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BW Officials Hope To Change Lack Of City High School Match-Ups

October 28th, 2019 by WCBC Radio

There has been a noticeable lack of city high school basketball match-ups scheduled in recent years- and officials with Bishop Walsh are hoping to change that. Bishop Walsh has developed a power house boys basketball program under coach Dan Prete in the past year- leading to speculation that coaches at Allegany and Fort Hill high schools aren’t interest in scheduling the Spartans. BW Principal Ray Kiddy, and the schools athletic director, met with team officials from Allegany and Fort Hill recently attempting to resolve the situation. Kiddy was asked by WCBC News about why he believes there has been a reluctance by the Cumberland high schools to match up with BW…

One Response to “BW Officials Hope To Change Lack Of City High School Match-Ups”

  1. October 28, 2019 at 1:26 pm, mac said:

    Winning is everything. Winning is the only thing. It’s no longer a game, no longer sport.


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