By Matthew DeGeorge
could’ve inspired a moment of complacency in the Haverford School huddle Friday. Without EA’s second-leading scorer, surely the Fords would already be a sizable portion on the way to a 15th straight victory, no?Any such delusion was dispelled in a first quarter where EA led by as many as 10 points, the fervor of the schools’ rivalry again usurping the underlying basketball logic.
The shorthanded Churchmen checked most of the boxes on their Capitano absence to-do list. But even so, the combination of Christian Ray and Tyler Seward proved to be too much.