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Pandolfi Catches Fire as Bears Sink Whalers

January 11, 2011

With a blizzard set to slam Long Island with 18″ of snow, Tim Pandolfi blew into Sag Harbor and dropped 32 points to lead the Bears to a 59-47 victory.  Pandolfi’s effort was all the more impressive considering he sat out the entire opening quarter as he continues to ease his way back into the flow after knee surgery.  The Whalers’ gritty play gave them a 12-11 lead after the 1st, but the blue and white wrested control away with a 16-6 2nd frame.  In the pivotal 3rd quarter the Brook outscored their hosts 22-15 to take a 16 point edge into the 4th.  Senior captain Farqu Taylor added 13 points as the boys improved to 2-0 in League VIII.

Stony Brook relied heavily on guard Tim Pandolfi to record a 59-42 victory on Tuesday. Pandolfi sank four three-pointers on his way to a career-high 32 points. Pierson owned a 12-11 first-quarter lead and trailed by just nine at halftime, 26-16. Pandolfi continued to pour in the points in the third, during which the Bears opened up a 16-point lead heading into the final eight minutes. “[Pandolfi] is one of the better guards in the league,” Pierson head coach Dan White said.



The victory was the 226th of coach Mike Hickey’s career as he improved his all-time record vs. Pierson to 25-9… Tim Pandolfi is just 109 points away from the 1,000 point milestone.

Box Score

  • Pandolfi | 32 points/4 3-pointers
  • Taylor | 13 points/1 3-pointer
  • Jerome Washington | 6 points/8 rebounds
  • Richie Armand | 4 points/7 assists
  • Spencer Cannon | 2 points
  • Marco Masakayan | 2 points


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