Burlington Life Center Beats St. Anthony's
Jersey City is a tough town and St. Anthony's hadn't lost in almost two years at home but the guys from Burlington County came up to the city and showed the city boys they knew hoops. The Burlington kids hung on to win 48-44 at the CERC in Jersey City last night. Roman Narimbaye scored 9 points for the visitors, Darryl Gladden Jr, the son of the Warrior Coach, had 10 including a three and Arnaud Dahi chipped in with 13. The Friars were led in scoring by Obie Nwadike. Narimbaye's progress is being followed by the Rutgers staff.
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