Malone Mulhall Benefit Basketball Game

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More than 1,500 people attended the second annual Malone Mulhall Benefit Basketball Game at Adelphi University's Center for Recreation and Sports in Garden City. The game is held in memory of three summer camp counselors from Floral Park who died in a car crash on the Meadowbrook State Parkway in Roosevelt in July 2010.

Michael Mulhall, 22, died in a July 15,

Michael Mulhall, 22, died in a July 15, 2010, one-car crash on the Meadowbrook State Parkway, along with Paige Malone, 19, and Jamie Malone, 22. All three young people were camp counselors at Camp ANCHOR in Lido Beach and all three lived in Floral Park.

Vernon Goodridge (20) and Paris Horne jump up
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Vernon Goodridge (20) and Paris Horne jump up for a rebound during the second annual Malone Mulhall Benefit Basketball Game at Adelphi University in Garden City. The game, which raises money for scholarships, honors Floral Park residents Michael Mulhall, 22, Jamie Malone, 22, and Paige Malone, 19, who died on July 15, 2010, after their car crashed into a tree along the Meadowbrook State Parkway. (July 28, 2012)

Paris Horne, who played during college for St.
(Credit: Jeremy Bales)

Paris Horne, who played during college for St. John's University, goes up for a dunk during the second annual Malone Mulhall Benefit Basketball Game at Adelphi University. The game honors Floral Park residents Michael Mulhall, 22, Jamie Malone, 22, and Paige Malone, 19, who died on July 15, 2010, after their car crashed into a tree along the Meadowbrook State Parkway. (July 28, 2012)

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Justin Burrell, who played for St. John's University,
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Justin Burrell, who played for St. John's University, drives to the basket between Tyrone Nash (1) and Danny Green (14) during the second annual Malone Mulhall Benefit Basketball Game at Adelphi University. The game honors Floral Park residents Michael Mulhall, 22, Jamie Malone, 22, and Paige Malone, 19, who died on July 15, 2010, after their car crashed into a tree along the Meadowbrook State Parkway. (July 28, 2012)

Paris Horne, who played basketball for St. John's
(Credit: Jeremy Bales)

Paris Horne, who played basketball for St. John's University, signs autographs. Horne participated in the second annual Malone Mulhall Benefit Basketball Game at Adelphi University which honored Floral Park residents Michael Mulhall, 22, Jamie Malone, 22, and Paige Malone, 19, who died on July 15, 2010, after their car crashed into a tree along the Meadowbrook State Parkway. (July 28, 2012)

Jamie and Paige Malone's sister Daphne, left, and
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Jamie and Paige Malone's sister Daphne, left, and parents James and Diane Malone watch the halftime entertainment at the second annual Malone Mulhall Benefit Basketball Game at Adelphi University in Garden City. The game honors Michael Mulhall, 22, Jamie Malone, 22, and Paige Malone, 19, who were all Floral Park residents who died July 15, 2010, after their car crashed into a tree along the Meadowbrook State Parkway. (July 28, 2012)

Arthur Robertson drives to the basket in front
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Arthur Robertson drives to the basket in front of Andrew Beinert during the second annual Malone Mulhall Benefit Basketball Game at Adelphi University in Garden City. The game honors Floral Park residents Michael Mulhall, 22, Jamie Malone, 22, and Paige Malone, 19, who died on July 15, 2010, after their car crashed into a tree along the Meadowbrook State Parkway in Roosevelt. (July 28, 2012)

Danny Green of North Babylon and the NBA
(Credit: Jeremy Bales)

Danny Green of North Babylon and the NBA San Antonio Spurs drives to the basket between Rashad Bishop (5) and Paris Horne (23) during the second annual Malone Mulhall Benefit Basketball Game at Adelphi University. The game honors Floral Park residents Michael Mulhall, 22, Jamie Malone, 22, and Paige Malone, 19, who died on July 15, 2010, after their car crashed into a tree along the Meadowbrook State Parkway. (July 28, 2012)

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