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Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2022: Weekly New York City boys basketball update

   The weekly look at the New York City metro area's PSAL, CHSAA and AIS schools for the New York State Sportswriters Association is compiled by Mike Libert:

Class AA

1- Cardinal Hayes (9-0)- The Cardinals went down south and showed some of the rest of the country just how good they truly are this season. Led by double-doubles in a pair of games from Tobe Awaka, it was Hayes who went 2-0 during their trip to the HoopHall Classic South with victories over both Chaminade from Missouri and Parkview from Arkansas. Add on a 30 point win over Archbishop Molloy and Cardinal Hayes are truly rolling. On Tuesday it will be the Cardinals playing host to Holy Cross before going on the road on Friday to face off with Iona Prep. Sunday will the see Hayes playing in the prestigious HoopHall Classic in Massachusetts where they will square off with Illinois power De La Salle.

2- Christ the King (7-1)- It was a perfect week for the Royals who are in a pack of four teams who seem to have separated themselves from everyone else as the clear top four that NYC has to offer. Devin Vanterpool was the key cog in Christ the King's buzzer beating win on Iona Prep on Tuesday, while Dwayne Pierce and Brandon Williams gave them tremendous lifts in victories over Molloy and Holy Trinity this past week showcasing the depth of talent that the Royals have on the roster. A game of the week matchup awaits on Tuesday night when Christ the King goes on the road to take on St. Francis Prep in a massive matchup, and then it will be a home date on Friday with Xaverian in the two game week.

3- St. Francis Prep (7-1)- After pulling away in the fourth quarter to defeat Scanlan on Tuesday the big question is how would the Terriers look against a very talented Mount St. Michael team on Friday night. The answer was dominant as 5 St. Francis Prep players made it to double figures as the Terriers knocked of the Mountaineers 79-31. Latiek Briscoe and Jaden Daughtry led the charge for St. Francis who will have their biggest game of the year here to date on Tuesday when they host our #2 Christ the King team, with that being followed up with a road Friday night game at Molloy.

4- South Shore (9-2)- Taking care of business this past week were the Vikings who solidified their hold as the top team in the PSAL this season in the AA Division. Max Ragusa had 14 points and 7 assists in a 70-51 road victory over Boys & Girls, and then it was 16 from Nivek Borden as South Shore roared past what many consider to be the Vikings main challengers in the Brooklyn AA in Brooklyn Collegiate, 79-59. It will be a bit of a quiet week here coming up for South Shore as they will have just one game over the next few days here with a road game at Canarsie being their lone test for the week.

5- Susan Wagner (13-0)- Very few when the season began would've predicted the Falcons to be this high up in the AA rankings but here they are after starting the year a perfect 13 for 13. Two more drubbings came this past week with a 9-41 win over New Dorp, and an 86-51 victory over CSI/McCown, both of which came on the road. Justin Nazon led Wagner in scoring in their two games this week, with two more games coming up this week as well with a road game coming on Monday at Petrides before the Falcons come home on Friday for a date with McKee/Staten Island Tech.

6- St. Raymond (4-3)- Due to COVID protocols the Ravens had a couple games postponed, including a game that was scheduled to take place at the Gary Charles Tip of the Hat Classic on Sunday against Chaminade from Long Island. A pair of freshman have been leading the way so far for St. Raymond this season in Brandon Stores Jr. and Tai Turnage, and that fantastic duo will hope to get going again here as they get the season back in action this week on Friday night when the Ravens host Bishop Loughlin in their one game of this coming week.

7- Brooklyn Collegiate (6-3)- It was a tight one but the Lions found a way to clip Canarsie to open their week 77-72. A tough one at South Shore was after that and while Brooklyn Collegiate had their moments led by Zaquan Jones they didn't have enough in what would be a 79-59 defeat. It was a nice rally back from the Lions though as they went out of league on Saturday and easily took down Queens H.S. of Teaching 102-57 in a rout. More challenges await this week here as a road trip to Erasmus Hall in Brooklyn AA play will start things on Thursday, before a home game with Lincoln closes things out on Thursday.

