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Ursuline downs New Rochelle, Woodlands upsets Ardsley, Tuesday’s results

Posted By Philip Terrigno On January 29, 2013 @ 6:58 pm In Basketball,Blogroll,Boys Basketball,Girls baskeball,Links,Look ahead,Notebook,Predictions,Rankings,Rockland County,Sports,Uncategorized | Comments Disabled

At Ursuline, San Diego State-bound Alyssa Lawrence (pictured right) led the Koalas with 19 points in their 62-57 win over New Rochelle. Anna Savino had 15 points and 11 rebounds. Aaliya Hayes scored 17 points for New Rochelle and Amirror Dixon added 15 points.

Dobbs Ferry 47, Ursuline B 30: At Dobbs Ferry, Alyssa Chipello led the Eagles with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Kana Kihara scored 13 points and had 10 rebounds. Kristin Foresti had 12 assists.

Scarsdale 67, White Plains 35: At Scarsdale, Shelby Zucker had 25 points and Rachel Cohen added 15. Alyssa Ghilardi had 19 points for the Tigers.

Pearl River 54, Nanuet 40: At Nanuet, Sam Alicandri (shown below) had 15 points and Missy Scognamiglio had 13. Amanda DeCourcey had 11 points. Theresa Jelalian had 16 points and Ashley Mayo had 10 for the Golden Knights.

Saunders 49, Roosevelt 8: At Roosevelt, Amanda Smith scored 19 points, including four 3-pointers.

Westlake 63, Briarcliff 55: At Westlake, Natalie Alfieri had 15 points, her varsity high, and Katie Cullen added 11. Cassidy Carrifielo had five three pointers and two free throws for 17 points and Summer Horowitz had 12 for the Bears.

Hen Hud 47, Putnam Valley 28: At Hen Hud, Leatina Hutchings, Kennedy Sherman and Alyssa Small each had 11 points. Gentijana Berisha had 10 points for the Tigers.

Edgemont 53, Hastings 38: At Edgemont, Shayna Davner scored 27 points and had 10 steals in the win. Lea Distlehurst scored 18 points for Hastings.

Sleepy Hollow 58, Bronxville 35: At Sleepy Hollow, Grace Carr had 13 points. Jenny Bucci scored 12 points. Claire Sargent had 10 points for the Broncos.

Rye Country Day 56, Greenwich Academy 23: At Greenwich Academy, Carolyn Binder had 26 points. Zoe Verni had five rebounds. Nereida Mendez six points and four assists.

Brewster 45, Mahopac 39: At Brewster, Tara D’Ottavio had 15 points. Brittany Deieso had 14 points and six steals. Jazmin Pryce had 10 rebounds. Alayne Felix had 13 points for the Indians.

Palisade Prep 31, Solomon Schechter 23: At Solomon Schechter, Taijah Pink had 11 points. Britanny Lefkovits had 12 points for the Lions.

John Jay 46, Carmel 32: At John Jay, Sydney Glenn and Delaney Spencer had 10 points each. Elish Newcomb had nine points. Lisa Novak had 10 points for the Rams.

East Ramapo 54, Clarkstown North 51: At East Ramapo, Dayonara Elysee had 18 points. Rodasha Campbell and Taniya Scott each had seven points. Nikki Petri had 17 points for the Ram.s

Mount Vernon 48, Mamaroneck 41: At Mamaroneck, Lubirdia Gordon had 20 points. Maggie Sullivan had 10 points for the Tigers.

Harrison 47, Rye 44: At Rye, Kyle Lefkowitz led the Huskies with 14 points and Gia Mancini added nine points. Alanna Morque had 14 points and Rachel Egan scored 11 points for the Garnets. [1]

Woodlands 62, Ardsley 52: At Woodlands, Niya Khan his six free throws in the final two minutes of the fourth quarter to help seal the win for the Falcons. She finished with nine. Imani Tilford (shown right) had 22 points and Shanice Perry had 16. Crystal Hopkins had 10 points and 14 rebounds. Toni Pilla had 16 points and Cassidy Wootten had 10 for the Panthers.

