Steady Improvement to a Successful Season

Eighth-grader Logan Elmore (with ball) has some big shoes to fill and seems poised to do just that and more.
Eighth-grader Logan Elmore (with ball) has some big shoes to fill and seems poised to do just that and more.
Michael Phillips (22) could already hold his own at the high school level. This kid is going to be fun to watch.
Michael Phillips (22) could already hold his own at the high school level. This kid is going to be fun to watch.
Lens Jean-Pierre (15), another talented eighth-grader worked hard this year improving greatly.
Lens Jean-Pierre (15), another talented eighth-grader worked hard this year improving greatly.
Luca Rombaldi (3) working his way up court, was a part of this year’s thrilling victories.
Luca Rombaldi (3) working his way up court, was a part of this year’s thrilling victories.
Eighth-grader Rasahn Thompson shows good speed and physicality and should do well at Whitman
Eighth-grader Rasahn Thompson shows good speed and physicality and should do well at Whitman
Joseph Chandler (5) finds room to move and heads to the basket.
Joseph Chandler (5) finds room to move and heads to the basket.
Anthony Collado (12) powers his way for a basket. I see a Gold Key in his future.
Anthony Collado (12) powers his way for a basket. I see a Gold Key in his future.

The Stimson Boys Basketball Team ended their season with a record of 6-4.  Logan Elmore and Michael Phillips captained the team.  Phillips led the team in scoring while averaging 18 points per game.  Lens Jean-Pierre, Luca Rombaldi, and Rasahn Thompson had solid seasons as well.  The Wildcats had some thrilling victories this year with a 6 point win over Northport, a 1 point win over Hauppauge, and a 2 point win over Kings Park.  Coach Karcz is very proud of all the players.  They came to work hard on a daily basis to get better individually and as a team.  I believe they all accomplished this.  I look forward to seeing the players continue to improve in the future. 

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