Southern Conference GP W L PCT. GB
Montclair Ballers 5 4 1 0.800 x
Jaguars 6 4 2 0.667 0.5
Hudson Valley Drive 6 3 3 0.500 1.5
Monticello Cheetahs 3 0 3 0.000 3.0
Northern Conference GP W L PCT. GB
Poughkeepsie Roadrunners 6 5 1 0.833 x
Berkshire Bulldogs 4 2 2 0.500 2.0
Troy Cyclones 4 1 3 0.250 3.0
Kingston Condors 8 2 6 0.250 4.0
Points Per Game
Joel Johnson 34.2 Condors
Justin Martin 33.75 Cheetahs
Aaron Armstrong 31.5 Roadrunners
R. Patterson-Brown 30.5 Drive
Steven Bolton 30 Drive
Gwen Aubiffred 28 Cyclones
Henry Burch 27.4 Condors
Jermaine Wiggins 27.3 Drive
Keith Johnson 27.3 Jaguars
Phillip Reeves 26.7 Bulldog
Rebounds Per Game
Cordal Johnson 17 Condors
Kevin Deleon 16 Condors
Reggie Ward 15 Jaguars
Shaun Johnson 15 Jaguars
Brandon Wilson 14 Bulldogs
Kevin Pegram 11.6 Roadrunners
Josh Martinez 10.6 Jaguars
Aaron Armstrong 10 Roadrunners
Joel Johnson 9.5 Condors
Jermaine Wiggins 9.3 Drive
Assists Per Game
Jermaine Wiggins 7.3 Drive
Rachel Coffey 6.3 Condors
Joel Johnson 5.5 Condors
Isiah Gamble 5 Bulldogs
Cordal Johnson 4 Condors
Christalee Lynch 4 Jaguars
Gwen Aubiffred 4 Cyclones
Keith Johnson 3.8 Jaguars
Charles Curnell 3.8 Drive
D. J. Persutti 3.2 Drive
Steals Per Game
Kadeem Davis 4 Condors
Joel Johnson 3.7 Condors
Rachel Coffey 3.3 Condors
Keith Johnson 2.5 Jaguars
Shataya McComb 1.8 Bulldogs
Christalee Lynch 1.6 Jaguars
Henry Burch 1.6 Bulldogs
Charles Curnell 1.5 Drive
GQuan Defairia 1.5 Cyclones
Reggie Ward 1.4 Jaguars
Blocks Per Game
C. Jones 3 Condors
Kevin Pegram 2.8 Roadrunners
Brendon Wilson 2 Bulldogs
Shaun Johnson 2 Jaguars
Reggie Ward 1.6 Jaguars
R. Patterson-Brown 1.6 Drive
Kadeem Davis 1 Condors
Kevin Deleon 1 Condors
Corwin Hendy 1 Cyclones
Aaron Armstrong .9 Roadrunners
Saturday, July 18
Montclair Ballers 94 at Poughkeepsie Roadrunners 80
Poughkeepsie, NY – Aaron Armstrong put forth a big 36 point performance for a depleted Roadrunners team on the Game of the Week, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Ballers fast start in Montclair’s 94-80 win over Poughkeepsie. The Ballers held as much as a 19 point lead, but the Roadrunners whittled the gap down to as little as 4 but could not get any closer. Terrance Peterson led the Ballers with 27 points.
Jaguars 117 at Troy Cyclones 114
Goshen, NY – Josh Martinez had a monster 36 point, 25 rebound performance to help the Jaguars sneak out with a 3 point win over Troy, who was playing this home game at the Drive Sports Complex in Goshen. Reggie Ward added 25 points and 12 rebounds, as the Jaguars had a massive 71-26 rebounding edge over the Cyclones. Also of significant note was Gwen Aubiffred’s 28 point performance in the losing effort, making her the first female to lead a team in scoring in CJPB, Inc. history.
Berkshire Bulldogs 127 at Kingston Condors 126
Kingston, NY – Isaiah Gamble gets the league’s 4th triple double of the year, leading all players in scoring (36), rebounding (11), and assists (10) in helping the Bulldogs squeak by the Condors at Kingston. Philip Reeves added 28 points, and Carlee Hirt went for 18 in the win. Henry Burch had 35 points and 9 rebounds, and Joel Johnson helped with 27 points in the Condors loss.
Friday, July 17
Kingston Condors 118 at Hudson Valley Drive 121
Goshen, NY – Jermaine Wiggins secured a triple double with his 32 point, 14 rebound, 10 assist effort in Hudson Valley’s intense 3 point win over Kingston in Goshen. Robert Patterson-Brown co-led all scorers with 36 points and added 10 rebounds as well for the Drive. Kingston was paced by Henry Burch’s 36 points, Joel Johnson’s 30, and Cordal Johnson’s 20 points and 19 rebounds. Jessica Paden also put in a solid 14 point effort for the Condors.
Thursday, July 16
Hudson Valley Drive 89 at Kingston Condors 99
Kingston, NY – Joel Johnson led all scorers with 29 points and Henry Burch added 20 as the Condors picked up the home win over the visiting Drive. Cordal Johnson also chimed in with 19 points and a game high 19 rebounds for Kingston. Hudson Valley were paced by 18 points apiece from Omar Wilson and Steven Bolton, as well as Charles Curnell’s 17 points and 16 points from Devin Williamson.
