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Boys basketball rankings: Newburgh Free Academy starts atop Varsity 845 list

After an abbreviated schedule last season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this one is bound to be an improvement.

Anything can happen this season. Here are some of the teams to keep an eye on.

Headliners: Meet the 2021-22 Times-Herald Record Super 7

Newburgh's Jah'Likai King drives to the basket. ALLYSE PULLIAM/For the Times-Herald Record

Top 10

Preseason

1. Newburgh Free Academy — The defending Class AA champions opted out last season, but appear poised for a great year. They are led by forward Deondre Johnson and guard Jah’Likai King, but the rest of the team is "inexperienced and young," head coach Frank Dinnocenzio said. He added that Aiden Brown, Andre Crosby, Elnathan Johnson and Jayen Lornez should make an impact. Dinnocenzio also said that the team is not very big outside of the 6-foot-8 Johnson. Where they might be some bumps and bruises along the way this year, the coach hopes his team will improve every game and be there in the end.

2. Wallkill — Wallkill returns eight players from last year's team, led by Mat Shea, Kyle Krebs and Jeremy Figueroa. Head coach Hunter Andrews said Wallkill is an extremely deep team with the help of Jack Rauschenbach, RJ Taylor and Ty Crowley. Varsity newcomers Sean Perrin and Mason Ondreyko will be impact players immediately. "We have high expectations and will contend for a MHAL and sectional title," Andrews said. "We have a hungry, competitive and eager group of young men who are grateful for this opportunity to play together this season. We are a strong, defensive-minded team."

3. Middletown — Led by Super 7 guard Jermaine McCray and center Ziyade Ndnacky, Middletown will be a strong contender in Class AA. On the schedule is a matchup with Shenandoah (Winter Showcase Tournament) on Dec. 29. The following night the Bears will face Christian Brothers Academy (Winter Showcase Tournament). On Jan. 3 they will host Danbury High School (Connecticut). And on Jan. 9 they will play Mount Vernon (Slam Dunk Challenge at Iona College).

4. Kingston — The Tigers are a perennial Class AA contender. Coach Ron Kelder said if his team can defend and make shots it will compete. Ryan McCardle is a senior guard that will lead a young roster. 

5. Warwick Led by Harrison Neil, Warwick is ready to compete against Pine Bush and Valley Central in Division II. Warwick returns nine players from last year's team. Neil, Tim Leonard (senior), Joe Holder (senior) and Nick Nicosia (senior) are all three-year varsity players who have been key contributors in past seasons. Jacob Gonzalez (junior) and Jonah Mederos (junior) are returning for their second varsity season. Although they played varsity last year, not many people saw them play, head coach Joseph Mackey III said. They are ready for big junior seasons and Mackey expects them to make an impact.

6. Valley Central— Valley Central has four returning starters in Raysean Johnson, Jurell Taylor, Henri Pothier and Nick Demaris. Seniors Javen Griffith, Tyler Sibley and Tom McCoist are joined by juniors Tyrone Brown, Kai Hew, Ethan Rivera. Ruben Sims and Stephen Inofomoh, who return from a year off last year, round out the roster. Coach Frank Nutt said the team is deeper than the past few years and has top-end talent with Johnson and Taylor in the backcourt. The returning backcourt both started every game as sophomores and gained valuable game experience. Both are dynamic and have the ability to score in transition, off the dribble and in the half court. "I expect us to play hard and compete as the smallest 'big' school," Nutt added. "And to change the culture of VC basketball and grow interest in the community."

7. New Paltz — The Huguenots will be led by Anthony “Tony” Drewnowski, a 6-foot-2 playmaking guard that they’ll rely on to do a little bit of everything. New Paltz won the 2020 Section IX championship. The Huguenots are a relatively young team, with only three seniors and not a lot of varsity-level experience. "We’ll look to establish our identity on the defensive end of the floor, playing an aggressive style that will hopefully lead to a lot of turnovers so that we can get out in transition," coach Matthew Petruzzelli said. "My expectation for this season is to be a team that is annoying to play against because of how active, physical and relentless our defense is, in addition to how hard we play all the time."

8. Monroe-Woodbury — With a roster of 10 seniors and three underclassmen who have been working together since the spring, the Crusaders have high expectations for this season, coach James Hahn said. "We pride ourselves on our defense and will lean on it throughout the year while completing a challenging schedule," he added. 

