I’m off to Carmel in a bit to see the Rams host Mahopac. Here’s a few roundups I didn’t get to post last night:
Eastchester 57, Ardsley 48: At Eastchester, Dave Solano had 20 points and Jack Daly had 19 points for the Eagles. Gabe Kardish had 13 points for the Panthers.
Carmel 52, Brewster 47: At Carmel, Bashkim Rugova had 17 points and Alex Grace had 12 points and 22 rebounds. Mike Bonilla had 19 points to lead the Bears.
North Salem 57, Pawling 52: In the first round of the Booster Club Wayne Outhouse tournament at North Salem, Umar Singh had 20 points and 14 rebounds. Terry Beyer added 10 points and Tommy Cole had 11 rebounds. North Salem will play Blind Brook today at 7 p.m. in the championship. Pawling will play Hamilton in the consolation game today at 3 p.m.
Mamaroneck 42, Rye Neck 39: In the first round of the Mamaroneck tournament, Alex Lanni had 10 points, including a two-pointer with seven seconds left to put the Tigers ahead by three. He also finished with 10 rebounds. Matt Mezansky added 16 points and eight rebounds. Brendan Crowley had 11 points for the Panthers. Mamaroneck will play Harrison in the championship today at 7 p.m. Rye Neck will play Rye in the consolation today at 5 p.m.
White Plains 57, Scarsdale 46: At White Plains, Michael Scotman scored 17 points for the Tigers. Akeem Williams scored 12 points. Greg Scacchi scored 13 points for the Raiders.
Peekskill 75, Ossining 53: At Peekskill, Bayron Carter had 20 points and 10 rebounds. Teammate Kyree Hull had 12 points and six steals. Steven Espinoza had 10 points to lead the Pride.
Dobbs Ferry 52, Irvington 31: At Irvington, Eric Paschall had 17 points and Spencer Avalos had 15 points for the Eagles. Jon Goldreich had eight points for the Bulldogs.
Clarkstown South 68, Ramapo 50: At Clarkstown South, Mike McCahey had 19 points and 11 rebounds. Clayton Roker and Kevin Giordano each added nine points for the Vikings. David Haye scored 18 points for the Gryphons.
Tappan Zee 63, Nyack 48: At Nyack, Pat Peterson scored 26 points for the Dutchmen. Billy O’Shea scored 16 points. Brendan O’Sullivan scored 17 points for the Indians.