8- Curtis (11-1)- After losing to Susan Wagner at home just before Christmas it seems the Warriors are more than just back on track. They had an impressive 4-0 week this wee, beating everyone by double digits including a dominating 67-27 win over Eagle Academy III out of Queens. Qadir Martin averaged just over 17 points per game in Curtis' wins this week as they are again proving to be among NYC's elite. The week up ahead here will see the Warriors go to Tottenville on Wednesday before hosting Truman in their Ed Watkins Classic on Saturday. Closing things out will be a date at the South Shore MLK Jr. Classic on Sunday where Curtis will meet up in a good one against Eagle Academy of the Bronx.

9- Mount St. Michael (4-1)- For the Mountaineers it was something of a wake up call this past week when on Friday they made their way to Queens t take on St. Francis Prep. Expectations were high coming in for the Bronx squad but they got down quick and never seemed to regroup in what would be a 79-31 defeat. It was flat out a game that Mount St. Michael just want to forget and move on from frankly, and this week gives them that opportunity when they play host on Tuesday to top New York State team Stepinac in a big one before finishing out the week again at home on Friday evening in a game that should be fairly easy on paper against Holy Cross.

10- Benjamin Cardozo (10-2)- Into the Top 10 for the first time this season at the Judges on the backs of a strong week where they knocked off Queens H.S. of Teaching and Eagle Academy III in Queens AA league play, but it was the true road game victory at Canarsie in the New Year's Jamboree on Saturday that really solidified Cardozo's spot. Isaiah Wright had 19 points and 10 rebounds for Cardozo in the victory of the Brooklyn AA school, and while that was a strong win things won't be easier this week as the Judges will have road games on Tuesday and Thursday in league play against John Bowne and Campus Magnet. A non-league road game at Thomas Edison then comes on Friday before a busy week concludes on Sunday when Cardozo plays at the South Shore MLK Jr. Classic against Eagle Academy II of Brooklyn.

11- Archbishop Molloy (3-3)- Playing against the very best that NYC has to offer this past week meant a couple of losses for the Stanners who are now .500 on the season. It was a good start on Tuesday against Cardinal Hayes as Molloy was down by just 1 after one quarter, but they couldn't keep the momentum in what ultimately was a 78-47 loss. A home date with Christ the King then came on Saturday, and while the Stanners were more competitive from start to finish in this one, it still proved to be a 72-63 defeat. This week will see Molloy look to rise above the .500 mark again as on Tuesday they will host Msgr. Scanlan, and then in this two game week it will be another home contest on Friday, this time against another one of NYC's best in St. Francis Prep.


12- Xaverian (5-4)- It seems as if the Clippers are turning a corner here a they are now back at full strength and look to be a team with the potential for something really good the rest of the way. Spencer Mahoney was the driving force behind Xaverian's two dominant non-league wins this past weekend as first on Saturday it was 30 point win over Notre Dame (CT) at the New Year's Jamboree, and then on Sunday at the Prudential Center in New Jersey it was another thrashing, this time of Mater Dei Prep (NJ). With the Clippers looking to be hitting a stride they will now go back to CHSAA league play this week with road games on Tuesday and Friday against Iona Prep and Christ the King respectively, and then on Sunday Xaverian will face off with Msgr. Scanlan at home in Bay Ridge.

13- Wings Academy (8-2)- Opening up their week with a league game against Gompers on Tuesday, Wings got 41 points from C.J. Riley in a blowout 107-56 victory. That win gave them momentum going into their matchup with H.S. for Construction at the New Year's Jamboree on Sunday, a game that saw Wings go up by double digits just before the half as they would coast the rest of the way after that to a 71-57 win. To begin the week now Wings will head back to Bronx AA league action as they will go to Adlai Stevenson on Tuesday, then its a home game on Thursday with James Monroe, before again stepping out of league to play in the South Shore MLK Jr. Classic on Saturday where Wings will take on Canarsie.

14- Eagle Academy II (8-2)- The Eagle from Brooklyn took on Erasmus Hall, Canarsie, and Louis Brandeis this week and came out of the week not just 3-0, but they won each of their three games by 30+ points showing the dominating ways that the Eagles can have. Eric Acker had a career high 40 points in the win over Canarsie in Eagle Academy's statement making win of the week as they continue to make a run as one of the best the PSAL has to offer. It's a two game week to come for Eagle II as they go to Thomas Jefferson on Thursday, and then get Cardozo at the South Shore MLK Jr. Classic for a big one on Sunday.

