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Proceeds to benefit The Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children. AT KEAN UNIVERSITY




Top NJ High Schools Compete in Basketball Showcase and Raise Funds for Inner-City Scholarships

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The 2012 SFIC Basketball Festival ing cipat i t r Pa s: Team Bergen Catholic • Don Bosco Prep • Holy Angels

St. Anthony Senior Kyle Anderson

Hudson Catholic • Mount Saint Dominic • Paramus Catholic Roselle Catholic • Saint Peter’s Prep • Seton Hall Prep St. Anthony • St. Benedict’s Prep • St. Joseph Metuchen St. Joseph Montvale • St. Patrick’s • Trenton Catholic

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SFIC Basketball Festival has a Great History


he first Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children (SFIC) Basketball Festival took place on January 4, 2004 at St. Peters College’s Yanitelli Center. When legendary coaches Kevin Boyle of St. Patrick’s and Bob Hurley of St. Anthony HS were the first to accept invites, area basketball fans were very excited about a new showcase on the high school calendar. The games came about because of the vision of SFIC Trustee Bill Fitzpatrick, who felt great high school basketball could benefit Inner-City children who wanted to receive a quality, valuebased education. The initial festival came just days after Coach Hurley had notched his 800th career victory in California. A packed house at Yanitelli welcomed home the Friars and they narrowly defeated a tough Ed Wicelinski-coached CBA team in a defensive classic. St. Anthony went on to an undefeated season and a Non-Public B and TOC title, the season becoming the subject of the book, ‘The Miracle of St. Anthony – A Season with Coach Bob Hurley and Basketball’s

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Most Improbable Dynasty. St. Pat’s, coming off a 2003 Tournament of Champion title, lost its first and only SFIC game to a veteran Seton Hall Prep team led by Andrew Pusar and Brandon Costner and coached by Bob Farrell. In the third game, Danny Hurley’s St. Benedict’s Prep team wowed the crowd with its above the rim game led by future NBA player J.R. Smith in an easy victory over Hudson Catholic. The SFIC Festival has showcased many future college and professional players such as Dan Werner, Alex Galindo, Corey Fisher, Jeff Robinson, Derek Mercer, Samardo Samuels, Derrick Caracter, Lance Thomas, Mike Rosario, Tyshawn Taylor, Jio Fontan, Dominick Cheek, Jordan Theodore, Dexter Strickland, Kyrie Irving, Ronald Roberts, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Myles Mack, among many others. Among numerous top individual performances, two stand out. In 2006, St. Anthony survived pesky CBA with a 40-37 win that ended with a missed Dan Werner 3-pointer at the final buzzer that would have sent the game into

overtime. Afterwards, Bob Hurley called Dan Werner’s 30-plus point, 10-plus rebound, multisteal effort one of the top high school performances he has ever witnessed. Werner went on to star at the University of Florida. In 2010 at Kean University, the Trenton Catholic/St. Patrick’s match-up resulted in a sell-out. After an even first quarter, the Dukecommit Kyrie Irving gave a remarkable performance, breaking the game open by halftime en route to a 24-point victory. For the live and TV audience, Irving’s exemplary allaround brilliance that day convinced them of the very bright future that awaits Kyrie who became New Jersey’s first-ever number one pick in last June’s NBA draft.


St. Anthony HS (Jersey City), which finished last year as #1 in NJ and #1 in national polls, returns a strong nucleus led by UCLAcommit 6-8 Kyle Anderson, considered one of the top

five high school players in SATURDAY 4:30 P.M. the country. Considered Hudson Catholic began a strong favorite to win rebuilding their program in this year’s TOC title, Bob 2009-2010 when former Hurley’s Friars are taller Bloomfield Tech coach Nick than past teams with 6-6 Mariniello took the reins. Jerome Frink, 6-7 Jimmy Iona commit 6-5 Grant Hall, 6-3 Josh Ellis and Brown, 6-3 Rashad 6-3 senior Andrews, and Marc Wilson 6-2 transfer Tariq combine Carey. NJ Hoops with picks St. Anthony returning to win another juniors 6-7 TOC title in March. Reggie Roselle Cameron, Catholic HS 6-4 Rakwan (Roselle) returns Kelly, 5-11 five starters from Kavon a 22-8 team and Stewart, is #8 in the NJ 5-10 Travis Hoops pre-season Flagg and St. ranking. Stony Benedict’s Brook commit transfer 6-8 6-6 Jameel Mike Young Warney and East in perhaps Stroudsburg the state’s commit 6-3 Wes deepest, Kyle Anderson, St. Anthony Cherry lead the strongest way. Transfers 6-8 team after Tyler Roberson, St. Anthony with high D-1 offers, and HS. With St. Patrick’s move 5-10 Hakeem Saintil will to the South division, the anticipated Hudson bolster the team. Coach Catholic vs. St. Anthony Dave Boff’s team, now match in the North Nonin the South Non-Public Public B championship in B division, may face St. March could well be the Anthony again in the state game of the year. tournament if they can St. Joseph HS (Montvale), get past Trenton Catholic under veteran coach Mike and Gill St. Bernard.

