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Cavaliers vs Fireballs: The Cavaliers were led offensively by Ryssa Swanson and Corin Bottom. The defensive players were Madison Hintze and Kali Ryder. The Fireballs offensive players were Katie Dirga and Juliette Cryder, the defensive players were Syndney Howard and Shannon Kelleher.

Dunkin Daisies vs Candy Girls: The Dunkin Daisies were led offensively by Kelsey Pearson and Taylor McPadden; the defensive players were Grace Eurell and Amyla Posey. The Candy Girls were led offensively by Eileen McCleary and Kylee Raiano, the defensive players were Anna Burns and Nicki Shairer.

Filan Asso Dribblers vs Hurricanes: The Filan Asso Dribblers were led offensively by Alea Willis and Karsen Pirone. The defensive players were Annie Minor and Ellie Minor. The Hurricanes were led offensively by Kate Petersen and Katie Ryan, the defensive players were Genevieve Murray and Laura Augenbrau.

Grades 5-6

Colonial Chiropractic Dr Schmid Mighty Mustangs 20, Zephyr Lock Orange Crush 18: Jenna Ciavara dropped in 8 points and grabbed 8 rebounds. Natalie Shaker and Ashley Santore combined for another 10 points and 10 rebounds, respectively, to lead the Mighty Mustangs to a very hard-fought victory. Emma Schmid Tharnish and Lauren King fought hard on the boards against much taller opponents. Rebecca Gavel and Casey Muckell led the defensive attack combining for 8 steals. Ashely Lynch and Madilyn Cole were offense leaders for the Orange Crush. Lexy Leidlein led on defense.

Zephyr Lock Orange Crush 37, 56ers 9: Lucy Draper and Dylan Zahansky led the Orange Crush in strong defense along with Vanessa Tucker who added 4 points. Isabel Pryor had 4 points and Ashley Lynch 14. The 56ers played tough throughout the game led on defense by Grace Larsen. Sarah Dowling dropped in a quarter-ending shot from 3-point range to ignite the crowd. Megan Nahmias and Alexandra Futterman, along with Rachel D’Asilio and Emily Bell, also had a strong game.

Pampered Chef Thunder 35, The Flash 19: The Pampered Chef Thunder came out strong against The Flash with a decisive 35-19 win. Olivia Hamula and Kayla Ward dominated offensively scoring 13 and 10 points, respectively. Ava Petrellese added 6 points, Cory Mangold popped in 4, and Tessa Leon-Gambetta added 2. The defensive was led by Amanda Solomon and Kayla Petit. Kayla Ward controlled the boards, pulling down 8 rebounds. The Flash played strong in the second half. Abbie Pearson chipped in a basket, along with Allie Indelicato’s 14 points. Julia Anderson and Claire Swanson controlled the boards, with Caitlyn Child dropping in a bucket. Katie Basset made some key passes and Cathy Hyeon was active in the offensive scheme, setting screens for her teammates. Olivia Holman played strong at point supported by Kaitlyn Hull on the wing.

Lady Hawks 19, Crazy Fruits 8: The Lady Hawks, Sydney Flint, Natalie Kelchner, Grace Frost and Kendra Dunnigan each scored 4 points to lead the team. Emily Neave led the offense with 3 assists. Nicole Frascatore led the team with 6 rebounds and Larkin Huffman anchored the defense with 3 steals. For the Crazy Fruits, Tegan Dougherty and Jackie Guovera played great offense, while Emily Renjalin and Teresa Forlenzo solidified the defense.

