- The Enterprise
- The Recorder
Saturday and Sunday marked the final weekend of the Sunday Youth Basketball League’s regular season.
And what a final weekend it was for St. Michael’s School; it won a division title but had to come back to do so.
St. Michael’s rallied back in the fourth quarter to pull out a 47-41 victory over Little Flower School on Sunday to win the South division title.
St. Michael’s led 23-22 at halftime after the teams were tied at 10 after the first quarter. Little Flower gained the lead at 33-29 heading to the fourth quarter, but St. Michael’s scored 18 points in the final period for the win.
Tyler Young led St. Michael’s (8-3 overall) with 18 points, while Noah Young had 14. Greg Lawrence led Little Flower (9-4) with 15 points, while Seth Blevins had 14.
Archbishop Neale School, the North division champion, defeated Cardinal Hickey Academy on Sunday, 45-24. Archbishop Neale led 13-4 after the first quarter and 28-10 at halftime.
Nine different players scored for Archbishop Neale (13-0). Hakeem Everett led with 12 points, while Ryan Oglesby had nine and Jalen Gibbs added eight. Frank McGarvey led Cardinal Hickey (3-8) with eight points.
St. Mary’s Bryantown School began the weekend with a 31-23 victory over Father Andrew White School on Saturday.
St. Mary’s Bryantown led 12-6 at halftime and extended the lead to 24-13 after three quarters.
Derrick Carter led St. Mary’s Bryantown (7-5) with 15 points, while Matthew Sharkey had nine. Jordan Jones led Father Andrew White (5-7) with 11 points.
St. Mary’s Bryantown needed extra time to complete a perfect weekend, that coming in a 43-40 overtime win over St. John’s School on Sunday.
St. John’s led 9-7 after the first quarter, but St. Mary’s Bryantown rallied back to lead 16-14 at halftime and 23-21 heading to the fourth quarter.
St. John’s was able to get the two points back in the final period to force overtime with the game tied at 35. St. Mary’s Bryantown hit some free throws in the extra stanza to pull out the victory.
Carter led St. Mary’s Bryantown with 25 points. Christopher Skane led St. John’s (2-9) with 10 points, while Bradley Anderson and Cameron Russell each had nine.
Father Andrew White followed up its Saturday loss with a 30-27 victory over Our Lady Star of the Sea School on Sunday.
Father Andrew White led 16-4 at halftime and held on for the win after Our Lady out-scored it 14-5 in the fourth quarter.
Jake O’Hara led Father Andrew White with seven points, while Jones and David Granger each had six. Brendan Dziekiewicz led Our Lady (1-11) with 14 points, while David Nehf had eight.
Cardinal Hickey girls win North title
Cardinal Hickey prevailed over Archbishop Neale on Sunday to claim the North division title, 23-14.
Cardinal Hickey led 7-5 after the opening quarter and 16-10 at halftime. It scored the only point of the third.
Marissa Laidley led Cardinal Hickey (11-1) with 10 points, while Karen Anderson led Archbishop Neale (7-4) with six points.
Father Andrew White, the South division champion, started off the weekend with a 38-22 victory over St. Mary’s Bryantown on Saturday. Father Andrew White led 13-4 after the opening quarter and 22-9 at halftime.
Michaela Guy led Father Andrew White (12-1) with 13 points, while Kayla Goldring had 12 and Mackenzie Loewe added eight. Jessica McKnew led St. Mary’s Bryantown (5-6) with 11 points.
Father Andrew White made it two for two Sunday, with a 51-20 victory over Our Lady. Father Andrew White led 12-3 after the opening quarter and 31-9 at halftime.
Nine different players scored for Father Andrew White. Loewe led with 20 points, while Goldring had nine and Sydney Guy added eight. Maleah Smith led Our Lady (7-6) with eight points.
St. Mary’s Bryantown shut out St. John’s in two of the four quarters en route to a 23-5 victory on Sunday.
St. Mary’s Bryantown held St. John’s to one point in the first three quarters combined. It led 3-0 after the first quarter and 10-1 at halftime, then shut out St. John’s 7-0 in the third.
Emma Thompson led St. Mary’s Bryantown with 10 points, while McKnew had seven. Erin Treutler led St. John’s (0-11) with three points.
Little Flower knocked off St. Michael’s on Sunday, 27-15. Little Flower led 13-9 at halftime, then pulled away in the second half.
Cassie Aud and Millie Martin each had nine points to lead Little Flower (5-6), while Ashlee Gorman led St. Michael’s (1-10) with 11 points.