Heroes League Scores & Game Notes: Opening Week
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17 & UNDER

Queens Elite 47

Cougars 41

In a game that wasn’t decided until the middle of the fourth quarter, Queens Elite pulled away after a double-technical foul on players from both teams. The high scorers for Queens Elite were AJ with 18 points and Lee with 16 points. The high scorers from the Cougars were Nfali with 11 points and Jonathan with 10 points.

Elite 84 50

Hanac 36


Elite 84 enjoyed a 25-18 halftime lead, and eventually pulled away for good in the second half when Altan came off the bench. The high scorers for Elite 84 were Altan with 16 points and Milo with 10 points. The high scorers for Hanac were J.P with 13 points and Nfali with 9 points.

Crusaders 56

CP Crusaders 45


The high scorers for the Crusaders were Omar Diplan with 13 points and Ernie Parada 12 points. The high scorers for CP Crusaders were Anthony L. with 15 points and Matthew Smith with 10 points. The CP Crusaders were in it until the second half, when a trio of Jack Khawaja layups gave the Crusaders the lead for good.

Queens Elite 49

Hanac 31


The high scorers for Queens Elite were Dior with 17 points and Malachi with 16 points. The high scorer for Hanac was Elaga with 13 points.

10 & UNDER

Queens Elite 35

Deliacorte 15


In the 10 and under boys division of the Heroes basketball league, the Queens Elite beat the Deliacorte foot care by a final score of 35 to 15 on Monday, May the 21th. Queens Elite used a combination of speed and strength to pull away from Deliacorte Foot Care in the first quarter, holding the lead throughout the contest. The high scorers for Queen Elite were Nicholas Cutler with 15 points and JP Maaba with 12 points. The high scorer for Deliacorte Foot Care was Alex Simic with 9 points. Sean Lopez also contributed in the winning effort with great defense.

M+E Electrical 43

MV Express 19


Using its height advantage, M+E Electrical Corporation slowly pulled away from MV Express after halftime. The high scorers for M+E Electrical were Frankie Giocastro with 19 points and Jaiden Sanabria with 8 points. The high scorer for MV Express was Justin F. with 7 points. Justin Akiki added great play on defense for M+E Electrical.
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