Champions crowned in 2014 Heroes Basketball League
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17 & Under Samuel & Sons 64 First Refrigerator 46 The high scorers for Samuel & Sons Plumbing were Joe Dibenedetto with 17 points and Dylan Hogan with 11. The high scorers for First Refrigerator were Ryan Ross with 21 points and Brandon Laboy with 10. Marcus Downer also contributed to the winning effort with outstanding rebounding and 10 points of his own. 14 & Under Kingsbay Wolves 57 Team Noah 26 The high scorers for the Kingsbay Wolves were Femi Odukace with 15 points and Clinton Kinyet with 13. The high scorers for Team Noah were Javon Davis and Noel DePlans with 8 points each. Khalil Boyce also contributed to the winning effort with outstanding defense. 12 & Under California Pizza 44 Tranquility 21 The high scorers for California Pizza Kitchen were Dior Ostrozubi with 16 points and Becir Hot with 14. The high scorers for Tranquility were Jack Khawaja with 9 points and Omar Diplan with 6. Congratulations to Jack Khawaja from Tranquility and Domenic Lobosco from California Pizza Kitchen on winning the hustle award, which is a free week to Martin Luther basketball camp and McClancy basketball camp, respectively. 10 & Under Marlins 19 Brooklyn Ballers 17 The high scorers for the Marlins were Jayden Ramirez with 15 points and Joseph Ching with 2. The high scorers for the Brooklyn Ballers were Loubert Loussaint with 6 points and Andrew Saintelos with 4. This game was an intense one that was decided in overtime. Congratulations to Jackson Cherubin from Brooklyn Ballers and Isaac Martinez from the Marlins on winning the hustle award, which is a free week to Martin Luther basketball camp and McClancy basketball camp, respectively. (Ryan Anne Flannery) PLAYOFF ROUNDUP 12 & Under Tranquility 42 Guess Who 25 This was a close game until the second half, when Tranquility capitalized on a number of fast breaks. The high scorers for Tranquility were Matthew Bianki with 10 points and Joseph Medina and Zach Fisher with 9 points each. The high scorer for Guess Who was Isaiah Milier with 9 points. Kujo Radoncic also contributed in the winning effort with great passing. California Pizza 32 Dapper Cuts 21 California Pizza Kitchen pulled away with 5 minutes left in the fourth quarter thanks to some inspired defense. The high scorers for California Pizza Kitchen were Dior Ostrozubi with 9 points and Domenic LoBosco with 8. The high scorers for Dapper Cuts & Shave was Daniel Tera with 6 points. Patti Marino also contributed in the winning effort with great rebounding. <1>(James Abbot)
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France isn’t the only place hosting a big bike ride
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Thousands of bicyclists took to the streets of Queens on Sunday for the 7th annual Tour de Queens, a 20-mile tour through the borough that begins in the shadow of the Unisphere in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. This year the tour featured a new route, taking riders through Flushing, Murray Hill, Auburndale, Bayside and Whitestone with a rest stop at Little Bay Park. (Photos: Kevin Tsai)
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