Kameron played in a tournament in Buffalo over the weekend- they won 3 and lost the final game. Kameron made a two handed dunk!
Finally got a picture of Kameron receiving his MVP Player of the Year Award- He looks so nice!
Kam played in an AAU tournament last weekend- won 3, lost 1
They won there pool- Central Western Red
Then lost in the last 3 (don’t know who one- haven’t updated the site. If it wasn’t Kam- who cares!
Mom and dad left today for Myrtle Beach…
They will be joined by Kris
And Kevin and Kristy
Kate is back from Arizona and back at school- hope your trip was great!
More like a car, better gas mileage, AWD- we get it Saturday (had to come from St. Louis.) Check out some of Subaru’s cool features.
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The Wayne All League Boys basketball team was announced Tuesday night in Waterloo. First team all league selections went to Chris Dean North Rose Wolcott, Kam DiSanto Clyde Savannah, Tom Kanaley Clyde Savannah, Justin Reho East Rochester, Stevie Thomsom Williamson and Devan Veeder Lyons. Second Team All league selections : Joemaine Bogin Clyde Savannah, Kameron Gray Gananda, Pat Harper Clyde Savannah, Tre Johnson Lyons, Jacob Slobe Red Creek, Tom Stephens Williamson. Third Team All League: Kolby Bean Gananda, Rufas Hall Williamson, DJ Long Lyons, Tre Miller East Rochester, Tom Molisani Clyde Savannah, Jacob Stevenson North Rose Wolcott. The Player of the year award went to Kam DiSanto with Zac Young Lyons voted Coach of the year.
For thoase who never get to see Kam play- here is some video of the game against Mynderse- they lost but you can still see Kam play (Number 5). There will be an award ceremony Tuesday- go Kam.
Katie is in Arizona for Spring Break visiting Sarah- have fun.
Mattie is home with her mama on Spring Break chilling…
Lala is home on Spring Break cleaning and chilling (picture from “Love Your Pet Day” at school)
This week-chill…just like everybody on Spring Break and Baldy!
Kelsie is playing indoor soccer and scored in tonights game.
Found this picture of Kameron: Mynderse guard Brandon Passalacqua and Clyde-Savannah’s Kam DiSanto battle for possession as Mynderse’s Jason Anderson and Clyde-Savannah’s Joemaine Bogan (23) look on.
Mynderse Academy defeated Clyde-Savannah on Monday night in Waterloo by a score of 66-50 to advance to face Lyons High in the Section V Class C State Qualifier at the Blue Cross Arena.
As the game tipped, the frenetic play on the court immediately matched the atmosphere in the gymnasium as both teams pressed and played 90 feet out of the gate. Clyde’s athletic big man Joemaine Bogan scored first on a transition lay-up and Mynderse junior small forward Jason Anderson immediately answered with a transition layup of his own. Both teams where on the board and continued to trade turnovers and transition buckets until Jimmy Ricci buried a corner three to make the score 8-4.
Coach Mike Fields’ Mynderse front court duo of Conner Miller and Luke Ruddy faced stiff opposition at the rim early as Kam DiSanto and Bogan turned back multiple shots in the paint sparking transition opportunities for Clyde.
It was the steady of play of the Blue Devil’s senior point guard Brandon Passalacqua that eventually helped Mynderse build and maintain the lead throughout the game. Passalacqua finished with a team-high 16 points, 8 assists, and 6 steals scoring most of his points in the paint with nifty hooks and runners tossed in after avoiding multiple Clyde defenders with his dribble. The Mynderse Class of 2012 valedictorian was in full control of the ball and his team’s offense. After some early struggles with Clyde-Savannah’s full court press, Passalacqua settled in and broke the pressure consistently leading to transition scores and solid half-court sets.
Passalacqua set up Jimmy Ricci for a pair of early three pointers and found sophomore Liam Caraher for another first quarter trifecta. Ricci finished with 12 points on four three pointers.
The teams exchanged blows, and the lead, throughout the first half as Clyde countered the hot outside shooting of Mynderse with bombs of their own from guards Faniel, Sharp and Molisanti. Clyde senior and 1,000 point scorer Tom Kanaley knifed through the lane for a lay-up to give Clyde the lead with just over 5:00 mins left in the 2nd quarter. It would be the last time the Golden Eagles would lead.
Passalacqua scored on the next two possession for Mynderse on a baby-hook runner and a pull up from five feet and then Ricci buried another three to put Mynderse up 29-23 with 26 seconds left in the half.
Joemaine Bogan stepped out to knock down a three pointer as the 2nd quarter concluded to pull Clyde within 3 points and Mynderse took a narrow 29-26 lead into halftime.
