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Copiague High School Boys Basketball Photos
Brown had 16 points, 15 rebounds and five blocks and was more aggressive in the third quarter, helping the Knights create separation from Copiague following a first half that didn’t see either team have more than a two-point lead.
Uniondale vs. Copiague Boys Basketball 1/14/17.
It’s a battle for county bragging rights when Copiague meets host Uniondale in the finale of the Nassau/Suffolk Challenge Saturday at 6 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
Brentwood teammates and returning Newsday All-Long Island first-team selections Mike Almonacy and Jamel Allen headline the Suffolk County boys team that will face Nassau County in the 6th Alzheimer's All-Star Basketball Classic on Saturday at Brentwood High School.
Get the latest scores, articles, video and more from the 2016 Suffolk County basketball tournament on MSGVarsity.com
The guard continued his torrid stretch with 26 points and he shot 8-for-9 from beyond the three-point line in Copiague’s 75-64 win over South Side on Saturday in the boys basketball Nassau-Suffolk Challenge at Uniondale High School.
Lukas Jarrett scored 19 points with 13 rebounds, four assists and four blocks as host Northport improved to 14-0 overall, 11-0 with a 67-47 Suffolk II victory.
So here they were 15 days later, and whatever momentum North Babylon had was lost by the fourth quarter. Copiague, led by Prince Hickson and Kevin Roberts, erased a two-point halftime deficit and beat the Bulldogs, 54-47, in a pivotal Suffolk III game Friday.
Find out the schedule and results of the Suffolk boys basketball playoffs here