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W-FL Tuesday: Mein hits another winner for Devils

Mynderse sophomore Jake Mein, a call-up from the JV squad two weeks ago, scored the game winner in the final seconds of the Blue Devils win at Midlakes on Friday night and did it again last night in Ontario to beat the Wayne Eagles. The win keeps the Blue Devils in contention for the FL East title but they’ll need Newark to lose a game before the two teams face off next Tuesday night in Seneca Falls. The Newark Reds were uncooperative last night defeating Midlakes by 22 points. Pal-Mac took a seven point victory home from Penn Yan, Waterloo won at Geneva, and Williamson edged Romulus by a single point as Kyle Collinsworth’s Warriors are still in search of their first win in over two years. Full results and more below…Tuesday Night’s W-FL ResultsMynderse 50 Wayne 48 MYN – (14-3) Ben Cafolla 15; Jake Mein 18WYN – (3-13) Jake Molisani 16 (4-3pt); Terry Rogers 12, 12 reb* Mein hit game-winner with :15 leftNewark 61 Midlakes 39 NEW – (14-2) Shamar Logins 16 (4-3pt); Jose Santell 15; Akron Rodriguez 11MID – (2-14) Matt Lapaglia 9; Jake Blondell 8* Newark’s Tyler Collins DNP (injury)Palmyra-Macedon 59 Penn Yan 52 PM – (11-5) Ben Bracy 14; Noah West 12PY – (10-7) Ben Covert 19; Jake Covert 15Williamson 49 Romulus 48 WIL – (3-11) Matt Sperr 14; Jack Devendorf 12ROM – (0-15) David McLean 15; Zach Reynolds 11Waterloo 65 Geneva 51 WAT – (8-9) Jonathan Jones 21 (11/11 FTs); Ben Deming 14GEN – (5-12) John Hawkins 14; Tyler Tyson 13* Full game webcast replay on FL1 Sports below…W-FL Notes– The Newark Reds defeated Midlakes without senior point guard Tyler Collins who sprained his ankle last week in the early moments of an overtime win against Pal-Mac. Collins is questionable for the Reds’ next game against Penn Yan in Newark on Friday. The Penn Yan at Newark game will be webcast live on FL1 Sports at 7:30 pm on Friday. If Newark can defeat the Mustangs, they will clinch sole possession of the Finger Lakes East title.- Mynderse Academy sophomore Jake Mein has been on the varsity squad for just four games but has already notched two game-winning shots for the Blue Devils. On Friday night, Mein put back a Jake Jones miss with :05 on the clock to give Mynderse a one-point win over Midlakes. On Tuesday night Mein scored the go-ahead bucket again, this time with 15 seconds left in the game to give Nick Sciotti’s squad a 2-point victory over Wayne. Mynderse travels to Pal-Mac on Friday.- With their win over Wayne on Tuesday night, Mynderse has locked up the #1 seed in Class C1 for Sectionals which begin in two weeks.- Waterloo may be peeking heading into the postseason. Jeff Panek’s Indians defeated the Geneva Panthers on Tuesday night for their second straight win behind 21 points from their lone senior, Jonathan Jones. Prior to the two wins, Waterloo played first place Newark tight on the road, losing by seven, in a game they were in until the end. Currently Waterloo is the 6th seed in Class B1.- The Romulus Warriors are winless for the past two seasons. There is hope in Romulus though in the form of junior guard David McLean who has been playing well as of late. On Tuesday night the Warriors came oh so close to breaking their 2-year losing streak falling just 1 point short to Wayne County opponent Williamson. McLean had 15 points.- Wayne County action heats-up again on Wednesday night with the top three teams playing. North-Rose Wolcott will host Clyde-Savannah but will be without their starting center Jake Stephenson who will sit out the game after being ejected during their loss to Red Creek last week. Speaking of Red Creek, they will have one of their toughest remaining tests of the regular season as they host Gananda on Wednesday night. Red Creek is tied for first along with NR-W and Lyons who will play Williamson, fresh off their 1 point win in Romulus. Because Lyons and North-Rose Wolcott will face each other on Friday, Red Creek is in position to secure a share of the Wayne County title for the first time in their school history… if they can beat Gananda. The Rams will also need to get by Williamson on Friday night.Upcoming ScheduleWEDNESDAYMarcus Whitman @ Honeoye #2 Naples @ HACRed Jacket @ #8 DundeeSouth Seneca @ Bloomfield#10 Clyde-Savannah @ #6 NR-Wolcott East Rochester @ Sodus Gananda @ #5 Red Creek #3 Lyons @ WilliamsonRomulus @ MarionFRIDAY#4 Mynderse @ #7 Palmyra-Macedon #9 Penn Yan @ #1 Newark * Live on FL1 SportsWaterloo @ Midlakes Geneva @ Wayne#10 Clyde-Savannah @ Marion East Rochester @ Gananda #6 North Rose-Wolcott @ #3 Lyons #5 Red Creek @ WilliamsonBloomfield @ Red Jacket HAC @ South Seneca #8 Dundee @ Marcus WhitmanW-FL Standings through 2/10FINGER LAKES EAST01. Newark 12-0 / 14-202. Mynderse 10-2 / 14-303. Pal-Mac 8-3 / 10-604. Penn Yan 7-5 / 10-705. Waterloo 4-8 / 8-906. Geneva 3-9 / 5-1207. Wayne 2-10 / 3-1308. Midlakes 2-11 / 2-14FINGER LAKES WEST01. Naples 11-0 / 14-002. Dundee 10-2 / 12-303. Marcus Whitman 9-3 / 11-304. HAC 7-6 / 8-805. Bloomfield 6-5 / 7-606. South Seneca 5-7 / 5-1007. Red Jacket 4-9 / 4-908. Honeoye 2-11 / 2-1309. Romulus 0-12 / 0-15WAYNE COUNTY01. Red Creek 12-2 / 14-2T2. Lyons 11-2 / 14-2T2. NR-Wolcott 11-2 / 12-3T4. East Rochester 7-6 / 9-6T4. Clyde-Savannah 7-6 / 7-806. Gananda 5-8 / 5-1007. Sodus 4-10 / 5-1008. Williamson 2-11 / 3-1109. Marion 0-12 / 1-12Tuesday Night’s Tweets

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