The Storm 30, Rankin Sports Pink Panthers 19: The Storm continued to roll with a 30-19 win over the feisty Rankin Sports Pink Panthers. Clinging to an 18-16 lead entering the fourth quarter, The Storm switched to a trapping full court press. The defensive pressure resulted in a 12- point outburst in a two-minute span that helped seal the victory. Carly Kreshpan scored 10 of her game-high 20 points in the decisive run, to help propel The Storm to victory. Julia Bogdanoff, Megan Kelleher, Allie Eurell, Christina Sgobbo, and Charli Condon each scored a basket to balance out the scoring. The Pink Panthers we led Caroline Caporale with 12 points, and Elizabeth Weisgerber chipping in 6 and Simone Afriyie added a free throw. Sarah Lindell led the defensive charge with Isabel and Catherine Shaw. Alex Sabillon and Hannah Luby were strong on the boards.

Grade 6

Westport 31, Newtown 29: Newtown jumped out to an early 15-6 lead, but were unable to hold off the undefeated Westport squad. Megan Goyda and Nikki Zaccaro tallied 10 points each, while Jillian Pieretti and Olyvia Shaw had 4 apiece. Goyda pulled down 12 boards, Pieretti 7, and Hailey Conrad 5. Zaccaro added 6 steals, Shaw 4, and Cassidy Datin 4.

Newtown 36, Wilton 29: Newtown avenged an early season loss with this hard-fought victory over a very tall and aggressive Wilton team. Newtown’s smothering full court pressure led to a season-high 37 steals, with Zaccaro getting 10, Jessica Maturo (2 points) 7, and Meghan Doyle (2 points) 4. On the boards, Kamdynn Moroney (3 points) pulled down 10 big rebounds, with Datin (2 points) gathering 7. Goyda was unstoppable in-close, with 13 points. Zaccaro added 6 and Shaw 4. Colleen MCCarthy added 3 rebounds, 2 steals, and 2 points.

Newtown 30, New Castle 14: Newtown went on a furious 10-0 run over the last two minutes of the game to put this one away. Goyda scored 12, Zaccaro 6, and Doyle and Conrad had 4 each. Pieretti and Zaccaro had 8 rebounds apiece. Zaccaro had 10 steals for the second game in a row, followed by Pieretti and Goyda (3 blocks) with 4 each.


Badgers 29, Exploding Oreos 28: The Badgers took their first lead of the game with 30 ticks left on the game clock and then hung on to win this nail-biter at Hawley School. Offensively, the Badgers were led by Carly Swierbut with 10 points, while Ashley Solomon, Ally Tolson, and Tess Davenport added six points apiece. The defensive stars wearing the Badger red were Kendra “my house” Saunders and Savannah LaFerriere. Liza Gentrup and Nathalie Schickendantz made their presence known and had several big rebounds. The Oreos were led offensively by scrappy Kimberly Buttery and Grace Pettinelli, each with eight points, while Jaclyn Moccio, Casey McLean, and Sienna Cummings all contributed clutch baskets. Heather Stroili and Emily Hartman used their quickness on the defensive side for the Oreos to frustrate the opposition.

Law Offices of Gail Matthews Pink Panthers 12, Carminuccio’s Huskies 3: The Pink Panthers were led offensively by Samantha “coast to coast” Bicho with six points, while Jackie Matthews, Nicki DaPra, and Alison Kelleher also contributing to their team’s point total. Defensively, the Vodola twins, Angela and Veronica, played like they were quintuplets… they were everywhere. Carolina Stubbs and Annika Brady were tops for the Huskies in scoring, and Anna Cartelli was excellent at point guard. On defense, Jenna Gonski hit the glass hard, getting key rebounds, and Evie Schwertley played tough D.


Grade 2

Maroon Magic vs Lightning: The Lightning played their first full-court game of the season and continued to show their improving skills. Hayden Miller, Nicholas Fischer, Michael Haddick, and Daniel Jaeger teamed up to play outstanding team basketball. Sean O’Sullivan, Ryder Palumbo, Kyle Pettit, and Ryan Heran worked as a unit as they played great team defense and moved the ball on offense. The Maroon Magic was short-staffed this weekend due to other commitments so the boys made the best of it and played some 4-on-4 half court and then full court ball. Kyle Reilly and Daniel Pond were strong offensively while John Sullivan and Macklin Berry hustled on defense with some good stops and deflections. The boys got plenty of playing time and were happy.

