Rye Neck plays spoiler in the Mamaroneck Sound Shore Classic, beating the host to set up a battle with Rye in the final. This is Rye Neck’s sixth straight win.
John Decker with another monster game, putting up 38 points as the Tuskers get their ninth straight win. I know everyone is excited for next Saturday’s Peekskill-Mahopac game, but the Indians need to get through this Somers team on Tuesday first.
Here are the rest of today’s roundups.
Rye Neck 51, Mamaroneck 45: In the first round of the Mamaroneck Sound Shore Classic, Matt Franks scored 18 points for the Panthers. Chriss Pennell scored 13 points. Scott Greenberg had 14 points and five steals for the Tigers. Ryan Orgielewicz scored 13 points. Rye Neck will play Rye in the championship game today at 7 p.m. Mamaroneck will play Harrison in the consolation game today at 5 p.m.
Somers 54, John Jay 51: At John Jay, John Decker had 38 points for the Tuskers. Joe Kells had 12 points for the Indians. Jack Paccione had 11 points.
Briarcliff 47, Pleasantville 44: At Briarcliff, Spencer Seabrook was sent to the line after being fouled on an inbounds pass with 2.4 seconds left in the fourth quarter. He hit both free throws to extend the Bears lead to three points which ended up being the difference. Seabrook finished with eight points and 10 rebounds and teammate Brian Daniels had 29 points. Jack Eisenberg had 15 points and Nick Greto had 11 for the Panthers.
Rye 60, Harrison 47: In the first round of the Mamaroneck Sound Shore Classic, Max Twyman had 24 points and 10 rebounds. Drew Abate had 14 points. Trent Lefkowitz had 12 points for the Huskies. Rye will play Rye Neck in the championship game today at 7 p.m. Harrison will play Mamaroneck in the consolation game at 5 p.m.
North Rockland 67, Ramapo 34: At North Rockland, Jamell Lockhart scored 13 points in the win. Elijah Tillman added 10 points. Robert Vaughn scored eight points for Ramapo.
Ossining 59, Croton-Harmon 43: At Ossining, Steven Espinoza-Hunter had 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Pride. Kayvon Murray added 14 points. Ian Thom had 24 points for the Tigers.
Solomon Schechter 48, Martin Luther King 47: At Martin Luther King Thursday, Jake Diamond had 23 points for the Lions. Evan Ashley had 11 points. Peter Hargrove 19 points for Martin Luther King.
Scarsdale 57, Pelham 42: At Pelham, Jack Hewitt had 21 points, Dylan LoBue had 14 and Tyler Nathan had 11. Chris Ayson had 14 points for the Pelicans.
Harvey 67, Watkinson 48: At Watkinson Thursday, Jesse Zubren had 23 points and 11 rebounds in Harvey’s first win of the season. Austin Foreman had 10 points and five rebounds. Rickey Hicks had eight points and eight assists.
Valhalla 58, Hamilton 17: Terrance Tribble had 14 points and 11 rebounds. Craig Brown had nine points for the Red Raiders.
Tappan Zee 65, Nanuet 31: At Tappan Zee, Joe Letizia had 17 points for the Dutchmen. Dan McGann had 16 points and eight rebounds. Brendan Hauser had 11 points and five steals. Mike Mulligan had 16 points for the Golden Knights.
Iona Prep B 36, St. Raymond’s B 29: At Iona Prep, Jack Aorzelius had16 points and nine points for the Gaels. Malik Joseph had eight points and eight rebounds.
Pearl River 55, Nyack 45: At Pearl River, with the Pirates up 24-19 coming out of halftime, they outscored the Indians 16-7 in the third quarter to put the game away. Tom Davis had 17 points, nine of which came in the third quarter, and 13 rebounds for the Pirates. Kevin Degnan scored 13 points. Teammate Tom Armour added 11 points. Terrence McNair scored nine points for the Indians.
Hen Hud 61, Haldane 46: At Hen Hud, Kyle Monk had 16 points and Adam Laub had 12. Matt Forlow had 22 points for the Sailors.
Panas 64, Kennedy 59: At Kennedy, Vaughn Dweck scored 16 points for the Panthers. Lylle Ryalls scored 12 points. Chris Gillen scored 19 points for the Gaels. Sean Delaney scored 15 points.
Byram Hills 68, Horace Greeley 48: At Horace Greeley, Brian Skelly with 19 points. Ryan Golden with 15 points and nine rebounds. Jeff Lynch with 15 points, five assists and five steals. Andrew Groll with 13 points and 15 rebounds. Harrison Brown had 28 points for the Quakers.