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Doherty, has top players in 6-3 junior Terence McNair, 6-3 senior Dan McKinless, 6-4 junior Austin Hlibocki and rising prospects in 6-4 sophomore Mike Jurzynski and 6-1 sophomore Quai Jefferson. They join other Non-Public A and Bergen County all-boys schools Bergen Catholic and Don Bosco Prep in this year’s SFIC.


Seton Hall Prep’s (West Orange) big off-season news was that legendary coach Bob Farrell retired after 34 years and Sterling Gibbs graduated to the Univ. of Texas. However, the team should look similar with long-time assistant Kevin Williams stepping up to lead four returning starters. Hofstra commit 6-2 Dallas Anglin, 6-5 senior Stephon Moseley, 6-4 junior Spencer Weisz, 6-1 junior Zach Davis and 6-6 junior Tom Lacey, lead the Pirates. NJ Hoops picks Seton Hall Prep as preseason #5 and to face St. Joseph Metuchen in the Non-Public A North-South final in March. St. Joseph HS (Metuchen) comes off a 21-5 season with strong

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Game Match-Ups Promise Exciting Basketball! returning players and a heralded freshman. Coach Dave Turco welcomes back pre-season All State pick Quenton DeCosey, a 6-5 Temple commit, 6-3 Danny Brix, headed to Stonehill, and other veterans. 6-9 Karl Towns, perhaps the state’s top freshman, made his season debut with 15 rebounds and 3 blocks.

SUNDAY 12:30 P.M Saint Peters Prep’s (Jersey City) Coach Mike Kelly handed the reins to assistant Todd Decker last spring, and the Marauders graduated its entire starting line-up including two four-year starters and 1000-point scorers in Kevin Walker (playing at Caldwell College) and Keith Lumpkin (Rutgers football). Coach Decker will need to mesh junior returnees 6-4 Sean Cummings and football defensive back 6-0 Tre Bell with an impressive group of four transfers in Monmouth commit 6-5 senior Tyrone O’Garro, 6-8 junior Jordan Arthur, 5-10 soph Austin White and 5-11 junior Trevis Wyche. NJ Hoops pre-season rankings lists Saint Peter’s at #15 and Don Bosco at #16. Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey) is the only one of

six boys teams on Sunday’s slate with a returning head coach in Kevin DiVerio. While the Ironmen graduated point guard/ football QB Gary Nova to Rutgers, they return Rutgers football commit and track speedster 6-1 Leonte Caroo to the backcourt. Experienced seniors 6-1 Jemal Mosley, 6-6 Dajon Todman, 6-1 Paddy Quinn, 6-0 John Landro and 5-10 Doug Dragon will provide


St. Patrick’s HS (Elizabeth), will have a new look this season with the move of ultra-successful coach Kevin Boyle to Montverde Academy (FL) and 4-year sensation Michael KiddGilchrist to the University of Kentucky. Long-time assistant Chris Chavannes takes the reins of the Celtics and had a busy off-season period preparing a new nucleus of players led by 6-6 junior DeAndre Bembry and 6-5 soph Jared Nickens. St. Pat’s was ranked #9 pre-season by NJ Hoops while Trenton Catholic was ranked #6. Trenton Catholic, the 2009 TOC winner, returns to the SFIC under new coach Mel Weldon and a host of

D-1 commits. 6-7 Brandon Taylor, headed to Penn State, 6-5 Charles Cooke, (James Madison), and 6-3 Chazz Patterson ( Mt. St. Mary’s MD) lead a deep squad bolstered by two junior transfers, 6-8 junior AJ Sumbry and 5-8 junior George Sapp.


