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July 29, 2013
New York 17U Teams Win Two Chips
This summer has been a good showing for a few local AAU teams.
Nathan Eckwu, who had the duty of holding Kevon Looney silent, finished the game with 10 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks. 6'2" Mike Bourke (Hun School/2014) chipped in five three pointers for Heights, while Paul Jorgensen finished with 17 points.
Larrier, Cheick Diallo and Syracuse-bound Chris McCullough all finished with double-digit scoring, while Joel Villa averaged a team high seven assists per game during the tournament.
Scan lost only once during the Kansas City Hardwood Classic to an Illinois Wolves team by two. New Heights finished off the AAU period with a nine game run that put them over the top in Vegas.
New York was well represented in the Midwest and West Coast during the final evaluation period.