9. Marlboro — Marlboro went 7-1 last season and won the Class B title in 2020. The Iron Dukes return eight seniors who all played significant minutes last season and the season before. They are led by Collin Casey, Chin Okasi, Matt Drake, Dylan Gunsett, Marl Pesano, Mike Murphy, Matt Mahusky and Tim Feeney. With so many players returning, they expect to move the ball well on offense and play solid defense, coach Michael Koehler said. With that experience, they expect to compete for a division, league and sectional championship, he added. 

10. Washingtonville — With Super 7's Brenden Graham and Ryan Allen leading the way, Washingtonville features two of the section's top players. That duo should allow the Wizards to make a splash this season.

A look back: Varsity 845 boys basketball inaugural ranking has Chester on top

A look back: Newburgh, Monroe-Woodbury opt out of basketball and wrestling seasons

Other teams to watch

Chester: The team is coming in with high expectations and high hopes this year and they have the pressure of following a tradition of winning over the last few seasons, coach Jon Marsilo said. Chester went 11-0 in a shortened season last winter and 20-0 in 2019-20. Marsilo said his team will use aggressive, fast-paced defense to maintain its history of keeping teams below their offensive averages. Last season's team averaged 14.5 steals and 5.2 blocks per game, holding opponents to 33.9 points per game while scoring 54.5. 

Highland: Highland is very cohesive and working extremely well together, coach Michael Millman said. It’s a new group that didn’t have last season to prepare, but early results are very promising, Milliman added.

O'Neill: The Raiders' strengths are size, depth and team chemistry. Their expectations are to show improvement every day and be competitive this upcoming season, coach Debra Crowe said. She added that "If we utilize our depth and our youth continues to develop, we could improve upon last year's record. This is a great group of guys when it comes to attitude and character and I think that it could be a team that comes together this season."

Pine Bush: The Bushmen have seven seniors returning from a shortened season, when they finished 5-3. They are expecting to compete for a division title with Warwick and Valley Central and qualify for the Class AA tournament. Pine Bush will be led by seniors Jacob Santiago, Derek Hickman, Evan Jaloszynski, Dion Cauthen JoJo Darrell, Colin Best and junior Mason Miranowicz. Newcomers Omar Gonzalez, Dan DeGroodt, Jalen Ali, Joe Gleason, Matt Santiago, Jack Zwart and Joe Lenihan will also contribute in their first year with the team, coach Dan Conley said.

Rondout Valley: The Ganders last won a sectional title in 1996, but they've received plenty of buzz this preseason. Several opposing coaches have identified Rondout Valley as a potential Section 9 contender.

Saugerties: Saugerties only has one returning player with varsity experience in Ethan Conrad (a Marist commit), but the team is built on the future and the teaching and learning will make them stronger for next season, coach Michael Tiano said. Tiano added he is excited to watch the growth of sophomore Nick Stinemire, as he will be a starter and someone who the team can build around. He has great court vision and good size, which makes him a great defender, Tiano said.

