Down seven at halftime, the Eagles use a 36-point fourth quarter to advance to Class AAAA title game.
The Crusaders' sophomore guard hit six three-pointers en route to 25 points in Judge's 64-49 win over Bonner-Prendie
With the girls high school basketball postseason also underway, let’s take a look at how some of the Northeast-area squads have performed on the hardwood:
George Washington High has never been known as a basketball power. After this season, that’s no longer the case.
The basketball playoffs have arrived in full force. Here’s a look at how the other area boys teams are making out:
The Lions punctuated their first varsity season in the Public League with the school's first playoff victory.
Win or loss, the Swenson boys basketball team approached its first-ever playoff berth with no regrets.
A great couple of days continued for the Vikings on Thursday, throttling Edison 103-73 in a Class AAAA preliminary round playoff contest. Team manager Glenn Shapley, who has cerebral palsy, scored five points, including a picture-perfect three-pointer.
Glenn Shapley, who has cerebral palsy, has been the boys varsity basketball manager at Northeast for the last three seasons. On Monday, he scored his first-ever varsity points.
At 6-foot-2, Pat Mulville is an undersized big man in the Catholic League, often charged with the thankless task of guarding the opposition’s tallest player. In a league this good, it’s a job that requires the senior forward to bring his hard hat into the lane for every game.