The offense was led by a strong performance from game MVP Patrick Benini, who led the team with 15 points. Point guard Brian Durkan put up six points, while spreading the ball around with five assists. Also with a strong all-around game Lenny Saputo, with six points and four assists. Cody Stabile had a great defensive performance, including eight rebounds and seven points. Justin Portes came through with three steals along with Pete Thompson, who had four rebounds. Teammate Liridon Selimaj fought his way into five key rebounds and Eddie Mealiff provided both strong offensive and defensive games to lead the team to victory.
Overall, coaches Mike Durkan and Sal Saputo were very proud of the boys hard work.
©2002 Community News Group
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