Jaguars 99 at Poughkeepsie Roadrunners 108
Poughkeepsie, NY – Kevin Pegram had game highs in both points (37) and rebounds (12) as the Roadrunners took the win over the Jaguars in Poughkeepsie. Aaron Armstrong contributed 21 points and 11 rebounds, Jasmin Lopez added 23 points, and Sophronia Sallard chimed in with 12 points for the home team. Keith Johnson led the way for the Jaguars with 26 points, Rhydeem Samedi tossed in 21, and Christalee Lynch and Doretha Brooks each went for 14 points in the Jaguars loss.
Tuesday, July 14
Montclair Ballers 145 at Troy Cyclones 102
Montclair, NJ – Terrence Peterson scored 28 points, Jesse Steele added 23, and Lemmie Bradley poured in 20 as the Ballers ran their record to 3-0 with a convincing 43-point victory over the Cyclones. Six Ballers scored in double figures, and every player had at least 7 points on the night. Corwin Hendy led all scorers with 33 points, and Brice Gray helped out with 27 points in a losing effort for Troy.
Jaguars 110 at Monticello Cheetahs 102
Monticello, NY – Keith Johnson had 31 points and 16 rebounds, and Reggie Ward popped in 20 points, 19 rebounds and 6 blocks as the Jaguars bounced back with a hard fought 110-102 win over Monticello. Doretha Brooks chipped in with 18 points for the Jaguars. Justin Martin had a game high 36 points and added 12 rebounds for the Cheetahs, who fell at home for the second straight game. Vere Deloach added 26 and Scott Rich 25 for Monticello, who were outrebounded 59-43 in the game
Sunday, July 12
Montclair Ballers 132 at Kingston Condors 126
Poughkeepsie, NY – In the highest scoring game of the season, Johnny Dee’s 49 point performance helps push the Ballers past the Condors in the first game of the CJPB, Inc. doubleheader 132-126 at Poughkeepsie Day School. Terence Peterson added 31 points and 9 rebounds, and Shorty Reed chipped in with 12 points and 7 assists for Montclair. Kyle Humphrey went for 30 points and 12 rebounds in a losing effort for Kingston, who also had 27 point contributions from both Henry Burch and CJPB’s leading scorer Joel Johnson.
Hudson Valley Drive 104 at Poughkeepsie Roadrunners 108
Poughkeepsie, NY – In the second game of the Poughkeepsie doubleheader, Jermaine Wiggins scored the league’s second triple double in getting 27 points, 14 rebounds, and 12 assists for a severely depleted Drive team in a 108-104 loss to the Roadrunners. Steven Bolton added a game high 48 points for Hudson Valley. Aaron Armstrong led all Roadrunners in scoring with 32 points as the Roadrunners ran their record to 4-0.
Saturday, July 11
Jaguars 79 at Montclair Ballers 112
Montclair, NJ – On the CJPB, Inc. YouTube Game of the Week, Antoine Obery led all scorers with 25 points, Shorty Reed added 21 points, and Terrence Peterson added 16 points, most of those of a highlight variety, as the Montclair Ballers finally make their season debut with an emphatic win over the previously unbeaten Jaguars at Immaculate Conception HS in Montclair. The Ballers held a 43-40 lead with 3:09 remaining in the first half before embarking on a 36-11 run that spanned a total of 14:24 between the 2nd and 3rd quarters to put the game well out of reach.
Thursday, July 9
Poughkeepsie Roadrunners 109 at Monticello Cheetahs 105
Monticello, NY – Aaron Armstrong poured in 37 points, first overall male pick Kevin Pegram added 18 points and first overall female pick Sophronia Sallard chipped in with 15 points as Poughkeepsie picked up a big early season road win at Monticello. Justin Martin led all scorers with 38 points for the Cheetahs, who held a 79-78 lead over the Roadrunners going into the 4th quarter. Shanod “JFK” Burton added 25 points, all in the second half, Scott Rich added 22 points, and Mercedes Green contributed 12 points for Monticello.
Troy Cyclones 110 at Kingston Condors 106
Poughkeepsie, NY – A balanced Cyclones scoring attack, led by double-doubles from Corwin Hendy (20 points, 16 rebounds) and Brice Gray (23 points, 10 rebounds) escaped with a 4 point victory over the Condors, who were the home team in Poughkeepsie on Thursday. Six Condors finished in double figures in points, including Shataya McComb tossing in 18 points. Kingston’s Joel Johnson followed up his epic performance from Tuesday with a 31 point, 20 rebound performance, and Kyle Humphrey added 28 points. Rachel Coffey set CJPB records for 4 pointers in a game (7) and quarter (5 in the 2nd quarter alone) in contributing 32 points of her own, and nearly tied the game in the waning moments with another 4-ball that rimmed out.
Wednesday, July 8
Kingston Condors 116 at Hudson Valley Drive 117 (2OT)
Goshen, NY - It did not take the teams in CJPB, Inc. very long to put the league’s revolutionary overtime concept into action.
