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Monday’s results: Harrison upsets a Corselli, Hood-less Hamilton; more results

Posted By Mike Zacchio On February 5, 2013 @ 12:18 am 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,Uncategorized | Comments Disabled

Hamilton senior Maia Hood went down with an injury Monday at Harrison, leaving mid-way through the third quarter with 18 points. The Red Raiders, who were also without star transfer Tiffany Corselli, fell to the Huskies on the road, 40-34, for just their second loss all season.

Hamilton was the top-ranked Class C team in the state entering this week, so this loss is bound to be a massive hit to them in the ranks. The new NYSSWA rankings were supposed to be released Monday, but the site has not updated as of midnight.

Kyle Lefkowitz had nine points and 17 rebounds for the Huskies. Gia Mancini added eight rebounds in the win. We will provide you with more updates to Hood and Corselli’s status as soon as possible.

Monday, February 4

Solomon Schechter 34, Tuckahoe 25

Dobbs Ferry 52, Woodlands 43

John Jay 50, Ketcham 44

Blind Brook 64, Byram Hills 43

Clarkstown South 79, East Ramapo 64

Sacred Heart (Conn.) 60, Holy Child 55

Rye Neck 48, Port Chester 32

Sleepy Hollow 62, Edgemont 36

Fox Lane 58, Pleasantville 40

Pearl River 66, Tappan Zee 41

North Salem 37, Putnam Valley 33

Scarsdale 73, Horace Greeley 54

Harrison 40, Hamilton 34

Eastchester 48, Bronxville 26

Suffern 39, Clarkstown North 33

Pelham 51, Hastings 38

Albertus Magnus 59, Nyack 49

Prediction recap:

Today’s record: 13-4
Season record: 254-77

Here are the game recaps from tonight’s action:

Solomon Schechter 34, Tuckahoe 25: Mariel Bader and Brittany Lefkovits each scored eight points as the Lions clinched at least a share of their league title. Daniela Cocucci scored 10 for the Tigers.

Harrison 40, Hamilton 34: At Harrison, Kyle Lefkowitz had nine points and 17 rebounds. Gia Mancini added eight rebounds. Maia Hood had 18 points for the Red Raiders before leaving midway through the third with an injury.

John Jay 50, Ketcham 44: At Ketcham, Sarah Lang had 26 points for the Indians. Sydney Glenn added 11.

Blind Brook 64, Byram Hills 43: At Blind Brook, Ally Silfen had 21 points, 11 rebounds and three steals. Lea Saliba had 16 points and 11 rebounds.

Sacred Heart (Conn.) 60, Holy Child 55: At Holy Child, Josie Amerson had 22 points and 11 rebounds for Holy Child. Shannon O’Connor added 19 points, and Chioma Nwana recorded eight steals.

Rye Neck 48, Port Chester 32: At Port Chester, Paige O’Donnell scored 25 points. Kayla Pugliesi added 11. Leandra Harris scored 12 points for the Rams.

Fox Lane 58, Pleasantville 40: At Pleasantville, Christie Lombardi had 18 points and 11 rebounds. Brianna Dawson added 15 points. AnnMarie DiCarlo had 17 points for the Panthers.

North Salem 37, Putnam Valley 33: At Putnam Valley, Sydney Cardoza had 15 points. Reena Olsen had 14 points and 10 rebounds for Putnam Valley.

Pearl River 66, Tappan Zee 41: At Tappan Zee, Amanda DeCourcey had 20 points and Missy Scognamiglio had 17. Kristen McLaughlin and Chrissie Ryan both scored 11 for Tappan Zee.

Scarsdale 73, Greeley 54: At Greeley, Shelby Zucker had 22 points and Rachel Cohen had 16. Lauren Brown had 21 and Jackie Brett added 14 for the Quakers.

Eastchester 48, Bronxville 26: At Eastchester, Olivia Heffernan had 18 points and seven steals. Kyra Hassler added 15 points and six rebounds, and Gabriella Ricciardi had eight rebounds. Ellie Walsh and Claire Sargent both had 10 points for the Broncos.

Albertus Magnus 59, Nyack 49: At Albertus Magnus, Maeve Parahus had 20 points. Ryan Doherty added 17 and Madison McGrath had 16. Charlotte Sperling had 16 points for the Indians.

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#1 Comment By NothinButNet On February 5, 2013 @ 12:29 am

Pawling got their 2nd win of the season against Dover, 53-47!

#2 Comment By MoveOn On February 5, 2013 @ 4:48 am

I hope Maia Hood is okay and that she will be back ASAP.

#3 Comment By hsbbfan On February 5, 2013 @ 8:39 am

Thats a bad loss for Hamilton.

#4 Comment By Coach Luck On February 5, 2013 @ 10:09 am

Congrats to Saniya/Family/Coach Ricci for her selection to the WBCA Nike ALL AMERICAN game to be held in New Orleans.. Hard work pays of honey keep doing your thing..

#5 Comment By Rock-hoops On February 5, 2013 @ 10:58 am

Nice effort by Nyack hanging with Albertus
TZ was actually leading at halftime and completely collapsed against PR, scored 2 points in 3rd qtr

#6 Comment By bball fan On February 5, 2013 @ 12:30 pm

PR completely rose to the occasion in the second half. Defense wins championships!

#7 Comment By bballjunkie On February 5, 2013 @ 3:51 pm

Pr defense a little shaky in 1st half but step up the intensity in 2nd half an pulled away. PR should not over look Nyack this coming friday. Nyack played AM tough last nite.

#8 Comment By Correction On February 5, 2013 @ 7:47 pm

Whats the status on the Pvile girl Zaria Cobb? Hood?

#9 Comment By PvilleFan On February 17, 2013 @ 11:30 am

Zaria Cobb torn her ACL and is out for the season. But she said that’s not the end of her career she’s going to come back better,faster and stronger than before.


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