By Mike Zacchio
The Westchester Knicks became a winning team for the first time in the franchise’s short history Wednesday, notching a 100-94 victory over the Erie Bayhawks during a matinee at Westchester County Center.
Every Westchester (4-3) participant scored, including double-digit performances by all five starters. Langston Galloway paced the pack with 22 points, one shy of the franchise record for the first-year team.
In the closing minutes of the first half, New York Knicks President Phil Jackson casually strolled into the County Center to have a seat next to Westchester general manager and former Knicks star Allan Houston.
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