Boys basketball roundup: Poughkeepsie rally led by trio in win vs. Eastchester

Boys basketball roundup: Poughkeepsie rally led by trio in win vs. Eastchester

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Boys basketball roundup: Poughkeepsie rally led by trio in win vs. Eastchester

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Three Poughkeepsie High School boys basketball players contributed double-digit scoring efforts Saturday, leading the Pioneers to a 70-59 win over visiting Eastchester.

“I think it was a great way to kick off our home schedule,” said Poughkeepsie head coach Brian Laffin, whose team improved to 1-1. “We’re happy we got the win. Eastchester (5-1) is a very good team.”

Jermar Dancy (game-high 26 points), Jahleel Carter (12 points) and Devin Lawrence (11 points) led the Pioneers, who trailed 34-32 at halftime but held the visitors to just 25 points after the break.

“We had a really good defensive second half,” Laffin said. “That was important because in the first half, we led by 10 points, kind of got comfortable and let them back in.”
Our Lady of Lourdes 67, Manhasset 54 — Kyle Santoro scored 21 points and added eight assists as the Warriors won in the Tom Emma Memorial Game at Manhasset in Nassau County.
Santoro was named the game’s most valuable player. Mike Donnelly contributed 24 points for Lourdes (2-0 overall).
Lourdes hosts John F. Kennedy Catholic at 6:15 p.m. on Monday.

Pawling 58, Ardsley 45 — Sean Morris finished with 18 points and five rebounds for Pawling in the consolation game of the Somers tournament. Justin Mayette added 13 points and four steals, and Matt Morrison had 10 points, six rebounds and four assists for the Tigers.

Trinity Pawling 73, Choate 63 — Tyrone Smith had 19 points and five steals for Trinity Pawling at the Seacoast Classic in Marion, Mass. Ryan Yearwood scored 18 points, and Braegon Bayer added 11 points and five assists for Trinity Pawling.

Faith Christian Academy 51, N.Y. Military Academy 39 — James Lloyd had 13 points and 15 rebounds for Faith Christian Academy and Lewis Derenzis added 12 points and five steals.

Red Hook 61, Rondout Valley 33 — The host Raiders held the Ganders to nine first-half points in the win late Friday. Mike Rogers led all scorers with 16 points, including four 3-pointers for Red Hook (2-0), and Paddy Parr added 13 points and five assists. Dennis Hare scored 11.

Marlboro 70, Highland 36 — Alex Smith and Tyler Terpening scored 16 points apiece as the visiting Iron Dukes (3-0) prevailed late Friday. Zach Sakadelis and Ryan Cary had 11 points each for Marlboro (3-0). James Relyea led Highland with 11 points.

Rhinebeck 51, Dover 35 — Luke Matthews led the Hawks’ road effort with 22 points, and Hunter Brandt chipped in 12 late Friday. Ryan Dowd led Dover (0-4) with 12 points, and Ty Mill scored 10.

Saugerties 58, New Paltz 56 — C.J. Burke scored a team-high 15 points, but the host Huguenots fell at home late Friday. Devon Shaw added 14 points for New Paltz, while Aden Gilmour chipped in 11. J.T. Elmendorf scored a game-high17 points for Saugerties.

Millbrook 66, Webutuck 21 — Justin Simmons scored a game-high 17 points as the host Blazers (1-3) defeated the Warriors (0-4). Devon Jackson added 13 points, five rebounds and three assists.

Pine Plains 80, Coleman 54 — Tyler Lydon had 21 points, 10 rebounds and five assists as the host Bombers defeated the Statesmen. Justin Cooper had 20 points, 10 assists, four steals and four rebounds for Pine Plains (2-1). Zach Lydon had 13 points, four rebounds, three blocks and four steals. Adam Miller had 10 points and four rebounds for Coleman.

Peekskill 90, Beacon 62 — Tony Romanelli scored a team-high 13 points, but the Bulldogs lost on the road. Chas Del Bene added 12 points for Beacon, while Elijah Hughes contributed 10.

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