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Monday’s recap: Nyack hands Albertus second straight loss

Posted By Dan DeFrancesco On February 4, 2013 @ 7:54 pm In Boys Basketball | Comments Disabled

(Dicky V. voice) It’s crazzzzzzzzzy baby

Final week of the regular season and it’s only fitting that we start things off with a buzzer beater. Nyack’s Jamar Joseph hit a 3, in overtime nonetheless, to give Albertus their second straight loss. While Joseph hit the big shot, it was Dashawn Rodriguez who came up huge for the Indians, scoring 23 points, including six from beyond the arc.

At Croton-Harmon, Ian Thom scored 44 points, tying him with Jim Falter (‘91) for the second most points in a game in Croton-Harmon history.

At Tuckahoe, Shyheim Nixon dropped 39 points, including a layup to bring the game to overtime. It wasn’t enough though, as Irvington went on a 5-0 run to open up the overtime. Kevin Tierney led the Bulldogs with 27 points.

We’ll have a recap from the big rematch in Rockland (North Rockland-Spring Valley) later on.

Josh will also have a recap from Scarsdale-Eastchester.

Today’s roundups:
Nyack 60, Albertus Magnus 59, OT: At Nyack, Jamar Joseph hit the eventual game-winning 3-pointer with :02 left in overtime. Joseph finished with eight points and 10 rebounds. Dashawn Rodriguez had 23 points, including six 3-pointers. Khalid Shabazz had eight points. Jack Sullivan had 25 points and Matt Dale had 14 points for the Falcons.

North Rockland 61, Spring Valley 50: At Spring Valley, Alex Ramirez scored 16 points as North Rockland (15-1) snapped the Tigers 13-game winning streak. Charles Nardone added 11 points. Kai Mitchell scored 12 points for the Tigers. In their previous meeting on Jan. 11 Spring Valley (14-2) beat the Red Raiders. Currently, both teams sit in a virtual tie atop the League 4-A standings with one loss each.

Croton-Harmon 67, Roosevelt 53: At Croton-Harmon, Ian Thom scored 44 points on 16 of 22 shooting and hit seven 3-pointers. Thom tied Jim Falter for second most points in a game in Croton-Harmon’s history. Thom also had 10 rebounds and four assists. Jason Howald had eight points and six steals. Demetrius Thomas had 23 points for Roosevelt.

Irvington 65, Tuckahoe 63, OT: At Tuckahoe, Kevin Tierney had 27 points and Jerelle Price had 13. Shyheim Nixon had 39 points, including a layup in the final second of the fourth quarter to force overtime.

Clarkstown North 68, Suffern 53: At Clarkstown North, Vincent Lleshaj had 21 points and 11 rebounds. Brendon Hendrickson added 18 points and 11 rebounds. Sal Barbetto scored 10 points. Brendan Kenny had 17 points for the Mounties while Javin Williams added 11.

Pelham 54, Yonkers 32: At Yonkers, Jon Miller scored 10 points. Matt Rial added nine points. Felix Gyabach scored 10 points for the Bulldogs.

Children’s Village 54, Palisade Prep 48: At Children’s Village, Andre Jones scored 17 points. Kareem Padgett had 10 points and 12 rebounds. Roger Ownes had 10 points and 10 rebounds. Isaiah Ward scored 16 points for the Phoenix.

Blind Brook 59, Keio 34: At Keio, Brennan Schaenman had 14 points and Jeff Visoky had 12. Fumiaki Kobayashi had 17 points.

Rye Neck 74, Hawthorne Cedar Knolls 56: At Hawthorne Cedar Knolls, Matt Franks had 19 points. Ryan Aquino had 12 points. Kevin McDermott had 22 points for Hawthorne Cedar Knolls.

Biondi 57, Yonkers Montessori 27: At Biondi, Ronald Garcia scored 14 points in the first half and finished with 19. Broderick Lahonome added 14.

White Plains 55, Mamaroneck 38: At White Plains, Mike DeMello had 23 points and six assists. Rexler Noel added 11 while Nate Hudson grabbed nine rebounds. Ryan Orgielewicz had 11 points for Mamaroneck while Kumar Nambiar added 10.

Edgemont 58, Dobbs Ferry 43: At Edgemont, Ram Chadha scored 21 points as the Panthers earned a share of the league title for the first time since 1999. Jack Keeny added 15 points. Eric Paschall had 18 points for the Eagles.

Solomon Schechter 63, Greenburgh 58, OT: At Solomon Schechter, Jake Diamond scored 20 points and 11 rebounds. Noah Goldberg had 16 points and 10 rebounds. Raheem Fullmore had 23 points for Greenburgh.

Martin Luther King Jr. 59, Clark Academy 34: At Clark Academy, Raijien Griffin had 17 points, 10 assists and five steals. Deshawn Johnson had Jermain Shaw each had 10 points. Taiquam Johnson had 17 points, five rebounds and four steals for the Blue Knights.

Ossining 68, Port Chester 62: At Ossining, Steven Espinoza-Hunter had 20 points and Kayvon Murray had 13. Noah Morton had 10 points. Tim Brown had 18 points and Kayson Calhoun had 17 for the Rams.

Byram Hills 63, Horace Greeley 49: At Byram Hills, Jeff Lynch had 20 points. Chad Friedburg added 10 and had 10 rebounds while Andrew Groll recorded 22 rebounds. Matt Xie had 19 points for the Quakers while Harrison Brown added 18.

Carmel 58, Brewster 48: At Brewster, R.J. Martinez had 25 points. Ryan Dougherty had 11 points. Brian McNeil had 13 points for Brewster.

Clarkstown South 73, Ramapo 38: At Clarkstown South, Conor McGuinness and Joey Zayer both had 16 points. Tyler Mager had 11 points. Frank Wilson-Woods had 12 points for Ramapo.

Bronxville 53, Haldane 48: At Bronxville, Dylan Murray had 16 points. Ned Carpenter had 15 points and nine rebounds. Charlie Tarry had 12 points. Matt Forlow had 14 points for Haldane.

Gorton 69, Saunders 54: At Gorton, Dane Williamson had 25 points and Rashan McKay had 14 as Gorton clinches the Yonkers league title with the win. Derick Felder scored 13 and Dylan McKenzie had 10 for the Blue Devils.

Harvey 48, EF International 37: At Harvey, Jake Cohn had 11 points and five assists. Rickey Hicks also had 11 points. Andrew Schwartz added eight rebounds. Teddy Woo had 10 points for EF International.

Pearl River 53, Hastings 41: At Pearl River, Kevin Degnan had 35 points and 13 rebounds. Tom Davis added 11 points. Francesco Scioscia had 17 points for the Yellow Jackets.

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