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Basketball Basketball - Boys' Junior Varsity
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Rectory School
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Rectory School
Rectory School
528 Pomfret Street
Pomfret, CT 06258
FROM BOSTON: Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) west to exit 10  (Auburn). After the toll booth, take I-395 South to exit 97 (route 44 to Putnam or Providence). At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Route 44 West. Travel on Route 44 through Putnam and proceed about five miles to the intersection of Routes 97, 169 and 44 in Pomfret. Turn left on  Routes 44 and 169. Rectory School will be 1/4 mile on the right.

FROM HARTFORD: Take Route I-84 East to exit 69 (Willington). At the end  of the exit ramp, turn right onto Route 74. Follow Route 74 East until  it ends at Route 44. Take Route 44 East to Pomfret. Rectory School will  be on the left after you have passed Pomfret School.

FROM PROVIDENCE: Take Route I-95 North to Route 6. Take Route 6 West to  Route I-395 North. Follow Route 395 to exit 93 (Dayville). At the end of the ramp, turn left onto Route 101. Follow Route 101 to the center of  Pomfret at the intersection of Routes 101 and 169. Turn right onto Route 169. Rectory School is located approximately two miles on the left  (just after you pass Pomfret School).
Loss 54-44

Ehmil Johnson '21 and Danny Moors '20 combined for 22 points, but it was not enough as Rectory School earned a hard-fought 54-44 victory over Marianapolis in a game at Pomfret, CT.

     Sean-Patrick Houssan '21 played his best game of the season, hitting three key three-pointers to finish with nine points.  Co-captains Ryan Martin '20 and Luke Lageman '19 played tough inside defense and rebounded well for the Golden Knights (8-3 overall), who have lost back-to-back games for the first time this year.

     Houssan and Ethan Gosper '20 kept Marianapolis close in the first half, scoring nearly half the team's points to limit the deficit to 20-17.  Despite Johnson's 12 second-half points, the Golden Knights were only able to close to within six points in the final three minutes.

     Rectory School played a smart game overall and made a bevy of free throws down the stretch to secure the victory.  Their man-to-man defense stifled Marianapolis at times and held the squad well under their usual total of between 55 and 60.

     Marianapolis needs to reset after a tough stretch and finish strong over the final three weeks of the season, starting with a home rematch against Beaver Country Day School on Wednesday, February 13.