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North Salem Boys Basketball Team Closes Season With Three Wins

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NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-North Salem’s boys basketball team picked up wins over Alexander Hamilton, Pawling and Haldane to close out the regular season.

In a rematch of last year’ Class C section final, the Tigers defeated host Hamilton 75-67 on Feb. 10.

Kendrick Tchoua sparked the team with a huge all-around game. He had 34 points, 14 rebounds and five assists.

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Ryan Donovan netted 16 points while Chris Alterio contributed 12 points and 10 rebounds.

A night earlier, North Salem coasted past host Pawling 59-24, behind 20 points, seven rebounds and five assists from Tchoua.

Mike Ryan had nine points. Alterio and Mike Horan added six points apiece.

The host Tigers routed league rival Haldane 67-43 on Thursday, Feb. 8. Tchoua had 20 points and 13 rebounds. Donovan netted 14 points and distributed five assists.

No. 6-seeded North Salem (13-7) will host No. 11 Woodlands today at 5:30 p.m. in the opening round of the Section 1 Class B playoffs.

 

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