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Ravens’ best season ends a point short in state semifinals

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NEWARK – O’Koye Parker hit a free throw with 2.4 seconds remaining on the clock to life 19th-seeded Caravel past No. 2 St. Thomas More, 48-47, in the semifinal round of the boys’ state basketball tournament March 9 at the Bob Carpenter Center. The Buccaneers will advance to meet Smyrna for the title on Saturday.

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Ravens hold off Appoquinimink, advance to boys hoops semis for first time

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NEWARK – St. Thomas More has advanced to the DIAA boys basketball tournament semifinal round for the first time after beating a pesky Appoquinimink team, 48-40, on March 5 at the Bob Carpenter Center. The Ravens, 19-3 and seeded second, raced out to a 13-point halftime lead and withstood a Jags rally to advance, where they will meet No. 19 Caravel on Thursday night. Read more »

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Fourth-quarter surge gives Ravens much-needed win

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CHESTER, Pa. – St. Thomas More’s boys basketball team did not have much time between games on Thursday night and Friday at noon, and coach Cheston Boyd was concerned about how it would affect his team. On top of that, they had given up a late lead and suffered a heartbreaking two-point loss on Thursday.

Well, the Ravens answered their coach on both fronts. They had the legs to play with a lot of energy in their second game in 18 hours, and they overcame an eight-point deficit to defeat Coatesville (Pa.) in the 12th annual Pete and Jameer Nelson Classic on the campus of Widener University. Read more »

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Despite losses, St. Thomas More basketball teams have bright days ahead

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NEWARK – The most successful seasons for both the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams at St. Thomas More came to an end over the weekend at the Bob Carpenter Center. The Ravens’ boys, seeded 14th, lost on March 6 to St. Georges Tech, 45-39, while the fifth-seeded girls fell to Concord, 60-47, the day before.

The boys, fresh off an upset of the third seed, Dover, fell behind early, 5-0, but went on a 14-4 run and led at the end of the first period, 14-9. That run included three-pointers by Alvin West and Greg Bloodsworth. Another triple by Bloodsworth and two putbacks by big man Aaron Scott fueled a 12-4 start to the second quarter, but the Hawks scored the final four points of the half and trailed, 26-17, at intermission. Read more »

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St. Thomas More boys roll to 68-44 win at Brandywine

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BRANDYWINE HUNDRED — Four players scored in double figures as St. Thomas More captured a 68-44 win over Brandywine on Thursday afternoon. Junior Aaron Scott led the way with 16.

He was joined by senior Kobe Morris (15), sophomore Greg Bloodsworth (11) and junior Zion Cole (10). The Ravens were ahead by six after the first quarter and took control with a dominating second stanza, going into halftime with a 38-23 advantage. The offense continued after the break, and the lead grew steadily. Read more »

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Athletic Ravens poised to make noise on boys basketball scene

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MAGNOLIA – A solid foundation, along with some new blood, has brought an excitement to the air surrounding the boys’ basketball team at St. Thomas More Academy.

Coach Cheston Boys returns several key players to a team that went 9-11 last season. Senior Kobe Morris leads the way, along with sophomore Greg Bloodsworth and junior Corey Gordon. Two other juniors, Aaron Scott and Zion Cole, round out the starting five. The Ravens also have added Elias Revelle, a junior who played at Howard last season. Read more »

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