North Salem Boys Conquer the County Center

The Tigers with the Gold Ball. Credits: Rob DiAntonio
The Tigers celebrate with the Gold Ball. Credits: Rob DiAntonio
Miles D’Alessandro was all smiles after winning the section. Credits: Rob DiAntonio
Chris Alterio fires a foul-line jumper. Credits: Rob DiAntonio
Miles D’Alessandro drives. Credits: Rob DiAntonio
North Salem coach Henry Sassone chats with his team during a break in the action. Credits: Rob DiAntonio
Kenny Martin looks to pass. Credits: Rob DiAntonio
Chris Alterio, left, was named the tournament MVP and Miles D’Alessandro, right, was all-tournament. Credits: Rob DiAntonio
Ryan Donovan makes a bounce pass. Credits: Rob DiAntonio
The Tiger fans cheer on the boys basketball team. Credits: Rob DiAntonio
Players on the bench cheer on the Tigers during the final seconds of the section final. Credits: Rob DiAntonio

North Salem’s varsity boys basketball team captured the Section 1 Class C title by defeating Alexander Hamilton 61-57 on March 4 at the Westchester County Center.

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