Don’t wake them! Hoop Dreams pick up 2 wins
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10 & Under

IHM 26

Pro Met PT 12

IHM lit it up with fast breaks and executing them amazingly as they pulled away and never looked back. The high scorers for IHM were Jayden with eight points and Ethan Torres with six. The high scorer for Pro Met PT was Joey Guardi with five points. Dylan Torres also contributed to the win with good defense.

NY Future 31

St. Margaret 5

The high scorers for NY Future were Toby Pascal with 15 points and Daniel Murray with six. The high scorer for St. Margaret’s was Matthew Shalvey with two points. NY Future methodically built up a lead by stealing the ball and crashing the boards. Marcus Cercado also contributed to the win with good defense.

(Ryan Anne Flannery)

Bigamore 34

Queens Elite 23

The high scorers for Bigamore were Jayden Ramirez with 13 points and Ryan Ortiz with 10. The high scorers for Queens Elite were Aidan Kiyashka with nine points and Christian M. with six. It was a close game until Bigamore pulled away with a quick 15 points off of fast breaks in the third quarter, holding Queens Elite to just two points.

NY Future 31

Demarco Law 9

The high scorers for NY Future were Toby Pascual and Daniel Murray with six points each. The high scorer for Demarco Law was Francisco Llerandi with six points. NY Future methodically built up a lead by playing lock down defense and converting fast breaks off turnovers. Justin Ojeda also contributed in the winning effort with great defense.

(Tyler Flannery) 12 & Under

Avenue Bar 27

IHM 23

It was a close game until Avenue Bar pulled away by attacking the basket. The high scorers for Avenue Bar were Cole Conlin with 15 points and Joseph Pennolino with five. The high scorers for IHM were Matt Rosa and Jordan Huertas with six points. Brandon Paider also contributed to the win with good defense.

(Ryan Anne Flannery)

IMH 19

Brooklyn Ballerz 16

The high scorers for IHM were Matthew Rosa with five points and Bryson Davis with four. The high scorers for Brooklyn Ballerz were Brandon Edmunds with nine points and Nicholas Tung with three. It was a close game until IMH outscored Brooklyn Ballerz in the third quarter before the game was cancelled due to rain.

Hoop Dreams 25

Avenue Bar 13

The high scorers were Matthew Kieblesz with seven points and Jonathan Rodriguez with six. The high scorers for Avenue Bar were Joe Liotta with nine points and Cole Conlin with four. It was a close game until Hoop Dreams tightened up on defense and didn’t allow Avenue Bar to score in the third quarter.

In the Zone 44

Navillus 22

The high scorers for In the Zone were Jessie Kilian with 10 points and Michael Presivelis with nine. The high scorers for Navillus were Dominik Kasza with five points and Krishen Persand with four. In the Zone methodically build up a lead by playing lock down defense and only allowing Navillus to score five points for the entire first half, holding the lead throughout the game. Hudsun Yaram also contributed in the winning effort with great defense.

Queens Elite 39

Avenue Bar 23

The high scorers for Queens Elite were Toby Pascual with 11 points and Lior Cabrera with nine. The high scorers for Avenue Bar were Joseph Deanolino with 12 points and Cole Conlin with seven. It was a close game until Queens Elite pulled away with 12 points in the last quarter.

Hoop Dreams 30

In the Zone 20

The high scorers for Hoop Dreams were Jonathan Rodriguez with eight points and Justin Dibru with six. The high scorers for In the Zone were Hudson Yarom with 12 points and Michael Presigeis with three. It was a close game until Hoop Dreams only allowed In the Zone to score one point in the second quarter.

Navillus 23

Brooklyn Ballerz 22

The high scorers for Navillus were Krishen Persand with 12 points and Damian Nierwinski with four. The high scorers for Brooklyn Ballerz were Brandon Edmund with 10 points and Nicholas Tung with four.

Guess Who 47

IHM 10

The high scorers for Guess Who were Albric Whitter with 12 points and Isaiah Milien with 10. The high scorers for IHM were Randy Veerapen and Matt Rosa with four points each. Guess Who built up a lead by consistently scoring off of fast breaks. Noah Parness also contributed in the winning effort with great passing.

In the Zone 32

Navillus 25

The high scorers for In the Zone were Michael Ovies with nine points and Hudson Yaron with eight. The highs scorers for Navillus were Bryan Flannery with 10 points and Joey Martinez with six. It was a close game until In the Zone managed to pull away by playing lockdown defense in the fourth quarter.

(Tyler Flannery) 14 & Under

Swift Renovations 34

Sacred Heart 12

Swift Renovations enjoyed a 24-3 halftime lead after they pulled away in the second quarter in the game. The high scorers for Swift Renovations were Tyler Angevine with 20 points and William Laburda with three. The high scorer for Sacred Heart was Francesco Pennolino with four points.

(Michelle Filipkowska)

17 & Under

St. Joe’s 49

HiLo Pro Forklift 48

The high scorers for St. Joe’s were Javon Davis with 12 points and Jordan Webber with 11. The high scorers for HiLo Pro Forklift were Jonathan Ruiz with 22 points and Matthew Piszczatowski with five. Anes Gacevic also contributed in the winning effort with great rebounding.

Galasso Trucking 65

Crazed Dogs 31

The high scorers for Galasso Trucking were Dajon Chavis with 22 points and Charles Brown with 18. The high scorer for Crazed Dogs was Nick Auceri with 23 points. Galasso Trucking built its lead with a well-rounded offense approach, hitting the big man but firing away shots from the outside as well. Eamonn Doran also contributed in the winning effort with great defense and passing.

(Michelle Filipkowska)

Tune Squad 37

Galasso Trucking 26

The high scorers for Tune Squad were Cory Madden with 17 points and Joe DiBenedetto with four. The high scorer for Galasso was Arafat Shaibo with 12 points. Liam Dalton helped in the win with great passing.

(James Abbot)
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