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Past Events

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  • September 10, 2009 – Sam’s initial diagnosis; Evansville, IN
  • April 27, 2012 – John Angotti Benefit Concert at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church; Newburgh, IN
  • June 12-14, 2012 – Sam and Tammy in NYC for St. Jude Thanks and Giving; New York City, NY
  • December 27, 2012 – SamStrong:  Search for the Cure (raised $183,381 as of the night’s end)
  • January 19, 2013 – RideStrong Spinathon at Bob’s Gym; Newburgh, IN
  • February 16,2013 – First Annual Alpha Lambda Delta/Phi Eta Sigma IUPUI SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • February 21, 2013 – Annual Town Square Media St. Jude Radiothon; Evansville, IN
  • April 27, 2013 – Third Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run; Evansville, IN
  • June 21, 2013 – Third Annual St. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • June 21, 2013 – St. Jude / ALSAC Volunteer Awards Dinner; Memphis, TN
  • October 11, 2013 – Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game; Evansville, IN
  • October 15, 2013 – Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Volleyball Game; Evansville, IN
  • December 10-16, 2013 – First Annual SamStrong Classic Basketball Tournament; Newburgh, IN
  • February 15, 2014 – Second Annual ALD/PES IUPUI SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • March 6-7, 2014 – Annual Town Square Media St. Jude Radiothon; Evansville, IN
  • April 26, 2014 – Fourth Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run; Evansville, IN
  • June 20, 2014 – Fourth Annual St. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • October 9, 2014 – Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Volleyball Game; Evansville, IN
  • October 17, 2014 – Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs. Castle High School; Evansville, IN
  • October 19, 2014 – Sam’s 21st birthday
  • November 22, 2014 – St. Jude Give Thanks. Walk; Indianapolis, IN
  • December 6, 2014 – St. Jude Memphis Marathon; Memphis, TN
  • December 9-15, 2014 – Second Annual SamStrong Classic Basketball Tournament at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church; Newburgh, IN
  • February 21, 2015 – Third Annual IUPUI ALD/PES SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • March 7, 2015 – Painting with a Purpose; Evansville, IN
  • April 1, 2015 – Spirit Night for St. Jude at Chick-fil-A Cross Point; Evansville, IN
  • April 25, 2015 – Fifth Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run at Burdette Park; Evansville, IN
  • July 10, 2015 – Fifth Annual St. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • September 4, 2015 – Tailgate Party then the Third Annual Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs. Evansville North High School; Evansville, IN
  • December 5, 2015 – St. Jude Memphis Marathon/Half Marathon/5k; Memphis, TN
  • December 11-14, 2015 – Third Annual SamStrong Classic Basketball Tournament at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church; Newburgh, IN
  • January 8, 2015 – Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Basketball Game; Evansville, IN
  • February 20, 2016 – Fourth Annual IUPUI ALD/PES SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • March 5, 2016 – Painting with a Purpose St. Jude Fundraiser at Painting with a Twist; Evansville, IN
  • April 23, 2016 – Sixth Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run at Burdette Park; Evansville, IN
  • June 17, 2016 – Sixth Annual St. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • September 9, 2016 – Fourth Annual Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs. Evansville Mater Dei High School; Evansville, IN
  • December 3, 2016 – St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend; Memphis, TN
  • December 6-12, 2016 – Fourth Annual SamStrong Classic Basketball Tournament at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church; Newburgh, IN
  • February 18, 2017 – Fifth Annual IUPUI ALD/PES SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • March 25, 2017 – Painting with a Purpose St. Jude Fundraiser at Painting with a Twist; Evansville, IN
  • April 29, 2017 – Seventh Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run at Burdette Park; Evansville, IN
  • June 30, 2017 – Seventh Annual St. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • September 1, 2017 – Childhood Cancer Awareness Day in Evansville, IN, as proclaimed by Mayor Lloyd Winnecke
  • September 1, 2017 – Fifth Annual Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs. Evansville North High School; Evansville, IN
  • December 2, 2017 – 2017 St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend; Memphis, TN
  • December 5-12, 2017 –  Fifth Annual SamStrong Classic Basketball Tournament at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church; Newburgh, IN
  • February 24, 2018 – Sixth Annual IUPUI ALD/PES SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • Apr 7, 2018 – Painting with a Purpose St. Jude Fundraiser at Painting with a Twist; Evansville, IN
  • Apr 28, 2018 – Eighth Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run at Burdette Park; Evansville, IN
  • June 29, 2018 – Eighth Annual St. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • September 7, 2018 – Sixth Annual Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs. Evansville Mater Dei High School; Evansville, IN
  • Dec 1, 2018 – St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend; Memphis, TN
  • Mar 23, 2019 – Painting with a Purpose St. Jude Fundraiser at Painting with a Twist; Evansville, IN
  • April 13, 2019 – Seventh Annual IUPUI ALD/PES SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • April 27, 2019 – Ninth Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run at Burdette Park; Evansville, IN
  • September 6, 2019 – Seventh Annual Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs. Evansville North High School; Evansville, IN
  • September 21, 2019 – Ninth Annual St. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • December 2-11, 2019 –  Seventh Annual SamStrong Classic Basketball Tournament at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church; Newburgh, IN
  • December 7, 2019 – St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend; Memphis, TN
  • Feb 28, 2020 – Eighth Annual IUPUI ALD/PES SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • Sep 4, 2020 – Eighth Annual SamStrong Childhood Cancer Awareness Football Game; Memorial vs. Evansville Central; Evansville, IN
  • Sep 19, 2020 – Tenth Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run, a Virtual Event
  • September 17, 2021 – Ninth Annual Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs. Evansville Harrison High School; Evansville, IN
  • September 18, 2021 – St Jude Walk/Run Evansville, a virtual event
  • December 4, 2021 – St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend; Memphis, TN, with virtual runs anywhere
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Updated: Statement about Altercation at Athletic Event

Statement: Sunday, December 19, 2021 at 3:35pm

As you are aware, student altercations have been a topic of conversation throughout the country this school year. This weekend, there was an altercation at an athletic event involving a few of our students and multiple members of another team. Overnight, district administrators and faculty have reviewed footage and talked to our students. Further conversations will continue upon return to school on Monday, December 20. 