St. Benedict’s Prep (Newark) rebuilds under former St. Joseph HS Metuchen and Ridge HS coach Mark Taylor. The Grey Bees are much improved with new players led by Miami FL commit 6-2 Melvin Johnson, a stand-out from NYC’s Rice HS before it closed its doors last June. Returning 6-2 junior guard Tyler Ennis, 6-2 frosh Isiah Briscoe and transfers 6-5 Kamall Richard, 6-7 Isaiah Watkins and 6-7 Denzell Taylor add depth and athleticism. The team was off to a fast start in December including a 67-65 win over Plainfield in the Hoop Group Tip-Off Showcase. Bergen Catholic HS (Oradell), a storied program over the decades, will be led by new coach Billy Armstrong, a former Crusader stand-out from

the 1990s. Speedy 5-9 senior point guard Charles Wingate, a gridiron star, leads returnees 6-3 junior Kyle Queiro, 6-5 junior PJ Reed and 6-6 soph Nadi Beciri. The top newcomer is 6-7 junior George Kloak.

Senatus, Grant and fellow junior starter Danielle Franklin are tri-captains of this year’s team. Sophomores Tori Pozsonyi and Kate Tobie complete the Lions starting lineup.




Paramus Catholic plays one of the most competitive schedules in North Jersey. The Lady Paladins are a team on the rise and starts only one senior Alisha Cornett. A talented group of underclassmen will mature as the season goes on. The Lady Paladins still return a host of underclassmen who saw many minutes last year. Key contributors include juniors Dejah Taylor and Tianna Smith, sophomores Sabrina Fincher,Ebony Gilchrist and Corinne Poitiven. Roselle Catholic is the 3-time defending Union County Tournament champions, having won last year’s final at Kean’s Harwood Arena. Junior Guards Marcia Senatus and Niavanna Grant are returning RC starters.

all Bergen County last year, is averaging 17 points per game and is the go-to person on the team. They will face a young Saint Anthony HS team that started off the season with an opening loss but is coming off an appearance in the state playoffs.

Dominique Ward, Trenton Catholic


The Academy of Holy Angels lost in the North Jersey, Non-Public A Finals last season but always has a strong team under veteran coach Sue Liddy. Holy Angels is a young rebuilding team this year. With an incredibly hard opening schedule, the team started at 1-3 with close losses to De Paul, IHA and Montclair. Melanie Lockett, a junior who was 1st team

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Trenton Catholic Academy (Trenton) won the 2011 NJSIAA Tournament of Champions, and graduated Player of the Year Briona Canty to Rutgers but has a strong, experienced returning group. Last year’s girls coach Mel Weldon has taken over the boys program. New girls coach Khaliq Lewis-El’s group will be led by returning senior Marquasia “Blue” Aiken and sophomores Isis Young and Dominique Ward. Mount Saint Dominic Academy (Caldwell), coached by Jerry Aquino, also will play one of the most competitive schedules in the state. The Mount is led by seniors Hartford commit Mallory Shickora and Brittany Manna. Juniors Stefani Alston, Camille McPherson and Veronique Hut round out the starting five.

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The scholarship fund For inner-city children Mission SFIC provides children in need with the opportunity for a quality, values-based education in a safe environment. The Fund provides partial tuition scholarships to economically disadvantaged children attending private and parochial schools within Bergen, Essex, Hudson and Union Counties. Scholarship awards are based upon need without regard to race, religion or ethnicity.

Scholarship Eligibility To qualify for tuition assistance a student must: • Come from an economically disadvantaged family that meets income eligibility requirements similar to the national school free and redudced lunch program. •A  ttend a parochial or private school within Bergen, Essex, Hudson and Union Counties.

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Scholarship Programs SFIC General Scholarship Program: For students attending elementary and secondary schools. Funded with unrestricted donations from individuals, corporations and foundations. Children’s Scholarship Fund (CSF): For students attending elementary schools in Newark, Jersey City and Elizabeth. Jointly funded by SFIC foundation grants and the CSF. Donor Designated Scholarships: For students attending elementary and secondary schools. Funded by restricted donations from individual donors, corporations and foundations for the benefit of designated schools, localities or scholarship recipients.

Sources of Funding

SFIC is funded by contributions from individual donors, corporations and foundations. SFIC sponsors two annual fund raising events – a dinner and a high school basketball tournament.

