Boys’ basketball falls in close game to Norwalk Bears


Campbell Armstrong, Sports Editor

On Wednesday, February 1st, the boys basketball team, led by senior co-captains Tyler Sweeney and Mike Svagdis, fell to the Norwalk Bears 43-42. While the boys were able to work together and

Senior Co-Captain Tyler Sweeney shoots a free throw with all eyes on him during a scrimmage in practice. Photo by Joelle Anselmo

push each other to grab many points in the first half, their second half effort was not enough to top Norwalk’s team. 

Senior Timmy Russo looks for a clean pass to make to a teammate during practice. Photo by Joelle Anselmo

With a score of 21-19 at the half, the Rams were hopeful to stay in the lead and pull out their fourth win. Senior co-captain Tyler Sweeney shot 16 points, along with junior Luke Crawford who put up 9, and senior Charlie Grow who put up  5.  Junior Nick Crovatto threw up a buzzer beater which missed, leaving the boys with a 3-11 record. Senior James Crovatto was disappointed that the Rams were not able to come away with the win. “To see my brother be able to shoot the buzzer beater was a really exciting.”

So far this season, the boys have won against Greenwich, Bridgeport Central, and Trinity Catholic. After a recent 38-61 loss against McMahon, the boys have another chance to come away with a victory when they take on rival Darien Blue Wave on their home court on Friday, February 17th at 5 pm.


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