We will continue to work with all of our students about managing their emotions and constructive ways to resolve conflict.


Updated statement: Tuesday, December 21, 2021 at 11:35am

The NFA Boys Basketball team was originally scheduled to play Bishop Loughlin High School on Wednesday, December 22nd. After a schedule change at a tournament held on Saturday, December 18th, the two teams played each other, resulting in the cancellation of the game scheduled for Wednesday. The two teams are in different sections/leagues, but were scheduled to play each other as an opportunity for each team to face different athletic competition to enhance their athletic abilities.


As you are aware, student altercations have been a topic of conversation throughout the country this school year. This weekend, there was an altercation at a basketball tournament involving a few of our students and multiple members of another team. 


On Saturday night, district administrators and faculty reviewed footage and talked to our students and coaches. While we are disturbed by the incident that occurred, we do not believe our students initiated the altercation and have recognized occasions where our students made attempts to walk away that should be highlighted. 


We are disappointed by the lack of security that was provided at the event and in the future, the district will assess each event and based on need, will provide our own security monitors for our students. We will continue to work with the other high school involved after their winter break to further investigate and adjust our determinations if needed.


We will continue to work with all of our students about managing their emotions and constructive ways to resolve conflict.

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Past Events

You are here: Home/ Past Events
  • September 10, 2009 – Sam’s initial diagnosis; Evansville, IN
  • April 27, 2012 – John Angotti Benefit Concert at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church; Newburgh, IN
  • June 12-14, 2012 – Sam and Tammy in NYC for St. Jude Thanks and Giving; New York City, NY
  • December 27, 2012 – SamStrong:  Search for the Cure (raised $183,381 as of the night’s end)
  • January 19, 2013 – RideStrong Spinathon at Bob’s Gym; Newburgh, IN
  • February 16,2013 – First Annual Alpha Lambda Delta/Phi Eta Sigma IUPUI SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • February 21, 2013 – Annual Town Square Media St. Newburgh basketball tournament Radiothon; Evansville, IN
  • April 27, 2013 – Third Annual St. Jude Give Hope, newburgh basketball tournament. Run; Evansville, IN
  • June 21, 2013 – Third Annual St, newburgh basketball tournament. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • June 21, 2013 – St. Jude / ALSAC Volunteer Awards Dinner; Memphis, TN
  • October 11, 2013 – Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game; Evansville, IN
  • October 15, 2013 – Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Volleyball Game; Evansville, IN
  • December 10-16, 2013 – First Annual SamStrong Classic Basketball Tournament; Newburgh, IN
  • February 15, 2014 – Second Annual ALD/PES IUPUI SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • March 6-7, 2014 – Annual Town Square Media St. Jude Radiothon; Evansville, IN
  • April 26, 2014 – Fourth Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run; Evansville, IN
  • June 20, 2014 – Fourth Annual St. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • October 9, 2014 – Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Volleyball Game; Evansville, IN
  • October 17, 2014 – Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs. Castle High School; Evansville, IN
  • October 19, 2014 – Sam’s 21st birthday
  • November 22, 2014 – St. Jude Give Thanks. Walk; Indianapolis, IN
  • December 6, 2014 – St. Jude Memphis Marathon; Memphis, TN
  • December 9-15, 2014 – Second Annual SamStrong Classic Basketball Tournament at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church; Newburgh, IN
  • February 21, 2015 – Third Annual IUPUI ALD/PES SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • March 7, 2015 – Painting with a Purpose; Evansville, IN
  • April 1, 2015 – Spirit Night for St. Jude at Chick-fil-A Cross Point; Newburgh basketball tournament, IN
  • April 25, 2015 – Fifth Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run at Burdette Park; Evansville, IN
  • July 10, 2015 – Fifth Annual St. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • September 4, 2015 – Tailgate Party then the Third Annual Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs. Evansville North High School; Evansville, IN
