1|
|3||GANANDA BLUE PANTHERS||6||–||2||2.0||8||–||3||W4|
|6||RED CREEK RAMS||2||–||5||5.5||3||–||7||L1|
|7||NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT COUGARS||2||–||7||6.5||2||–||8||W1|
|9||MARION BLACK KNIGHTS||1||–||7||7.0||2||–||9||L9|
|FL EAST GIRLS STANDINGS||W||L||GB||W||L||STK|
|1||MIDLAKES SCREAMING EAGLES||6||–||0||–||12||–||0||W12|
|2||PENN YAN MUSTANGS||5||–||2||1.5||7||–||4||W1|
|2||PAL-MAC RED RAIDERS||4||–||1||1.5||6||–||4||W2|
|4||MYNDERSE BLUE DEVILS||3||–||2||2.5||6||–||4||W1|
|FL WEST GIRLS STANDINGS||W||L||GB||W||L||STR|
|2||RED JACKET INDIANS||6||–||2||1.5||9||–||2||L1|
|2||SOUTH SENECA FALCONS||6||–||2||1.5||7||–||3||W4|
|4||NAPLES BIG GREEN||6||–||3||2.0||8||–||4||L1|
|6||MARCUS WHITMAN WILDCATS||4||–||4||3.5||6||–||5||W1|
|WAYNE CO. GIRLS STANDINGS||W||L||GB||W||L||STR|
|1||GANANDA BLUE PANTHERS||6||–||0||–||6||–||2||W2|
|2||RED CREEK RAMS||5||–||1||1.0||7||–||3||W1|
|2||MARION BLACK KNIGHTS||6||–||2||1.0||8||–||3||W5|
|5||NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT COUGARS||3||–||2||2.5||3||–||4||W2|
|6||EAST ROCHESTER BOMBERS||2||–||4||4.0||2||–||5||L1|
|7||CLYDE-SAVANNAH GOLDEN EAGLES||1||–||4||4.5||1||–||6||L2|
TWEETS AROUND SECTION V:
Look out below! 👀
— Dan Fetes (@danfetes) January 15, 2018
— Canandaigua Cheer (@CABravesCheer) January 16, 2018
Sutherland Knights remain unbeaten (9-0) after outpacing Brighton 79-42 in Monday afternoon @sectvbb action. @kevin_ryan22 leads all scorers with 20 pts. @PCSDAthletics @thaSuperfans @NallyJnally15 pic.twitter.com/3MYUZw23F9
— Varsity Media (@VarsityMedia) January 16, 2018
— Nicholas Serrata (@SERRATAPHOTO) January 16, 2018
Scores and standings. Here you go: https://t.co/xOyv5zwXL2
— Paul Gotham (@PickinSplinters) January 16, 2018
Prattsburgh Senior Lauren Robbins named MVP of tonight's game pic.twitter.com/GKaEfmBK9l
— Bill Collmer (@BC_SVTB) January 16, 2018