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  • Highlights: Bronte Fougere's go-ahead bucket lifts Kentridge over Bellarmine, 60-59

    No. 6 Kentridge was able to overcome two years’ worth of demons with its 60-59 victory over eighth-ranked Bellarmine Prep in a nonleague matchup on Wednesday on the Chargers’ home court — though Bellarmine coach Kevin Meines said it felt like a game meant for a different stage.

No. 6 Kentridge was able to overcome two years’ worth of demons with its 60-59 victory over eighth-ranked Bellarmine Prep in a nonleague matchup on Wednesday on the Chargers’ home court — though Bellarmine coach Kevin Meines said it felt like a game meant for a different stage. By TJ Cotterill tcotterill@thenewstribune.com
No. 6 Kentridge was able to overcome two years’ worth of demons with its 60-59 victory over eighth-ranked Bellarmine Prep in a nonleague matchup on Wednesday on the Chargers’ home court — though Bellarmine coach Kevin Meines said it felt like a game meant for a different stage. By TJ Cotterill tcotterill@thenewstribune.com

‘If we can beat them, we can beat anybody’: Kentridge’s thrilling finish beats Bellarmine, 60-59

December 07, 2016 10:53 PM