15- Eagle Academy (11-4)- Led by first year head coach Roosevelt Byers, Eagle Bronx seem to be coming on strong here at the start of 2022 and appear to be a team also now hitting their stride. They went 4-0 this week including getting a 63-56 victory over a previously undefeated Forest Hills team as Asa Kone scored 20 to lead all scorers in the victory. Now the question is can the Eagles keep up the strong play this week as it looks to be a busy and tricky one with a road game at James Monroe to start on Tuesday, then its two more road contests on Thursday and Friday at JFK and at WHEELS before a Sunday clash at the South Shore MLK Jr. Classic with a very good Curtis team.

16- Forest Hills (7-2)- It was something of a bubble burst or wake up call for the Rangers as they came into last week 7-0, but left it 7-2 after losing in league play to Springfield Gardens, and then in non-league action to Eagle Academy. Branden Joseph led Forest Hills in scoring in both defeats this week as a rebound in a big way is really important now over the coming seven days here for the PSAL Queens AA contender. A road date on Tuesday at Queens H.S. of Teaching is first up, and then to close out the two game week it will be a home contest with H.S. of Construction for the young and tough Rangers.

Bishop Loughlin (4-5)
Francis Lewis (5-3)
James Monroe (6-4)
John Bowne (6-5)
Msgr. Scanlan (5-2)

Class A

1- Transit Tech (12-1)- The Express train just keeps on chugging along as they were again utterly and totally dominant in victories this past week over Bushwick, Grand Street Campus, and Brooklyn Tech. The difference with Transit Tech though is the depth and balance David Ellington may be considered their leader but the Express show night in and night out that on any given day anyone can lead the way on the offensive end. It's going to be quite the busy week here for Transit as on Monday and Tuesday they are home for A-Tech and George Westinghouse, before going on the road on Thursday and Friday against John Jay and Wingate during a tough four game week.

2- Msgr. Farrell (8-2)- Once again it may not be the prettiest brand of basketball but head coach Mike Dunn and the Lions are playing their slow down tempo style near flawlessly so far this season as one again demonstrated during their 44-29 win last Monday over St. Edmund Prep. They bog down teams and limit their opponents amount of possessions which in turn leads to winning basketball, at least for Msgr. Farrell it does as their opposition usually becomes frustrated with the precision that the Lions play with. The week ahead will give more examples of that as Farrell on Tuesday will travel to another Class A CHSAA contender in LaSalle before playing host to their big Staten Island rivals on Friday in St. Peter's.

3- Murry Bergtraum (10-1)- Another week means more offensive firepowering numbers for a Blazers team that went over 100 points as a team in two of their three contests that were played beating Washington Irving 103-58 and Eleanor Roosevelt 117-47. Their lone game not eclipsing 100 was a 77-46 win over Hunter with their defense taking center stage in that one. Donnell Campbell continue to look as if they are on cruise control, with games ahead this week to come at East Harlem Pride on Monday and at Seward Park on Friday, before finishing up the week at the South Shore MLK Jr. Classic on Saturday against Brooklyn AA school Abraham Lincoln.

4- Paul Robeson (11-0)- It was a low scoring slugfest as Robeson went on the road to take on Fort Hamilton this past Thursday. Kentrell Evans would score 14 points and grab 18 rebounds as the Eagles would take a 39-37 win that showed that Robeson can win playing any sort of style thrown there way. That was the Eagles only game of last week though this week things will pick up just a bit with games on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, all on the road against Midwood, Lafayette, and Telecommunication respectively a the road warriors continue to look to stay perfect on the season.

5- Nazareth (6-1)- Perfection is what the Kingsmen were this week as they went a perfect 4 for 4 in their games, downing a couple of ranked opponents along the way in Fordham Prep and LaSalle as head coach Gary Ervin clearly has his young group of Kingsmen playing tremendous basketball as they are right in the thick of the hunt to take home a CHSAA title. The upcoming week should bring more challenges and tough contests as Thursday will see Nazareth take on another ranked contender in St. Joseph by the Sea before ending the week on Saturday with a road date in the Bronx at Cardinal Spellman.

