JV Boys’ Basketball Falls to Stony Point 67-61 in Final Home Game of Season

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  • Point guard Robbie Jeng ’21 goes around an enemy Tiger to try and get to where his teammate can pass him the ball. This was the last home game for the JV boys’ basketball team this season. “We were hitting our shots and we’d been working all practice. We knew we were going to be good this game,” Jeng said.

  • Small forward Carson Turner ’22 blocks an enemy Tiger from making a shot. The Warriors have a high defense always jumping and doing whatever they can to try and block Stony Point from gaining points.

  • Small forward Vinay Majjiga ’22 springs into the air performing a jump shot to score for the Warriors. The Warriors’ strong offensive play during the first half of the game kept them at a a three to five point lead.

  • Shooting guard Josh Choy ’22 faces two Stony Point players as the Tigers have control of the ball. Choy watches his opponent carefully so he is ready for whatever move they will make.

  • Power forward Josef Borkowski ’21 and small forward Vinay Majjiga ’22 both leap into the air in hopes of rebounding the ball. Majjiga was able to successfully get the ball putting it back in the Warriors’ control.

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The JV boys’ basketball team played their last home game of the 2019-2020 season on Friday, Feb. 14. The Warriors faced off against the Stony Point Tigers, and ended up losing the game 67-61.

“It felt like every home game but there was a voice in the back of my head saying ‘This is our last home game; We need to play our hardest.’” center Eric Cadar ‘22 said.

The Warriors started off strong scoring within the first couple minutes of the game giving them a three point lead. The first period ended with the Warriors in the lead with 14-11.

Continuing the excitement into the second period, the Warriors finished still leading with 33-28. Despite being thrown off a little by the Tigers’ playing style, the Warriors were able to bounce back.

“We were adjusted accordingly and were able to match up well with them,” point guard Robbie Jeng ‘21 said.

In the second half of the game, however, the Tigers stole the lead. The third period continued to have a fluctuation in scoring going back and forth between the Warriors and the Tigers, and concluded with the Tigers emerging with an eight point lead 49-41. Ultimately, the Warriors could not keep the lead and ended the fourth period 67-61, unfortunately losing the last home game of the season.

The Warriors will conclude their season with a final match against the Cedar Ridge Raiders away from home on Tuesday, Feb. 8.