Bogan also notched the first points of the second half on a lay-up after a run out but then junior big man Luke Ruddy began to have his way.
Ruddy knocked down two free throws, scored on a fast break, and scored again on a nice pass from Passalacqua to help Mynderse to a 38-31 lead midway through the 3rd quarter.
Then, an unlikely scoring run from reserve center Jared Coffee who scored six straight in the paint for Mynderse that helped the Blue Devils maintain their margin before another Jimmy Ricci three built the lead to 10 to end the 3rd quarter.
Mynderse wouldn’t look back as Clyde’s pressure wasn’t effective against the cool-headed Passalacqua and Ruddy. Mynderse would eventually cruise to a 66-50 victory and a date with another old-school rival in Rochester on Wednesday night.
Luke Ruddy would finish with 12 point and 12 rebounds while junior Jason Anderson finished with 12 points.
For Clyde-Savannah, Joemaine Bogan led all scorers with 18 points while Kam DiSanto added 10 points and 5 blocked shots.
Batavia 65 Hornell 51
Mynderse Academy 47 Lyons 43
Batavia and Mynderse advance to the State Quarter Finals Saturday at the Regional Championships at the Blue Cross Arena.
Tuesday I get my root canal…about time, I am so over the pain and the pain medication.
Tuesday-Kris is coming to Kansas City for a Wednesday meeting- then back home- we’ll take a quick trip!
Sunday, Bear has a standing morning visit with Muffy while Father Ed & Jan go to church- they love each other.
Found this picture of Kam from Saturdays game- not too bad for a kid who had the stomach bug. Way to persevere Kam!
Then I found this picture from the past…
Linda sold her pick up truck!
Another picture from the past- before I was born.
Remember, Clyde Savannah (Class C3 Champions) against Mynderse Academy (Class C1 Champions), Monday, 3/4/13 at Waterloo HS @ 7:00 pm.
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Clyde-Savannah used a stifling interior defense that held their opponent to 18% shooting and an impressive transition game to roll over Kendall, 72-28, to claim the Class C3 championship. It was never a contest with the Golden Eagles opening up a 34-14 halftime lead and extending that lead to 50-22 at the end of the third. C-S shot 50% on the game knocking down wide open jump shots and finishing several times uncontested at the rim.
C-S big man Joemaine Bogan was dominant notching 22 points, 12 rebounds and 5 blocked shots. He also brought the early arriving Blue Cross Arena to their feet with a two-handed slam dunk on a breakaway in the third quarter.
Junior forward Kam DiSanto was active all game and finished with 11 points and nine rebounds. DiSanto was also a factor in the paint sparking several Clyde fast breaks with his disruptive defense.
Joe Faniel also scored 11 as Clyde captures their first Sectional Championship since 2000 and their ninth in school history.
Clyde-Savannah is now 19-2 on the season and will face Mynderse Academy (Class C1 Champions) in the Class C Qualifier play-in game on Monday. If they should win, they would face their fellow Wayne County League co-champ, Lyons in the Class C State Qualifier game on Wednesday.
Clyde-Savannah Senior Tom Kanaley was named Tournament MVP despite missing the entire second half of the contest with a knee injury. Kam DiSanto and Joemaine Bogans were named to the Class C3 all-tournament team.
Clyde Savannah won 72-28 against Kendall. Will play one of the winners of Class C-1 (
Avon or Mynderse) or C-2 ( York or Lyons) next week at State.
Kameron (who played sick) was chosen for the tournament team. (Players with medals). Great job Kameron!
Class C3 semifinals – Clyde Savannah 58-57
No. 2 Clyde-Savannah vs. No. 3 Wheatland-Chili
Kam Disanto had 16 points, 14 rebounds and 5 blocks and Tom Kanaley added 18 points for Clyde-Savannah (18-2).
The Golden Eagles trailed by as many as nine points in the fourth quarter and were down by seven with 1:30 left.
Jomaine Bogan made a layup with 15.3 seconds remaining to give C-S a 58-57 lead. Tom Molisani made a steal with five seconds left on the ensuing possession for Wheatland-Chili.
C-S last won sectionals in 2000.
Next game for the championship-
Clyde Savannah vs Kendall
Blue Cross Arena
March 2, 2013 11:00 am.
Please note in the group shot- coach hugging player 5!
#2 Clyde-Savannah will host #7 Oakfield Alabama on Friday night at 7 pm in Clyde, NY.
Won… 85-32. Play Wheatland-Chili on Feb. 25.
Place and time TBA. Victor at 8:15 pm.