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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Mount O'Links

From the Laurel Hill Connection
Paul VI on a Roll
The Paul VI boys basketball team improved its record to 7-0 with three road wins in three days last week. These wins include a come-from-behind victory over Washington Catholic Athletic Conference foe, St. Mary's Ryken, along wins over Trinity Christian (N.C.) and the host Christ Church School, which helped the Panthers take home the John Stone Memorial Basketball Tournament title. Against St. Mary’s, Paul VI closed on a 17-2 run and came away with a 58-51 win. Less than 24 hours later, the Panthers posted a 65-55 win over Trinity Christian, which has made the North Carolina state semifinals five of the last six years. Blake Bozeman knocked down six 3-pointers against Trinity. The Panthers finished the tournament on Saturday with a 73-57 victory over Christ Church, courtesy of 25 points from Erick Green and several strong dunks by Raven Barber and Eugene McCrory.

Some weekly honors

Feldeine the player of the week in NEC

7 Big East teams in Top 15

Musings and Notes

Hitting the books

Doug Marrone's nickname

State of the America East

Statham to break record last night

Elo Ratings recaps Syacuse Cleveland State - we thank them for that

Big Ten recap

Mount adds five for 2010 baseball season

Axeman with his recap of the Cleveland State game

Never too early to talk tourney

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