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GIRLS RESULTS - Jan. 3 & 5, 2014


Sun. Jan. 5 - 7:00pm -
Roselle Catholic HS 61 - Mount Saint Dominic Academy 21

Jan. 3 - 5:15pm -
Saint Anthony HS vs. St. Dominic's Academy - CANCELLED DUE TO SNOW


BOYS RESULTS - Jan. 3 - 5, 2014


Sat. Jan. 4 - 7:00pm -
Pope John XIII HS 75 - St. Mary's HS (Elizabeth) 58

Sat. Jan. 4 - 8:30pm -
Cardinal Hayes (NYC) 67 - Saint Peter's Prep 47

Sun. Jan. 5 - 12:00pm -
Hudson Catholic HS 68 - Marist HS 41

Sun. Jan. 5 - 1:45pm -
St. Joseph's HS (Metuchen) 82 - Woodbridge HS 45

Sun. Jan. 5 - 3:30pm -
St. Benedict's Prep 69 - Trenton Catholic Academy 53

Sun. Jan. 5 - 5:15pm -
Roselle Catholic HS 61 - Union HS 42

Fri. Jan. 3 - 7:00pm -
Saint Anthony HS vs. Newark Central HS - CANCELLED DUE TO SNOW

Fri. Jan. 3 - 8:30pm -
Seton Hall Prep vs. Union Catholic HS - CANCELLED DUE TO SNOW

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The 11th Annual Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children Basketball Festival took place January 3-5 to honor and appreciate the talents of all the student-athletes from New Jersey's top high school basketball teams.

The weekend was highlighted by St. Joseph's High School with an exceptional performance from Karl-Anthony Towns and Marques Townes, defeated Woodbridge High School on Sunday with a score of 82-45. The "Town(e)s" duo dominated the game with a total of 47 points and 14 assists. Karl-Anthony Townes, headed to Kentucky, led the team with 14 rebounds, 8 assists, 9 blocks, and went 7-7 from the free throw line. Teammate, Marques Townes, connected on 12 of 16 field goals and had a game high of 27 points. Josh Olowookere led Woodbridge High School with 13 points. A huge congratulations to Vincent Porcelli from Woodbridge High School and Michael Cintron from St. Joseph's High School for receiving the SFIC-Investors Bank Academic Excellence Award.

Cardinal Hayes had an impressive win over Saint Peters Prep on Saturday by a score of 67 - 47. The Cardinals had a huge third quarter scoring 29 points, allowing the Maruaders to only score 10. Mustafa Jones, committed to Central Connecticut State, led the Cardinals with 21 points and seven rebounds. Veer Singh and Austin White each had 13 points for St. Peter's Prep Marauders. Vic Jusino from St. Peter's Prep and Chinedu Nathan Ekwu from Cardinal Hayes High School received the SFIC-Investors Bank Academic Excellence Award for their teams.

On Sunday, Saint Benedict's Prep defeated Trenton Catholic Academy 69-53. Malachi Richardson, a transfer from Roselle Catholic, led Trenton Catholic Academy with 22 points, 8 rebounds, and went 8-9 from the free throw line. Freshman Trevon Duval led Saint Benedict's Prep with a high of 16 points and went 8-9 from the free throw line. Elijah Cain, currently undeclared, went 4 for 4 from the free throw line with 14 points. Jonathan Williams is headed to Virginia Commonwealth University and the recipient of the SFIC Academic Excellence Award from Saint Benedict's Prep. Tennyson Lewis received the award for Trenton Catholic Academy.

Pope John XXII High School beat Saint Mary's High School Elizabeth on Saturday with a score of 75 - 58. Center, Moustapha Diagne, led the team with 15 rebounds, 6 assists, and a high of 20 points for Pope John XXIII. Robert Lewis Jr., 13 points, and Tyreke Woodard, 14 points, led Saint Mary's High School. In other action, senior J.R. Lynch, helped lead Hudson Catholic to a 68-41 win over Marist High School. Lynch connected on 9 out of 10 field goals and had a game high of 21 points. Logan Santiago was the leading scorer for Marist High School with 10 points.

The following student-athletes were the recipients of the SFIC - Investors Bank Academic Excellence Award: J.R. Lynch from Hudson Catholic High School, Mark Jones from Marist High School, Timothy McCabe from Pope ohn XXIII High School, and Jamie Okoli from Saint Mary's High School.



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