New York state high school boys basketball championships

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Following is a list New York state high school boys basketball championships that are won in the Federation Tournament of Champions.

The championship is conducted by the New York State Federation of Secondary School Athletic Associations (NYSFSSAA) in which the winners of the various associations in New York compete:

The championship games are held each March in Glens Falls, New York at the Glens Falls Civic Center.[1] [2]

The tournament moved to Albany, New York in 2011.

Winners and Runners Up[edit]

Year Class Winner Runner Up W Score RU Score Overtimes
1981 A Brooklyn-Xaverian Mount Vernon 67 66
1981 B Malverne NYC-Tolentine 55 54
1981 C Long Island Lutheran Wyandanch 60 59
1981 D Bronx-Our Saviour Lutheran Tuckahoe 84 54
1982 A NYC- Ben Franklin Spring Valley 56 55
1982 B Syrcause-Nottingham NYC-St. Agnes 74 69
1982 C Long Island Lutheran Wyandanch 68 43
1982 D New York Mills NYC-McBurney 64 63
1983 A North Babylon NYC-Springfield Garden 87 73
1983 B Bishop Loughlin M.H.S. Buffalo-Bennett 96 68
1983 C Rochester-Charlotte Wyandanch 88 57
1983 D Bronx-Our Saviour Lutheran Brookfield 85 54
1984 A Bronx-Truman Amherst-Sweet Home 67 65 1
1984 B Buffalo-Bennett Flushing-Holy Cross 65 57
1984 C Rochester-Charlotte NYC-Dalton School 47 46
1984 D Bridgehampton Greenwood 49 47
1985 A Bronx-All Hallows Binghamton 66 63 1
1985 B Bronx-Samuel Gompers Westbury 72 54
1985 C Buffalo-Nichols Old Westbury-Wheatley 74 55
1985 D Bishop Cunningham-Oswego Bridgehampton 69 67 2
1986 A Binghamton Abraham Lincoln 79 61
1986 B Brooklyn-Xaverian Manhassett 71 70
1986 C Buffalo-Nichols Rochester-Wilson Magnet 63 59
1986 D Bridgehampton Newfield 94 57
1987 A Bronx-Our Saviour Lutheran Jamaica-Archbishop Molloy 71 61
1987 B Syracuse-Nottingham Queens-Christ the King 72 70
1987 C Niagara Falls-Trott Vocational NYC- Regis 57 86
1988 A NYC-Tolentine Bronx-Our Saviour Lutheran 95 69
1988 B NYC-Tolentine Bronx-Our Saviour Lutheran 95 69
1988 C Buffalo-Turner Carroll Stillwater 86 87
1989 A Queens-Christ the King Bronx-Adlai Stevenson 80 57
1989 B Brooklyn-Nazareth East Hampton 54 36
1989 C Lyons Buffalo-Nichols 77 70
1990 A NYC-William Grady Hempstead 78 67
1990 B Jamesville DeWitt NYC- James Monroe 72 57
1990 C Buffalo-Nichols Rensselaer 67 89
1991 A Mount Vernon Abraham Lincoln 59 49
1991 B Syracuse-Nottingham NYC-Julia Richman 65 49
1991 C Watervliet Buffalo- Turner Carroll 82 63
1992 A Bishop Loughlin M.H.S. Greece-Athena 68 57
1992 B Syracuse - Fowler Buffalo- St. Josephs 60 59
1992 C Seneca Falls-Mynderse NYC-Regis 84 91
1993 A Bronx-St. Raymonds Bronx-Walton 96 81
1993 B Norwich Buffalo-St. Josephs 75 69
1993 C NYC-Regis Whitney Point 43 41
1994 A Rice White Plains 82 54
1994 B Long Island Lutheran Norwich 71 53
1994 C Tonawanda-Cardinal OHara Syracuse-Bishop Ludden 77 72
1995 A Abraham Lincoln Queens - Christ the King 55 52
1995 B Bronx- Mount St. Michael NYC- Francis Lewis 64 39
1995 C Buffalo-Nichols Yonkers-Sacred Heart 74 44
1996 A Rice Niagara Falls-LaSalle 84 65
1996 B Peekskill Oyster Bay - St. Dominic 62 57 1
1996 C Buffalo Traditional NYC-Collegiate School 92 71
1997 A Long Island Lutheran Paul Robeson 53 50
1997 B Oyster Bay-St. Dominic Syracuse-Westhill 53 50
1997 C New Rochelle-Salesian Syracuse-CBA 65 62
1998 A Rice Long Island Lutheran 80 65
1998 B Westhampton Beach Wadleigh 62 51
1998 C Buffalo-Turner/Carroll Sidney 68 55
1999 A Rice Cardoza 93 65
1999 B Buffalo-Turner/Carroll Southampton 66 63
1999 C Lawrence Woodmere New Rochelle-Salesian 63 43
2000 A Mount Vernon Bronx- J. F. Kennedy 60 58
2000 B Manhasset-St. Mary's Amityville 55 49
2000 C Brooklyn-Poly Prep Buffalo Traditional 51 50
2001 A Bronx-St. Raymonds Schenectady 62 49
2001 B Amityville Brooklyn-Ben. Banneker 91 73
2001 C Buffalo traditional Buffalo-Canisius 65 53
2002 A Rice Syracuse-Henninger 61 53
2002 B Manhasset-St. Mary's Amityville 65 61 1
2002 C Lawrence Woodmere Rye Brook-Blind Brook 44 39
2003 A Abraham Lincoln Christ the King 75 73 1
2003 B Amityville Mineola-Chaminade 65 57
2003 C Brooklyn Friends Buffalo City Honors 69 68 1
2004 AA Mount Vernon Abraham Lincoln 66 52
2004 A Jamesville-DeWitt Buffalo - St. Josephs 77 73 1
2004 B Somers - J. F. Kennedy Brooklyn - McKinney 81 61
2004 C Blind Brook Tully 52 43
2004 D Alexander Hamilton Whitesville 50 44
2005 AA Niagara Falls Xaverian 68 65
2005 A St. Anthonys Peekskill 61 50
2005 B Regis Palmyra-Macedon 64 48
2005 C
2006 AA Mount Vernon Abraham Lincoln 62 60
2006 A Peekskill Lawrence Woodmere 81 75
2006 B Global Studies Blessed Sacrament 78 73
2007 AA Abraham Lincoln Rice 68 62
2007 A Peekskill Cardinal Hayes 44 42
2007 B Malverne Blessed Sacrament 90 81
2008 AA Abraham Lincoln Holy Cross 86 67
2008 A Jamesville-DeWitt L. I. Lutheran 70 66
2008 B Collegiate St. Agnes 57 44
2009 AA Rice Newburgh 70 68 1
2009 A Long Island Lutheran Jamesville-DeWitt 68 51
2009 B Collegiate Bishop Kearney 57 55
2010 AA Christ the King Boys and Girls 52 49
2010 A [Buffalo-Nichols] Jamesville-DeWitt 65 43
2010 B Collegiate Queens-Teaching 61 41
2011 AA Mount Vernon Christ the King 84 78 (OT)
2011 A Long Island Lutheran Manhasset-St. Mary's 78 51
2011 B Collegiate New Rochelle-Salesian 48 46
2014

[on 3/16/14 an entry declaring Cardozo HS was deleted as the Federation Tournament has not yet taken place. The 2014 tournament will be held 3/21 through 3/23 in Albany's Times Union Center.]

See also[edit]

List of New York state high school league conferences

References[edit]