Heroes Basketball League Results 5/19-5/23
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Thursday, May 19

Woodside – 64

ESPN Zone - 44

In the 17-and-under Boys Division of the Heroes League, Woodside beat ESPN Zone by a final score of 64 to 44. The high scorers for Woodside were Kevin Garcia with 21 points and Joshua Lee with 12 points. The high scorers for ESPN Zone were Chris Satizbal with 16 points and Thomas Sanchez with 14 points. Woodside was able to pull away in the third quarter by scoring on fast breaks multiple times in spurts. Woodside's stamina eventually wore ESPN Zone down. Michael Ruiz also contributed to the winning effort with great team leadership.

St. Stans – 56

Kemco - 42

In the 14-and-under Boys Division, St. Stans beat Kemco by a final score of 56 to 42. Joseph DiBenedetto led the way for St. Stans as he carved up Kemco's defense, scoring 24 points, 16 of which were in the first half. David Perez also helped in the winning effort, contributing 14 points and great defense. The high scorer for Kemco was Jimmy Shields with 14 points. Liam Dalton also helped in the winning effort with great ball handling and passing.

Monday, May 23

Al Haag Plumbing Too - 22

Sweet Dreamz - 16

In the 14-and-under Boys Division, Al Haag Plumbing Too beat Sweet Dreamz by a final score of 22 to 16. It was a very slow-moving game, with a lot of missed shots. The score at halftime was only 3 to 2 in Sweet Dreamz's favor. Leading the way for Al Haag were Orian del Fierro and Tim McQuail with 8 points apiece. Once Al Haag started making some open shots, they took a 6-point lead and held it to the end. Jake Clarke lead the way for Sweet Dreamz with four points, and Brandon Finnigan helped out with good ball handling and team leadership.

Woodside - 36

Al Haag Plumbing - 22

In the 17-and-under Boys Division on Monday, Woodside beat Al Haag Plumbing by a final score of 36 to 22. It was a tough game to watch as neither team could make a shot for the first few minutes. The score at the end of the first quarter was just 4-0 in favor of Woodside. As Woodside finally started making shots, Al Haag fell behind, and even though they started heating up later, it was too late for a comeback. The leading scorer for Woodside was Michael Ruiz with 14 points, and the leading scorer for Al Haag Plumbing was Eugene Reynolds

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