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Tuesday, Jan. 25, 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 (14-0)- The clear favorite in the CHSAA at this point, the Cardinals are now firmly on the national scene as they once again this weekend make a major statement with a 75-66 victory over Bergen Catholic at the NY vs. NJ Catholic Challenge with Elijah Moore leading the way as the sophomore begins to open eyes and become a premier recruit for many high-major Division 1 programs. The week ahead for Cardinal Hayes will see them go on the road for three league contests this week starting with a trip to Mount St. Michael on Tuesday. That will be followed by the marquee duel at Stepinac on Friday, before closing the week out on Sunday by going to Brooklyn to take on Bishop Loughlin.

2- St. Francis Prep (10-1)- Another week meant another easy one for the Terriers who stepped out of league this past Friday and defeated Poughkeepsie with ease on the road 64-30 as Josh Pascarelli had 14 points in what was a true all around team effort from a St. Francis Prep team that still doesn't get neat the amount of attention they deserve nationally. Coming up here will see the Terriers going to the Bronx on Tuesday to face off with St. Raymond, and then on Friday it will be a home date with Xaverian. The three game week will end on Sunday afternoon when SFP has a matinee on the road against their main rivals in Holy Cross.

3- South Shore (15-2)- After easily downing Francis Lewis on Monday at the South Shore MLK Jr. Classic to open last week the league matchups also proved to be easy enough as the Vikings comfortably downed both Abraham Lincoln and Erasmus Hall to remain perfect in PSAL Brooklyn AA play. Kyrone Alexander continues to be the surprise of the season as the forward has been a do it all type of player for South Shore, while Max Ragusa continues to lead things from the point guard position. Just one game coming up here over the next week for the Vikings but it's a big one when they play host on Tuesday to Eagle Academy II, another challenger to the Brooklyn AA crown.

4- Christ the King (10-4)- Taking care of business were the Royals this week as Christ the King seems to be really coming together as a group and coming into their own at what looks to be just the right time. They downed Mount St. Michael by 11 midweek, and then were able to find a way behind Devin Vanterpool against Hudson Catholic (NJ) at the NY vs. NJ Catholic Challenge in a 63-62 win. That was then followed up by a 16 point showing from freshman sensation Markell Alston with the Royals winning over Bishop Loughlin on Sunday. Everything seems to be clicking now for Christ the King who in the week ahead will go to Msgr. Scanlan on Friday before then visiting Xaverian on Sunday, a team that recently knocked off the Royals who will be out for revenge.

5- Wings Academy (15-2)- Coming into this season there wasn't a lo of hype about Wings but they have proven nearly everyone who doubted them wrong as they look like a clear contender for the PSAL title this season. Wings easily knocked off JFK and Mott Haven to begin the week and then it was a strong Sunday showing when the Bronx power clipped Thurgood Marshall Academy 66-56 in a game that saw Mohamed Kante come up big again with 21 points and 11 rebounds. Tuesday will see Wings play host to Harry Truman in what is a three game week here coming up, and that will be followed by a Friday evening game at home against Manhattan Center on the road. The big game of the week then comes on Sunday morning when Wings will host their main rivals from Eagle Academy in what is one of the true games of the week.

6- Eagle Academy II (11-3)- Every time we begin to doubt this Eagle group from Brooklyn they show up that we shouldn't have done that. The Eagles went to Brooklyn Collegiate this past week and were able to convincingly knock off the Lions 68-59 with Treshawn Whitfield-Shepp having a breakout game with a 30 point performance in his best performance of the year. Tuesday will see Eagle II go to South Shore in one of the top Brooklyn AA matchup of the year before the two game week concludes on Thursday with a trip to Abraham Lincoln in Coney Island.

7- Brooklyn Collegiate (10-4)- Even though the Lions fell by 9 to Eagle II, there were still a pair of wins on the week with Brooklyn Collegiate taking down Forest Hills 53-39 at the South Shore MLK Jr. Classic along with a 62-48 win to finish the week out against Boys & Girls as Jayden Johnson scored 16 to lead all scorers in the victory. Thursday will see Brooklyn Collegiate taking on Boys & Girls again, this time on the road, before a Saturday matchup against Harry Truman at the BDiddy Memorial Invitational at James Monroe and a Sunday game with Susan Wagner at the Ryan Preston Classic finishes a busy week off.

