Dundee jaugernaut rolls over three more opponents

Gary Pinneo
Scotsmen player Brent Ayers is able to penetrate the DeSales defense and come quickly into the lane for an easy lay-up.

The high-powered Dundee boy’s basketball team continued their winning ways last week easily  rolling three more opponents. 

The string of impressive wins began Tuesday night at home against the DeSales Saints.  The red-hot Scotmen destroyed the Saints 75-49. 

The Yates County quintet lit up the scoreboard for 39 first half points to put this game away early.  Dundee continued their onslaught in the third quarter and led 57-29 going into the final stanza.  DeSales won that eight minute period 20-18, but it was way too little, too late.  Final score Dundee 75, DeSales 49.

Thirteen Dundee players scored points in this contest.  Dylan Hastings had a big night with 12 points, five rebounds, and three steals.  Mason Brown chipped in 11 points.   Gerard Conyers had 8 boards and Rocky Martini four assists.

Dundee continued their winning ways on Thursday night with a 66-52 league victory over South Seneca in Ovid. 

A 20-2 first quarter romp set the tone for this game as the Scots posted their 12th league win in 14 tries.  They are 15-2 overall. The win kept the Scotsmen just one game behind in the loss column behind first place HAC. 

The two teams will collide  in Dundee on Friday, Feb. 8with first place in the Finger Lakes West on the line. 

Rocky Martini posted 17 points to lead the Scot over South Seneca.  Gerard Conyers added 13 points.

The surging Scots proved they can also win outside their league on Saturday evening in Gorham.  The Dundee roundballers thumped Marcus Whitman 67-44 bringing their overall record to 16-2.  The Wildcats slipped to 1-and 16, 0-12 in the Finger Lakes East.  The Scots jumped to a 33-20 halftime lead and waltzed to the easy win over the struggling Wildcats.

Rocky Martini led the way for the Maroon and White with 14 points.  Mason Brown and Brent Ayers each added 11 points.

Dundee’s Mason Brown, who had 11 points against DeSales, sends his shot up to the boards.