BOUND BROOK, NJ – While Piscataway Vo-Tech’s Ali Austin scored a team-high of 19 points, and Khalil Smith grabbed 12 rebounds, the Raiders were upset by the hard hitting Watchung Hills Warriors 70-32 in the consolation round of the annual Crusader Classic Basketball Tournament in Bound Brook.

Watchung Hills Warrior Dan Pilsbury knocked down 4 three points shots, and scored a game high 22 points. The Hustlin Warriors had 11 different players score during the game, and made a game high eight three point shots.

Watchung Hills’ Andrew Steinhardt had 13 points, and Evan Meyers tossed in another nine. The Hustlin Warriors led from start to finish scoring 24 points in the opening quarter. Watchung Hills used a swarming defense to hold Piscataway Vo-Tech to just 11 points in the second half, while scoring 33 points.

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Box Score                               1             2             3             4          FINAL

WHRHS                                  24            13        16          17            70

Pisc. Vo-Tech                          8             13          4            7           32


WHRHS PLAYERS          pts

Noah Allen                       5                                                                     

Davon Daniels                 1

Adam Goldstein               5                                                               

Lucas Hackett                 6

Timmy Hsueh                 3

Ryan Keller                     2

Brian Leon-Garcia           2

Evan Meyers                  9

Dan Pilsbury                  22

Nick Sofo                       2

Andrew Steinhardt          13

Total                              70


Pisc. Vo-tech PLAYERS   pts

Ali Austin                        19                                                                     

Khalil Smith                     1

Branden Barnes               6                                                               

Gurbir Makkar                  2

Taquan Smith                  4

Total                              32