Pope John defeats N. Hunterdon on hardwood


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  • Pope John's Aaron Clarke takes the ball towards the hoop in the the fourth period.




  • Pope John's D'Andre Reed in the midst of a shot makes contact with North Hunterdon defender Paul Woolhouse in the third period. Reed scored four points and grabbed three rebounds.




  • North Hunterdon's Paul Woolhouse comes down with the ball during a rebound in the third period. Woolhouse grabbed 18 rebounds.




  • Pope John's Eddie Davis raises the ball towards the hoop in the fourth period. Davis scored 12 points and was named all-tournament team player.




  • Pope John's Tahji Hooks handles the ball. Hooks scored three points and grabbed six rebounds.




  • Pope John's DiAndre South raises the ball towards the hoop in the fourth period. South scored 15 points.




  • Pope John's DiAndre South handles the ball during the fourth period.




  • Pope John's Aaron Clarke holds the ball and focuses from the foul line in the fourth period. Clarke scored 20 points and was named Most Valuable Player (MVP).




— Pope John XXIII Regional High School (Sparta, N.J.) defeated North Hunterdon High School (Annandale, N.J.) in boys varsity basketball on Friday, February 23, 2018. The final score was 70-63. The Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament final took place at Sparta High School.

Aaron Clarke led eighth-seeded Pope John by scoring a game high 20 points. And was named Most Valuable Player (MVP). Marcus Hopkins scored 17 points and DiAndre South scored 15 points respectively. Eddie Davis scored 12 points and was named all-tournament team player.

Michael DelSantro led sixth-seeded North Hunterdon by scoring 14 points. Paul Woolhouse scored 12 points. Xander Braun scored 9 points.

— Photos by George Leroy Hunter










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