8- Thomas Jefferson (10-8)- If you go by just their record you may question the credentials of the Orange Wave this year, but they have now won three in a row and have some major quality wins including one on Saturday when Jefferson went to Staten Island and knocked off Susan Wagner to give the Falcons their first loss of the season, 94-90. Anthony Isaac had 29 points and 15 rebounds in the victory for the Orange Wave as they are really starting to look like a team that can make noise the rest of the way. Just one game this week for Thomas Jefferson as on Friday night they head back out to Staten Island, this time to take on Curtis.

9- St. Raymond (7-5)- After knocking off St. Peter's to begin the week, the Ravens played host this past Wednesday to Stepinac. Starting a pair of freshmen while being inexperienced still it was thought that St. Ray's were a heavy underdog. To the Ravens, led by lead guard Tai Turnage it was St. Raymond who took the game to 2OT's before the Ravens finally fell on a buzzer beater 86-84. The future no doubt looks bright for St. Ray's, but the present doesn't look to shabby either. This busy week will see the Ravens get going on Monday when they head to Brooklyn to face off with Xaverian. Then Tuesday it will be St. Ray's hosting St. Francis Prep in a big one to watch, with trips to Iona Prep and Molloy on Friday and Sunday to follow in a jam packed four game week.

10- Susan Wagner (18-1)- The issue for the Falcons will be strength of schedule, at least up to now. They have two wins against Curtis which are nice, but there best wins besides that are against Class A level competition. It didn't help Wagner's cause that they fell for the first time this season, at home to Thomas Jefferson on Saturday 94-90. Xavier Barrow had 28 points in the defeat that saw the Falcons fall. Friday will see Wagner get back to action when they take to the road to take on Tottenville before a Sunday game against Brooklyn Collegiate in the Ryan Preston Classic to be played at South Shore H.S.

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11- Campus Magnet (13-3)- When the season began there weren't many expectations for the Bulldogs but this group from the Queens AA school ha exceeded what most had for them, especially after another impressive performance on Thursday with a 63-43 win over Springfield Gardens. Levels Tulien had 17 points and 10 rebounds for Campus who seem to have solidified themselves as the team to beat in Queens this season. Games on both Saturday and Sunday will await the Bulldogs this week when on Saturday they go to JFK for a non-league date, before a Sunday afternoon league game against August Martin in a game to be played at Barclays Center.

12- Msgr. Scanlan (9-4)- A team that like some others in our rankings so far has taken some strong leaps up as of late are the Crusaders who are coming off of wins this past week over Molloy, Iona Prep, and Mount St. Michael. Rich Smith has made a major difference since he has come back into the lineup for Scanlan as he has added an offensive boost, plus provided much needed depth for what seems to be a still improving Crusaders squad. It will be a VERY busy week ahead here for Scanlan as on Tuesday they will host Holy Cross, then on Wednesday it's a road game in Brooklyn at Bishop Loughlin before hosting Christ the King in a massive showdown in the Bronx on Friday. Two games over the weekend on Saturday and Sunday in their own Crusaders Classic will end a week that will definitely tell us a lot about just what kind of team Msgr. Scanlan is this season.

13- Curtis (15-2)- A perfect record it would be for the Warriors if they didn't have to take on Susan Wagner as for the second time this season it was Curtis taking a loss to their Staten Island league rivals, this time on the road by a 51-41 score. Qadir Martin continues to turn heads as he had 17 points in the defeat, though a solid comeback win followed that up when Curtis was able to knock off McKee/Staten Island Tech to finish the week. Coming up here for Curtis will be a home tilt on Friday night out of league against Thomas Jefferson in a statement type game for the Warriors, and then on Sunday it will be Forest Hills for Curtis at the Ryan Preston Classic.