6- KIPP NYC College Prep (6-0)- Due to the Christmas break and COVID protocols it's been since December 13th that KIPP have taken to the court. That's an exceptionally long time and the Bulldogs led by Amadou Toure have to be itching at the bit to get back out there. The wait will come to an end on Monday when KIPP goes on the road to take on Bronx United. After that will then come a Wednesday home game against Taft before going back on the road on Friday to square off with Christopher Columbus in what is a three game week to welcome the Bulldogs back.

7- Fordham Prep (8-3)- Hosting Nazareth on Tuesday saw Fordham Prep have a shot to solidify themselves as a part of the cream of the crop in the CHSAA A Division, but even with another strong effort from lead guard Omari Ward it was the Rams who couldn't put together enough strong possessions late in what ended up being a 66-54 defeat. The good news though was the Rams came back quickly on Friday and made easy work of Cardinal Spellman at home 73-57. That win gets Fordham Prep back on the right track leading into this week where they hit the road twice, going to Msgr. McClancy on Tuesday before going to St. Edmund Prep in Brooklyn on Saturday.

8- DeWitt Clinton (10-0)- Just a one game week over the past seven days for Clinton but it was a strong one as they went on the road to Bronx Science and came away with a controlling 69-47 win. Angel Felix had 17 in the winning effort for the Governors to lead the way, while Jomauri Pena added a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Coming up over this next week it will see Clinton take to the court three times beginning on Monday when the Governors travel to Longwood Prep. That will then be followed by a Wednesday home game against Alfred E. Smith, before the week concludes on Friday with Clinton going back on the rod when they head out to Walton.

9- Lehman (7-1)- Much like Clinton just ahead of them in the rankings it was a one game week for the Lions, but a one game week that they took advantage of as behind the 28 points and 9 assists from Jalen Elfe it was a 83-49 win for Lehman over Taft. Now it's a three game week that awaits the Lions as on Monday they will host Alfred E. Smith, then it's a road game on Wednesday at Longwood Prep, before ending things over this seven day stretch with another home contest, this time on Friday when Lehman plays host to Bronx United.

10- LaSalle Academy (5-2)- They were so close to a 3-0 week and a possible top three spot in the Class A rankings, but LaSalle ended up 1-2 on the week after a 69-66 OT loss at Salesian, and a 56-55 defeat at Nazareth. The Cardinals had chances in both games led by Carlos Lorenzo, and they did rebound nicely in their final game of the week, a Sunday afternoon matinee win over Cardinal Spellman 71-38. Two home games are coming up for head coach Jerome Pannell and his Cardinals as they will host Msgr. Farrell on Tuesday in a matchup with major rankings implications, and then on Friday it will fellow Manhattan school Xavier making the trip in.

11- Bayard Rustin Educational Complex (8-0)- Two games meant two wins for the still unbeaten on the season Titans. They first got by Stuyvesant 66-60 before coming through late on Thursday for a 67-59 win over Washington Irving. Zakaria Camara had 25 points to lead the way against Irving in a game that saw Rustin come through down the stretch with the plays needed to pull out the victory. It will be another two game week coming up for the Titans as on Tuesday they will host Norman Thomas before staying in their friendly confines on Thursday when Eleanor Roosevelt comes to town.

12- Evander Childs (7-1)- Going on the road is never easy but Evander made it look easy on Wednesday with an 84-65 victory over Taft. Torrin Swinton had 31 points to lead all scorers, but it was a monster effort inside by Ricardo Dixon with 23 points and 19 rebounds that helped push the Tigers to the win. That was followed up with a 41-35 win on Saturday over Bronx Science that keeps Evander Childs in first place position in the Bronx A1 league in the PSAL. Up next here this week will see two road games to tart things off as the Tigers go to Christopher Columbus on Monday, and then head out to Roosevelt Educational on Wednesday, but then it will be a home game to close the week out against Morris on Friday.

