Dragons - 8
In the 10 & Under Boys Division, American Classic Cakes beat the Dragons 19-8. The high scorers for American Classic Cakes were Altan Guventurk with ten and Oscar Filipkowski with five. The high scorers for the Dragons were Justine Anghiine with six, and Drew and Dillion Santalucia with one a piece. The American Classic Cakes methodically built up the lead by getting the ball to their big man early. Also contributing to the winning effort was Nino Radoncic with great passing.
Team Miyagi – 50
ESPN Zone - 36
In the 17 & Under Boys Division, Team Miyagi beat ESPN Zone 50–36. It was a close game until Miyagi outscored ESPN Zone by 1tn points in the 4th quarter. The high scorers for Miyagi were Justin Ortiz with ten points and Stephen Schmengsarsky with eight. The high scorer for ESPN Zone was Ethan Dewey with 14 points. Danilo Amaro also contributed to Miyagi’s win with good defense.
Woodside – 52
Queens Elite - 36
In the 17 & Under Boys Division, Woodside beat Queens Elite by a score of 52-36. Woodside started the first half on fire and led at the half by a score of 35-15. Woodside’s high scorer was Kevin Siete with 27 points. Queens Elite’s high scorer was Daniel Scarpulla with 14 points. Cholo Diaz also contributed to Woodside’s win with five points and a number of great assists.
Al Haag – 29
Plaster Party - 27
Al Haag beat Plaster Party by a final score was 29-27. At half time, Al Haag was up by one point, but by the end of the 3rd quarter Plaster Party had a three-point lead. But Al Haag came out on top, outscoring Plaster Party 11-6 in the 4th quarter. The high scorers for Al Haag were Danny DeBiase and Orian del Fierro with seven points each. The high scorer for Plaster Party was Justin Buffamante with ten points. Joseph Light and Jonathan Sinseor from Plaster Party both had great games as well. Light played good defense the entire game and had a nice steal in the 4th quarter. Sinseor showed his talents by hitting a lay-up in the 2nd quarter while falling to the ground. The MVP of the game goes to Liam Gallagher for the pari of foul shots he made with seconds left to put Al Haag up two points for the win.
5 Boros – 39
Team Miyagi - 22
5 Boros beat Team Miyagi by a score of 39-22. Derek Asap was the high scorer for 5 Boros with 11 points, scoring as soon as he got in the game. The high scorer for Miyagi was Stephen Slusarski with nine points. Miyagi put up a good fight, but 5 Boros just kept driving and getting to the hoop. Terrell Mewborn also contributed seven points for 5 Boros and showed some great defense to keep his team ahead in the game.
ESPN Zone – 62
5 Boros - 61
In the 17 & Under Division, ESPN Zone beat 5 Boros by a final score of 62-61. It was a game of runs as each team went on long scoring stints. It was a back-and-forth game down to the last minute, but ESPN Zone finally came out with the win. The high scorers for ESPN Zone were Ethan Dewey with 22 points and Chris Satizabal with 12 points. The leading scorer for 5 Boros was George Pena with 23 points. Also helping out ESPN Zone was Thomas Sanchez with ten points and excellent ball handling.
Illmatic – 35
Al Haag Plumbing - 24
In the 17 & Under Division, Illmatic defeated Al Haag Plumbing by a final of 35-24. The game involved many fast breaks and offensive rebounds. Illmatic went up by ten early and held on for the rest of the game. Juan Gutierrez and Jonathan Villegas lead the way for Illmatic with scoring and defense. Ryan Quinn led Al Haag with six points. Chris Espinoza also helped out Illmatic with great ball handling.
Santino's Crew – 46
Street Gang - 46
An intense 17 & Under game on Wednesday ended in a 46-46 tie between Santino's Crew and Street Gang. The game could not go into overtime when regulation ended because of the failing light. It was a back-and-forth affair, with both teams were going point for point with each other. Leading Santino's Crew was Rudy Collins with 26 out of the team's 46 points. Leading Street Gang was Ricky Wahmam with 16 points.