14- Mount St. Michael (7-4)- There are a lot of ups and downs for the Mount as you can look back to their win a couple week ago against Stepinac as to the possibilities that the Mountaineers have, though when you see the fact that they went 0-3 this past week with losses to Christ the King, Scanlan, and Iona Prep you wonder if this MSM can put together the consistency to make a deep playoff run. They certainly have the talent but can they put it all together remains to be seen. Up here this week Mount will start off on Tuesday with a home game against our #1 Cardinal Hayes team, then it will be a non-league home game on Thursday against Class B NYSAIS power Dwight School, and then its a Saturday afternoon contest at home against Iona Prep.

15- Archbishop Molloy (5-6)- Much like it's been for most of the season the Stanners had a mixed bag of results this past week. They went on the road twice and got two wins over Xaverian and Holy Cross, but they fell at home to Msgr. Scanlan and lost a neutral site contest with one of Long Island's best in Chaminade. Chase Robinson and the rest of the Stanners will hope to show more consistency as they will host one of the CHSAA's best on Tuesday when Stepinac comes to town. Friday will then see Molloy host Holy Cross, before another of NYC's best comes to Queens on Sunday when the Stanners host St. Raymond to conclude the three game week.

16- Eagle Academy (12-6)- With Asa Kone averaging a double-double on the season, Eagle Bronx are looking as if they are a formidable contender for the Bronx AA crown and a team that could give Wings Academy some issues as the season moves along. They didn't have any action this past week but will look to get back to their winning ways on Sunday morning when Eagle has their only game of this week, and it will be a very big one when they hit the road to take on Wings in a game that should say a lot about what to expect from the Eagles the rest of the way.

Bubble:

Forest Hills (10-5)

Francis Lewis (9-5)

James Monroe (10-5)

John Bowne (12-6)

Xaverian (7-7)

Class A

1- Transit Tech (20-1)- Four games meant four wins for the Express as they got by Beacon and McKee/Staten Island Tech in non-league action, though they were hard fought contests with Transit winning by single digits. The league games against Dr. Susan McKinney and Prospect Heights Campus were much easier though as the Express had 5 players in double digit scoring in each of those two victories. Two more non-league games await the Express this coming week as on Thursday they will host MLK Jr., and then it will be a Barclays Center game on Sunday when Transit Tech takes on a sneaky good Thomas Edison team out of Queens.

2- Murry Bergtraum (15-1)- Moving up to the #2 spot this week are the Blazers who continue to demonstrate impressive offensive play as they took down Bayard Rustin, a fellow ranked team out of Manhattan, 89-53 in a game that saw Kalifa Ouattara score 22 points and grab 12 rebounds to solidify themselves as the top team in the borough of Manhattan. Bergtraum also knocked off Norman Thomas 101-56 as they continue to be a true offensive juggernaut. Friday coming up will see Bergtraum go on the road to take on Stuyvesant in league play before a Saturday non-league game at the Crusaders Classic in the Bronx against longtime PSAL AA power Benjamin Cardozo.

3- Paul Robeson (17-0)- In what was far and away the Eagles toughest game of the season to date they went to Grady and found a way to come away with a 50-49 win. Without a home gym for this season due to construction, Robeson are the road warriors but still come out on top game after game. Kentrell Evans had 13 points and a dominating 27 rebounds, controlling the offensive glass in major fashion to help carry Robeson to the victory. They also defeated Uncommon Charter during the past week as Robeson remains perfect. Three games in three days are coming up this week when on Friday the Eagles go to FDR, and then it's two non-leagues on Saturday and Sunday with Robeson taking on Francis Lewis at Scanlan and Summit Academy at Barclays Center respectively.

4- Fordham Prep (13-4)- Really making a statement this week were the Rams who might just be the cream of the crop in the CHSAA as they went to Staten Island and got a game winner at the buzzer from Nathan Boateng to take down Farrell, 51-50. They also defeated LaSalle Academy and Salesian before losing to Long Island Lutheran on the road in a game that shouldn't say much about them as the Crusaders are among the best in the AA Division. This week here coming will see the Rams hosting LaSalle Academy on Sunday in what will be there only game of the week.

