BCAC Shamrocks 60
The high scorers for BCAC Shamrocks were Michael Lynch with 13 points and Tim Moran with 11. The high scorer for Jellyfam was Guillermo Duany with 18 points. James Cooke also contributed to the win with good passing and six points.
The high scorers for the Spartans (4-5) were Chris Diaz with 16 points and Imran Pervaz with 14. The high scorer for Jellyfam was Guillermo Duany (3-6) with 17 points. Wesley Kra also contributed to the victory with great rebounding and 12 points.
Phenom NYC 49
Team DAB 40
The high scorers for Phenom NYC (7-1) were Daniel Piszczatowski and Nathaniel Nickel with 13 points each. The high scorers for Team DAB (7-1) were Jonathan Ruiz with 20 points and Carlo Alyandu with eight. Jaden Llano also contributed to the team win with great defense and five points.
(Ryan Anne Flannery) Nationwide Cleaners 46
Flushing Express 42
The high scorers for Nationwide Cleaners (7-5) were Jonathan Daniels with 20 points and Tola Ayodele with 11. The high scorers for Flushing Express (3-5) were Tom Leuthner with 17 points and Tom Pecunia with 13. It was a close game until Nationwide Cleaners quickly pulled away at the start of the fourth quarter by converting on multiple fast breaks.
Team Dab 44
Flushing Express 34
The high scorers for Team Dab (11-1) were Jonathan Ruiz with 23 points and Carlo Alejandro with 11. The high scorers for Flushing Express (3-6) were Tom Leuthner with nine points and Tom Pecunia with six. It was a close game until the third quarter when Ruiz caught fire and scored 11 straight points.
(Oscar Filipkowski) 14 & Under
Tranquility Pro 45
The high scorers for Tranquility Pro (7-0) were Justin Angevine with 10 points and Diogo Arias with eight. The high scorer for Jokers (4-3) was Sebastian Santos with 10 points. Tranquility Pro built a lead through a combination of fast breaks and going to their big man, holding the lead throughout the game. Joaquin Agnes also contributed in the winning effort with fantastic rebounding.
(Michelle Filipkowska) Paint Folks 36
Shift Team 26
Kelechi Ogbuokini was outstanding for Paint Folks (5-2), draining 15 points. Nino Radoncic was right behind him with 14 points of his own. The highest scorer for Shift Team (3-5) was Mark Widartono with 10 points.
(Sabrina DiBenedetto) Hoop Dreams 36
Paint Folks 25
The high scorers for the Hoop Dreams were Deiondre Salcedo with 14 points and Cole Conlin with 12. The high scorer for Paint Folks was Kelechi Ogbuohiri with 20 points. Justin Dibra also contributed in the winning effort win great defense.
Paint Folks 25
Immaculate Heart of Mary (4-5) had a 19-13 halftime advantage they extended as they pulled away in the third quarter. The high scorers for IHM were Louis Santanelli with 13 points and Ronan McGoucan with seven. The high scorer for Paint Folks (5-4) was Kelechi Ogbuohiri with 16 points. Chris Veetaien helped in the win with great rebounding.
(Michelle Filipkowska) 12 & Under
Veterans Worldwide 35
Professional Mortgage 16
Veterans Worldwide Maintenance (5-4) enjoyed a comfortable 21-3 halftime lead when they pulled away in the second quarter. The high scorers for Veterans Worldwide were Caleb Phillips with eight points and Kai Horiuchi with six. The high score for Professional Mortgage Solutions (1-9) was Jacky Liu with nine points. Max Somershaf helped with the win with great rebounding.
Queens Finest 30
The high scorers for the Immaculate Heart of Mary (8-0) were Jordan Walker with 18 points and Jeremiah Osei with five. The high scorers for Queens Finest (4-4) were Desmond Wadd with 13 points and Brandon Gomez with 11. IHM eked out the win in overtime by converting an “and-1” in the final minute of overtime. Deandre White also contributed in the win with great defense.
(Michelle Filipkowska) Positive Auto Leasing 25
NY Future 22
In the age group 12 & under boys division of Heroes basketball league, Positive Auto Leasing (8-2) beat NY Future (5-4) by a final score of 25 to 22 on Wednesday. The high scorer for Positive Auto Leasing (8-2) was Marco Battaglia with eight points. The high scorer for NY Future (5-4) was Matty Cantor with seven points.
Queens Finest 30
NY Future 28
The high scorers for Queens Finest (6-4) were Brandon Gomez with 13 points and Desmond Ward with four. The high scorer for NY Future (5-5) was Matty Cantor with eight points.
(Sabrina DiBenedetto) 10 & Under
Veterans Worldwide 24
NY Future 20
This game wasn’t decided until the final minute of the fourth quarter when Veterans Worldwide (3-3) controlled the ball on offense and stopped the NY Future (5-3) offense with lock-down defense. The high scorers for Veterans Worldwide were Ashton Khoorchand with seven points and David Daniels with six. The high scorers for NY Future were Kelvyn Sanchez with four points and Matthew Cantor with three. Michael Allers also contributed to the win with good defense and four points.
(Ryan Anne Flannery)