Adam Berlin hit the winning shot with 20 seconds left to lift Bayport-Blue Point over Huntington, 58-56, Wednesday in a non-league boys basketball game.
Berlin had 18 points and Gary Farley added 10 points and 13 rebounds for the Phantoms (6-1). John Patron scored 23 points and P.J. White had 13 for Huntington.Hampton Bays 42, Southold 41: Justin Carbone hit a three-pointer with 16 seconds left to break a tie at 39 for Hampton Bays (3-3) in the final of the Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament. Cameron Booth had 19 points and three assists and Luke Mercurio, who had nine points and 11 rebounds, was named tournament MVP. Winston Wilcenski's free throws tied it at 39 with 1:06 remaining.
Floyd 48, Kings Park 45: Anthony White had 19 points, 14 rebounds, six blocks and four assists for Floyd (5-0) in the final of the Kings Park Tournament. He was named tournament MVP. Devin Burney added nine points and Aaron Willis, who was selected all-tournament, had seven points. Nick Borkowski scored 15 points for Kings Park and Chris Savino's three with 0.8 seconds left created the final margin.
Sachem North 78, Babylon 66: Nick Gallina scored 20 points to lead Sachem North (4-1) in the consolation game of the Kings Park Tournament. Vin Vacanti added 18 points, including three consecutive three-pointers to start the second half that pulled the Flaming Arrows from a 36-30 halftime deficit. Anthony Beuttner had 17 points and was named to the all-tournament team. Nahari Jenkins scored 19 points for Babylon.
Kellenberg 66, South Side 63: Kevin Bowles had 19 points and eight rebounds for Kellenberg (3-3) in the final of the South Side Holiday Tournament. He was named tournament MVP. Marco Martino (eight points) hit a three-pointer with 1:10 left to give the Firebirds a 64-63 lead. Rob Gomiela added 13 points, including two free throws with 20 seconds left to create the final margin. Tom Turner had nine points and six assists. Ryan Spadaford scored 19 points for South Side.
girls basketballComsewogue 37, West Babylon 36: Taylor Ostrick (six points) hit a layup with 1:19 left to give Comsewogue a 37-34 lead in the Newfield Tournament. Nicole Lyman's jumper with 1:05 left pulled West Babylon within a point. Cindy Edwards had nine points to lead the Warriors (5-2). Samantha Kane added six points and eight rebounds and Kerry MacKinnon had four points and seven rebounds. Kendra Shuler scored 10 points for West Babylon.
East Hampton 34, Hampton Bays 31: Nicole Miksinski's jumper with two minuets left gave East Hampton (7-1) a lead in the final of the Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament. Kaelyn Ward scored 14 points and four steals and Miksinski, who was named tournament MVP, added 12 points and six rebounds. Theresa Carey scored 12 points for Hampton Bays.
Central Islip 49, Smithtown East 37: Brenda Hornedo had 15 points and 14 rebounds and Janiece Jenkins added 13 points and 17 rebounds to lead Central Islip (2-2) in non-league. Nicole Shevlin scored 12 points for Smithtown East.
West Hempstead 47, Clarke 29: Nicole Christenson had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead West Hempstead (1-6) in non-league. Sarah Njoku added 15 points and 12 rebounds. Alyssa Colletti and Nicole Vevanto each scored eight points for Clarke.
Great Neck North 64, Central Newfoundland (Canada) 31: Jennifer Doppelt had 24 points, nine rebounds and eight assists for Great Neck South (3-2) in the Dad's Club Tournament at Bethpage. Jackie Behar added 13 points and 11 rebounds and Talia Etessami had 13 points and seven steals. Vicky Pinksen scored 11 points for Central Newfoundland.
Long Island Lutheran 52, Newton North (Mass.) 36: Yuni Sher had 14 points and eight rebounds to lead Lutheran (6-1) in the first round of the Newton South Tournament in Newton, Mass. Keda Nicholas added 11 points and Sam Milhaven had six points and seven rebounds.