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Wednesday’s results: Teams win with nice cushion

Posted By Mike Zacchio On January 30, 2013 @ 9:31 pm In Basketball,Blogroll,Boys Basketball,Game Recaps,Girls baskeball,Links,Look ahead,Nightly Recaps,Notebook,Player Interviews,Poll,Power Rankings,Predictions,Rankings,Rockland County,Schedule,Sports,Team Previews | Comments Disabled

We did not receive many games tonight, but there was a common trend in the ones that we did receive. Many of the games were one-sided, as five teams won by at least 25 points, many of which won by more than 30 points.

In the games we received tonight, winning teams outscored their counterparts, 619-399.

Ossining senior Saniya Chong scored 29 points in just three quarters of action, bringing her even closer to the section’s all-time scoring title of 2,662 career points.

Chong now sits exactly 70 points behind Karen O’Connor for a share of the title, and will play all three of her remaining regular season games at home. Ossining will likely receive the No. 1 seed in the Class AA bracket, so the Pride will have plenty of home-court love the rest of this season.

Ossining will host Spring Ford (Penn.) on Saturday at noon in its next contest.

Here’s a look at the results we received tonight:

Wednesday, January 30

King 48, Harvey 44

Hackley 45, Trinity 35

Briarcliff 49, Croton-Harmon 24

Tuckahoe 42, Roosevelt 14

Holy Child 63, Greens Farms Academy 24

Westlake 41, Byram Hills 38

Ossining 84, Rye 37

John Jay 51, Brewster 47

Peekskill 73, Panas 39

Valhalla 43, Rye Neck 35

Somers 47, Carmel 32

Kennedy 33, Haldane 30

Prediction recap:

Today’s record: 8-2
Season record: 209-69

Here are the game recaps from tonight’s action:

Briarcliff 49, Croton-Harmon 24: At Briarcliff, Summer Horowitz had 16 points and nine rebounds for the Bears, who led 18-0 after the first quarter. Cassidy Carafiello added 12 points.

Tuckahoe 42, Roosevelt 14: At Tuckahoe, Brionna Johnson scored 14 points. Joy Shippy and Jade Warren each scored six points for the Indians.

Holy Child 63, Greens Farms Academy 24: At Greens Farms Academy, Shannon O’Connor had 17 points and six steals. Maggie Welsh had 15 points and Chioma Nwana had six steals.

Westlake 41, Byram Hills 38: At Byram Hills, Katie Cullen scored 13 points for Westlake. Faith Lovett added 10 points. Lucy Bancone led the Bobcats with 12 points and Meagan Barnett had nine rebounds.

Ossining 84, Rye 37: At Ossining, Saniya Chong had 29 points, eight assists, seven rebounds in three quarters of action. Andra Espinoza-Hunter added 18 points. The Pride sank 13 shots from beyond the arc, including nine from Chong and Espinoza-Hunter combined. Jalay Knowles added 12 points and eight rebounds.

Hackley 45, Trinity 35: At Hackley, Allie Coppola led the Hornets with 17 points. Stefanie Frolo and Ally Mueller scored 11 points each.

John Jay 51, Brewster 47: At Brewster, Sarah Lang had 20 points. Elish Newcomb and Sydney Glenn each had 10. Brittany Deieso had 16 points and Tara D’Ottavio had 13 for the Bears. Megan Lueder had 10 points.

Peekskill 73, Panas 39: At Peekskill, Lanay Rodney scored 20 points. Latisha Clark added 10 points and 12 rebounds. Samantha Sudol led the Panthers with 19 points.

Valhalla 43, Rye Neck 35: At Valhalla, Brandi Coon scored 19 points for Valhalla. Paige O’Donnell had 16 points for the Panthers.

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#1 Comment By bball28 On January 30, 2013 @ 9:44 pm

Kennedy wins 33-30 over Haldane.


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