In just the league’s 6th official regular season game, the Kingston Condors and Hudson Valley Drive made history at the Drive Sport Complex in Goshen on Wednesday night in playing in Hudson Valley’s 117-116 double overtime victory. Historic in that even though five minute overtime periods are played, the winning team still must be the first team to score 11 overtime points.
Robert Patterson-Brown and Devin Williamson each had 32 points for the winning Drive, who raised their record to 2-1.
“It's was fun,” said Williamson. “We stuck together as a team. Great fight.”
Patterson-Brown and Williamson had 12 and 10 rebounds, respectively for Hudson Valley. Steve Bolton added 24 points and 8 rebounds for the home side, who are now 1-1 on their home floor this season.
Williamson ended up having the deciding point, when he toed the line to shoot two free throws after being fouled going to the basket. He missed the first attempt before sinking the second – and ending the game.
“Scary stuff,” said Dev ate all was said and done. “I told myself if I miss these (free throws), then I'm not ready to be here.”
Also historic on this night was the recording of the league’s first recorded triple double (end of regulattion play), turned in by Kingston’s Joel Johnson. “Spiderman” turned in a 61 point, 18 rebound, 10 assist performance in a losing effort that have many players wondering if they can top the feat.
Rachel Coffey added 24 points, 10 assists and 5 steals for the Condors, who fell to 0-2 on the young season.
“Overall we played well,” said Coffey. “(We) forced some things when we should have slowed it down.”
Coffey also hit a huge 4-pointer in the second overtime to draw the game even at 116. But true to her experience and on-court demeanor, she didn’t let the moment overwhelm her.
“It was nice,” added Rachel, having played all 51 minutes of action. “(I) didn't have much emotion though. I'm a calm player but wanted to help my team win the game.”
No team held more than a four point lead at the end of each of the quarters. And if one team led, the other would claw its way back to level terms by the end of the next quarter.
And if that wasn’t enough, the two teams are scheduled to play a home-and-home set of games on back to back nights. Thursday, July 16 at Kingston and Friday, July 17 at Goshen. Advance tickets are already available on CJPB, Inc’s website www.centerjumpproball.com.
Tuesday, July 7
Poughkeepsie Roadrunners 113 at Berkshire Bulldogs 90
Canaan, NY – Aaron Armstrong set the new high marks for points and rebounds with 37 and 20 respectively, and Kevin Pegram chimed in with 31 points and 18 rebounds as the Roadrunners picked up the road win at Berkshire. Brendan Wilson had 26 points and 19 rebounds, and Shataya McComb added 18 points in the losing effort for the Bulldogs.
Hudson Valley Drive 99 at Monticello Cheetahs 90
Monticello, NY – Robert Patterson-Brown had 33 points, and Devin Williamson contributed 29 points as Hudson Valley picked up their first win of the year over their closest rival. Justin Martin put in a 41 point effort and Scott Rich added 28 points in a losing effort for Monticello.
Monday, July 6
Jaguars 90 at Hudson Valley Drive 72
Goshen, NY – Keith Johnson sets the new CJPB high mark with 29 points, Josh Marttinez added 17 points and 13 rebounds, and Christalee “Ducky” Lynch added 13 points, 15 rebounds, and 5 steals as the Jaguars improve to 2-0 on the young inaugural campaign with an 90-72 win over Hudson Valley at the Drive Sports Complex. The Drive were led by Jermaine Wiggins 23 points. Robert Patterson-Brown chimed in with 21, but the Drive females were kept in check, combining for just 8 points on the night. “We played hard but I have to do more,” said Hudson Valley’s Devan Williamson after the game. “And work more with our girls.”
Sunday, July 5
Kingston Condors 70 at Poughkeepsie Roadrunners 84
Poughkeepsie, NY - Aaron Armstrong led all scorers with 24 points, Frankee Ryan added 14 including three 4-pointers, and 6 players scored in double figures as the Roadrunners put themselves in the win column with an 84-70 win over the visiting Condors. Kingston dug them into a big hole through three quarters as they trailed by 32, but they closed the game on a massive 30-12 surge. Cordal Johnson led the Condors with 23 points, Vere Deloach contributed 21, and Jessica Paden connected for 15 in the losing effort.
Saturday, July 4
Jaguars 87 at Berkshire Bulldogs 85
Canaan, NY - Rhydeem Samedi and Keith Johnson each combined for 23 points, and Josh Martinez added 16 as the visiting Jaguars become the first worldwide regular season winners of a professional co-ed basketball game with a hard fought 87-85 victory over the Bulldogs. Doretha Brooks of the Jaguars also made history as becoming the first player to connect on a 4-point FG in a regular season game. “We saw them sagging off and so we knew we had to finish strong and take it to the rack” said Johnson after his team’s historic victory. “I have been very pleased with the level of play this afternoon,” added CJPB, Inc. President Dr. John Howard, who was in attendance. Philip Reeves had 25 points, Justin Martin added 21, and Carlee Hirt led all female scorers with 18, including connecting on a 4-ball of her own in the back and forth affair.