The Friars got 15 points and three blocks from Tim Coleman and 14 points, nine rebounds from Josh Brown as they stretched their winning streak to 78 games Monday with a 54-51 win over Tift County (Ga.) in Springfield, Mass. Next up is Boys & Girls of Brooklyn Friday at the SNY Invitational.
Reggie Cameron scored 20 points and fellow senior Kavon Stewart played a steady floor game with seven points and eight assists to propel the Hawks past DeMatha (Md.), 59-56, Monday in Springfield, Mass.
Shaq McFarlan had 16 points to pace the Railsplitters to a 95-68 win over Capital Prep (Conn.) at the HoopHall Classic. Next: Transit Tech (Jan. 31, 5 p.m.)
The Royals dropped their second game of the year, losing 67-64 on the road to Boys & Girls Saturday. Next: @ St. Francis Prep (Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.)
The Crusaders have 13 straight wins, most recently against Bayside and Gill St. Bernards
Senior guard Joel Hernandez averaged 25.2 points over the last four games to guide the Highwaymen to successive victories. Senior point guard Shaakir Lindsey was t 21.2 over that stretch.
The Lions fell to Walnut Hill (Oh.) on Saturday, but flourished earlier in the week with wins over the Patrick School and Linden. Hakim Saintil, Tyler Roberson and Asante Gist all played key roles in the victories.
The Vikings defeated New Jersey’s Pope John XXIII, 75-62, at a tournament in Manhattan Monday. Next: George Westinghouse (Jan. 29, 5 p.m.)
Rob Ukawuba and Dan Leung combined for 23 points and the Bears dug in defensively last Wednesday to post their second win this season over St. Joseph (Met.), 52-45. Amir Bell also provided steady play that night.
The Celtics rebounded from a loss Tuesday to Roselle Catholic with a 59-49 win three days later against Lawrenceville. Junior forward Daniel Knight scored 16 points and senior guard DeAndre Bembry had 10 in the victory.
The Cardinals enjoyed a 2-0 week, beating Mount St. Michael and Holy Cross. Next: Long Island Lutheran @ CCNY (Friday, 6 p.m.)
The Lions bounced back from a tough loss at Molloy to beat league rivals Xaverian and St. Francis Prep. Next. Christ the King (Friday, 7:30 p.m.)
Kentucky-bound junior Karl Towns dropped in 17 points, but his team's offense struggled overall in a 52-45 loss to East Brunswick last Wednesday. The Falcons look to rebound tonight on the road against Piscataway.
The Knights, winners of seven in a row, had two wins over Pennsylvania's Erie McDowell and Erie-Central Tech.
The Pirates have won five-straight behind the consistent leadership of Spencer Weisz and the contributions of Tom Lacey, Temple Gibbs and Kelly Hogan.
The Ravens beat St. Rita (Ill.) and Moore Catholic after an overtime loss at Christ the King Friday. Next: @ Mount St. Michael (Tuesday, 4 p.m.)
Damon Miraud averaged 13.3 ppg. in the last three games to spark wins over St. Mary, Union and Shabazz. Hakeem Rogers and Jahad Thomas lend a hand on this balanced club.
Terrell Bagley, Juwan Jones and Quadri Moore hope to return the Tigers to the W column tonight against Montgomery after consecutive losses to Elizabeth, 55-53, and Blair, 64-57.
Wings has won five straight games since a loss to South Shore and face a stiff test in rival JFK Friday. Next: John F. Kennedy (Friday, 6 p.m.)
Marko Kozul had 19 points and Chez Williams added 12 in a 56-42 win over Fordham Prep Sunday. Next: @ Xaverian (Tuesday, 4:15 p.m.)
The Bulldogs added to their already-impressive resume a heart-stopping 52-51 victory over prep power Blair on Saturday. Zaire O’Neil. who answered the bell in the closing moments with a couple of clutch buckets, and De’Ashia Jones, whose putback with 13 seconds left gave Shabazz a 52-49 lead, each finished with 17 points.
