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Adams gets 480th in Hempstead victory

Ted Adams became the winningest coach in Nassau boys basketball history Sunday, earning his 480th career victory as Hempstead beat Samuel Gompers (Bronx), 71-57, in the Junius Kellogg Classic at Manhattan Center.

Ismael Pierre, who was named tournament MVP, had 16 points, eight rebounds, eight steals and six assists for Hempstead. Adams, in his 27th season, moved ahead of Russ Bastin, who coached Uniondale from 1954-92.

Floyd 65, Wyandanch 50: Sophomore Anthony White scored a career-high 29 points for Floyd in the Kings Park Tip-Off Tournament. Shabazz Thompkins added 16 points. He had 13 points in a 22-12 fourth. Floyd faces Sachem North in the final at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Sachem North 47, Kings Park 43: Jon Ford's 15 points led Sachem North.


Long Island Lutheran 66, St. Mary Academy Bay View (Riverside, R.I.) 39: Jess DeNicola had 21 points and 17 rebounds for Lutheran (6-1) in the Big Apple Christmas Classic at Bishop Ford High School.


Anthony double winner. Kellenberg's Michele Anthony won the 55-meter hurdles (9.17) and the 200 meters (27.55) in the Seton Hall Games.

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