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November 7, 2013

Boys & Girls Club game statistics

Here is a wrapup of club’s Fall High School Basketball League

Game One

LJ Construction took the victory over Loyalty Barbershop by two points. At the end of the first half Loyalty Barbershop was up 10 points, but it wasn’t over yet. Eduardo Gonzalez and Scott Tavares both scored 11 points for Loyalty Barbershop and demonstrated great ball movement. The score was tied and, with three seconds left, Ian Kessel raced down the court and scored the winning layup for LJ Construction. The final score was 48-46.

High Street Market’s Mitch Rudis and Jeremiah Downer scored 24 points each against Early Contractors. Hassan Cathey scored 26 points for Early Contractors, but it wasn’t enough for the victory. Alex Perez grabbed many rebounds for High Street Market, scoring 18 points. High Street Market won 79-67.

T-Stop Barbershop played with a strong team philosophy and took a 66-59 win over Tony’s Pizza. Navin Cruz played a huge role with 26 points for T-Stop Barbershop. Gage Alicea scored 27 points and hit four three-pointers for Tony’s Pizza, but it wasn’t enough. Evan Curtios showed great rebounding skills for T-Stop Barbershop and scored 15 points.

Game Two

Marcus Downer scored a season-high 31 points for High Street Market against Loyalty Barbershop, but it wasn’t enough to take the win. Mitch Rudis demonstrated defensive skills and did a great job shutting down the tall Eduardo Gonzalez for High Street Market, but Scott Tavares and Kyle Trask both picked up the slack for Loyalty Barbershop. Kyle Trask scored 20 points and Scott Tavares scored 19 points. Loyalty Barbershop won 68-62.

T-Stop Barbershop continued its winning streak over LJ Construction, putting T-Stop in first place. Damian Ellen stepped up his offense for T-Stop Barbershop and scored 20 points. Navin Cruz scored 13 points and showed great passing skills for T-Stop Barbershop. Elias Sanchez scored 19 points for LJ Construction, but it wasn’t enough to win. The final score was 58-48.

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