PSAL Boys B-Ball Roundup-Division Title Up For Grabs

The two teams at the top - Springfield Gardens and Campus Magnet - still have games left until they meet, but if they take care of business, Friday afternoon will go a long way towards deciding the Queens III-A division title.
Campus Magnet (15-1, 9-0 Queens III-A) remained undefeated in league play, routing Richmond Hill and Martin Van Buren by a combined 49 points this past week. Senior Earl Anglin scored a season-high of 34 points in the 29-point victory over Martin Van Buren.
Meanwhile, Springfield Gardens (11-1, 8-0 Queens III-A), earned two league wins of their own, over Far Rockaway and John Adams. In the latter contest, senior Charles Jenkins scored 30 points.
The Golden Eagles play twice this week; Campus Magnet once, but it sure seems like Friday will be a clash of titans.
In the other two ‘A’ divisions, however, the races are pretty much over. Cardozo (11-1, 10-0 Queens II-A) routed Jamaica (6-5 Queens A), 82-59, Friday afternoon behind 27 points and five assists from senior Sean Crawford. The Judges sit three games up on second-place Bayside and Jamaica.
Likewise, Bryant (17-1, 8-0 Queens I-A) topped defending division champ Long Island City, 68-60. Seniors Tony Dennison and Johnny Barnes each scored over 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Junior center Kresimi Knez paced LIC (11-4, 5-3 Queens I-A) with 21.
In Queens B, Robert F. Wagner (7-1) lost their first league game, 66-64, to HS For Law Enforcement & Public Safety. Senior Carl Wardlaw scored 26 points in defeat. This week, the division is on line, as upstart Robert Kennedy (9-1) host the Panthers.
RFK beat Queens HS of Teaching, 66-53, Friday as junior big man Roberto Colonette scored 21 points and grabbed 27 rebounds. Sophomore Clayton Dawson added 13 points and 13 rebounds.

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