  
5- Msgr. Farrell (11-3)- Looking like they were on their way to a win, Farrell were stunned at home this past Monday when Fordham Prep took them down at the buzzer in what was a 51-50 loss. Matt Hanley had a double-double inside for the Lions who did rally back on Saturday with a blowout win over All Hallows to get back on the winning track. Farrell will look to stay there this coming week as well when on Friday they go to Xavier before finishing the seven day stretch up on Sunday with a home game against Nazareth.

6- DeWitt Clinton (14-0)- Remaining undefeated are the Governors who are well on their way to a season to remember as they went on the road to KIPP NYC College Prep and were able to come away with 66-61 win. Angel Felix had 19 points as Clinton rallied from a 3 point deficit after three quarters to grab the victory. Hoping to keep that momentum going, DeWitt Clinton will hit the road on Friday in their only game of the week when they go to Roosevelt Educational campus.

7- Lehman (12-1)- Going on the road in the Bronx A1 is never east as the competition is stiff and the atmospheres can be rough, but the Lions found a way to get it done this past Friday when they went to Evander Childs and left with a 63-60 victory. Marques Hutchinson had 18 points as Lehman rallied back from a fourth quarter deficit to prove their game and come away with the win. Friday will see Lehman take to the court again when they go back on the road, this time to take on Morris in their only game of the week.

8- St. Joseph by the Sea (9-5)- A pair of games against somewhat lesser Class A CHSAA league competition was the Vikings week when they hosted All Hallows on Monday. It proved to be a dominating win for Sea as Danny Marinaccio once again controlled the play in the backcourt to pace the Vikings. It will be another one game week here coming up for St. Joseph by the Sea when they again play host, this time on Saturday against Cardinal Spellman in what on paper looks to be another very winnable game for a team already winners of three in a row.

9- Nazareth (8-2)- A road game at All Hallows this past Wednesday had some tricky moments but the Kingsmen found a way to get the job done as they took a 55-45 victory. A weekend win over Msgr. McClancy 80-51 ended the week for Nazareth with the week ahead proving to maybe be the biggest week of the year for them. Wednesday will see Nazareth stepping out of league when they host St. Peter's, a AA test, and then it will be a road Saturday afternoon contest with Salesian up in New Rochelle. Sunday will end the week with an important trip with the Kingsmen headed to Staten Island a they will square off with Msgr. Farrell.

10- KIPP NYC College Prep (10-2)- After starting the season 9-0 the Bulldogs have lost two of their last three to Lehman and DeWitt Clinton to slip in our rankings just a bit. There one win during that stretch was a solid 68-39 road win over Morris in a game that had Zahir Caldwell going off for 20 points for KIPP. Hoping to get back more to their winning ways they had in December, the Bulldogs will host Evander Childs on Friday in an intriguing matchup between two teams who are ranked, though looking to make late season runs in the run up to the playoffs.

11- Louis Brandeis (14-3)- Headed on the road last Friday were the Bulldogs as they went to A. Philip Randolph, a team that has been ranked earlier in the season making this a quality road test for Brandeis. Test passed as Dylan Crooke had another strong offensive performance with 31 points as the Bulldogs pulled away in the second quarter and never looked back enough route to the 70-59 win. Monday will next see Louis Brandeis hit the floor when they host MLK Jr. and then it will be a Saturday road test on Staten Island with the Bulldogs squaring off against New Dorp.

12- Brooklyn High School for Law & Technology (13-4)- A road game at Bedford Academy was expected to be another nice litmus test for the Jets who have looked better and much more consistent as of late. They passed this test on Friday with flying colors as well as Law & Tech got a monster outing from D'Mair Williams as he had 19 points and 12 rebounds in a 69-37 complete domination to really push themselves into the conversation of the best in the PSAL A Division this year. You don't see this much but it will be five games in five days this week for the Jets as on Monday it will be a road game at Boerum Hill, then on Tuesday it's a game at home with Wingate, Wednesday will see a road test at Prospect Heights, Thursday will have Law & Tech at Bushwick Campus, before a Friday game at home with Harry Van Arsdale closes out an extremely busy week.