Peekskill 47, Lakeland 44: At Peekskill, Shaina Iton scored 13 points. Kate Weldon led the Hornets with 13 points.

Fox Lane 42, Byram Hills 38: At Byram Hills, Christie Lombardi had 12 points and Haley Gallagher added 11. Lucy Bancone and Raquel Gaudio each had 17 points for the Bobcats.

Haldane 54, Pawling 34: At Haldane, Allie Monteleone scored 23 points. Jessica Harrison and Kesley Scofield each had eight points.

Valhalla 58, Keio 23: At Keio, Brianna Ciocca led Valhalla with 14 points. Sae Toyomura had 11 points for the Unicorns.

Prediction recap:

Today’s record: 9-4
Season record: 201-67

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#1 Comment By Colonial On January 29, 2013 @ 7:33 pm

Clarkstown South beats North Rock 47-43.

What’s going on with North Rock all of a sudden? Are they just getting exposed and not as good as they appeared to be or just a bad stretch for them? That’s 3 in a row now.

#2 Comment By Holla! On January 29, 2013 @ 7:48 pm

South only scored 4 pts in period 2 and 3

#3 Comment By Holla! On January 29, 2013 @ 8:02 pm

Looks like North Rockland won’t the Rockland Big League championship

#4 Comment By bullwinkle On January 29, 2013 @ 8:16 pm

Hey, whats really going on with NoRock? They need to regroup and play team ball , both on offense and defense.

#5 Comment By Other coach On January 29, 2013 @ 8:37 pm

East ramapo another upset? I hope you guys have a nice write up on that. With everything going wrong in the district what a great story!

#6 Comment By lol On January 29, 2013 @ 8:41 pm

how does someone have 12 assists when they had 2fg (4points) themselves out of 12 and 23 free throws were made. total score was 47??? Doesn’t add up.

#7 Comment By Chief On January 29, 2013 @ 8:55 pm

Colonial – NR just isnt as good as everyone has been saying but give them a break, they got crushed by PR twice and now lost to South. PR is the best team in Rockland hands down and South is probably next. NR is all guards with the exception of Rivera who is more of a small forward but plays like a guard.

#8 Comment By Chief On January 29, 2013 @ 9:03 pm

Other coach – beating CN is an upset? Not very high standards. North is just about the worst team in Rockland

#9 Comment By Bucketboy On January 29, 2013 @ 9:28 pm

Just wondering is there anywhere on lohud or elsewhere that we can see team records /league standings /player stats.

Too bad not everyone inputs to Maxpreps
Phil or Mike can you supply any info.

#10 Comment By Mike Zacchio On January 29, 2013 @ 9:42 pm

We will try and have solid records for all teams by playoff time, this way we can have a good idea of what the playoff picture will look like. As for stats, if you need specific players, we can give you PPG, but since most coaches don’t keep track of RPG or APG, we can’t really supply those. Even the PPG, we’d be calculating by hand most likely.

#11 Comment By StannerGrad. On January 29, 2013 @ 10:04 pm

@Ossining #1 science guy. Other than for a spelling error or two and an incomplete sentence, the Chief is back! I thought you posted that the Chief has been banned?

#12 Comment By Rock-hoops On January 29, 2013 @ 10:13 pm

Stanner – Different chief…

Rchoops-definitely not “a lot” of talent at NR, a couple of good players but mostly guards and no size at all. Metcalf isnt a bad coach, not a very good one but he did turn that program around? They were pathetic.

#13 Comment By Holla! On January 29, 2013 @ 10:15 pm

Where is Cierra going PJ..she pulling a Walker? Who she taking with her? Burden..mullarkey..????

#14 Comment By Rock-hoops On January 29, 2013 @ 10:46 pm

Let’s drop all this North Rockland talk, they’re not even one of the top 2-3 teams in Rockland. PR, CS and AM are better, much better.

