St. John's Jesuit's Anthony Glover, Jr. (4) moves against Central Catholic's Thomas Vetter (33).
St. John’s Jesuit bolted to an 11-point lead after the first quarter, but the rest was all Central Catholic in Friday night’s boys basketball showdown for first place in the Three Rivers Athletic Conference. Central clamped down, holding the Titans to eight points in the middle quarters. During that defensive stranglehold, the Irish took control and rolled to a 55-37 victory before a sellout crowd of 1,775 at St. John’s. FULL STORY PHOTO GALLERY
What Rogers did to Scott on Friday night hadn't taken place in more than two months. The Bulldogs boys basketball team had been on an impressive roll. No one had dealt them a loss for 10 straight games. Rogers came in to Ben E. Williams Fieldhouse on Friday night and spoiled Senior Night for the Bulldogs by pulling off a 65-53 victory in a key City League matchup. FULL STORY PHOTO GALLERY