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Greg Paulus knows that one more loss means the end of his junior season, but he's hoping to extend it as long as possible.

The Christian Brothers Academy (N.Y.) point guard will try to lead the team to its second straight sectional title when it faces Bishop Ludden on Friday night at the Manley Field House.

Greg Paulus' shooting has been on the mark recently as he had 26 in his last game and 31 in the regular-season finale.

Once the season does end, it'll be back to the juggling act of hoops and football. The two-sport star plans to play AAU basketball for his father, Dave, in April and July – the busy months – and do most of his football work in June and August.

``I'll probably do nothing after our playoffs end," Paulus said. "Just sit down and watch March Madness. That's the best time of the year."

``I think I'm going to the Elite 11 quarterback Camp," he added. "Last year I was asked to be a ball boy and I'm hoping to go out there (California) this year. Then I'll do some 7-on-7 tournaments and some team stuff in June."

As far as the summer on the hardwood is concerned, Paulus isn't sure what team he'll be playing with – only that he'll be coached by his dad. Paulus also said that he'll almost certainly have Syracuse Henninger big man Andray Blatche, one of the top big men in the nation, on the team and could have Duke-bound junior forward Josh McRoberts for a few tournaments as well.

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