New Providence Boys Basketball Dismantles Roselle Park, 57-17

New Providence junior guard Tyler Curto led all scorers with 11 points. Credits: Alli Lamhing
New Providence senior Mike Wilderotter Credits: Alli Lamhing
New Providence guard Bryan Joyce Credits: Alli Lamhing

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – The Pioneers boys’ basketball team might have played its best all-around game of the season on Wednesday night.

With the unveiling of brand new scoreboards, New Providence played like a rejuvenated basketball team, dismantling Roselle Park, 57-17.

The Pioneers allowed single digits in all four quarters, holding the Panthers to just one basket in each of the first two periods.

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Even though only one player scored in double figures for New Providence, they had 10 different players score throughout the game.

Led by Tyler Curto, who had a team-high 11 points, the Pioneers piled on 24 in the second quarter en route to their third victory of the season.

New Providence has a busy week ahead. After a game at Jonathan Dayton on Friday night, the Pioneers embark on an all-day affair in Berkeley Heights, as part of the annual Super Saturday Fundraiser at Gov. Livingston High School.

Tip-off on Friday from Springfield is scheduled for 7 p.m., while Saturday’s matchup with the Highlanders is slated for a 4:30 p.m. start.

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