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On This Day In History | 1999

January 20, 2011

The Bears | Kuhn (#33), D. Addison (Back, 1st on right), S. Addison (#12), Marvin (Front, 2nd from left) & Sherman (Front, 2nd from right)

On this day 12 years ago Bridgehampton, the 3-time defending Class D State Champions, came to Swanson Gymnasium for a showdown with the boys basketball team.  The 1st quarter was a back-and-forth battle between the team’s 2 star players as Dave Marvin hit 3 3-pointers and scored 11 points while the Killer Bees’ Ronnie White scored 12 as the Bears took the opening quarter 19-14.  White scored another 9 in the 2nd frame but balanced scoring by the Brook, including 3s by Marvin, David Addison and Sam Addison, offset his torrid pace as the blue and white took a 4 point lead into the break.  The 3rd quarter would prove to be pivotal as the Bears offense caught fire and Bridgehampton’s White suddenly went cold, going scoreless after netting 21 in the 1st half.  Sam Sherman drilled 2 3-pointers, David Addison hit his 2nd and Seth Kuhn connected from deep as well, giving the home team 10 trifectas on the game.  Kuhn was the catalyst for the Brook in the 3rd frame, scoring 10 as they won the quarter 21-11.  The Killer Bees cut their deficit to 8 early in the 4th quarter, but an 8-0 run courtesy of Kuhn and Marvin put the game away as the blue and white cruised to a 66-58 victory, their 1st win over Bridgehampton since a 62-60 triumph in 1995.  Marvin led the Bears with 24 points. Kuhn added 16, Sherman 8 and David Addison 8.

Marvin’s a Marvel For Stony Brook

David Marvin had 24 points, hitting four three-pointers and going 8-for-8 from the foul line, to lead Stony Brook (5-4) to a 66-58 win over Bridgehampton (6-2) yesterday in a League VIII boys basketball game. “Anytime a team beats Bridgehampton, you can consider it an upset,” Stony Brook coach Mike Hickey said. “David was remarkable for us.”

Seth Kuhn (16 points, 12 rebounds) scored 10 points in the third quarter as the Bears used a 21-11 run to take a 54-40 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Stony Brook also held Ronnie White scoreless in the third quarter after he had 21 points in the first half.

~ Newsday



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