Upper School

  • Basketball - JV

    2019 - 2020
    Head Coach: Philip Sheehey

Schedule

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Home
Scrimmage
vs.
Mt Hebron
Away
Scrimmage
Cancelled
vs.
Lake Clifton HS
Away
League
vs.
St Marie Goretti
Loss 45-53
St Maria Goretti High School
Home
Scrimmage
vs.
Polytech Institute
Iglehart - IGLGym - IGLGym
Home
League
vs.
Gilman School
Win 48-41
Away
League
vs.
St Frances Academy
Loss 35-44
St. Frances Academy
Home
League
vs.
Calvert Hall
Loss 42-61
Home
League
vs.
Annapolis Area Christian School
Win 56-46
Home
vs.
St Paul's School for Boys
Away
Tournament

JV Showcase - $8 Adults $ Children under 12 and students with Proper ID

Non-League
vs.
Parkville HS
Win 34-31
ARCHBISHOP CURLEY HS
Away

JV Showcase $8 Adults $ Children under 12 and students with Proper ID

Non-League
vs.
City
ARCHBISHOP CURLEY HS
Home
Rescheduled
League
vs.
Mt St Joseph High School
Loss 31-56
Away
vs.
Pikesville HS
Win 56-33
Home
League
vs.
McDonogh High School
Win 40-34
Away
League
vs.
Glenelg Country School
Loss 35-41
Glenelg Country School
Home
League
vs.
Gerstell Academy
Win 66-26
Away
League
vs.
Our Lady of Mt Carmel School
Loss 55-62
Our Lady of Mt Carmel
Home
League
vs.
Glenelg Country School
Loss 40-43
Away
League
vs.
Gilman School
Win 60-54
Home
League
vs.
Loyola Blakefield
Loss 35-48
Home
League
vs.
St Vincent Pallotti HS
Loss 49-61
Away
League
vs.
McDonogh High School
Win 62-52
Away
League
vs.
John Carroll High School
Win 52-49
John Carroll HS
Home
League
vs.
Mt St Joseph High School
Loss 31-56
Away

$5 Gate Charge $3 Students to benefit One Love

League
vs.
Archbishop Spalding
Loss 48-62
Archbishop Spalding
Away

$5 Gate Fee - under 12 free

League
vs.
St Vincent Pallotti HS
Loss 52-56
St Vincent Pallotti
Away
League
vs.
Annapolis Area Christian School
Win 63-50
Annapolis Area Christian School
Away
League
vs.
Gerstell Academy
Win 68-52
Overall Statistics
W L T %
11 11 0 50

About

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