Boys Basketball

Mahin Chowdhury, Staff Writer

The varsity boys basketball team has made an incredible comeback from their 1-19 season last year. This year, its 7-13 record has brought them to the state tournament to compete on the road against Mountain Lakes High School on February 28.
Christopher Ward, the varsity coach, feels like the team has a good chance in the tournament.
“If we come out and play to our ability, we could definitely make a run in states,” Ward said. “The team has been inconsistent with its ups and down, but we need to come out with the intensity that we’re capable of, and if we do that, I believe that we can play with any team.”
Next year, Ward looks to change the dynamics of the team.  With returning varsity starters Phil Habib, Joe Frascella, and Travis Peene, the Bears basketball team looks to have an even better record next year.