  • December 5, 2015 – St. Jude Memphis Marathon/Half Marathon/5k; Memphis, TN
  • December 11-14, 2015 – Third Annual SamStrong Classic Basketball Tournament at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church; Newburgh, IN
  • January 8, 2015 – Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Basketball Game; Evansville, IN
  • February 20, 2016 – Fourth Annual IUPUI ALD/PES SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • March 5, 2016 – Painting with a Purpose St. Jude Fundraiser at Painting with a Twist; Evansville, IN
  • April 23, 2016 – Sixth Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run at Burdette Park; Evansville, newburgh basketball tournament, IN
  • June 17, 2016 – Sixth Annual St. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • September 9, 2016 – Fourth Annual Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs. Evansville Mater Dei High School; Evansville, newburgh basketball tournament, IN
  • December 3, 2016 – St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend; Memphis, TN
  • December 6-12, 2016 – Fourth Annual SamStrong Classic Basketball Tournament at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church; Newburgh, IN
  • February 18, 2017 – Fifth Annual IUPUI ALD/PES SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • March 25, 2017 – Painting with a Purpose St. Jude Fundraiser at Painting with a Twist; Evansville, IN
  • April 29, 2017 – Seventh Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run at Burdette Park; Evansville, IN
  • June 30, 2017 – Seventh Annual St. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • September 1, 2017 – Childhood Cancer Awareness Day in Evansville, IN, as proclaimed by Mayor Lloyd Winnecke
  • September 1, 2017 – Fifth Annual Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs, newburgh basketball tournament. Evansville North High School; Evansville, IN
  • December 2, 2017 – 2017 St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend; Memphis, TN
  • December 5-12, 2017 –  Fifth Annual SamStrong Classic Basketball Tournament at St, newburgh basketball tournament. John the Baptist Catholic Church; Newburgh, IN
  • February 24, 2018 – Sixth Annual IUPUI ALD/PES SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • Apr 7, 2018 – Painting with a Purpose St. Jude Fundraiser at Painting with a Twist; Evansville, IN
  • Apr 28, 2018 – Eighth Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run at Burdette Park; Lonnybone 7 soccer, IN
  • June 29, 2018 – Eighth Annual St. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • September 7, 2018 – Sixth Annual Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs. Evansville Mater Dei High School; Evansville, IN
  • Dec 1, 2018 – St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend; Memphis, TN
  • Mar 23, 2019 – Painting with a Purpose St. Jude Fundraiser at Painting with a Twist; Evansville, IN
  • April 13, 2019 – Seventh Annual IUPUI ALD/PES SamStrong Dance; Newburgh basketball tournament, IN
  • April 27, 2019 – Ninth Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run at Burdette Park; Evansville, IN
  • September 6, 2019 – Seventh Annual Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs. Evansville North High School; Evansville, IN
  • September 21, 2019 – Ninth Annual St. Jude Putt Fore Life at The Midget Links; Evansville, IN
  • December 2-11, newburgh basketball tournament, 2019 –  Seventh Annual SamStrong Classic Basketball Tournament at St, newburgh basketball tournament. John the Baptist Catholic Church; Newburgh, IN
  • December 7, 2019 – St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend; Memphis, TN
  • Feb 28, 2020 – Eighth Annual IUPUI ALD/PES SamStrong Dance; Indianapolis, IN
  • Sep 4, 2020 – Eighth Annual SamStrong Childhood Cancer Awareness Football Game; Memorial vs. Evansville Central; Evansville, IN
  • Sep 19, 2020 – Tenth Annual St. Jude Give Hope. Run, a Virtual Event
  • September 17, 2021 – Ninth Annual Reitz Memorial High School SamStrong Football Game vs. Evansville Harrison High School; Evansville, IN
  • September 18, 2021 – St Jude Walk/Run Evansville, a virtual event
  • December 4, 2021 – St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend; Memphis, TN, with virtual runs anywhere
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Boys basketball rankings: Newburgh Free Academy starts atop Varsity 845 list

After an abbreviated schedule last season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this one is bound to be an improvement.

Anything can happen this season. Here are some of the teams to keep an eye on.

