2017 Moe Reed Friendship Tournament

Wednesday, April 12

Game 13 pool play: Caguas Libac 48, Colombia 27
Libac’s balanced attack netted success, as Dereck Cotto scored 12 points, Elimael Perez added 10 points and Yediel Colon added nine. Juan Diego Suiz hit double figures for the Pumas with 10 points.

Game 14 pool play: Richton Park 48, Philly Swaghawks 38
The Stars jumped to an early 15-0 command and rolled behind Dwaine Hill with 11 points and Devante Betts with 10 points. For Philly, Delani Jackson had a game-high 14 points and Jerome Streeter added 10 markers.

Game 15: Harvey 59, Philly Swaghawks 30
Jayden Smalls poured in 18 points and Rodney Brooks chipped in 14 markers for the Wildcats, who vaulted to a 23-2 lead. The Swaghawks were led by Delano Jackson with 13 points.

Game 16: Florida 57, Colombia 23
A balanced effort for Florida was led by Michael Pellot with 11 points and Moises Velazquez with 10 points. Colombia, which fell behind, 19-3, got six points from Juan Diego Suiz.

Game 17: Highwood 49, Rexville Bayamon 43 (OT-semi)
A 12-6 margin in overtime advanced the Heat, which got a trio of 10-point performances from Gabe Spitz, Rocky Segal and Jacob Cohn. Jose Guerrido tallied a game-high 17 points for Bayamon.

Game 18: St. Croix 51, Homewood 48 (OT-semi)
Chad Molloy and Chris Molloy each scored 11 points to pace St. Croix, which gained a 6-3 scoring advantage in overtime. Homewood got a game-high 16 points from Gianni Cobb.

Game 19 pool. play: Caguas Libac 49, Richton Park 45
Caguas held off a late comeback and was led by Diego Melendez and Elimael Perez with 12 points and Derek Cotto with 10 points. The Stars were ignited by a game-high 13 points from Jabari McNeal.

Game 20: NO GAME

Game 21: Colombia beat Philly Swaghawks, 7th Place

Game 22: Harvey 45, Florida 43, 5th Place
Rodney Brooks scored 12 points and Kendall Garland chipped in 11 points to key the Wildcats to fifth place. For Florida, Ken Vazquez ripped the nets for 16 points.

Game 23: Rexville Bayamon 67, Homewood 36, 3rd Place
Ian Gonazalez led three in double figures with 13 points to lead Rexville to third place. Dylan Aviles and Jeremy Pagan each added 10 points for Bayamon, which led, 18-7, after the opening quarter. Alonzo Cushmeer hit four threes in the fourth quarter to lead the Vikings with 12 points.

Game 24: Highwood 33, St. Croix 32, Title
Rocky Segal scored at the buzzer to give the Heat the Moe Reed Championship, while Gabe Spitz led the winners with 13 points. St. Croix was topped by Toolie Mulley and Reaquan Garraway with seven points each.

Tuesday, April 11 Round-Robin Games

Game 1: Homewood beat Rexville Bayamon
The Vikings earned a forfeit victory over the Puerto Rican squad.

Game 2: Highwood 45, Florida 26
The Heat rolled after jumping to a 16-3 command, as Rocky Segal went 4-for-4 at the line to finish with 12 points and Gabe Spitz added nine points. Florida was led by Chalier Torres with nine points.

Game 7: Homewood 56, Caguas Libac 38
Alonzo Cushmeer hit four threes and buried 18 points, while A.J. Hamlin added 12 points to pace the Vikings, who jumped to an early 19-4 command. Libac also got 18 points by Diego Melendez, and Dereck Cotto added eight markers.

Game 8: Rexville Bayamon beat Richton Park
Rexville Bayamon claimed a forfeit decision over the Stars.

Bracket Games

Game 3: Harvey 52, Caguas Libac 32
Kendall Garland scored 11 points and Malik Morgan added 10 in a balanced effort for the Wildcats, who jumped to an early 18-5 command. Libac was topped by Elimaer Perez with 10 points.

Game 4: Philly Swaghawks 30, Colombia 27
Philly held off a late charge and prevailed behind 11 points from Delani Jackson and seven points by Haile Johnson. Colombia got eight-point efforts from Pablo P. and Juan D.

Game 5: NO GAME

Game 6: St. Croix 48, Richton Park 34
Ten different players scored for St. Croix, as Toolie Mulley topped the winners with nine points and Emmanuel George added eight points. For the Stars, Elijah Moore clicked for a game-high 10 points.

Game 9: Rexville Bayamon 51, Harvey 43
Jose Guerrico ripped the nets for a game-high 17 points in leading Rexville, which hit 18 free throws in the victory. For the Wildcats, Malik Morgan scored 12 points and Rodney Brooks added 10 points.

Game 10: Highwood 49, Philly Swaghawks 22
Zach Chalmers tallied 12 points and Jacob Cohn nine for the Heat, which hit 15 free throws in the victory. Ten points from Haneef Suters sparked the Swaghawks.

Game 11: Homewood 66, Colombia 26
Ten different players scored for the balanced Vikings, as A.J. Hamlin clicked for 13 points, Carson Brownfield for 10 and Dorien Beatty and Gianni Cobb for nine each. Colombia got a game-high 15 points from Pablo P.

Game 12: St. Croix 46, Florida 45
Toolie Mulley scored 15 points and Shan Milligan added 13 points to key St. Croix to the narrow victory and a semifinal berth. For Florida, Keneth Jazquez topped all scorers with 13 points and Moises Velaquez chipped in nine points.

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