Derek Brower #2 of Half Hollow Hills West, center, draws a shooting foul during a non-league varsity boys basketball game against Northport at Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale on Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018. Hills West won by a score of 62-50. Photo Credit: James Escher Whether Half Hollow Hills West’s Derek Brower Jr. is alone in a gym, surrounded by his teammates at practice or even at the Nassau Coliseum, when he’s standing on the free-throw line, nothing is being taken for granted.
It will be difficult for Savion Lewis to top the birthday present he gave his father Sunday. Playing at Nassau Coliseum on his father’s birthday, the Half Hollow Hills East guard scored a school-record 50 points in a 90-68 victory over Chaminade. “I was trying to go for 55,” Lewis said with a laugh. That’s the age his father, Jeph, turned Sunday. And in terms of where it ranks among birthday gifts from Lewis to his father? “Probably the best,” said Lewis, who sat out the final six minutes.
WASHINGTON — Marcus Derrickson scored a career-high 27 points, 16 in the two overtime periods, Jagan Mosely made two free throws with 1.5 seconds left, and Georgetown escaped with a 93-89 victory on Saturday and a season sweep of St. John’s. In a game overshadowed by Hall of Fame rivals coaching their alma maters, Derrickson gave the Hoyas and coach Patrick Ewing bragging rights. Georgetown won 69-66 at Madison Square Garden earlier this month.
STORY: Savion Lewis (@savionlewis_) sets a Half Hollow Hills East record with FIFTY points in a victory over Chaminade at the Nassau Coliseum. Oh, and it just happened to be his father's birthday. https://nwsdy.li/2Bjuzas
Savion Lewis (@savionlewis_) sets a Half Hollow Hills East record with FIFTY points in a victory over Chaminade at the Nassau Coliseum. Oh, and it just happened to be his father's birthday. https://nwsdy.li/2Bjuzas
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