Colonial Subaru burning through basketball league

The weather dampened down the Red Hook Men’s Basketball Summer League in the last two weeks, but the court action was anything but foul.

In the A-League, Bard Alumni edged Arlington, 49-45. Frank Stortini led all scorers with 25 for Bard. Hawks, of Rhinebeck, eked out a win over Arlington, 56-50, behind Corey Van Wagner’s 18 points.

In the B/C Division, Colonial Subaru, from Kingston, had a solid two weeks, collecting three wins. Chris Colarusso and Spencer Dalzell, as well as George Donahue of Landworks, each had 17 points in a 61-44 Subaru win over Landworks of Red Hook. Colarusso also led in scoring with 12 in a 47-36 win over Matt’s Auto Body, based out of Salt Point. Subaru next beat Christina’s Pizza 64-60 in overtime, with John Bixby putting up 23 for Christina’s.

Matt Parr Insurance, from Red Hook, beat Germantown, 55-53, led in scoring by Paddy Parr with 20. Parr also beat Christina’s Pizza, 74-47, with John Bixby scoring 24 for Christina’s. Village Pizza, from Red Hook, split their games: they beating the Raiders, 49-44, in a game led in scoring by Raiders’ Tucker Griffen with 24, and they lost to Landworks, 46-35, with Landworks’ George Donahue scoring 18 points.

Ryan McCann Insurance, of Red Hook, fell to BFAS, 39-36, with the scoring led by Jesse Smith of McCann with 16. Spectrum Graphics beat McCann 35-25, in a game in which Demetrious Holden put up 11 points for Spectrum. Spectrum fell to Raiders, 50-44 in a game led by Raiders’ Beau Smith’s 13 points.

Germantown throttled Thruway Nissan, based out of Kingston, 63-37, with Germantown’s Dan Thomas leading with 17. Nissan then beat Matt’s Auto Body, 47-42.

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