HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP Brunswick basketball falls to St. Luke’s

January 12, 2019

In an FAA basketball matchup featuring rival squads, Brunswick School dropped a 64-52 decision to FAA foe St. Luke’s on Friday night in Dann Gymnasium

The Bruins’ record stands at 2-9 overall and 1-6 in league play, following the loss. St. Luke’s, meanwhile, raised its record to 5-0 in FAA play and 7-5 overall.

In the first half, there were six lead changes before St. Luke’s took the lead for good at 14-12 with 8:25 remaining on a goaltending call by the Bruins. Leading 27-25 at the 1:53 mark, the Storm closed out the opening half with an 8-1 run, to seize 35-26 advantage.

The second half saw St. Luke’s extend its lead to 39-26 with a pair early baskets. The Storm held a 45-32 lead with 12:24 remaining, before the Bruins countered with a 9-4 run over the next 2:49 of action. A Khari Wilson jumper capped the run, as Brunswick trailed 47-41 with 9:35 left.

Forward Chisom Okpara led the Bruins with 17 points, while Wilson finished with 15 points. Ryan Mulshine chipped in eight points, including two three-pointers for Brunswick.

Brunswick returns to action in a non-league game at Storm King on Friday.


After being defeated by Greenwich Academy in the first meeting between the team teams, Canterbury School evened the score on Friday.

Jessica Ware, a Greenwich resident, made 19 saves for Canterbury in its 4-1 win over Greenwich Academy at Chelsea Piers in Stamford.

Greenwich Academy’s record is 5-5-1 on the season. Eliza Bowman scored the game’s first goal for the Gators at the 3:01 mark of the opening period.

Grace Schulze assisted on Bowman’s tally. Katherine Hesslink tallied the equalizer at the 12:21 mark of the second period, while teammate Maddy Hackett made it 2-1 with 10:40 remaining in the second period.

Sophia Ferguson and Hackett added third-period goals in the third period for the victors. For Greenwich Academy, Schulze, Bobbi Roca and Ava Butz paced the play.

“We battled the whole way against a good Canterbury team,” GA coach Erin Brawley said. “Jess Ware, their goalie was the star of the game. She made a lot of great saves.”


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