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Marble Modes Storm defeats Peter Pan Games Blue Devils

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Marble Modes Storm 50, Peter Pan Games Blue Devils 46. In a battle for second place, the Storm edged the Blue Devils, 50-46. The Storm was led by big man Matt Mione, who scored 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. He was aided by Jeff Hoffman, scoring 15 points. Lenny Saputo and Wesley Wong scored six points each and John McEntee and Robert Liquori had two points each.

The Blue Devils kept the game close with Justin Cugini’s 16 points and Frankie Davi’s 12. James Choi, Andrew Reyes and Matt Kelly scored six points each.

The Marino Brothers Wizards 36, McDonald’s Bayside Jazz 22. In a defensive battle, the Wizards pulled away to beat the Jazz, 36-22. The Wizards were led by Brian Evans with 14 points, while Eric Yue and Angeli Giokas scored nine points each. Jeremy Geller and Matt Epstein scored two points each and Elkyn Jimenez had nine rebounds.

The top scorer for the Jazz was Zack Simon with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Frank Montalvo scored six points and Eric Strauss added four.

McDonald’s Little Neck Nets 44, Peter Pan Games Blue Devils 42. In a close game that had five lead changes, the Nets hung on for a two-point victory. The Nets were led by outstanding shooting of Michael Wren with 16 points. Sean Duane had a double- double with 10 points and 10 rebounds, Matt DiGirolomo scored nine points and Lawrence Frankel scored six points with 10 rebounds. Michael Buttafoco scored three points and had four steals.

For the Blue Devils, James Choi scored 14 points and had 11 rebounds, Justin Cugini and Matt Kelly scored 10 points each and Frankie Davi and Andrew Reyes scored three points each.

Ashlar Mechanical Wildcats 66, Marble Modes Storm 60. In the highest scoring game of the season, the Wildcats upset the Storm, 66-60. The Wildcats’ Evan Feverstein had an outstanding game with 23 points and 11 rebounds. Nicholas Kaporch scored 18 points and six steals, Ben Rastelli scored eight points, Vincent Kaporch scored six points. Michael Reider, Joseph Guzman, and Gabe Klanski scored two points each.

The Storm kept the game close with the hot shooting by Lenny Saputo in the second half, scoring 21 points. Jeff Hoffman and Matt Mione scored 12 points each, Steve Cervino scored 10 points and John McEntee and Robert Liquori scored two points each.

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