13- St. Joseph by the Sea (5-3)- Midweek non-league tests are rare once you head into the meat of the league schedule but the Vikings made a trip out to Long Island to play one of their best on Thursday in Baldwin. It was a winning trip as well a Danny Marinaccio had 17 points to lead Sea in what was an eye opening 56-49 win for the Staten Island school. They would follow that up then with a blowout win over Xavier on Saturday on the road a well showing that the Vikings are a team that will have a say in what happens in the CHSAA A Division. The week ahead here wont be any easier either as on Tuesday Sea will head to St. Edmund Prep, and then it will be another Brooklyn trip on Thursday when they go to Nazareth in a matchup of ranked schools, before closing out things at home on Saturday against Msgr. McClancy.

14- Brooklyn H.S. for Law and Technology (8-3)- A newcomer into the rankings for this season, but a team very familiar with being ranked in prior seasons is the Michael Levy led squad from Law and Tech. They have had ups and downs so far this season, but scored their biggest win of the season on Saturday when they easily knocked off William Grady at the New Year's Jamboree event in Brooklyn, 63-41. Siyani Arthur scored 13 points to lead the Jets to the win, with Law and Tech having had to postpone the other three league games the had scheduled for the week due to issues with their home gym. The week ahead should bring more intrigue for the Jets as Tuesday will see them going to John Jay before a road trip on Thursday to Grand Street Campus. Things will finish up then on Saturday at the South Shore MLK Jr. Classic when Law and Tech goes up against Class B power Poly Prep.

15- Louis Brandeis (10-2)- Getting 19 points and 12 rebounds from Dylan Crooke allowed Brandeis to roll there way past West 50th Street in their only league game of the week 78-55. The true test came on Sunday when the Bulldogs took on Class AA power Eagle Academy II at the New Year's Jamboree. For a half Brandeis hung around but the depth and overall talent level of the Eagles took over as the Bulldogs ultimately fell 86-47. That loss shouldn't take away much from what Brandeis has accomplished so far this season as they will look to keep their strong play against A Division competition when they go on the road to take on George Washington on Monday, host Harlem Village Academy on Wednesday, and then travel once again to Wadleigh to finish the week out.

16- William Grady (7-2)- Starting the week out on a high note were the Falcons who got 20 points from Mosi Clayton in wha was a 63-47 victory over Frank Macchiarola on Wednesday evening. That was Grady's lone league play contest as on Saturday they would go out of league to play Brooklyn H.S. for Law and Technology at the New Year's Jamboree event. It was a struggle from start to finish there in what would be a 63-41 defeat that head coach Karl Sanders would like to forget about. He has that chance to have his team move on when on Wednesday the Falcons get back to league play when they host Tilden before ending the week on the road with another league contest, this one at Lafayette on Friday.

A. Philip Randolph (10-2)
Beacon (11-2)
Benjamin Banneker (5-3)
Epic H.S. South (7-2)
Graphics Campus (10-1)

Class B

1- Community Health Academy of the Heights (13-1)- Getting league wins this past week over Columbia Secondary and Esperanza Prep Academy by wide margins was expected, the game most wanted to see was how would Community Health do on Saturday when they hosted AA school Gompers? The Phoenix came out flying and behind 28 points from Sayvior Carroll, 25 points from John Harrington it was CHAH crushing their AA foes 96-69. An eye opening performance for sure, the Phoenix will hope to keep up the impressive play this week when on Monday they host Urban Assembly, then on Wednesday they will go to City College Academy, before ending the week at home on Democracy Prep.

2- Poly Prep (4-0)- It's been since well before Christmas since the Blue Devils have taken the court as most NYSAIS teams took the Christmas break off, and have had COVID issues since the start of 2022. New head coach Edgar De La Rosa surely though will have his team ready and raring to go this week with a few big matchups and games on the schedule as on Wednesday they will go to fellow ranked Class B school Trinity, then it will be a home game with Horace Mann on Friday, before going on Saturday to play at the South Shore MLK Jr. Classic where Poly Prep will get ranked Class A PSAL power Brooklyn Law and Tech in a very intriguing contest.

3- Berkeley Carroll (3-0)- Another team who hasn't played since well before Christmas are the Lions. They had an impressive win over Dwight to get the season started, and then because of COVID protocols and an array of other reasons Berkeley Carroll just have not have the opportunity to capitalize on the momentum they had back in early December. They will finally get back to action on Monday when they go to Dwight School in a rematch of the Lions big win from just over a month ago now.

