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GLENS FALLS, N.Y. (AP) - Nick Comenale has scored 22 points to lift New York Mills to a 57-50 overtime win over Coleman Catholic in the Class D final at the New York State Boys High School Basketball Championships.
Andrew Suprenant had 16 points and Zach Vennaro added 11 for the Marauders (23-1) on Saturday.
New York Mills trailed 47-42 with 3:14 remaining but forced overtime on the strength of a late 7-0 run that had it knotted at 49 after regulation.
Dino Celadon had 14 points and Micah Simmons-Smalls added 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Statesmen (17-5).
Coleman Catholic rallied from a 19-12 hole after the first quarter to take a 26-21 lead into halftime.
New York Mills shot 54 percent from the field to Coleman Catholic’s 28 percent.
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