Haldane Boys’ Basketball Wins First Two

Defeat Hawthorne Cedar Knolls in home opener

The Haldane High School boys’ junior varsity and varsity teams kicked off their seasons during the first week of December. Heading south to Hartsdale on Thursday, Dec. 3, the varsity boys defeated Solomon Schechter, 60-47. In their home opener at Monday, Dec. 7, they beat Hawthorne Cedar Knolls, 69-49. Senior Will Zuvic had 17 points and 10 rebounds, and senior Nick Chiera added 14 points.

Will Zuvic on defense against Hawthorne Cedar Knolls on Dec. 7. He had 17 points and 10 rebounds. (Photo by Peter Farrell)

Will Zuvic on defense against Hawthorne Cedar Knolls on Dec. 7. He had 17 points and 10 rebounds. (Photo by Peter Farrell)

The junior varsity boys are 2-1 after defeating Solomon Schechter, 49-46, on Dec. 3, losing to the Croton Tigers, 50-31, on Dec. 4 and defeating Hawthorne Cedar Knolls, 48-23, on Dec. 7.

Taylor Farrell, an eighth-grader on the Haldane girls' junior varsity, defends on Dec. 7 at Ketcham High School. Ketcham won, 41-28. (Photo by Peter Farrell)

Taylor Farrell, an eighth-grader on the Haldane girls’ junior varsity, defends on Dec. 7 at Ketcham High School. Ketcham won, 41-28. (Photo by Peter Farrell)

The Blue Devils’ next home game is at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 18 against Clark Academy of Greenburgh. The junior varsity game begins at 4 p.m. The girls’ basketball teams next play at home on Monday, Dec. 14, at 4:30 and 6 p.m. against Hendrick Hudson.

Hamilton College freshman guard Peter Hoffmann, a 2015 Haldane graduate, on the court against Vassar on Dec. 5. Vassar won, 74-63. (Photo by Peter Farrell)

Hamilton College freshman guard Peter Hoffmann, a 2015 Haldane graduate, on the court against Vassar on Dec. 5. Vassar won, 74-63. (Photo by Peter Farrell)


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