Oyster Bay 58, Malverne 35

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Oyster Bay defeated Malverne, 58-35, in a Nassau Class B semifinal on Saturday at LIU Post.

Nick Carbone of Oyster Bay tries to get
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Nick Carbone of Oyster Bay tries to get around a Malverne defender. (Feb. 16, 2013)

Oyster Bay's David Carl goes up the middle
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Oyster Bay's David Carl goes up the middle against Malverne. (Feb. 16, 2013)

Oyster Bay's Nick Carbone gets inside against Malverne.
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Oyster Bay's Nick Carbone gets inside against Malverne. (Feb. 16, 2013)

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Austin Seaman of Oyster Bay goes up for
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Austin Seaman of Oyster Bay goes up for the shot against Malverne gets inside during the Nassau High School boys basketball Class B semifinals. (Feb. 16, 2013)

Oyster Bay's David Carl hammers up the middle
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Oyster Bay's David Carl hammers up the middle against Malverne during the Nassau High School boys basketball Class B semifinals. (Feb. 16, 2013)

Oyster Bay's Jason Valasquez tries to control the
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Oyster Bay's Jason Valasquez tries to control the ball against Malverne. (Feb. 16, 2013)

Jason Valasquez of Oyster Bay spins away from
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Jason Valasquez of Oyster Bay spins away from defenders during the Nassau High School boys basketball Class B semifinals. (Feb. 16, 2013)

Malverne's James Wheeler tries to get between Oyster
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Malverne's James Wheeler tries to get between Oyster Bay defenders during the Nassau High School boys basketball Class B semifinals. (Feb. 16, 2013)

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