PSAL borough quarterfinal roundup
Here’s a look at all the action in the PSAL borough playoffs from Tuesday afternoon.
No. 2 Thomas Jefferson 103, Lafayette 83
Mike Watson Jr. scored 19 points, Nazai Stokes added 14 and Jaquan Lynch netted 13 for top-seeded Jefferson (19-5) in the Brooklyn borough quarterfinals Tuesday. Lafayette is now 12-4.
No. 8 Lincoln 74, Global Studies 49
Travis Charles had 21 points and 10 boards, Ian Vasquez had 10 points and Ethan Telfair and Shaquille Davis had eight points apiece for second-seeded Lincoln (17-6) in the Brooklyn borough quarterfinals Tuesday. No. 7 Global Studies is 13-3.
No. 3 Boys & Girls 87, No. T14 Bedford Academy 49
Joel Angus had 31 points and 14 rebounds, Wesley Myers had 21 points and seven boards, Rashad Andrews had 15 points and Leroy (Truck) Fludd had 12 points and 11 boards for third-seeded Boys & Girls (19-4) in the Brooklyn borough quarterfinals Tuesday. Darien Best had 16 points and eight rebounds for No. 6 Bedford Academy (19-4).
No. 10 South Shore 58, Brooklyn Collegiate 45
Shamiek Sheppard had a game-high 18 points and Terrence Samuel added eight to pace fourth-seeded South Shore (18-7) in the Brooklyn borough quarterfinals Tuesday. Erwin Mitchell had 25 points and 10 rebounds for No. 5 Brooklyn Collegiate (20-5).
No. 5 Wings Academy 91, Adlai Stevenson 54
Jaequan Brown had 10 points, nine rebounds and five assists, Justin Jenkins had 18 points and six boards, Steven Gomez and Francisco Infante had 15 points apiece and Marvilio Berroa added 14 point and 13 boards for top-seeded Wings (23-2) in The Bronx borough quarterfinals Tuesday. No. 8 Adlai Stevenson is 13-7.
No. 12 Eagle Academy 58, Evander Childs 42
Jalen Chapman had 10 points and 15 rebounds and Rashawn Solomon added 12 points and 10 boards for third-seeded Eagle (23-2) in The Bronx borough quarterfinals Tuesday. No. 6 Evander Childs is now 19-6.
Mott Haven 74, Lehman 66
Hakeem Grant had 18 points, Bright Attkirah had 17, Jessey Okeagu added 15 points and 16 rebounds and Taquan Givens had 13 points and five assists for fifth-seeded Mott Haven (22-4) in The Bronx borough quarterfinals Tuesday. No. 4 Lehman is 8-9.
John F. Kennedy 78, DeWitt Clinton 60
Veton Hasangjekaj scored 15 points, Tyrone Codjoe had 12 points and Nikeem Deleon had 10 for No. 7 Clinton (14-7) in The Bronx borough quarterfinals Tuesday.
No. 13 Bayside 61, John Adams 41
Uzonna Akazi had a game-high 23 points and Vincent England added eight points for top-seeded Bayside (19-4) in the Queens borough quarterfinals Tuesday. Markell French had 13 points and Paul Johnson added 12 for No. 8 John Adams (11-4).
Campus Magnet 69, Springfield Gardens 49
Tarik Raynor had a game-high 24 points, Sam Durodola added 18 and Noah Vickers had 10 for third-seeded Campus Magnet (15-7) in the Queens borough quarterfinals Tuesday. Dupree McBrayer had 18 points for No. 6 Springfield Gardens (17-4).
Cardozo 83, HS for Construction 46
Tajay Henry scored a game-high 22 points, Kyle Credle had 13, Kendall Brown had 11 and Omar Williams and Ryan Yearwood added 10 points apiece for second-seeded Cardozo (17-6) in the Queens borough quarterfinals Tuesday. Ehiavekhan Eromoselle led No. 7 HS for Construction (17-7) with 15 points.
Long Island City 45, Beach Channel 43
Sadji Camara had 18 points, including four 3-pointers, Arthur Santanna had 10 points and 14 rebounds and Kevin Green Jr. added eight points, seven rebounds and four assists for fifth-seeded LIC (22-2) in the Queens borough quarterfinals Tuesday.
Wadleigh 88, Eleanor Roosevelt 60
Louie Costen had 23 points and 13 rebounds, Basil Harley added 19 points and 11 assists and Stephen Turner had 12 points for top-seeded Wadleigh (19-5) in the Manhattan borough quarterfinals Tuesday. Taulant Ibraj had 22 points, Robert Borusiewicz added 14 points and seven assists and Max Perkins had 10 points for eighth-seeded Eleanor Roosevelt (13-2)
Manhattan Center 66, Heath Profession 43
Nykolas King had 15 points, Yelsin Gonzalez had 14, Khalil Hamer added 12 and Germaine Wright had 11 for second-seeded Manhattan Center (8-9), while Gelvis Solano netted a game-high 21 points for No. 7 Heath Profession (13-1) in the Manhattan borough quarterfinals Tuesday.
Hunter College HS 68, Stuyvesant 59
Sam Gordon had 20 points, 13 rebounds and six assists, Kadeem Nibbs had 11 points and 10 boards and Joseph Gary, Mark Terng and Ari Yellin-Flaherty had 10 points apiece for third-seeded Hunter College HS (16-2) in the Manhattan borough quarterfinals Tuesday. No. 6 Stuyvesant is now 12-5.
Graphic Communication 71, Norman Thomas 62
Grady King scored a game-high 31 points, including 14-of-16 from the foul line, Shaquille Thompson had 12 points and Rashawn Johnson added 10 for fourth-seeded Graphic Communication (15-2) in the Manhattan borough quarterfinals Tuesday. No. 5 Norman Thomas is 14-3.