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Queens South Basketball Final Scores [Week 7 (Playoff Semifinals) -- 4/21/22]:
102 PCT 0
103 PCT 2
108 PCT 48
113 PCT 67
Player of the Week:
Tymell Stevenson (#7 burgundy, pictured center) scored 9 points yet pushed the tempo on offense and facilitated the basketball for the 113th Precinct as they defeated the 108th Precinct, 67-48, in the Queens South playoff semifinals. The win advances the 113th Precinct to next week's championship game against the 103rd Precinct. Stevenson is a senior attending Brooklyn Democracy Academy (BDA) in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn, NY and is a member of his high school's varsity boys' basketball team. This marks back-to-back weeks for teammates of BDA to win the "Player of the Week" award as T.J. Morris received the award last week for the 113th Precinct's win over the 108th Precinct. It also marks the third time for high school teammates to win the the "Player of the Week" award as Ibrahima Sanoh and Ibrahim Thiero from John Adams High School earned the award in weeks 2 and 3 of the season and Bart Sawon and Hubert Kadyszewski tallied the award in weeks 4 and 5 of the season. Stevenson's favorite food to eat is baked ziti and likes to listen to music from Meek Mill before his games. His favorite movie is Spider-Man: No Way Home and favorite television channel is ESPN. In addition, Stevenson's favorite athlete is 4-time NBA scoring champion and 2-time NBA champion Kevin Durant. His favorite team is the current home of his favorite player, the Brooklyn Nets.
Cop of the Week:
In this week of Cops & Kids Basketball in the Queens South division, School Safety Agent Janella Willis (pictured left) receives "Cop of the Week" honors. As the 113th Precinct team's head coach, SSA Willis has served as the master motivator throughout the season as she guides her team to next week's championship game against the 103rd Precinct. In addition to recently joining the NYPD as a school safety agent, Willis is in her 9th year working for PAL where she is currently an Evening Teen Center Recreation Specialist at the PAL Edward Byrne Center, the home of the Cops & Kids Basketball: Queens South division. Willis played girls' basketball throughout all four years of high school. She first played at August Martin High School (Jamaica, NY) for three years before transferring to the High School for Law Enforcement & Public Safety (Jamaica, NY), which is located adjacent to the PAL Edward Byrne Center, for her senior year in 2015-16. Willis' favorite basketball player is James Harden and is a huge sneaker aficionado. Willis has been a school safety agent for five months and has been stationed at Beach Channel High School (Rockaway Park, NY) for a month. Willis also has future aspirations of entering the field as an NYPD police officer.
(Written by & Photo credit to Jamal LaForce, PAL Sports Coordinator)