 Burnt Bananas vs The Blue Ice: The Burnt Bananas jumped around like gorillas with overcooked food as they put forth their best team effort of the season. Grant Baker and Ben and Ethan Paley anchored the defense, while Trevor Jacozzi, Noah DiNallo, and Jake “the snake” Mailloux played well on both sides of the ball. Karl Miller and Luke “the nuke” Hannan ignited an explosive offense, while Jack Street and Little Pete Petersen were tickling the twine. Jack Stenze was a monster under the boards. The Blue Ice played well in their transition to 5-on-5 full court basketball. CJ Demers used several smart moves to the basket to lead the team in scoring. Jake Dandrea converted a few fast breaks into baskets using his patented jump stop move. Nick Sabillon and Miller Tetreault performed well at the guard position. Riley Dole, Conor Dole, and Aiden DellaCorte were very active on man-to-man defense, shutting down the players they were guarding. In the 3-on-3 warmups, Steven Cotton and Arav Dave scored impressive baskets.

Oranges vs Nighthawks: The Oranges had their first go at 5-on-5 full court after playing a few 3-on-3 games. They were led by Patrick Boyle, Dillon Diaspro, and Michael Elston on offense. All three had a great day of shooting. The defensive squeeze was applied by Neil Kalra, Connor Smith, and Adam Zibluk. Nighthawks Ryan Ruddy, Clayton Kunzweiler, Matthew Williams, Connor Mandarano, and Gus Coffey teamed up to lead the Nighthawks on the offensive attack. The boys showed off a variety of moves and great shots in their first full court game. On the defensive side, James Malin, Chris Shaker, Andrew Bazura, Zach Kugler, and Brandan Akbas played strong defense, pulled down numerous rebounds and made multiple steals.

Grade 3

Red Devils offensive players of the week: Jared Dunn, Sean McKinley, and Quinn McAndrew; defensive players were

John Giordino, Dillon Robinson, and Joseph Rios.

Ghostbusters offensive players, Patrick Oberstadt, Ricky Ward, and Sam Eppers; defensive players: Eli Enriquez, Stephen Sedensky, and Nick Hobar.

Warriors offensive players: Kyle Sullivan, Josh Taylor, and Max Wrage; defensive players: Ryan McNerny, Patrick Grover, and Milan Chand.

Huskies offensive players: JP Forde, Kieran Coffey, and Luke Azzarito; defensive players: Trevor Merrick, Austin Cote, and Justin Engler.

Wildcats offensive players: Chris Frascatore, Attila Sepkin, and Will Archiere; defensive players: Kyle Good, Stephen Vournazos, and Hunter Kirkman.

Hornets offensive players: Trey Hazard, Nathan Paltauf, and Chris Beal; defensive players: Dooley, Max Hansen, and Tucker Depuy

Red Devils: Justin DeThomas was offensive player of the week: Owen Meeker was outstanding defensive player.

Grade 4

Flaming Monkeys 20, Adviserstrust.com Heat 16: Daniel Mason and Riley McCafferty combined for 16 points for the Monkeys. Gavin Connors had 6 assists, Chris Venezia had an outstanding game on defense with 4 steals and Jacob Clements had 7 rebounds. For the Heat, Tucker Garrity and Timmy Davis combined for 9 points, while Matt Dubois had 3 assists, Eric Casagrande had 5 steals, and Garrett Norberg had 11 rebounds

 Blue Streak 21, Mavericks 17: For the Streak, Derrick Lewis and Ryan Burns combined for 12 points. Trevor Bottom had 4 assists, Ben Nowacki led the defense with 4 steals, and Kyle Cascone had 7 rebounds. The Mavericks were led by Jack Sullivan and Mark Leonardi, who combined for 9 points. Timmy McCarthy had 4 assists. The defense was led by Nicholas Accousti with 5 steals and Cameron Trivers with 7 rebounds.

