DAC Sophomore League
The Pathmark Grizzlies held on to first place as they edged the Peter Pan Games Blue Devils, 38-35. Leading for the Grizzlies with 13 points each was Kerry Chang and James Lizzul. Matthew Stein scored seven, Trone Frazier put four points up and had eight blocked shots. Vincent Vita and Rob Fielder scored two points each. The Blue Devils hung tough with 14 points scored by Justin Cugini. Frankie Davi and Allesandro Santorelli scored seven points each. Matt Kelly scored four points and Jenna Fogelman and Andrew Reyes scored two points each.
Family Pizza Jayhawks 45, Marino Brothers Wizards 40. The Jayhawks jumped out to big lead then had to hang on for a 45-40 win. Roger Pfeffer of the Jayhawks had a big game with 20 points and 10 rebounds. James Turck and George Rowen scored eight points each. Derek Sucato scored six points and Jake Epstein scored one point. The Wizards came back strong behind Eric Yues 17 points. Elkin Jimenez scored 12 points, Angelo Giokas scored nine points and Joey Priolo scored two points.
McDonalds Little Neck Nets 50, McDonalds Bayside Jazz 46. The Nets were up by 20 points in the first half before the Jazz made a strong comeback, only to fall just short of the win. The Nets had a balanced attack with seven players scoring in the game. Michael Buttaffoco scored 16 points, Michael Wren and Matt DiGirolomo scored 10 points each, Lawrence Frankel scored three points and Michael Leon and Izzy Klien scored two points each. The Jazz comeback were led by Zack Simon with 17 points and 11 rebounds . Eric Strauss scored 12 points, Frank Montalvo scored nine points, Derek Louttit scored four points and Zack Frank scored two points.
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