* Cresskill senior F Sean Kelly raised his game in three victories last week. Kelly had 20 points, eight rebounds and three assists in a Jamboree win over Hackensack. He had 20 points and 10 rebounds against Park Ridge, and 30 points and seven rebounds against Hawthorne Christian to help clinch the NJIC Patriot Division title.
* Dwight Morrow senior G Sidney Dawkins had a big week that included surpassing 1,000 career points. He had 18 points to surpass 1,000, as well as 14 rebounds, five assists and five steals in a 58-53 win over Cliffside Park. He also produced 28 points, a career-high 21 rebounds, six steals and four assists in an 86-83 double-overtime win over Ridgefield Park.
* Mahwah’s Kevin Tremblay and Kyle Remo each had double-doubles last week. Remo, a senior F, had 10 points and 13 rebounds in a 48-37 win against River Dell. Tremblay, a senior G, had 10 points and 11 assists in a 65-55 victory over Dumont.
* Midland Park senior Ron Kruis had back-to-back outstanding games shooting the three-pointer. Kruis hit seven threes and scored 29 points in a 63-45 defeat of Saddle River Day. He hit eight treys and scored 28 in a 66-64 loss to Waldwick.
* The Passaic County semifinals are scheduled for Saturday at Kennedy. Third-seeded Wayne Valley will play second-seeded Kennedy at 1:45 p.m. Top-seeded Eastside is set to take on fourth-seeded West Milford at 3:30.
* The semifinals of the first annual Tim Thomas/James Hargrove Passaic County freshman showcase are scheduled for Friday night at International High School in Paterson. Passaic Tech will play Passaic at 6 p.m. and Wayne Hills will meet Wayne Valley at 7:30. The inaugural tournament is sponsored and organized by former Paterson Catholic star Tim Thomas, a 1997 NBA lottery pick who played 13 seasons in the league, and ex-Kennedy standout James Hargrove, now a Kennedy varsity assistant coach.
* Paterson Charter freshman F Armoni Sexton scored a career-high 41 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, blocked six shots and recorded five steals in the Lions’ 94-60 win against Saddle Brook on Saturday. In three wins last week against Saddle Brook, Wood-Ridge and Wallington, the 6-feet-8 Sexton averaged 25.7 points, 8.7 rebounds, 5.3 steals and 4.3 blocks. Overall this season, Sexton has clicked for 18.4 points, 9.0 rebounds, 3.6 blocks, 2.7 steals and 2.1 assists per game.
* Senior G Jon Tobal has been a consistent factor for Pompton Lakes, which remains above .500 and has qualified for the North 1, Group 1 playoffs. Tobal is averaging a team-high 15.6 points for the 10-8 Cardinals.
* Ridgefield (15-3) won three games last week to stretch its winning streak to six. Senior F Sammy Cekic averaged 13 rebounds against Lyndhurst, Leonia and Kinnelon. Sophomore G John Biggiani scored a career-high 27 against Lyndhurst and is averaging 8.0 assists.
* Ridgewood senior F Brendan Kandel has returned from last month’s concussion with renewed energy. Kandel averaged 19.7 points and 14.0 rebounds in three wins last week, and he scored a team-high 23 in Sunday’s 81-61 loss to top-seeded Don Bosco in the Bergen Jamboree quarterfinals. He suffered the concussion after being hit by a car while crossing the street, according to coach Mike Troy.
* Teaneck freshman G Ja’Quaye James punctuated a standout week with a strong performance at the Bergen Jamboree. James averaged 21.5 points in four wins. With All-Bergen sophomore G Leondre Washington on the bench in foul trouble, James emerged and totaled four three-pointers and scored 18 in Saturday’s 75-54 quarterfinal victory over Ramapo.
* Weehawken (14-3) forged a 10-game winning streak that featured last week’s 45-43 victory over St. Mary. During the streak, senior F McKay LeDuke scored in double figures nine times and averaged 15.7 points. During the streak, senior G Alain Ravelo averaged 13.6 points. He has averaged 18.8 over the past four games.
* Wood-Ridge senior C Will Cook had a very productive week. Cook averaged 27.7 points in three games against Wallington, Paterson Charter and Becton. He shot 27-for-41 from the field and 31-for-36 from the foul line.