Ossining not only almost lost, but it almost lost to a Section 1 opponent in Hamilton. However, Saniya Chong did what she does and scored 24 points in the fourth quarter, proving again that she is the best player this area has ever seen.
Selfless distribution, balanced scoring and seamless defensive switches along the perimeter powered the Caseys past Jackson, 67-31, at the Hoop Group Boardwalk Showcase. RBC shot 50 percent from the floor (25 of 52) and 55.5 percent from behind the arc (10 of 18). The win came on the heels of a dramatic 48-46 triumph over No. 12 St. John Vianney that ended on a Grace Fallon tip-in with 0.3 seconds left in regulation.
Sierra Calhoun had 31 points and nine boards in a 60-36 win over Archbishop Wood (PA) Saturday at the Rose Classic. Next: St. Francis Prep (Tuesday, 5:45 p.m.)
Who needs depth? The Knights don’t. They’ve been doing just fine with their seven-player rotation. Idle last week, they get back into the thick of things with a matchup on Tuesday opposite a young, hungry Franklin squad that plays exhaustive man-to-man defense.
Amani Tatum reached the 1,000-point plateau in a 74-53 win over Montclair (NJ) Monday at the Rose Classic. Next: @ Bishop Ford (Thursday, 5 p.m.)
A 53-49 triumph over No. 9 Northern Highlands on Sunday at the Benefit Games went a long way toward solidifying IHA’s bid for the top seed in the upcoming Bergen County Tournament, which gets seeded on Wednesday night. Sophomore guard Caitlin Roche stepped up big time in the critical win, scoring 13 of her 16 points in the fourth quarter.
The Crusaders had big wins against NYC's Bishop Ford, JFK-Patterson and Francis Lewis
The Falcons suffered their first home loss in two and a half years, losing to Long Island Lutheran, 53-48, Monday. Next: Archbishop Molloy (Thursday, 5 p.m.)
This spot almost went to Hamilton, but Irvington had too good of a week to fall. The Bulldogs beat up on Class A favorite Pearl River and then took care of Albertus Magnus on Sunday. Let’s not forget that Irvington played with Ossining, too, and the Bulldogs will get their rematch the final week of the regular season.
After a week off, Brianna Fraser and the Lady Vikings return to the court Thursday against Boys & Girls. Next: Boys & Girls (Thursday, 5 p.m.)
The idle Lady Blazers are back in action Tuesday when they take on Midwood at home in a game broadcast by MSG Varsity. Next: Midwood (Tuesday, 5 p.m.)
The Panthers slip three spots after absorbing their first loss, a 51-42 setback to No. 12 St. John Vianney, on Saturday at the Boardwalk Showcase despite a combined 31 points from senior twins Kelly and Lauren Hughes. This week doesn’t get any easier with No. 8 Middletown South paying a visit on Thursday.
The Gaels had big victories over Sacred Heart and NYC's New Mission
Wins against Sacred Heart and OLMA eliminates the bad taste out of the Friars mouth from last week's loss to St. Mary's
Coach Bob Daggert is two wins away from 500 for his career. The Warriors are going for 499 at Petrides. Next: @ Petrides (Wednesday, 4:30 p.m.)
The Crusaders have won eight straight, with seven of those victories coming by at least 35 points.
Statement win over Trumbull last week leaves the Black Knights as one of two unbeatens in the FCIAC and Class LL.
With much of the focus steered toward junior point guard Katelynn Flaherty (30.9 ppg.) and sophomore swing Marina Mabrey (24.2 ppg.), the Garnett Gulls saw Eva Motto come forward to supply an emerging tertiary option. The senior hit five 3-pointers and totaled a season-best 15 points during a 71-38 showing against Keansburg.
Trailing by nine late in the third quarter, the Iron Mike rallied to slip past Neuman-Goretti of Philadelphia, 49-47. Junior guard Isis Young supplied 12 of her game-high 21 points to a late 20-6 surge.