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Triple-Double for Copiague's Davis

Aaron Davis had 20 points, 11 rebounds and 11 blocks, his third

triple-double of the season, in Copiague's 59-47 win over East Islip

yesterday in a League III boys basketball game. Russell Brereton had

seven points and Ronnell Giles added six in the third quarter as

Copiague (5-2) used a 20-5 run to take a 42-27 lead.

"Aaron is just an unbelievable shot-blocker," Copiague coach Pete

Cesare said. "He always manages to record the triple-double the hard

way, with all those blocks."

East Islip (2-5) took a 12-5 lead after the first quarter, but

Copiague used a 17-10 run in the second quarter to tie the score at 22

at the half. Cesare added: "We started slow, but in the third quarter we

were able to turn the game our way."

Also in League III, Barry Baker had 28 points, 9 rebounds and 6

assists for North Babylon in its 82-61 win over Newfield. Aldrick

Hodgson had 14 points and Raheem Simmons added 12 points for the

Bulldogs (6-1). Jared Cotter scored 26 points for Newfield (2-5) . . .

David Andrews scored eight points in a 22-9 second quarter as Whitman

beat Bellport, 79-42. Andrews led Whitman with 15 points and Brian Cohen

and Bobby Sanders each had 13 points for the Wildcats (7-0). Bellport is


LEAGUE I: Jim DeStefano scored 21 points, including 6-for-6 from the

foul line in the final quarter, as Smithtown held on to beat

Patchogue-Medford, 58-56. Mike Cruz hit a jump shot midway through the

third quarter to give Patchogue a 45-40 lead. Dan Craine made a

three-pointer early in the fourth quarter to tie it at 51 for Smithtown

. . . Alex Nieves had 23 points and seven assists and twin brother Chris

added 10 points for Brentwood in its 80-66 victory over Longwood. Jerry

Murat scored six of his eight points in the fourth quarter to open up a

14-point lead for the Indians (5-2). Vernon Alonzo had 26 points for

Longwood (4-3).

LEAGUE II: David Ott had 16 points, 5 steals and 4 rebounds and

Commack shot 5-for-6 from the foul line during the last two minutes to

hold off Lindenhurst, 56-48. Mike Pelan had 17 rebounds and 12 points

for Commack (5-2). Simon Casel had 19 points to lead Lindenhurst (2-5).

Tyrone Stanton had 23 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists as Bay Shore

defeated Central Islip, 89-70. Will Frisby added 18 points and 10

rebounds, and Corey Hinnant had 16 points and nine assists for Bay Shore

(7-0). Ismail West led Central Islip (1-6) with 15 points . . . Jason

Ayala scored 21 points and Joe Coscia added 15 points and 15 rebounds to

lead Centereach to a 69-57 win over Northport (0-7). Ayala (8) and

Efrain Jaiman combined to score 15 points in the second quarter to help

Centereach (5-2) take a 35-23 lead.

LEAGUE IV: Roberto Espinosa opened the third quarter with two

consecutive treys to give Huntington a 38-29 lead en route to a 73-65

win over Comsewogue. Chris Mooney scored nine of his 16 points in the

third quarter for the Blue Devils (3-4), and finished with 10 rebounds

and five blocks. Brent Lawrence had 22 points for Comsewogue (3-4).

LEAGUE V: Tony Perry's layup with 1:30 left proved to be the winning

basket as Islip (2-6) edged Miller Place, 53-50. Perry's layup gave the

Buccaneers a 49-48 lead and a minute later he hit two technical free

throws following a flagrant foul call to extend the lead to three. Perry

finished with 13 points and Reichert, a junior point guard, had 10

assists with only one turnover in 29 minutes. Brian McManus hit four

three-pointers and finished with 15 points for the Panthers (1-6).

Billy Kretz had 24 points on 11-15 shooting to lead Amityville to a

84-39 win over Half Hollow Hills West. Tim Lomot had 14 points and

Telvis Williams added 10 points and 10 rebounds for Amityville (7-1).

Hills West is 4-4.

LEAGUE VIII: David Marvin scored 22 points and Seth Kuhn added 19 as

Stony Brook (6-3) defeated Smithtown Christian, 73-38. Joe Cali had 18

points for Smithtown Christian (0-9).

NON-LEAGUE: Robbie Belles had 29 points in Our Savior New American's

67-38 win over Portledge.


Leland Abrams rolled a 239 game in a 632 series for Westhampton in

its boys bowling win over Shoreham-Wading River. Ryan Bukowski had games

of 270, 277 and 256 for an 803 series for Shoreham, including 17

consecutive strikes from the fifth frame of the first game through the

ninth frame of the second game.

Boys Bowling

East Islip 1024,1063,980 Bay Shore 874,974,910

Mattituck 841,886,827 Eastport 828,740,761

Lindenhurst 964,974,956 Harborfields 859,844,936

Middle Country 1059,976,922 Islip 896,855,860

North Babylon 815,895,740 West Islip 804,723,744

Miller Place 1113,825,981 Port Jefferson 674,597,640

Sachem 1028,969,1037 Smithtown 890,917,922

Ward Melville 995,1160,1066 Rocky Point 998,1013,968

Westhampton 939,981,981 Shoreham-Wading River 869,844,829

Babylon 1021,903,940 Northport 941,1004,904

Longwood 865,999,884 Bellport 957,891,884

Riverhead 900,981,966 East Hampton/Pierson 814,1048,809

Patchogue-Medford 917,895,857 Floyd 841,849,878

Girls Bowling

East Islip 924,959,862 Middle Country 815,831,895

Sachem 848,869,824 Northport 697,635,799

Boys Fencing

Commack 21 Brentwood 6

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