Heroes Scores for 6/1/09
by Timothy Fleming
Jun 07, 2009 | 2276 views | 0 0 comments | 39 39 recommendations | email to a friend | print
In the 17 & under boys division of Heroes Hoops league, Consolidated Carpet beat Applied Communication by a final score of 78 to 45 on Monday. The high scorers for Consolidated Carpet were Kevin Kennedy with 27 points and Chris Dorgler with 16. The high scorer for Applied Communication was Malik Fearon with 21. Consolidated Carpet methodically built up a lead with fast breaks, and they held the lead throughout the game. Tyler Bay also contributed in the winning effort with great passing.

In the 17 & under boys division of Heroes basketball league, FDNY beat the HSAC Eagles by a final score of 38 to 33 on Monday. The high scorers for FDNY were Andrew Winter with 17 points and John McDonugh with 7. The high scorers for the HSAC were Lance Walker with 18 and Paul Mitchel with 6. It was a close game until FDNY pulled away when they scored a few key baskets near the game’s end. John Romano also contributed in the winning effort with great defense.

In the 14 & under boys division of Heroes Hoops league, Variety beat the K-9 Krusaders by a final score of 56 to 14 on Tuesday. The high scorers for Variety were Issac Alan with 14 points and Niko Yuvenco with 12. The high scorer for the K-9 Krusaders was Thomas Sanchez with 5. Variety methodically built up a lead by stealing the ball early, and they held the lead throughout the game. Karl Kovakou also contributed in the winning effort with great rebounding.

In the 14 & under boys division of the Heroes basketball league, Variety beat CSI by a final score of 62 to 24 on Tuesday. Variety just had too much speed and pulled away at the beginning, holding the lead throughout the contest. The high scorers for the Variety were Issac Alan with 18 points and Niko Yuvenco with 12. The high scorer for CSI was Corey Hill with 8. Austin Huggins also contributed in the winning effort with great defense.

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