#15 Comment By hey zacchio On January 29, 2013 @ 10:47 pm

the HSS site has points but you have to be really careful….the point totals are generally right for each game but the averages that they calculate are wrong (they count games that players didnt’ play in or they otherwise just don’t do the math right for average).. so you would have to count the baskets by hand which they do have for the most part and do your own math

#16 Comment By DaRock On January 29, 2013 @ 11:09 pm

Nothing is wrong with North Rockland, they are small and will have trouble with bigger teams. That is not to say that they can not beat them. They did not get blown out here. BTW, East Ramapo beating North, North has a solid team not great but solid. It is a big deal to see that ER is no longer the sister everyone stomps on and finally being a tough game.

#17 Comment By Colonial On January 30, 2013 @ 12:29 am

Listen, my original comment meant no ill will towards that team. I was just asking a sincere question. If it came off as anything but I apologize to the NR fans. I just wanted to clear that up.

#18 Comment By Holla! On January 30, 2013 @ 9:00 am

North Rockland is a decent team but has no height..so teams that have a height advantage can exploit that,there defense isn’t that great( even though Cl South only had 4 pts in the 2 and 3rd quarters it was more poor shooting than good defense).. Coach Metcalf has to learn to adjust during a game,something on here that every one agrees on that he doesn’t ( or can’t).. that being said being a decent team in there league( big school league) is not enough( the big school div is relatively weak this year in regards to previous years ) as the small school division has the top teams( AM,Pr,Tz).. I also think the comment that Metcalf has restored the program to it’s position is wrong because as another poster stated Coach Becky Miller had only one losing season and before that Coach Korn had a great program..north rockland has good guards and will prosper next year( that is if Rivera stays,as posters above..maybe PJ her dad..she is leaving North Rockland next year…) I think NR will grab around a 10 or 11 seed in sections but unfortunately don’t see them advancing past the first round..westchesters AA ball is just too tough w/ Ossining,Lourdes,JJ being the big teams

#19 Comment By Rock-hoops On January 30, 2013 @ 11:54 am

Holla – good post but no team has real height in Rockland…Metcalf needs to make adjustments, I was at NR-PR game and he did nothing, just watched PR score 89 points. NR is a good AA in Rockland because AA is weak other than CS. You can’t fault Metcalf for playing PR twice and some other tough games but he needs to learn as the girls need to get better. THey do still havee 11 wins already, who else can say that?

As for the smaller schools, PR and AM will always be good, TZ had a good run but that coach isn’t good either so they will suffer in the future like this year.

Rivera isn’t going anywhere but If Rivera goes anywhere it will be to NJ or she’d have to sit out a year in she goes to AM

#20 Comment By Holla! On January 30, 2013 @ 6:46 pm

If you go from public to private you do not have to sit out a year in section 1.. Alaina Walker NR to AM in early 2000s,and a girl from TZ to Am just 2 years ago

#21 Comment By Holla! On January 30, 2013 @ 6:47 pm

And T coriselli(sp) from Sacred Heart to Hamilton this year

#22 Comment By Holla! On January 31, 2013 @ 11:05 pm

Metcalf has improved his teams record every year he has coached but he hasn’t resurrected a bad program..North Rockland was a force in the big league division for eons,while he had some slippage in talent until this year as posters have said Coach Korn was a legend,coach Miller( who is now asst at Cl.South) never lost to Cl North/Cl South/suffern….
12-13. Decent year 11-5(so far) lost to Cl South 2X
11-12 .decent year 13-6..exits sections in 1st rd..lost to ClSouth 2X
10-11 7-12. Lost to south 2x,north 2X,suffern 2X
9-10. 5-14 Lost to North 2X,suffern 2x
8-9. Record? Lost to North 2X,Suffern 2x
He really is a decent coach but needs to work on his teams defense/ learn to adjust during a game othewise it will be the same as the last few years…

Now to another subject…posters mentioned about C.Rivera and another star might be leaving to elsewhere to play…remember this if a kid goes from public to private( catholic) they can play right away according to section 1 rules but the reason thos kids are leaving public to private is not for basketball but for a better education or a Christian education. (WINK WINK)

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