2017 Ozzie Mazzetta Challenge Round

Monday, April 10 schedule
International Bracket-Buster

Kenosha 47,  Toa Baja 27
Jalen Carlino paced a balanced attack with 11 points for Kenosha, which pulled away with a 17-6 second-quarter margin. Devin Griffin, DeAndre Baptiste and Nick Andrews each added seven points, while Yousef Santiago tallied nine points to lead Toa Baja.

Philly All-Stars 49, Marquette Best 42
Joelle McFadden poured in 19 points to ingite the All-Stars, which jumped to an early 15-7 lead. Todd Stepinson and Avion Morris scored 12 and 10, respectively, for the Best.

CIAPR 46, Bucaplaa 38
A slow three-point first quarter didn’t deter CIAPR, which pulled the upset behind Juan Correa (11 points), Ruben Berrios (11 points) and Sebastian Gonzalez (10 points). Victor Rivera scored eight points to lead the way for Bucaplaa.

Robert Taylor 38, Chicago Heights 34
An 18-13 finishing kick propeled the Panthers, who got 10 points from Markwan Adams and six each by Demario Hawkins and Terrance Ford. The Green Streaks got a game-high 12 markers from Ray Austin, behind three three-pointers.

Moe Reed Bracket Buster

Caquas Libac beat Richton Park
Liback prevailed in an exhibition contest, as Eliminal Perez scored 17 points, Diego Melendez added 11 points and Derek Cotto notched 10 points.

Challenge round, 4 p.m.

Ponce Constancia 48, Rexville Bayamon 41
Isaac Rodriguez scored 12 points and Gabriel Simonez added 11 markers to spark Constancia, which prevailed behind a 17-8 closing kick. For Rexville, Jose Guerrido tallied a game-high 19 points.

Southern Ponce 54,  Harvey 50
Behind 24 fourth-quarter points, Southern Ponce advanced to the round of 16 behind 12 points by Yahil Rivera-Cintron and 10 tallies from Steven Melendez.

Prodigy Elite 38, Highwood 33
Balance proved successful for the Elite, which got eight points each from Alonzo Powe and J. King, while Austin Ford added seven points. Rocky Segal poured in a game-high 18 points for Highwood.

Guaynabo Mets 56, Philly Swaghawks 15
The Mets jumped to a 25-0 command and coasted, as Eddiel Santiago led the way with 16 points and Emmanuel Reyes and Yahir Cruz each added eight points. The Swaghawks were topped by Haile Johnson with six points.

Challenge round, 5:30 p.m.

Avalon Runners 46, Homewood 35
The Runners gained a 12-1 advantage in overtime and were led by Terrence Bell with 10 points and Nasir Graham with eight markers. For Homewood, Gianni Cobb tallied 10 points.

Chi-Town NBN 73, Colombia 33
Davonte Jackson tallied 21 points and NBN raced to a 33-2 lead to claim a Swee 16 spot. Colombia was led by Lee Gallego and Juan Diego Saiz with nine points each.

St. Thomas 50, Florida 43
A pair of 13-point performances from Khamani Olivacee and Tazhaun Donadelle paced the Jaguars, while Moises Velazques tallied a game-high 14 points to lead Florida.

IL Huskies 50, St. Croix 39
Traveon Stewart and Lashun Dantzler each scored nine points in a balanced effort for the Huskies, while Shanneek Brown added eight points. For St. Croix, Suan Miligan scored 11 of his 13 points in the fourth quarter.

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