2018 Ozzie Mazzetta Challenge Round

Monday, April 2 schedule
International Bracket-Buster

Kenosha 53, Marquette Best 33
Brady  Davidson scored 14 points and Lamont Dagen added 12 points in a balanced Kenosha effort, while Ali Brooks topped the Best with nine points. Kenosha prevailed behind 19 points from the foul line and led at the intermission, 26-11.

Highwood 47,  Southern Ponce 17
The Heat jumped to a 17-1 command after the opening stanza and rolled behind 12 different scorers. Brandon Rieger topped the winners with 14 points, while Miles Cohan chipped in seven markers. Southern Ponce got six points each from Yaddier Rodriguez and Ian Alberto.

Chicago Heights 52, Solo Pirates 44
The Green Streaks roared back from a 34-28 halftime deficit behind Devin Davis with 17 points and Terrion White with 10 points. Chicago Heights hit 28 from the charity stripe in the win. Solo also had two in double figures, including Collin Wainscott with 13 points and Jeremiah Pickens with 10 points.

Bayamon ABB A 49, Robert Taylor Panthers 34
A 19-4 margin in the second quarter told the tale in a Bayamon victory, as Yael Reyes paced ABB with 13 points and Yahil Graballo added eight points. For Robert Taylor, Sincere Tompkins topped all scorers with eight points.

Rookie Challenge

Windy City Bulldogs 57, Ponce Constancia 36
Tri-City Ballers 57, Marquette Wizards 55
Bucaplaa 56, Rising Stars 16

Ozzie Mazzetta Challenge round, 3:30 p.m.

Tri-City Ballers 56, Marquette Wizards JV 32
Balance prevailed for the Ballers, as Jayden Small tallied 10 points and Renie Thurman and Desean Johnson each chipped in nine points. Tri-City put away matters with an 18-6 differential in the third period. The Wizards got a team-high eight points from Austin Bell.

Homewood 62, Ponce Constancia JV 28
Nine different players clicked for points for the Vikings, who jumped to a 23-5 command after the opening period. Ethan Howard topped Homewood with 13 points, Jayden Watts added 11 points and Greg Anderson added nine points. Herman Ramirez also copped game-high honors for Constancia with 13 points.

Network Stars beat Avalon Runners
In an exhibition contest, Alan Norfleet scored a game-high 19 points for the Runners, while Ricky Davenport added 16 points. The Stars were sparked by Kyell Sherfield with 10 points.

Ponce Constancia 55, Caguas Libac 32
Uriel Cains ripped the nets for 11 points and Ian Diaz chipped in eight points to spark Constancia, which gained a scoring advantage in all four quarters. For Libac, Yadiel Rivera scored all of his game-high 12 points in the second quarter.

Ozzie Mazzetta Challenge round, 5 p.m.

Bucaplaa victory
St. Thomas, VI 48, Vega Baja 36
The Jaguars completed the comeback from a 27-11 halftime deficit with a 15-1 onslaught in the fourth period, as LeRoy Blydon clicked for 15 points to lead the way and Elijah Peltiar added 12 points. Anjeliez tallied a game-high 16 points to spark Vega Baja.

Rising Stars 42, Bayamon ABB B 26
The Stars took charge with a 16-6 margin in the third period and prevailed behind eight points from Derek Hernandez and seven markers by Julian Vazquez. Bayamon ABB B was topped by Joseph Cruz with seven points.

Chi-Town NBN 48, St. Croix 36
A 19-13 margin in the final stanza spelled the different for Chi-Town, which got 18 points from Aminu Hakis and 13 points from Lavarus Bracey. A red-hot Khaleed Heywood poured in a game-high 28 points to ignite the attack for St. Croix.

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