 Blue Streak 19, Aces 19: For the Streak, Ben Nowacki and Harry Lucas combined for 11 points, while Vincent Genovese had 4 assists, Ryan Burns led the defense with 4 steals and Reed Hammond had 7 rebounds. Aces were led by the scoring of Todd Petersen and Tom Luciano, who combined for 17 points. Jonathan Nahmias had 4 assists and Alex Budd had 10 rebounds.

 The Beasts 21, Globetrotters 20: Faris Kaghat and Jimmy Davies combined for 13 points for the Beasts. Harvey Long had 4 assists, while Tyler Clure had 4 steals and Connor Hughes had 7 rebounds. For the Globetrotters, John Albanesi and Danny Schreiber combined for 14 points. Logan Flynn had 5 assists, Ty Dickinson led the defense with 4 steals and Bryan Ingwersen had 6 rebounds.

Grade 5

Red Bulls 32, Kia-Mazda of Old Saybrook Nighthawks 31: With less than 15 seconds remaining in the game, Adam Farley stole an inbound pass and hit one of two free throws, leading the Red Bulls to victory in one of the most exciting games of the season at NYA. The Red Bulls enjoyed a complete team effort, getting contributions from every player on the court. Ethan Aug led the scoring with 12 points and was a beast under the boards, securing 17 rebounds. Justin Woodward added 6 points, Farley 4, and Kyle Gaynor 4. Evan Landgrebe, Ben Drew, and Ben Harrison also scored for the Red Bulls, while Sam Parsons, Sterling Radasci, and Ryan Patrick played hard defensively, keeping a strong Nighthawks team in check just enough to squeak out a victory. Joshua Dunn (13 points), Dylan Sock, and Tom Skrelja were strong on offense for the Nighthawks. Skrelja made a couple of finger roll layups and Dylan Sock was 4-9 from the field and 1-1 from the charity stripe. Joshua also made a key inbound steal and layup to tie the game at 31-31 late in the fourth quarter. Will Skrelja, Constantine Vogiatzis, Christian Lestic, and Travis Huzina played extremely tough for the Nighthawks.

Huskies 23, Heat 10: Christian Adam and Ricky Mariani played well for the Huskies, scoring 8 of his team’s points, and Andrew Deluca was 3-6 from the charity stripe and pumped in 6 field goals. David Daria, Kevin Reiss, and Tom Fitzgerald played excellent defense, keeping a strong Heat team to just 10 points. The Heat played well against a strong Huskie squad but couldn’t get their shots to fall. Matt Sadowski led the Heat attack with 5 points and 4 rebounds. Ryan Mailloux directed the Heat offense and Jimmy Doutney got two steals and played aggressively. Nate Jones and Big Ryan Williams anchored the Heat defense

Celtics 27, Dynamite 18: The score changed hands multiple times in this exciting game. The Celtics, aggressive defense was led by Cayden “The Glove” Dunn and Alex “Skywalker” Janiak, who both played tough man-to-man defense against the fast moving Dynamite offense which had great guard speed and talented big men. However, both The Glove and Skywalker experienced early foul trouble, so the rest of the C’s had to double their efforts against this mighty opponent. Leading the Celtic’s offense was “Downtown” Cole Demirjian, who helped match the opponent bucket for bucket early in the game, until he went down with a knee injury in the second quarter. The C’s then picked up where Downtown left off. Nick “Never Nervous” Harper played a strong guard for the Celtics by making many of his own shots or getting the ball to an open man.

