December 23, 2007

NYCHoops: News Briefs (12/23)

St. Rays defeats St. Peters
The Ravens remain undefeated as the defeat St. Peters 69 - 61. Darryl Bryant scored his 1000th point during the game. Next up for St. Rays is the Gatorade International Shootout in Puerto Rico.


East Hampton Loses First Game
Southampton 67, East Hampton 57: Senior Troy Pender scored all of his 21 points in the second half for Southampton (2-1) in non-league to give East Hampton (3-1) its first loss of the season.

Uniondale Defeats Bay Shore
Uniondale 70, Bay Shore 57: Justin Brown scored 22 points and had 14 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 blocks to lead visiting Uniondale (3-1) at the Isaiah Stanton Memorial Tournament. Bay Shore is 2-2.

Xaverian Loses First Game
Previously undefeated Xaverian Clippers suffer their first loss against Wadleigh High School of the PSAL 64 - 53.

Peekskill Flies by Wings
Mookie Jones scored a season high 27 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks, leading Peekskill to a convincing 66-55 victory over Wings Academy of the Bronx yesterday.

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