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Meet the athletes who made it onto the MSG Varsity/Newsday All-Long Island boys basketball teams for the 2014-15 winter season.
Southampton High School Boys Basketball Photos
Jamel Allen helped Brentwood fly into the NYS Class AA final for the first time.
Brentwood captured a second straight Long Island Class AA final and move atop our Long Island power rankings.
Not only were Johnson's 23 points not enough to earn Southampton a trip to Glens Falls for the state Class B Final Four, but it was the final basketball game the rugged 6-3 senior would play with his brother Israel, a 6-1 junior who scored 15 points in the Mariners' 68-58 loss to Woodlands in the
After Southampton's 78-48 win against Malverne Tuesday night to capture the Long Island Class B title at LIU Post, Johnson's promise doesn't seem so odd after all.
Paul Colson takes the ball to the hoop as Baldwin captured the Nassau Class AA final.
Johnson scored 26 points, had six assists and made four steals in a 78-48 victory over Malverne Tuesday night in the Class B Long Island championship game at LIU Post. It was the Mariners' second consecutive Long Island title.
It was a quiet game for Mike Almonacy . . . until overtime, that is. Then Brentwood's skilled junior guard snapped out of his scoring slumber and made some noise.
Johnson dominated in the paint, using his body and an elusive spin move to score 28 points as Southampton beat Bayport-Blue Point, 67-53, on Monday in the Suffolk small schools championship game at Farmingdale State.
Find out the schedule and results of the Suffolk boys basketball playoffs here