On Harper’s opposite side, John Finnegan (Player of the Month for January) continued to play a strong guard for the Dynamite, scoring half of his team’s 18 points. The Dynamite’s Justin Coelho and Robert Murray were tough on the boards and played all-around strong defense. Jack Ciaramello and “Dogbone” Daubert made some nice offensive plays and had some key steals to keep the game close. Jacob Duffy had a nice running jump shot to tie the game at 15-15 in the third quarter; however, Silas “D-Train” Decker played a great all-around game for the Celtics, and showed up big in the fourth quarter when his team experienced much adversity and needed him the most, securing the game for the Celtics 27-18.

Black Knights 19, Scorpions 13: After leading 9-6 at half time, the Black Knights held on in a defensive battle in a game played Saturday at NYA, 19-13. Dwyer Grimes hit two fourth quarter driving layups, all but ending the Scorpions hopes. Dwyer finished with 6 points after going three for four from the floor, dished out an assist and snared 6 rebounds earning him the Black Knights offensive player of the game honor. Last week’s fifth grade NYBA Player of the Week, Kent Mullen, scored 5 points, including going one for two from the charity stripe. Kent also grabbed 6 rebounds and stole the ball three times in the game. Cameron Champagne added 4 points, 3 rebounds and 3 steals. Tommy Coppinger and Dylan Champagne scored a bucket each to finish off the scoring for the men in black.

The Black Knights played strong defensively, led by Dylan who had the task of keeping the Scorpions’ leading scorer Greg Brissette from the scorers table while also getting 2 steals. John Payne was fun to watch as he grabbed 3 rebounds and had 4 steals. Tommy Coppinger had 4 steals as well. Brooks Petershack had a good game, too, grabbing 3 rebounds and getting 2 steals. Teddy Wojcik got the Knights only blocked shot of the day and also had 2 big rebounds. AJ Salaris had an assist and 2 steals. The Scorpions played a tough game but their shots just weren’t falling this week. The leading scorers for the Scorpions were Ben Terry, Mark Hall, and Jermane Anyoha. Defensive stars were Doug Carriero (4 steals), and Wyatt Moyers. Rebound leaders were Ben Terry (7) and Alex Street (5). Daniel Badiola and Greg Brissette played hard for the Scorpions.

Tornadoes 33, Hornets 11: The Tornadoes, led by Player of the Week Eugene Citrano’s 17 points, outpaced the Hornets on Saturday, 33-11. Six different players scored for the Tornadoes, including Jack Bittman with 6 points and Jake Pirone with 4. The game started out close until the Tornadoes slowly widened the margin as Matthew Menousek, Jack Buchler, and Rhett Saunders all contributed key steals to cut-off potential fast breaks by the Hornets. Tristan Crone, Owen Walsh, and Ken Malin all stepped up with great defense to defend the smaller, quicker Hornets, while Adam Wolff and Malin hit the boards hard.

In the third quarter, as Menousek, Walsh, and Buchler chased down loose balls and rebounds, Pirone found Bittman open under the hoop with a couple of nice entry passes, while Citrano and Wolff scored to give the Tornadoes a 16-7 led at the end of the third. Citrano exploded for 9 points in the fourth quarter while Pirone, Saunders, Crone, and Bittman all contributed hoops as the Tornadoes closed the game out in the fourth. Brian Montoya collected stats on both sides of the court for the Hornets. He was two for two from the free throw line, had 7 rebounds, 4 steals, 1 blocked shot and contributed a basket in the paint. Jackson Dooley also had a few points and played tough all game. Liam “LD” Begany, Zack Demeglio, and Jack Carello kept the game close in the first half.