Headliners: Meet the 2021-22 Times-Herald Record Super 7

Newburgh's Jah'Likai King drives to the basket. ALLYSE PULLIAM/For the Times-Herald Record

Top 10

Preseason

1. Newburgh Free Academy — The defending Class AA champions opted out last season, but appear poised for a great year. They are led by forward Deondre Johnson and guard Jah’Likai King, but the rest of the team is "inexperienced and young," head coach Frank Dinnocenzio said. He added that Aiden Brown, Andre Crosby, Elnathan Johnson and Jayen Lornez should make an impact. Dinnocenzio also said that the team is not very big outside of the 6-foot-8 Johnson. Where they might be some bumps and bruises along the way this year, the coach hopes his team will improve every game and be there in the end.

2. Wallkill — Wallkill returns eight players from last year's team, led by Mat Shea, Kyle Krebs and Jeremy Figueroa. Head coach Hunter Andrews said Wallkill is an extremely deep team with the help of Jack Rauschenbach, RJ Taylor and Ty Crowley. Varsity newcomers Sean Perrin and Mason Ondreyko will be impact players immediately. "We have high expectations and will contend for a MHAL and sectional title," Andrews said. "We have a hungry, competitive and eager group of young men who are grateful for this opportunity to play together this season. We are a strong, defensive-minded team."

3. Middletown — Led by Super 7 guard Jermaine McCray and center Ziyade Ndnacky, Middletown will be a strong contender in Class AA. On the schedule is a matchup with Shenandoah (Winter Showcase Tournament) on Dec. 29, newburgh basketball tournament. The following night the Bears will face Christian Brothers Academy (Winter Showcase Tournament). On Jan. 3 they will host Danbury High School (Connecticut), newburgh basketball tournament. And on Jan. 9 they will play Mount Vernon (Slam Dunk Challenge at Iona College).

4. Kingston — The Tigers are a perennial Class AA contender, newburgh basketball tournament. Coach Ron Kelder said if newburgh basketball tournament team can defend and make shots it will compete. Ryan McCardle is a senior guard that will lead a young roster. 

5. Warwick Led by Harrison Neil, Warwick is ready to compete against Pine Bush and Valley Central in Division II. Warwick returns nine players from last year's team. Neil, Tim Leonard (senior), Joe Holder (senior) and Nick Nicosia (senior) are all three-year varsity players who have been key contributors in past seasons. Jacob Gonzalez (junior) and Jonah Mederos (junior) are returning for their second varsity season. Although they played varsity last year, not many people saw them play, head coach Joseph Mackey III said. They are ready for big junior seasons and Mackey expects them to make an impact.

6. Valley Central— Valley Central has four returning starters in Raysean Johnson, Jurell Taylor, Henri Pothier and Nick Demaris. Seniors Javen Griffith, Tyler Sibley and Tom McCoist are joined by juniors Tyrone Brown, Kai Hew, Ethan Rivera. Ruben Sims and Stephen Inofomoh, who return from a year newburgh basketball tournament last year, round out the roster. Coach Frank Nutt said the team is deeper than the past few years and has top-end talent with Johnson and Taylor in the backcourt. The returning backcourt both started every game as sophomores and gained valuable game experience. Both are dynamic and have the ability to score in transition, off the dribble and in the half court. "I expect us to play hard and compete as the smallest 'big' school," Nutt added. "And to change the culture of VC basketball and grow interest in the community."

7. New Paltz — The Huguenots will be led by Anthony “Tony” Drewnowski, a 6-foot-2 playmaking guard that they’ll rely on to do a little bit of everything. New Paltz won the 2020 Section IX championship. The Huguenots are a relatively young team, with only three seniors and not a lot of varsity-level experience. "We’ll look to establish our identity on the defensive end of the floor, playing newburgh basketball tournament aggressive style that will hopefully lead to a lot of turnovers so that we can get out in transition," coach Matthew Petruzzelli said. "My expectation for this season is to be a team that is annoying to play against because of how active, physical and relentless our defense is, in addition to how hard we play all the time."

8. Monroe-Woodbury — With a roster of 10 seniors and three underclassmen who have been working together since the spring, the Crusaders have high expectations for this season, newburgh basketball tournament, coach James Hahn said. "We pride ourselves on our defense and will lean on it throughout the year while completing a challenging schedule," he added. 

9. Marlboro — Marlboro went 7-1 last season and won the Class B title in 2020. The Iron Dukes return eight seniors who all played significant minutes last season and the season before. They are newburgh basketball tournament by Collin Casey, Chin Okasi, Matt Drake, Dylan Gunsett, Marl Pesano, Mike Murphy, Matt Mahusky and Tim Feeney. With so many players returning, they expect to move the ball well on offense and play solid defense, coach Michael Koehler said. With that experience, they expect to compete for a division, league and sectional championship, he added. 

