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Rangers on Patrol: Reading knocks Hillsdale off Paterson perch

History has officially been reshaped. The Hillsdale Hornets run of seven straight Pat Paterson Holiday Classic championships is now a thing of the past, as the Reading Rangers relied on a bunch of kids who were merely elementary school students seven years ago, to upset the long-standing champs 64-60. When Hornets sophomore Cameron Holroyd drilled … Continue reading

Emens leads Waldron to comeback win over C-F

The Waldron Spartans overcame a 12-point first-half deficit to take out a streaky-shooting Camden-Frontier bunch 65-57 Monday. The win means the Spartans (3-2 overall) will now aim for a fourth consecutive Paterson title trophy in the Don Eby pool when they face Reading at 8:15 p.m. tonight. The Redskins hit 11 3-pointers in the contest … Continue reading

Reading girls pull out gutsy win over Hornets at Paterson tournament

Basketball purists say defense beats offense every time and on Monday defense beat offense and a lack of offense beat itself as Reading held on to stun Hillsdale 49-47 on the Hornets home court. Aided by a number of effective presses and half-court traps, as well as the Hornets inability to make some easy baskets, … Continue reading

Spartan girls stick it to Camden-Frontier once again

For the second time in nine days experience and depth was a decided advantage for Waldron as they knocked off SCAA rival Camden-Frontier once more, this time to earn a spot in the Pat Paterson Holiday Classic championship game of the Al Williams pool. After jumping out to a 21-point lead after three quarter the … Continue reading

Comets and Colts both take two in Al Williams pool at Pat Paterson tournament

By JAMES GENSTERBLUM / Daily News Correspondent BOYS POOL Sullivan lights up CougarsHillsdale Academy forward Peter Sullivan hadn’t seen game action for nearly three weeks due to an injured back, but he made up for lost time quickly against the Will Carleton Cougars in Pat Paterson Classic first round action on Monday.The junior put up an … Continue reading