4- Maspeth (6-1)- With their lone loss coming at the hands of our #1 Community Health team, and completely dominating performances in the rest of their contests it's easy to see why the Argonauts keep moving their way back up the rankings ladder. Maspeth led 33-0 at the half in their lone game of the week on Thursday against Baccalaureate, not giving up their first points until midway through the 3rd quarter in what ended up as a 73-5 victory. This week could be just as easy too for the Argonauts as they will host Frank Sinatra on Tuesday, then host Energy Tech on Thursday, before again hosting Renaissance on Friday in what is a three game, all at home week.

5- Dwight School (4-1)- With postponements and cancellations the norm for Dwight it's been a long layoff as well for the Lions who have been off since the middle of December with head coach Dave Brown itching and ready to get is Dwight team back on the court. Led by big man Richard Nweke, the Lions are in good position to make noise this week when they look to get revenge on Monday at home against Berkeley Carroll, the only team to beat Dwight this year, and then that will be followed up with a Wednesday road game at Friends Seminary, with a date on Saturday at the South Shore MLK Jr. Classic against another Class B power in Portledge set to close out the week.

6- Achievement First (5-0)- The toughest team to get a read on in our rankings has to be Achievement First as they had games scheduled for this past Monday and Friday, neither of which seemed to be canceled, but the scores were not reported and have not been posted by head coach Filiberto Reyna. If you want your team to be promoted the way they should when they have played the way Achievement have this season our only ask is to report the scores as soon as possible. They were due to have one game this coming week against Brooklyn Academy of Global Finance on Wednesday, but that game has already been canceled meaning it's a week off for an Achievement First team we know is among the best in Class B.

7- The Scholars Academy (11-0)- Paced by Raphael Tawil, Scholars is off to another impressive start this season. They didn't have a game this past week after their Friday tilt against Cambria Heights Academy was postponed but make no mistake about it, the Seawolves are a team who should be among the best in New York City in Class B. They have the depth in the backcourt and the size inside to compete and thrive against nearly anyone. Coming up here this week will see three road games for Scholars as they go to Queens Gateway on Wednesday, then visit Robert Goddard on Friday, before going on the road to Robert F. Kennedy for the rarest of rare Sunday morning PSAL league games.

8- Trinity School (6-0)- Another in the lone line of NYSAIS schools that just haven't been very active in the past month, Trinity was supposed to get back to action on the road at Dalton this past Saturday but that game was postponed at the very last minute the morning of the game. The Tigers had to be disappointed by that but it looks like they will finally get to hit the court on Wednesday in what could be the biggest home game of the year for Trinity when they host our #2 ranked team in Poly Prep. They will then be at home again on Friday evening when this time it will be Riverdale making the trip into Manhattan to take on the Tigers.

9- Fannie Lou Hamer (10-2)- After a 98-9 blowout win over Explorations Academy on Monday, it was a bit tougher the rest of the way for the Panthers who took down Metropolitan 54-41 on Wednesday, and then it was the toughest one of the week as Fannie Lou needed OT and a late rally to overcome Archimedes/Maleska 65-62. Amir Hughes had 21 points to lead Fannie Lou in the win as they will look to make things a bit easier this week when on Monday they play host to South Bronx, before hitting the road on Wednesday for a matchup with Bronx Early College Academy.

10- Bard H.S. Early College (9-0)- We welcome in our only newcomer to the Class B ranking this week as Bard makes its debut. Moses Lemon had 18 points as the Raptors coated past Richard Green H.S. for Teaching 83-30 on Tuesday, and then on Friday it was a home date with Pace in a game that saw Bard take control early in to take a dominating 80-49 win behind the 16 points from Bruno Katz. The Raptors will look to stay perfect on the season this week though it absolutely won't be easy as on Monday Bard will play host to NEST+M in a battle of PSAL Class B unbeaten. That will be followed by three road games starting on Wednesday at H.S. for Health Professions, then on Thursday the Raptors will be at Institute for Collaborative Education, before finishing out this weeks slate on Friday when Bard goes to University Neighborhood.

Academy of American Studies (6-1)
Baruch College Campus (8-0)
BCAM (6-2)
Lab Museum United (5-0)
NEST+M (8-0)

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