Stony Brook University 68, Vermont 53: The Seawolves' balanced scoring effort was "the big difference" in the win for Stony Brook, according to Head Coach Beth O'Boyle. Brittany Snow and Sabre Proctor each totaled 16 points and 5 rebounds, and Jessica Previlon had 10 points and 10 rebounds. The Seawolves are 11-7, 3-2 in the conference – their best conference start since the 2005-06 season.
Vermont 81, Stony Brook University 73: Jameel Warney totaled 16 points and 10 rebounds and Dave Coley scored 15 for Stony Brook, who were outplayed on defense on Friday. "We're a good defensive team, but they made us look like a poor defensive team. They executed really well," Head Coach Steve Pikiell said. The Seawolves are 13-5, 4-1 America East, and are now in a tie for second place in the conference.
Babylon 73, Stony Brook School 47: Andrew Daniel scored 19 points and Marco Masakayan had 13 for Stony Brook on Saturday in non-conference action.
Stony Brook School 70, Smithtown Christian 47: Daniel scored 22 points, Brandon Odom scored 20, and Chase Audige added 13 for Stony Brook, which stayed undefeated at 8-0 in League VIII on Friday.
Brentwood 72, Ward Melville 63: Jesse Smith scored 15 points and Samuel Stanley and Brandon Hart each added 14 points for the Patriots in the loss on Thursday.
Stony Brook School 32, Smithtown Christian 23: Keara Vancol totaled 18 points and 16 rebounds for the Bears (5-1 League VIII) on Thursday.
Brentwood 41, Ward Melville 30: Corrinne Geiger led Ward Melville with 9 points on Thursday.
William Floyd 45, Ward Melville 27: The Patriots are 0-3 in League I.
All high school highlights are based on box scores from MSG Varsity.