NOT YOUR SAME OLD HUN
With an upgraded schedule and roster Hun Head Basketball Coach, Jon Stone, saw his team slip to 10-6 yesterday after a home loss to St. Anthony's of Jersey City. In one short stretch Hun played St. Pat's of Elizabeth, arch rival Peddie and St. Benedict's of Newark in less than a week. This Hun squad was rated as a Top 20 National Prep Team shortly after they upset St. Benedict's Prep of Newark. The Raiders are led by postgraduate star, Billy May, Princeton High transfer Noah Savage, 5'8" lightening quick point guard Mingus Murray and 6'7" Raleigh, North Carolina forward Nate Fristsch.They are a well balanced team that get productions from their bench, as well as, from their starters.
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