13- Beacon (14-3)- Head coach Mark Jerome has Beacon back into the rankings this week after they gave a tremendous scare to our #1 Transit Tech team, losing just 69-61 to one of the best the PSAL has to offer. The Blue Demons one day later got a big win when they knocked off Graphics Campus 49-45, and then handily knocked off West 50th Street Camus 67-44 as Tristin Gregoire had 18 points and 12 rebounds in the win for Beacon. There are no games on the schedule here this week for the Blue Demons who will next be on the court come Monday the 31st when they face off with Louis Brandeis in one of Beacon's biggest games of the year.

14- Evander Childs (7-2)- Led by Ricardo Dixon who had 19 points and 14 rebounds, Evander had their chances against Lehman as the Tigers led by 9 at the half, but they just couldn't get enough going offensively in the second part of the game as Dixon was more controlled inside, and with the Evander defense not able to hold off the Lions late rally, Childs fell 63-60 in a heartbreaker. This Friday will see another very big test to come when Evander Childs hits the road to face off with KIPP NYC College Prep in a battle of two ranked Bronx A powers.

15- LaSalle Academy (8-4)- It's been something of a struggle as of late for the Cardinals who started the season 4-0 but have go 4-4 since to sit at the 8-4 mark right now. The good news is that LaSalle, paced by the play of guard Carlos Lorenzo, have won two in a row with wins over Spellman and All Hallows to somewhat right the ship and get things back on track for a team that still looks to be a CHSAA title contender. Two huge games are on the docket this week for head coach Jerome Pannell and his squad with a home Friday game game against St. Edmund Prep up next, followed up by a road contest at Fordham Prep on Sunday.

16- William Grady (9-3)- It was a heartbreaker at home for the Falcons on Wednesday as they looked to have an advantage late at home against Paul Robeson behind Tyee Clayton and his 23 points, but a late buzzer beating shot foiled Grady's hopes in what would be a 50-49 loss for the Falcons. It was their only game of the week with the Falcons now looking to rally and rebound from that defeat, though it will have to wait with William Grady not set to take to the floor against until Wednesday the 2nd when they are set to face off with FDR on the road in PSAL Brooklyn A3 league play.

Bubble:

A. Philip Randolph (13-3)

Bayard Rustin Educational Complex (10-2)

Epic H.S. South (12-3)

Graphics Campus (15-2)

St. Edmund Prep (7-3

Class B

1- Community Health Academy for the Heights (18-1)- Getting a couple of easy league wins over H.S. for Math, Science, and Engineering and Gregorio Luperon were both fairly expected, but a 66-24 non-league win over Fannie Lou Hamer again confirms just how good this seasons Phoenix team truly is. Adrian Mejia and John Harrington have been pacing the way for Community Health who look as if they are rolling their way into being the top seed in the PSAL Class B playoffs. Coming up this week on Monday will be an interesting non-league test against an unbeaten Lab Museum United team at home, and then its a home date in league play with H.S for Math, Science, and Engineering again on Wednesday, followed by another home non-league date on Friday against another Class B PSAL power in BCAM.

2- Poly Prep (9-0)- NYSAIS looks to be as deep and strong as it has in years with a number of teams in contention for the title this year. Poly Prep though looks to be the strongest as once again the Blue Devils look to be the cream of the crop as they picked up wins over both Dalton and Hackley, with the Hackley win coming on the road in a place that is never easy to win at. Things this week won't get much easier either as on Monday it will be Poly Prep hosting Collegiate, a longtime nemesis of theirs. Wednesday will then see the Blue Devils hosting Riverdale, Friday will have Poly going to Queens to take on a AA school in Eagle Academy III, before back to Ivy League play to end the week on Saturday with a home game against Hackley.

3- Maspeth (11-1)- With their only loss coming near the beginning of the season against Community Health, the Argonauts were able to make quick work of Renaissance, a team that challenged them a couple weeks back, 57-41. Jonathan Encalada had 17 points for Maspeth in the win that keeps them moving back up the Class B rankings. A home game with Newcomers will start out this three game week with the next game at Academy of American Studies to come on Wednesday, with a home non-league game on Friday to close things out for the week against George Washington.

