Bonnie’s Brite Cleaners 18
In the 14 & Under Boys Division, Street Ballers beat Bonnie’s Brite Cleaners, 44-18. The high scorers for Street Ballers were Wesely Kra with 20 points and Amahri Harper with 11 points. The high scorer for Bonnie’s Brite Cleaners was Robert Ellis with five points. Street Ballers methodically built up a lead through fast breaks, a lead they held throughout the game. Thomas Callahan also contributed to the win with great passing and rebounding. The Street Ballers remain undefeated with a record of 3-0.
Brooklyn Warriors 43
Average Joes 29
In the 14 & Under Boys Division, Brooklyn Warriors beat Average Joes, 43-29. The Brooklyn Warriors enjoyed a 21-11 halftime lead, but the game was still within reach until the middle of the third quarter when the Warriors went on a scoring drive. The high scorers for the Brooklyn Warriors were Creig Goldson with 24 points and Ivan Radinjic with eight points. The high scorer from Average Joes was Hewin Swietlihowshi with 10 points. Zach Busey contributed to the win with outstanding play on both ends of the court.
St. Adalbert’s 42
St. Joe’s 41
In the 14 & Under Boys Division, St. Adalbert’s beat St. Joe’s, 42-41, in a game which was not decided until the final minute of action. St. Adalbert’s took the lead on a steal followed by a quick basket, and then pressured the ball, not allowing St. Joe’s the chance to score. The high scorers for St. Adalbert’s were George Cornejo with 12 points and Brendan F. with 10 points. The high scorers for St. Joe’s were Max Ryan and Noel DiPlan with eight points each. Kris Pesantez contributed to the win with outstanding defense.
St. Kevin’s 47
HiLo Pro 28
In the 14 & Under Boys Division, St. Kevin’s beat HiLo Pro, 47-28. St. Kevin’s had a 24-12 halftime lead and pulled away for good at the start of the third quarter. The high scorers for St. Kevin’s were Jack Edwards with 15 points and Jostos Acosta with 12 points. The high scorer for HiLo Pro was Marc Amenta eight points. Evan Takos helped in the victory with great defense and rebounding. The same can be said of Joshua Ortiz from HiLo Pro in the losing effort.
Swift Renovation 37
California Pizza Kitchen 10
In the 12 & Under Boys Division, Swift Renovation beat California Pizza Kitchen, 37-10. Swift Renovation simply had too much speed, and pulled away in the middle of the first quarter and never looked back. The high scorers for Swift Renovation were Tyler with 11 points and Joe with nine points. The high scorer for California Pizza Kitchen was Kevin with two points.
Our Lady of Grace 50
In the 12 & Under Boys Division, Our Lady of Grace beat Tranquility, 50-6. Our Lady of Grace was too tall and quick for Tranquility, and held the lead throughout the game. The high scorers for Our Lady of Grace were David Kohavi with 21 points and Adam Becaj with 11 points. The high scorer for Tranquility was Matthew Bianchi with four points.
Brooklyn/Queens Warriers 35
Blessed Sacrament 29
In the 17 & Under Boys Division, Brooklyn/Queens Worriers beat Blessed Sacrament, 35-29. The high scorers for the Brooklyn/Queens Worriers were Alex Patterson with 16 points and Craig Golson with six points.
Street Ballers 42
Tiles Unlimited 16
In the 14 & Under Boys Division, Street Ballers beat Tiles Unlimited, 42-16. Street Ballers pulled away at the beginning of the second quarter and held the lead the rest of the way. The high scorers for Street Ballers were Wesley Kra with 15 points and Amahri Harper with eight points. The high scorer for Tiles Unlimited was Joseph Kloper with 11 points. Neil Hickey also contributed to the win with outstanding defense.
Sacred Heart 28
Bonnie Brite Cleaners 20
In the 14 & Under Boys Division, Sacred Heart beat Bonnie Brite Cleaners, 28-20. It was a tough game until Sacred Heart pulled away with some timely steals and quick baskets. The high scorers for Sacred Heart were Alex LeBeau with 15 points and Joe Pullara with seven points. The high scorers for Bonnie Brite Cleaners were Lou Damiano with seven points and Herbie Carlo with six points.
(Scores & Recaps by Ryan Flannery)