Stepinac fell 78-56 to Bishop Loughin in tonight’s CHSAA semifinals in a game that wasn’t very close from the outset. As Dan has already chronicled, the Crusaders started 6 for 32 from the field and 2 for 16 from 3-point land. Very quickly, it was evident their season would soon be over.
Dan has covered the written version, so I’ll bring you a couple other items from our coverage.
First, here’s Seth Harrison’s slideshow from the game:
And here’s my video of senior Josh James, who, on the night he received his plaque for first-team all-CHSAA honors, finished his career with one of his best games. The Greenburgh native had 34 points and eight rebounds, salvaging something for Stepinac on a night where he didn’t have much help.
Here are James’ thoughts on the game and his team’s 20-8 season, which included the program’s first trip to the semifinals of the city tournament since 1985-86: