Intermediate Division scores announced
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On Feb. 20 and 21 in the Intermediate Boys’ Division of the Bayonne PAL Basketball League, BCB Bank defeated Leisure Sports, 38-31. Scoring for BCB were Rafael Sarrosa, 8; Ralph Mason, 7; Xavier George, 7; Lance Lucarelli, 6; Justin O’Connor, 4; John Mernar, 4; and Shane Romero, 4. For Leisure, Giancarlo Megale, 9; Matt Brown, 9; Brandon Smith, 6; William Kelley, 4; and James Ashe, 3; scored points.

NAACP beat the Big Apple, 43-33. Scoring for the NAACP were Rockquan Campbell, 23; Yassine Dridi, 12; Ryan McNamara, 4; and Jack Tobar, 4. For the Big Apple, Jamar Alexander, 11; Thomas Cotter, 9; Raymond Ortiz, 5; Dale Murphy, 4; Robby Bloom, 2; and Carlos Castillo, 2; scored.

FMBA defeated Cresci Law, 35-30. Scoring for FMBA were Sean Lavin, 25; C.J. Cerbone, 4; Chris Herring, 4; and Aiden Calcaterra, 2. For Cresci, Sebastian Strzala, 15; Jared Dias, 13; Matt Pobedinsky, 1; and John Buckland, 1; scored points.

Marine Corp League beat UNICO Club, 36-33. Scoring for Marine Corp League were Ivan Alas, 19; Nye Armstrong, 13; and Azhaun Dingle, 4. For UNICO, Corey Johnson, 13; Anthony Valentin, 7; Anthony Flynn, 6; Jacob Vodrazka, 5; and Michael Aceti, 2; scored.

Bayonne Municipal Council defeated IMTT, 36-21. Scoring for Bayonne Municipal were Marc Bruce, 20; Darius Hillock, 8; Thamir Lamarr, 5; Michael Daly, 2; and Brandon Russo, 1. For IMTT, Gregory Pease, 7; Elijah Burgos, 4; Nick Valencia, 3; Shane Paradine, 3; Gabe Van Buren, 2; and Josh Roberts, 2; scored points.

The standings are as follows: BCB Bank, 3 wins, 5 losses; Leisure Sports, 1 win, 8 losses; NAACP, 5 wins, 4 losses; the Big Apple, 1 win, 7 losses; FMBA, 4 wins, 5 losses; Cresci Law, 3 wins, 5 losses; Marine Corp League, 8 wins, 1 loss; UNICO Club, 5 wins, 3 losses; Bayonne Municipal Council, 8 wins, zero losses; IMTT, 4 wins, 4 losses.

For more, visit www.leaguelineup.com/bayonnepalbasketball.

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