Four Basketball Championships at one school in one season?
Posted by Michael Glick on Feb 20 2002 at 04:00PM PST
By Heather A. Dinich Washington Post Staff Writer Thursday, February 21, 2002; Page AA19 Title-Hungry Spalding If the Spalding boys' basketball team continues its winning ways and takes the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association/Baltimore Catholic League title this weekend, it will mean the school's basketball programs have won an unprecedented four championships. The girls' junior varsity and varsity teams and the boys' junior varsity team already have won league titles. "That's unheard of in our league," boys' coach Mike Glick said. The Lady Cavaliers won their first title in school history last week, defeating Seton Keough, 45-42, at Villa Julie College. "We had so much confidence coming in, that's what made the difference," senior Kylie Bestul said. The Spalding boys are hoping to continue the winning tradition at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at Goucher College when they play the winner of today's game between St. Francis and Loyola. The Cavaliers earned the top seed in the tournament after edging Cardinal Gibbons, 86-79, in overtime last week. © 2002 The Washington Post Company
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