Those who packed the Gauchos Gym in the Bronx Sunday came expecting to talk about one guard but left talking about another as Vic Morris scored a game-high 28 points to lead the Cardozo boys basketball team to an 82-77 win over two-time defending PSAL champions Lincoln in the Big Apple Invitational.
Morris didnt get a chance to go head-to-head with Railsplitters phenom Sebastian Telfair but that didnt matter to the lightning quick junior guard. He played an up tempo game but did so under control. He added five rebounds and four assists for the Judges, which shot 56 percent from the field.
Nick Flagg had 21 points and three assists and Dwayne Johnson added 12 points, four assists and six rebounds in the win over the Railsplitters. In a one-point win over Boys & Girls, Morris had 22 points and Skyler Khaleel and Flagg scored 15 points apiece Friday night at the Gauchos ... Liz Flynn scored 16 points as Mary Louis beat Walt Whitman to lock up the championship of the Hilltoppers holiday tournament ... McClancys Will Borgolte had 34 points in a tournament win over Troy (Pa.) and 14 against Elmira Free Academy ... Sundiata Gaines led the Archbishop Molloy Stanners with 33 points in a non-league win over Gate City (Va.) ... Bryan Geffen scored 28 points for St. Francis Prep in a win over Beach Channel. Teammate Andrew Cashin added 19 ... The Ferguson brothers from Astoria had a stellar day on the ice for the McClancy hockey team in a 7-4 win over Salesian. Ryan Ferguson, a junior defenseman, had two goals while younger brother Steven Ferguson, a freshman winger, had two goals and three assists for the Crusaders ... Sean Kearney had three goals and Matt DaVino had two goals for the Molloy hockey team in a 7-3 win over St. Joseph by the Sea.
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