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Reid leads Roselle Catholic to TOC win in final game

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Trenton, N.J. — The Roselle Catholic Lions had not lose to a team from New Jersey all season long. They continued that streak in their final game of the season.

The Lions defeated the Don Bosco Prep Ironmen, 61-54, on Sunday night at the Cure Insurance Arena in the Boys Tournament of Champions finale.

Roselle Catholic celebrating with the TOC trophy after the win (Photo by the NJSIAA)

Roselle Catholic celebrating with the TOC trophy after the win (Photo by the NJSIAA)

Roselle Catholic broke their tie with Seton Hall to stand alone in third-place of the most Tournament of Championships ever. They now have three in school history.

Only St. Anthony’s (13) and The Patrick School, previously known as St. Anthony’s, (6) have more than Roselle Catholic.

The Lions improved to 29-4 on the season. Don Bosco Prep ended their season with a 29-3 record.

Naz Reid, the LSU Tigers prospect, led the Lions with 22 points. He also had five rebounds, one assist, two blocks, and one steal.

Reid was one of two Roselle Catholic players, who scored in double-figures. Alanzo Frink added 16 points.

The Frink family from Alanzo and his brother now have three Tournament of Championships.

The Lions had eight bench points, all from Josh Pierre-Louis.

Ronald Harper led the Ironmen with 33 points. He also had three rebounds, one assist, one block and one steal.

Harper was one of two Don Bosco Prep players, who scored in double-digits. Michael Concannon had 10 points.

The Ironmen had two bench points, all from Jordan Cooke-Harper.

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