Williams Leads Team to 2OT Win in Adams PAL
Results for Week 5 in the high school division of the Adams Police Athletic League:
Adams Community Bank 41, Adams Police 30
ACB: Chris McLear two points, Terrell Chao four points, Josh Brazeau 16 points, Keaton West two points, Dan Gamari three points, Zach Zaleski two points, Travis Dozier 12 points. APD: Matt Jette six points, Noah White seven points, Adam Kurowski two points, Matt McCarron one point, Matt LeSage eight points, Devin Kogut six points.
St. Mary’s 52, Pizza Jim’s 39
St Mary’s: Mike Cushman two points, Ryan Charon four points, Derek Alibozek 12 points, Ethan Nardin 11 points, Ethan Howland five points, Ben Kittler six points, Bailey Trumble two points, Robert Monsees 10 points. Pizza Kim’s: Kyle Patch 11 points, Brady Larkin six points, Colby Benoit eight points, Devin Griswald 14 points.
Knights of Columbus 55, Charles Phykitt 52 (2OT)
Charles Phykitt: Braidee Greene 12 points, Mike Wojtaszek five points, Josh Pachecano eight points, Josh Meczywor three points, Keagan Borrows three points, Jack Galipoe nine points, Dillon LaCasse eight points, Bailey Alcombright four points. Knights of Columbus: Mike Williams 20 points, Unigue Dudley 12 points, Josh Rand nine points, Joe Degere six points, Joe Malloy two points, Paolo Kareh four points, Justin McGovern two points.
The league has three games on Feb. 11 at the North Adams YMCA: 12:30 p.m., Adams Community Bank (3-2) vs. St Mary’s (4-1); 1:30- Knights of Columbus (3-2) vs. Pizza Jim’s (4-1); 2:30- Charles Phykitt (0-5) vs. Adams Police (1-4).
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