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Making it count

“I think what I'll always remember the most is having fun playing basketball for an extra few years with my best friends.” — Dylan McHugh on playing basketball for St. Matthew CYO.


Leukemia Crusade

“We're going to play basketball and stuff our faces all night while raising money for a great cause. How can you beat that?” — Father Judge senior Anthony Walker on the school's basketball marathon.



All in the family

As part of a Somerton blended family composed of 10 siblings, these sisters know all too well what it's like to also be part of a basketball family.



Do you believe in miracles? St. Hubert says yes!

“We never held a funeral. To me, we were always a body with a pulse.” — St. Hubert athletic director Mike Prendergast on remaining optimistic



Newer depths

“The last thing I want to do is look back on these four years and say I didn’t get to experience high school.” — Little Flower sophomore Rose Clare Pisacano



Father Judge has plenty to cheer about

“It was a great feeling. We finally accomplished our goal. Competing on a national level is nerve-wracking, but a lot of fun. We received a lot of encouragement from our fans and the junior varsity team.” — Cheerleader Megan McGinley, a junior at St. Hubert High School.