10. Washingtonville — With Super 7's Brenden Graham and Ryan Allen leading the way, Washingtonville features two of the section's top players. That duo should allow the Wizards to make a splash this season.

A look back: Varsity 845 boys basketball inaugural ranking has Chester on top

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Chester: The team is coming in with high expectations and high hopes this year and they have the pressure of following a tradition of winning over the last few seasons, coach Jon Marsilo said. Chester went 11-0 in a shortened season last winter and 20-0 in 2019-20. Marsilo said his team will use aggressive, fast-paced defense to maintain its history of keeping teams newburgh basketball tournament their offensive averages. Last season's team averaged 14.5 steals and 5.2 blocks per game, holding opponents to 33.9 points per game while scoring 54.5. 

Highland: Highland is very cohesive and working extremely well together, coach Michael Millman said. It’s a new group that didn’t have last season to prepare, but early results are very promising, Milliman added.

O'Neill: The Raiders' strengths are size, depth and team chemistry. Their expectations are to show improvement every day and be competitive this upcoming season, coach Debra Crowe said. She added that "If we utilize our depth and our youth continues to develop, we could improve upon last year's record. Newburgh basketball tournament is a great group of guys when it comes to attitude and character and I think that it could be a team that comes together this season."

Pine Newburgh basketball tournament Bushmen have seven seniors returning from a shortened season, when they finished 5-3. They are expecting to compete for a division title with Warwick and Valley Central and qualify for the Class AA tournament. Pine Bush will be led by seniors Jacob Santiago, Derek Hickman, Evan Jaloszynski, Dion Cauthen JoJo Darrell, newburgh basketball tournament, Colin Best and junior Mason Miranowicz. Newcomers Omar Gonzalez, Dan DeGroodt, Jalen Ali, Joe Gleason, Matt Santiago, Jack Zwart and Joe Lenihan will also contribute in their first year newburgh basketball tournament the team, coach Dan Conley said.

Rondout Valley: The Ganders last won a sectional title in 1996, but they've received plenty of buzz this preseason. Several opposing coaches have identified Rondout Valley as a potential Section 9 contender.

Saugerties: Saugerties only has one returning player with varsity experience in Ethan Conrad (a Marist commit), but the team is built on the future and the teaching and learning will make them stronger for next season, coach Michael Tiano said. Tiano added he is excited to watch the growth of sophomore Nick Stinemire, as he will be a starter and someone who the team can build around. He has great court vision and good size, newburgh basketball tournament, which makes him a great defender, newburgh basketball tournament, Tiano said.

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Updated: Statement about Altercation at Athletic Event

Statement: Sunday, December 19, 2021 at 3:35pm

As you are aware, student altercations have been a topic of conversation throughout the country this school year. This weekend, there was an altercation at an athletic event involving a few of our students and multiple members of another team. Overnight, district administrators and faculty have reviewed footage and talked to our students. Further conversations will continue upon return to school on Monday, newburgh basketball tournament, December 20. 


We will continue to work with all of our students about managing their emotions and constructive ways to resolve conflict.


Updated newburgh basketball tournament Tuesday, December 21, 2021 at 11:35am

The NFA Boys Basketball team was originally newburgh basketball tournament to play Bishop Loughlin High School on Wednesday, December 22nd. After a schedule change at a tournament held on Saturday, December 18th, the two teams played each other, resulting in the cancellation of the game scheduled for Wednesday. The two teams are in different sections/leagues, but were scheduled to play each other as an opportunity for each team to face different athletic competition to enhance their athletic abilities.


As you are aware, student altercations have been a topic of conversation throughout the country this school year. This weekend, there was an altercation at a basketball tournament involving a few of our students and multiple members of another team. 


On Saturday night, district administrators and faculty reviewed footage and talked to our students and coaches. While we are disturbed by the incident that occurred, we do not believe our students initiated the altercation and have recognized occasions where our students made attempts to walk away that should be highlighted. 


We are disappointed by the lack of security that was provided at the event and in the future, the district will assess each event and based on need, will provide our own security monitors for our students. We will continue to work with the other high school involved after their winter break to further investigate and adjust our determinations if needed.


We will continue to work with all of our students about managing their emotions and constructive ways to resolve conflict.

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