2012 Heroes Basketball League Scores
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Pet Palace 27

For Sunshine 26

In the 17 & Under Boys Division, Pet Palace beat For Sunshine by a final score of 27 to 26 on Wednesday. The high scorers for Pet Palace were Sal Altaro with nine points and Donte Jones with five points. The high scorers for For Sunshine were Sagar Yadav with 13 points and Brian McCormack with three points. It was a close came until Pet Palace hit a shot in the last 10 seconds, giving them a lead of three. Joel Rodriguez also contributed in the winning effort with great rebounding.

Queens Stars 68

Shooters 24

In the 14 & Under Boys Division, Queens Stars beat the Shooters by a final score of 68 to 24. The high scorers for the Queens Stars were Joe DiBenedetto with 22 points and Cory Madden with 14. The high scorer for the Shooters was Richard Wood with nine points. The Queens Starts methodically built up a lead through fast breaks and driving to the basket, holding the lead throughout the game. Jonathan Ruiz also contributed in the winning effort with great defense.

Grace Pizza 55

Fab Fifteen 35

In the 17 & Under Boys Division, Grace Pizza beat Fab Fifteen by a final score of 55 to 35. The high scorers for Grace Pizza were Ricky Wahmann with 17 points and Shane Herrity with 13. The high scorer for the Fab Fifteen was Pablo Cumpicano with 23. Grace Pizza built up a lead through strong offensive rebounding. Niko Vuvienco also contributed in the winning effort with great defense and passing.

Queens Stars 38

Jammers 25

In the 14 & Under Boys Division, Queens Stars beat the Jammers by a final score of 38 to 25. The high scorers for Queens Stars were Cory Madden with 14 points and Jonathan Ruiz with nine. The high scorers for the Jammers were Xavier Glover with six and Gio Navas with four. It was a close game until Queens Stars pulled away thanks to a scoring streak in the third quarter. George Cornejo also contributed in the winning effort with great defense.

(Tyler Flannery)

Queens Ballers 36

Ball Hogs 20

In the 12 & Under Boys Division, the Queens Ballers beat the Ball Hogs by a final score of 36 to 20. The high scorers for the Queens Ballers were Nathaniel Nathani with 11 points and Shaun De Leon with five points. The high scorer the Ball Hogs was Miles Banks with five points. Conner Meade also contributed in the winning effort with great defense.

The Byre 24

Swift Renovation 13

In the 12 & Under Boys Division, The Byre beat Swift Renovation by a final score of 24 to 13. The high scorers for The Byre were Marc Villa with nine points and Joseph Caldera with four points. The high scorer for Swift Renovation was Eddie Saviano with four points. Kris Pesantez also contributed in the winning effort with great rebounding.

The Dragons 36

Middle Village 6

In the 10 & Under Boys Division, The Dragons beat Middle Village by a final score 36 to 6. The Dragons just had too much strength and pulled away towards the middle of the game, after holding the lead throughout the entire contest. The high scorers for The Dragons were Mike Hubert with 12 points and Justin Angvine with ten points. The high scorer for Middle Village was Sebastion Santos with two points. Tim Walls also contributed in the winning effort with great rebounding.



Tranquility 25

Kingsbay Wolves 23

In the 10 & Under Boys Division, Tranquility beat Kingsbay Wolves by a final score 25 to 23. The high scorers for Tranquility were Joseph Medina with 12 points and Matt Branchi with ten points. The high scorers for Kingsbay Wolves were John Nelson with 11 points and James Toohey with four points.



St. Kevin’s 28

Chico’s Bail Bonds 0

In the 10 & Under Girls Division, St. Kevin’s beat Chico’s Bail Bonds by a final score 28 to 0. St. Kevin’s just had too much speed for Chico’s Bail Bonds to handle. The high scorers for St. Kevin’s were Kristina Sanchez with 14 points and Natasha Bohack with eight points. Katarrina Fox also contributed in the winning effort with great defense.

(Sara McHugh)

St. Kevin’s 14

St. Mary Gate 12

In the 10 & Under Girls Division, St. Kevin’s beat St. Mary Gate of Heaven 14 to 12. The high scorers for St. Kevin’s were Kristina Sanchez with eight points and Giana Lee with six points. The high scorers for St. Mary Gate of Heaven were Melanie Millan with seven points and Jhakia Gist with five points. It was a close game until St. Kevin’s made two clutch free throws late in the fourth quarter to seal the win. Casey Edwards also contributed to the winning effort with great passing.

The Dragons 40

Kingsbay Wolves 32

In the 10 & Under Boys Division, the Dragons beat the Kingsbay Wolves by a final score of 40 to 32. The high scorers for the Dragons were Michael Hubert and Justin Angevine, both with 16 points. The high scorers for the Kingsbay Wolves were Anthony Markle with ten points and James Agoglia with six points. Nicholas Capri also contributed to the winning effort with great passing.

Flushing Express 35

Swift Renovation 26

In the 12 & Under Boys Division, the Flushing Express beat Swift Renovation by a final score of 35 to 26. The high scorers for Flushing Express were Chris Escobar with 14 points and Lou Domiano with ten points. The high scorers for Swift Renovation were Tyler Arlwin with six points and David Lopez with five points. It was a close game until Flushing Express pulled away in the fourth quarter. Tom Gorey also contributed to the winning effort with great passing.

The Byre 48

Queens Ballers 30

In the 12 & Under Boys Division, The Byre beat Queens Ballers by a final score of 48 to 30. The Byre enjoyed a half time lead of 22 to 9, but the game was still within reach until the fourth quarter when The Byre went on a scoring frenzy to ensure the win. The high scorers for The Byre were Patrick Garcia with 15 points and Mark Villa with 12 points. The high scorers for Queens Ballers were King Loyoia with 12 points and Clifford Temprosa and Nathaniel Nathani, both with four. Kris Pesantez also helped in the win with great passing.

(Michael Sparacino)
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