Two-Sport Star Helps His Teams Win Games

Reporter Mike Sullivan profiles the individual game of an upstate forward from Utica, New York who is also quite skilled not only in the game of basketball but also in the sport of baseball ...

Pat Moore, the 6-foot-5 forward from Notre Dame High School in Utica, N.Y., is a name mentioned quite frequently from Albany City Rocks program director Jim Hart.

Hart's face lights up when discussing the sports career of Pat Moore. "He's a winner," said Hart.

Moore has the ability to help teams close out nailbiters in several different ways. It could come from a clutch rebound, a nifty pass to an open teammate, pressure free fouls converted, or a corner jumper.

"I've seen him help us win games in many different ways," said Hart, who had the warrior with him this past summer with the Albany City Rocks basketball program for 16 and under age category.

Hart is hoping Moore will be aboard his 17 and under team this spring and summer. Hart has previously mentioned interest from Fairfield, Colgate, Cornell, Columbia, Fordham, Rhode Island, Jacksonville, and Northeastern.

"He's a great baseball player too," said Hart, indicating that Moore will have many options come decision time for college.

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