Teaneck's Hernandez Puts on a Show

By Mattura, Greg | The Record (Bergen County, NJ), February 4, 2013 | Go to article overview

Teaneck's Hernandez Puts on a Show


Mattura, Greg, The Record (Bergen County, NJ)


TENAFLY - Joel Hernandez has expanded his game in so many ways and firmly established himself as Bergen County's top boys basketball player.

Top-seeded Teaneck opened the Bergen Jamboree in search of a third consecutive title, and Hernandez led the charge in the 82-52 victory over Mahwah in Sunday's round of 16 at Tenafly.

Hernandez, a 6-foot-3 senior swingman and Division I recruit, stroked six three-pointers and scored a game-high 31 points in the first three quarters, and Teaneck (17-2) will face No. 8 Cresskill in Sunday's quarterfinals at Ramapo College in Mahwah.

"I think I've become more of a leader and become more of an all- around player as far as passing the ball and rebounding," Hernandez said.

"He's had a great senior year, and I think that he's got to be having one of the best seasons in the state of New Jersey," Teaneck coach Jerome Smart said. "His game has stretched, and he's scoring in so many different ways."

Hernandez's forte last season was attacking the basket, but he has extended his shooting range to the NBA three-point line. Mahwah (12-9) and other opponents often play zone against the Highwaymen, and that leaves Hernandez open beyond 20 feet. …

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