Dundee Boys Basketball: Scots bolster high percentage record with two wins

Bill Loveland
Dundee’s # 5 Matthew Tillinghast hooks a layup.

The Dundee boys basketball juggernaut continued their roll with two league wins over South Seneca and Romulus last week.

The Scots defeated the South Seneca Warriors at home on Dec. 20 with a 68-59 win. Brandon Camacho earned his third straight 30+ point game with 30 points, adding ten assists and four steals for the double-double to lead Dundee.

Scotsmen Steven Carruthers and Justin Brace combined for 23 points and 16 rebounds to aid the Dundee effort. Dundee led 34-23 at half-time despite trailing 7-2 at the beginning of the game.

Dundee traveled to Romulus on Dec. 22 to win 54-43. Camacho again led Dundee in scoring with 22 points, while Carruthers contributed 15. David Rivera and Mike Hagadorn led Romulus with 12 and ten points apiece. Dundee outscored Romulus 16-3 in second quarter to lead 26-20 at halftime.

Dundee's record jumps to 7-1, which is good for tops in the Finger Lakes West Division.

Dundee’s # 23 Brandon Camacho hooks a layup.