There are big games going on in Brooklyn this week. Check back here throughout the week as I’ll update this page with scores and highlights as the games happen.
ASA College Men’s Soccer 2, Monroe College 1 (OT): The Avengers won the Region XV-Division I championship with an overtime victory that was sealed when Keith Francisco scored during the 95th minute. Kendan Anderson scored the first goal and Jasurbek Tursunboyev made six of seven saves for the win.
ASA College Football 49, St. Francis University 14: The Avengers improved to 6-1 behind 148 yards rushing from Brandon Stout, 122 yard rushing from Donav Williams and touchdowns from each. Da Pietrangelo threw for 102 yards and two touchdowns. Jesse Yorke, Quint Sullivan and Daysh Reynolds each caught touchdowns.
Brooklyn College Women’s Soccer 4, York College 0: Shani Abrahams scored four goals for the Bulldogs and Michelle Cranston and Karolina Gorna combined for the shutout as Brooklyn College improved to 5-1-0 in CUNYAC play.
Brooklyn College Women’s Volleyball 3, John Jay 0: In the Bulldogs final game of the regular season, they improved to 5-3 in conference play and 12-15 overall for the season. Jillian Escobar led the way with 10 kills, Crystal Wu had 19 assists and Lisenia Rodriguez had eight digs.
New York Islanders 2, New York Rangers 3: On Henrik Lundqvist’s day off, the Islanders still fell to the Rangers thanks to a bad third period where they allowed Ryan McDonagh to tie it on a powerplay goal and Benoit Pouliot to win it with just over six minutes to play. Cal Clutterbuck (1) and Peter Regin (2) scored goals for the Isles with both coming during the second period.
Brooklyn College Men’s Soccer 2, York College 1: York struck first with a goal in the 23rd minute, but the Bulldogs battled back to win thanks to goals from Dmitry Prokofyev, during the 71st minute, and Kenny Benitez, during the 86th minute. Kamil Ostrowski made seven of eight saves for the win.
Brooklyn College Women’s Soccer 1, Old Westbury 2 (2OT): The Bulldogs got off to a quick start when Sayla Flores found the back of the net during the 2nd minute of the game, but Kimberly Chacko allowed a goal during the 19th minute to tie it. Two overtimes later and Old Westbury eventually came away victorious thanks to a goal during the 103rd minute. Chacko made eight of 10 saves.
Brooklyn Nets 94, Cleveland Cavaliers 98
St. Francis Brooklyn Men’s Soccer 1, Fairleigh Dickinson 2: It was extremely close through 60 minutes, but Fairleigh Dickinson scored twice during the 63rd minute and the 66th minute to take a commanding lead. Harry O’Dell scored during the 76th minute to make it interesting, but the Terriers could not tie it late. Jack Binks made three of five saves for the loss.
New York Islanders 5, Ottawa Senators 4 (SO): The Islanders trailed by two goals during this game and battled back both times. After they fell behind 2-0 in the first, John Tavares (5) and Matt Martin (2) scored to tie it at 2-2. Then down 4-2, Pierre-Marc Bouchard (2) and Frans Nielsen (8) scored to send it to overtime. They eventually went to a shootout where Nielsen was the only one to score to win the game. Evgeni Nabokov made 27 of 31 saves for the win.
Brooklyn Nets 101, Miami Heat 100
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Automotive High School 42, Franklin K. Lane 36
Canarsie 22, Midwood 16
Brooklyn College Men’s Soccer 1, City College 1 (CCNY won 4-3 in PKS): The Bulldogs fought hard, but after three overtimes they were still tied with City College so they played a shootout and lost 4-3 to be eliminated from the CUNYAC playoffs. Marco Thimm-Kaiser scored BC’s only goal during the 19th minute. Kamil Ostrowski made two of three saves in 110 minutes.
LIU Brooklyn 3, St. Francis Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 0: The Blackbirds improved to 10-0 in NEC play this season with a straight sweep of St. Francis. Annika Foit led with 11 kills, Vera Djuric had 28 assists and Adriana Vinas Joy had 10 digs for LIU. Slavica Stefanovic had 10 kills, Kelly O’Halloran had 12 assists and six digs and Feliz Ramirez also had six digs for St. Francis.
ASA College Men’s Basketball 91, Essex County College 85
New York Islanders 3, Boston Bruins 1: The Isles topped the Bruins thanks to goals from John Tavares (6), Andrew MacDonald (1) and the newly acquired Thomas Vanek (5), all coming during the second period. Kyle Poulin started and picked up his first win of the season by making 26 of 27 saves.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Tottenville 28, Fort Hamilton 6
LIU Brooklyn Women’s Soccer 1, Mount St. Mary’s 0 (OT): These Blackbirds made it to the NEC playoffs thanks to this overtime win during their final game of the season. Shino Kunisawa scored during the 91st minute and Jessica Sexton made all three saves to beat Mount.
LIU Brooklyn Men’s Soccer 0, Sacred Heart 1: The Blackbirds gave up just one goal during the 59th minute, but could not score against Sacred Heart for the loss. Logan Keys made four of five saves. For the Blackbirds to get into the playoffs they need to be St. Francis College next weekend.
Brooklyn Nets 86, Orlando Magic 107
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
South Shore 32, Lafayette 0
Erasmus Hall 55, Brooklyn Tech 7
Lincoln High School 41, Boys and Girls 6
Sheepshead Bay 36, Thomas Jefferson 20
Grand Street Campus 30, New Utrecht 0
William E. Grady 27, James Madison 6
FDR 28, Tilden 16