Here is my story on Croton-Harmon’s comeback against Pleasantville, along with the rest of the results. Check the blog later for my story on the championship of the George Budries Tournament between Somers and Ossining.
Croton-Harmon was able to overcome a 14-point deficit early in the fourth quarter to beat visiting Pleasantville 58-49 Monday.
The Panthers held a 45-31 lead before the Tigers went on a 27-4 win in the final seven minutes thanks to a full-court press.
Patrick Gallagher finished with 19 points in the win. Teammates Teejay Searight and Chris McVeety scored 14 and 10, respectively.
Chris Maloney and Bryan Wolf scored 10 points each for Pleasantville.
Best of the rest: Damarcus Miller scored 25 points in Stepinac’s 76-67 win at Spellman. … Devonte Banner had 17 points and six steals in Mount Vernon’s 60-50 win against visiting Green Tech. … Derrick Felder scored 22 points and grabbed seven rebounds in Saunders’ 57-41 win at Riverside. … Anthony Montella and Kevin Silverberg each had 14 points in Salesian’s 62-54 loss at St. Edmund. … Chris Ayson had 26 points, five assists and six steals in Pelham’s 61-49 win at Westlake. … Sacred Heart won 61-39 at Gorton behind 16 points from Justin Brown. … Zach Coleman had 14 points and Jelani Bell-Isaac added 13 in Putnam Valley’s 57-52 win over Washingtonville.
Croton-Harmon 58, Pleasantville 49
Stepinac 76, Spellman 67
Mount Vernon 60, Green Tech 50
Putnam Valley 57, Washingtonville 52
St. Edmund 62, Salesian 54
Saunders 57, Riverside 41
Pelham 61, Westlake 49
Sacred Heart 61, Gorton 39
George Budries Tournament at Yorktown
Consolation: Clarkstown North 60, Yorktown 38
Somers 68, Ossining 49