4- Achievement First (6-0)- In what was a one game week for Achievement they made very easy work of Science Skills Center 82-50 as Jeury Torres had season high 31 points in the blowout win. This week should prove to be considerably tougher a Achievement will go on the road to take on a tough Juan Morel Campos team on Monday before hosting Teachers Prep and EBC/Bushwick Leaders on Thursday and Friday respectively in what will be Achievement First's busiest week of the season to date.

5- Dwight School (9-2)- It was statement win time for Dwight who dominated the post to easily defeat a previously undefeated Scholars Academy team 85-61. Richard Nweke continues to be a dominating force around the rim for the Lions who should be a major factor come NYSAIS playoff time with their ability to play at a high level both inside and outside on both ends of the floor. Monday will see Dwight go to WHEELS for a showdown with a PSAL AA power, then on Wednesday it will see Dwight go on the road to take on Grace Church before stepping out of league again when they go to Mount St. Michael for a massive test against a CHSAA Class AA foe on Thursday in the third game of the Lions three game week.

6- NEST+M (13-0)- The Eagles flew to a strong start with a 77-31 easy win last week over University Neighborhood, though Institute for Collaborative Education proved to be considerably more difficult that anticipated on Wednesday as NEST+M needed 12 points and 17 rebounds from Colter Diehm to help them rally to a 56-49 win. There are no games on the schedule this week here for the Eagles as they will rest until they hit the court again on the 3rd when they have a big one against Bard H.S. Early College.

7- Berkeley Carroll (6-1)- After falling to Dwight just under two weeks ago now the question was how would this Berkeley Carroll team respond. The answer to that is extremely well as they went 3-0 this week with solid wins over Friends Seminary, St. Ann's, and Grace Church to see the Lions start among the best teams in NYSAIS this season. The Lions will get back to action quickly this week on Monday when they host their main rivals in Packer in an anticipated showdown before going on the road on Friday to take on Staten Island Academy to finish a two game week.

8- Trinity School (9-1)- Though both proved to be tough and hard fought games, the Tigers found a way in both as they knocked off both Friends Seminary and Horace Mann to stay with just one loss on the year, a road defeat three weeks ago now against Poly Prep. As one of the top defensive teams in Class B, with an improving offensive skillet as well, Trinity are proving to be a team no one wants to see as the season moves along. The week here will start off on Monday with the Tigers hosting Dalton before another home game with Fieldston on Wednesday, and then things will finish up with week on Friday when Trinity go on the road to face off against Collegiate.

9- Fannie Lou Hamer (15-2)- There is no doubt that the Panthers are absolutely a team no one will want to see come playoff time as head coach Mark Skelton has winning the pedigree to get the job done when the games matter most. They did slip out of league this past week when Fannie Lou lost on the road at Community Health 66-24, but they also did pick up quality league wins Hyde Leadership and Bronx Early College with Amir Hughes starting to really come alive from an offensive standpoint. Monday will see the Panthers go out of league again for a road game at Institute for Collaborative Education before coming back to league play on Wednesday and Thursday with both games at home against South Bronx Prep and Morrisania respectively.

10- The Scholars Academy (16-1)- Losing to Dwight the way they did wasn't what the Seawolves wanted but the can absolutely chalk it up as a learning experience and one that can make them better moving forward. Since that loss early last week Scholars has gotten back to their winning ways as they dominated both Epic H.S. North and York Early College behind the play of Nicholas Tung who had 18 points in both of the Seawolves wins. A tough game awaits on Monday for Scholars when they play host to an always solid Townsend Harris squad, before hosting again on Tuesday against Cambria Heights Academy. Sunday will then see the Seawolves play in the Ryan Preston Classic when they will finish their week off in Brooklyn with a non-league matchup with MLK Jr.

Bubble:

Bard H.S. Early College (15-1)

Baruch College Campus (13-1)

Comprehensive Model School (12-0)

Lab Museum United (11-0)

Summit Academy (10-3)


  
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