Newton whups Wallkill on the hardwood


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  • Newton ball handler Kevin Ayoso is covered by Wallkill Valley's Dylan Harlos in the third period. Photos by George leroy Hunter




  • Wallkill Valley's Mason White handles the ball in the first period. White scored two points and grabbed three rebounds.




  • Newton's Luismy Arias dribbles the ball as Wallkill Valley's Shawn Falk keeps pace.




  • Newton's Jake Tarabokija scored 17 points with seven assists and six rebounds.




  • Wallkill Valley's Tyler Small comes down with the ball during a rebound in the first period. Small grabbed three rebounds.




  • Newton's Alex Rivas with the ball. Rivas scored three points and grabbed two rebounds.




  • Wallkill Valley's Zane Crumb tries to dribble the ball through the Newton defensive wall in the first period. Crumb scored seven points.




  • Wallkill Valley's Shawn Falk handles the ball on a fast break in the third period. Falk scored 16 points, grabbed 3 rebounds and blocked 2 shots.




  • Newton's Troy Babcock releases the ball from the free throw line in the second period. Babcock made one free throw, two field goals, one assist, grabbed six rebounds, scored five points and credited with one steal.



— Newton High School defeated Wallkill Valley Regional High School (Hardyston, N.J.) in boys varsity basketball on Friday, January 5, 2018. The final score was 76-54. The game took place at Newton High School in The Town of Newton, New Jersey.

Newton's Jake Tarabokija scored a game-high seventeen points with seven assists and six rebounds. Jaiden Elliott scored thirteen points and grabbed four rebounds.

Shawn Falk had a team-high 16 points with two 3-pointers for Wallkill Valley. Dylan Harlos scored eleven points with three 3-pointers.

Team records: Newton Braves 7-2. Wallkill Valley Rangers 5-2.








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