Mount St. Joe rolls through BCL, on to Alhambra

By Catholic Review Staff
The boys’ basketball team from Mount St. Joseph handled Archbishop Spalding, 73-56, Feb. 25 in the championship game of the 42nd annual Baltimore Catholic League tournament.
It was the Gaels’ fifth tournament championship, all under veteran coach Pat Clatchey, who recorded the 501st victory of his career. Senior guard Kameron Williams, with 14 points, led a balanced effort at Loyola University Maryland’s Reitz Arena.
St. Joe junior Phil Booth was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player.
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The Gaels will continue their season in the 53rd annual Alhambra Catholic Invitational at Frostburg State University March 14-16. St. Frances Academy, the regular season BCL champion, which was upset by Mount Carmel in the quarterfinals, had previously received an invitation.
Cumberland’s Bishop Walsh is the tournament host. Other invitees include DeMatha of Hyattsville, the defending champion.
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