SAS Holiday Classic - Results & All-Tournament Team

New England Recruiting Report | Friday, December 20th, 2013

SAS Holiday Classic - Results & All-Tournament Team

Friday, December 20th Results

Brimmer and May School (MA)-54  MacDuffie School (MA)-49
Putnam Science Academy (CT)-84  Vermont Academy (VT)-59
Tilton School (NH)-86  Lawrence Academy (MA)-55
Choate Rosemary Hall (CT)-70  Proctor Academy (NH)-49
Cushing  Academy (MA)-76  Master’s School (CT)-58
Cheshire Academy (CT)-70  Worcester Academy (MA)-46
St. Andrew’s (RI)-78  Holderness School (NH)-59

Saturday, December 21, 2013-Results

Choate Rosemary Hall (CT)-80  Holderness School (NH)-57
Vermont Academy (VT)-71  Brimmer and May  School (MA)-48        
Wilbraham Monson Academy  (MA)-71  Cheshire Academy (CT)-56
Worcester Academy (MA)-84   Master’s School (CT)-62
Cushing Academy (MA)-78   Mac Duffie School (MA)-71
St. Andrew’s School (RI)-87  Tilton School (NH)-77

Most Valuable Player

Bonzie Colson-St. Andrew’s School (RI): He opened the weekend with 16 points and 14 rebounds against Holderness, including an explosive tip-dunk and an equally bouncy blocked shot on the defensive end.  His best was saved for last as he went off for 27 points and 16 rebounds in a Saturday evening win over Tilton.

All Tournament Team

Tom Hunt-St. Andrew’s School (RI): The sharp-shooting Hunt provided a consistent floor spacer for the Saints all weekend long, drilling shots from long range while both spotting up and coming off screens.  

Matt Cimino-Worcester Academy (MA): The skilled big man's strong season continued with two good showings.  He acted as a distributor on Friday, facilitating with his passing ability, while being more offensive minded on Saturday.  

Nemanja Krtolica-Tilton School (NH): The first year big man appears to be getting more comfortable with each passing game and that's giving the Rams the type of consistent low post presence to help take them to the next level.  

Wilfredo Rodriguez-Cheshire Academy (CT): The Binghamton bound forward turned in a pair of dynamic performances, complete with several highlight reel dunks including one atop the region's best shot-blocker.  

Jalen Adams-Cushing Academy (MA): He played more of a quarterback style role on Friday, scoring 14 points while handing out several assists, but got back to putting points on the board in high volume on Saturday.  

Max Hoeztel-Wlibraham and Monson Academy (MA): The Indiana bound sharp-shooting has come alive this week, leading Wilbraham to a series of impressive wins while raining deep jumpers from behind the arc.  

Ben Engvall-Choate Rosemary Hall (CT): His return to his home town of Barrington proved to be a succesful one as Engvall went for 50 points on the weekend while showing his trademark toughness.  

Christian Vital-Vermont Aacdemy (VT): Vermont's resident bomber kept launching from deep and connecting at a high rate to put up 20+ points in each of the teams' two outings.  

Anthony Durham-Putnam Science Academy (CT): Durham led PSA to a convincing Friday night win over Vermont as the unsigned point guard went for 14 points, 10 rebounds, and 7 assists.  

Sammy Mojica-Brimmer and May School (MA): He did just about everything for his Brimmer team, both acting as the primary ball-handler and asserting himself as their most dependable scorer as well.  

Kaleb Joseph-Cushing  Academy (MA): The Syracuse bound point guard showed flashes of his talent on Friday, converting some high level plays with his trademark pull-ups along with some tough body controlled finishes.