Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Boys Basketball: Wayne Valley 51, Wayne Hills 34

Chris Homsi led Wayne Valley (11-4) with 17 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists. Jay Mustafa added 12 points, 6 assists and 7 rebounds. Andrew Keane added 11 points. James Grevenitz chipped in with 7. Gary Choka collected 6 rebounds. Arris Hunt led Wayne Hills (6-9) with 13 points. Scott Wills added 9. Gezim Usini had 7.

Friday, January 27, 2012

Boys Basketball: Wayne Hills 44, Indian Hills 39

Gezmin Usini led Hills with 14 points. Scott Wills and Arris Hunt had 9 and 8 points respectively.

Boys Basketball: Kennedy 77, Wayne Valley 60

Chris Homsi had 19 points and James Grevenitz had 17 for Wayne Valley (9-4). Scott Arkin and Luke Primerano chipped in with 8 points apiece. Jay Mustafa had 9 assists and 5 rebounds. Luke Primerano led the team with 7 rebounds. Homsi collected 5 boards.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Basketball Roundups

Paramus Catholic 68, DePaul 56: Josh Marquez scored 20 points, but DePaul (11-2) still lost for just the second time this season. Davon Jacobs chipped in with 13 points.

West Milford 67, Wayne Hills 60: Gezim Usini erupted for 20 points to lead Hills (5-7). Corey VanderPloeg added 10 points. Scott Wills and Darium Haber had 9 and 8 points respectively.

Passaic Valley 56, Wayne Valley 53

Source: The Bergen Record

Stefan Minic made sure Passaic Valley’s boys basketball team didn’t squander another double-digit lead in the fourth quarter Tuesday. (Click Here To Read More)

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Boys Basketball: DePaul 67, Don Bosco Prep 58

Source: The Bergen Record

Juwuan Carter’s energy to start the second half was contagious and ignited DePaul’s comeback from a double-digit deficit. Click here to read more.

Boys Basketball: Eastside 58, Wayne Valley 46

James Grevenitz paced Valley (8-2) with 14 points and 5 boards. Andrew Keane contributed 8 points and 8 rebounds. Luke Primerano and Chris Homsi had 7 points and 5 board apiece. Jay Mustafa dished out 7 assists.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Boys Basketball: DePaul 65, Wayne Valley 59

Source: The Bergen Record

Senior forward Davon Jacobs scored a game-high 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead DePaul, which also received 14 points from sophomore forward Juwan Carter and a 13-point, six-assist effort from junior guard Josh Marquez. Click Here To Read More

Monday, January 9, 2012

Wayne Hills coach must choose between coaching duties, athletic director role

Source: The Bergen Record

Chris Olsen, the Wayne Hills High football coach who led his team to a state championship even as nine of his players were suspended following charges of aggravated assault must choose between his coaching duties and his role as the school’s athletic director. RECORD FILE PHOTO Wayne Hills coach Chris Olsen speaks during a Wayne Board of Education meeting in November. Olsen, who is (Click here to read more)

New Policy Means Coaches Can't be Their Own Supervisors

Source: Wayne Patch

The Board of Education approved a new policy Thursday prohibiting administrators and supervisors from coaching sports teams or acting as advisors of any district athletic, co-curricular, or extra-curricular program. The Board said in November that it would address such conflicts after nine Wayne Hills High School football players, including 18-year-old star wide receiver Andrew Monaghan, were (Click here to read more.

Boys Basketball: Wayne Hills 36, Lincoln 29

Scott Wills scored a game high 12 poitns. Gezim Usini added 8.

Boys Basketball: Wayne Valley 56, Mountain Lakes 44

Chris Homsi had 17 points and 6 assists to lead Valley (7-0). Scott Arkin chipped in with 15 points. Jay Mustafa hd 7 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists. Andrew Keane tallied 8 points. Gary Choka and Luke Primerano had 5 boards apiece.

Friday, January 6, 2012

Boys Basketball: Wayne Hills 57, Clifton 51, OT

Scott Wills led Hills (3-2) with 18 points. Gezim Usini added 13 points. Darius Haber and Preston Quinn added 8 points each.

Boys Basketball: Wayne Valley 71, Passaic 60

Jay Mustafa and Chris Homsi tallied 16 points apiece as Wayne Valley (6-0) remained unbeaten. James Grevenitz contributed 15 points. Scott Arkin and Andrew Keane added 8 points apiece. Keane topped the team with 9 rebounds. Homsi pulled down 7 boards. Mustafa had 7 assists and 5 boards. Luke Primerano and Arkin also had 5 rebounds each. Homsi dished out 6 assists.