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Shrewsbury defeats Holy Name in boys” basketball

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

Shrewsbury High School's Jeff Svendsen (#23, right) and Joe Freeman (#31, left) have Holy Name Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School's Joe Caico (#20, with ball) boxed in.

Shrewsbury High School's Jeff Svendsen (#23, right) and Joe Freeman (#31, left) have Holy Name Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School's Joe Caico (#20, with ball) boxed in.

Shrewsbury – The Shrewsbury High School Colonials boys’ basketball team hosted the Holy Name Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School Naps for a non-league game Dec. 23. After a slow start, the Colonials opened it up in the second quarter to take a 30-15 lead at half-time.? In the second half, the Colonials maintained their momentum and defeated the Naps 54-39.

Photos/Chris Wraight

Shrewsbury High School's Mike West (#21, left) gets his shot off as Holy Name Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School's Fodee Kromah (#40, front right) defends, along with his teammate Jeff Holland (#12, rear).

Shrewsbury High School's Mike West (#21, left) gets his shot off as Holy Name Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School's Fodee Kromah (#40, front right) defends, along with his teammate Jeff Holland (#12, rear).

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