Grade 6

The Blue Ninjas 33, The Grasshoppers 26: In a tightly contested battle to get out of the cellar, the Grasshoppers dropped a close game 33-26 to remain winless on the season but not as a result of lack of effort. After Nick Venezia took the opening tip down the court for an easy layup for the second consecutive game and Matt Kretz followed with back to back perfectly executed give-and-go plays from Venezia and Patrick Godino the Grasshoppers scored 2 more times for an early 6-0 lead. The Blue Ninjas wised up after that to lead at halftime 14-10. Kretz finished with those 4 points and had 3 rebounds in the game. Bradley Capeci scored 4 points as did Ryan Brello, including going two for two from the free throw line, earning him the Grasshoppers offensive player of the game. Ryan also had 3 rebounds and a pair of steals. Owen McInerney had 8 points, 2 rebounds and 2 steals. Jack Riley and Godino finished off the scoring with 2 points each. Riley also played well defensively again, grabbing 3 rebounds and stealing the ball 4 times. Bradley Wiseman had 4 rebounds and 3 steals as he earned the defensive player of the game nod for the Hoppers. Connor Brennan played hard throughout the game, almost fouling out during his aggressive play and getting a pair of steals.

Newtown Mystery 47, The Bulldogs 24: Cameron Mitchell led the way with three blocked shots, and Robert Hutchins added six points along with Mitchell’s long outstanding defense, led the way for the win. The Bulldogs were led on offense by the quick hands of Matthew Bucci with 14 points, and Will LeMay with 4 points; also pumping up the offense was Adam Beckett, Max Ames and Alex Dunleavy all with 2 points. The defense was strong with Brandon Pavlicek pounding the boards and Evan Kohlsaat, Andrew Janco and Thomas Stanczyk forcing turnovers when needed. The bulldogs ran out of time in a close game but will be back next week with a bone to pick.

The Thunder 35, The Hershey Kisses 31: Thunder was led by the offensive teamwork of Justin Dunn with 13 points fed by four assists from Graham Dowd, who added 6 points and a total of 7 assists. Eric Mockovac and Tim Cervera were dominant underneath with a combined 12 boards. Bryce Griffin was terrific on defense, shutting down the inside lanes. Hershey Kisses suffered their first loss in a hard-fought 33-31 game. Peter Debona controlled the paint with 11 points and 7 rebounds, while Steven Moccio and Will Huegi played good all-around floor games, and each chipped in 6 points. Philipp Coffey, Nick Lombardo, Robert Lombardo, and Tiernan Keane led the defensive charge with strong efforts on the perimeter, while Elliott Bennett, Aaron Gershon, and Greg Trimarchi chipped in with good rebounding and physical defense.

The Thunder 38, The Untouchables 15: The Thunder kept up the pace with a back-to-back victory with the offense from Graham Dowd and Justin Dunn throwing in 10 points apiece. Paul Whitaker was excellent underneath with 7 boards, and Zach Anderson’s hustle resulted in 4 steals. The Untouchables played hard all game, trying to fight their way back from an early deficit. Austin Kasbarian carried the team on offense scoring six points, while Marc Lasorsa played great under the basket securing rebounds and scoring six points. Notable defensive performances were produced by Ben Dieckman and Chris Anesi. Overall, the guys hustled for the entire thirty-two minutes and will look to bounce back next week.

Grade 7

New Haven 58, Newtown Gold 52: Ryan Shaw led the team with 18 points and 17 rebounds. Mason Melillo added 9 points, Matt Gerics had 8 points, and Nick Samuelson had 6 points. Newtown led at halftime; however, New Haven guards had the hot hand, scoring 37 points from the outside with Devin Luzietti playing great defense.

Ridgefield 39, Newtown Gold 36: Jared Pearson led the team with 18 points and Matt Gerics had 8 points. Ryan Shaw and Andrew Svanda had a good game under the boards. Newtown was down by 20 at halftime, while in the second half Jamie Cochrane, Devin Luzietti and Matt Elias played great defense, holding Ridgefield to only 10 points.

Newtown Gold 76, New Milford 57: Jared Pearson led the team with 17 points, Matt Gerics had 15 points, while Ryan Shaw was a beast under the boards with 12 rebounds and 15 points. New Milford’s best guard had 6 three-pointers in the first half, by the second half Devin Luzietti and Jared Pearson shut him down, holding him to 2 points. Matt Elias, Jamie Cochrane and Declan Sullivan played a strong zone defense to stop New Milford’s other guards from scoring. Nick Samuelson, Andrew Savanda, and Mason Melillo played their best game this yea,r pulling down 22 rebounds and scoring 15 points together.

