North Salem Varsity Sports Roundup

Bryan Gomez and North Salem rebounded from a loss to Irvington by defeating Yonkers Montessori. Credits: File

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Following a tough loss to Class B foe Irvington, North Salem’s boys basketball team rebounded with a 67-22 blowout win over host Yonkers Montessori Academy on Thursday, Dec. 21.

Kendrick Tchoua (13 points, 11 assists, 13 rebounds), Mike Ryan (11 points), Bryan Gomez (nine points) and Tim Outhouse (seven points) paced the Tigers in the win.

In North Salem’s 66-53 loss to visiting Irvington on Dec. 19, Tchoua had another big game with 23 points, 12 rebounds and six assists.

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NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-The Tigers (3-2) are next scheduled to take the court when they host Martin Luther King at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 2.

Girls split with Palisade Prep, Pleasantville

In girls basketball, North Salem host defeated Palisade Preparatory 58-24 on Monday, Dec. 18.

The Tigers, who were 7-2 heading into the holiday break, fell to host Pleasantville 50-42 a day later.

North Salem is scheduled to host Brewster at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 3. It will then host Haldane at 7 p.m. two days later.

Sabers drop a pair on ice

Somers/North Salem had a tough week in ice hockey with losses to White Plains and Carmel.

The Sabers opened the week by falling to White Plains, 3-0, on the road at Ebersole Ice Arena on Wednesday, Dec. 20. White Plains scored a goal in each period.

Chris Graham made 24 saves for the Sabers, who were outshot 27-16.

In Somers/North Salem’s 5-2 loss to Carmel on Dec. 21 at Brewster Ice Arena, Nico DeMarinis scored his first career varsity goal.

Brandon LaSpina added a goal and assist. Anthony Morea added an assist and Graham made 29 saves.

The Sabers are scheduled to return to the ice on Friday, Dec. 29, at 9 p.m. when they host powerhouse Suffern at Brewster Ice Arena. They then face rival Brewster/Yorktown at 4:10 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 4.


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