Newtown Gold 56, Fairfield 68: Newtown’s highest point total of the year was not enough to beat the Hoyas, who received 33 points from their talented big man, Jared Collier. For Gold, Dillon Palumbo (4 blocked shots) impressed with 16 points, followed by Matt Maturo with 8, Ethan Carpenter with 7, and Michael Doyle and James Accousti with 6 apiece. Kieran Lynch and Tim VanderHave were active on the press and added 4 points each.

Newtown Gold 42, Bethel 55: The third meeting between these teams again ended in favor of Bethel, whose front court was dominating in the paint. Palumbo led with 10 points. Carpenter made several sharp passes from the point and slashed his way to the basket for 8 points, followed by Doyle (3-pointer) and James Frazzetta with 6 each. Geoff Santore had several steals and added a basket. Colin Patrick was strong defensively.

Grades 7-8

Thunder 30, Gaston Law Wolfpack 22: The Thunder beat the Gaston Law Wolfpack by the score of 30-22 in a defensive battle between the two teams. Jaret DeVellis scored 10 points and played tenacious defense to lead the Thunder to victory. Albert Dean played an all-around great game, scoring 6 points, grabbing 8 rebounds, and swiping four steals. Sam Czel chipped in 8 points and 8 rebounds in the win. For the Wolfpack, Joe Santella led the offense with 10 points. Spencer Johanson and Ryan King played good defense and Graham Hubbert controlled the boards.

Lydon Appraisals Raptors 43, Dr Curtis Beck Patriots 30: Bobby Lydon led the Raptors attack with 17 points. Jason Ferrari and Owen Sampson played tight defense. For the Patriots, Josh Houle and Bryce Decker combined for 17 points with the defense being led by James Barry.

Knicks 52, Rankin Sports Vipers 34: The Knicks were led by Nick Lotrecchiano with 16 points and Nate Dowd with 14 and Shane Quimby with 13. Andrew Ross and Liam Decker played tight defense. For the Vipers, Colton Moroney and Jack Corbet combined for 19 points.

Cushman & Wakefield Walri 44, Razorbacks 30: Logan Walsh led the Walri with 10 points. Tommy Rahr and Ricky LaPak had strong games. For the Razorbacks, Conrad Morris had 8 points with Nick Genovese and Tommy Shaker playing hard defense.

Sugar Hill Auto Body Huskies 38, United Rentals Bearcats 35: Charlie Heugi and Austin Huffman led the Huskies to victory with 23 combined points. Austin LeBlanc, Patrick Briscoe, and Jeremy Fellin played a strangling defense. For the Bearcats, Nick Roche and Robby Schreiber combined for 17 points. Matt Meyers and Ryan Sullivan played good defense.

Magic 42, Wildcats 36: For the Magic, Keaton McCleary had 14 points and Deagan Beaucheman had 11. The defense was led be Jared Tannenbaum and John DelRossi, and Andrey Masser played strong defense.

Bricklayers 48, Wolverines 38: Connor Miller and Zach Aumueller combined for 23 points to lead the Bricklayers. A strangling defense was led by Christian Thanasoulis, Hunter Booker, and Andrew Craigin. For the Wolverines, Liam Palilla and Devon Palilla led the offense, while Conner Ryan and Trevor Palmer led the defense.

Newtown Deli & Catering Celtics 42, Bulldogs 31: Will Swain, Erik Street, and Daniel Hamula combined for 28 points to lead the Celtics to victory. Nick Eisele and Adam Bouton provided the defense. For the Bulldogs, Sam Duffy led the attack with 15 points with Wiley Zahansky, Colin Morrissey, and Jim Payne playing good defense.

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