Why support Catholic Schools? The National Catholic Educational Association released a report (2010) indicating that: • Students who attend Catholic high schools are more likely to graduate and attend college than those attending other schools • Catholic high schools report a graduation rate of 99.1 percent, a higher rate than reported by other religious schools (97.7 percent), nonsectarian schools (95.7 percent) and public schools (73.2 percent) • According to Diane Ravitch, author of NY Times bestseller, ‘The Death and Life of the Great American Schools System’: - Catholic schools are particularly successful at serving lowincome black and Hispanic students. - They should serve as a model because they “never gave over to the obsession with standardized tests” and “never conceded their curriculum to progressive trends like whole language, constructivist math and relativistic history.” - Catholic school students were far more likely to take rigorous classes, graduate on time and attend college.

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Catholic schools set higher performance standards and have high expectations for every child. Catholic schools emphasize basics in the curriculum while fostering a school ‘culture’ that strengthens the students’ mastery of academic subjects, makes them feel valued because they are known personally by the teachers and builds their self-esteem as they achieve their goals.

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Thanks to Our Donors The class of 2011 Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children recipients are attending the following colleges this year: Adelphi University Albertus Magnus College Albright College Alfred University American Music and Dramatic Academy Anna Maria College Arcadia University Baltimore International Barry University Bentley University Bergen Community College Berkeley College Bloomfield College Boston University Cabrini College Caldwell College Centenary College Central Connecticut State University Champlain Chestnut Hill College Clark University Coastal Carolina University College of Mount Saint Vincent College of Saint Elizabeth DeVry University Drew University Drexel University Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

Essex County College Fairfield University Fairleigh Dickinson University Fairmount State University Felician College Fordham University Gannon University George Washington University Georgian Court University Grinnell College Hampton University Harvard University Hofstra University College of the Holy Cross Howard University Hudson County Community College Indiana University of Pennsylvania Iona College Iowa State University Ithaca College Johnson & Wales University Kean University King’s College Kuztown University La Salle University Lackawanna College Lafayette College LaSalle University

Lawrence University Lehigh University LeMoyne College Lincoln University Long Island University Loyola University Mansfield University Marist College Marquette University Marymount Manhattan College Mercer County College Merrimack College Middlesex County College Millersville University Monmouth University Montclair State University Morgan State University Mount St. Mary’s University Mt. St. Vincent University Nassau Community College New Jersey City University NJIT Norfolk State University North Carolina State University NYU Pace University Penn College of Technology Penn State

Post University Princeton University Providence College Purdue University Quinnipiac College Ramapo College Richard Stocken College Rider University Roberts Wesleyan College Rockland Community College Rowan University Rutgers University Sacred Heart University Saint Anselm College Saint Peter’s College Salve Regina University Seton Hall University Southern New Hampshire College Springfield College St. John’s University St. Michael’s University St. Peter’s College Stevens Institute Of Technology Stevenson University Syracuse University Temple University Texas A&M University Texas Tech University

The Art Institute of NY The Catholic University of America The College of New Jersey The John Hopkins University Union County College University of New Haven University of Alabama University of Bridgeport University of Connecticut University of Hartford University of Massachusetts University of New Haven University of Pittsburgh University of Rhode Island University of Scranton University of South Carolina University of Tampa Virginia State Virginia Union University Wagner College Washington College West Virginia University Western New England University Widener University William Paterson University York College

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2012 SFIC Scholar Athletes The SFIC is privileged and excited to once again honor and appreciate the talents of student-athletes from New Jersey high schools for participating in our ninth annual Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children Basketball Festival. Each recipient has demonstrated academic excellence in the classroom. Every athlete selected will receive a plaque

featuring their name, their school and the date of the festival and will be recognized during half-time. The scholar athletes of the 2012 Scholarship Fund for InnerCity Children Basketball Festival are listed below.

Roselle Catholic: Danielle Hunter Paramus Catholic: Sarah Levine St. Anthony: Cassandra Haughton Holy Angels: Bryanna McGowan Trenton Catholic: Kelechi Okpara

Seton Hall Prep: Kelly Willoughby St. Joseph Metuchen: James Ziemba Saint Peter’s Prep: Tyrone O’Garro Don Bosco Prep: Paddy Quinn Trenton Catholic: Nate King

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Mt. St. Dominic: Mallory Shickora St. Anthony: Edon Molic, David Brown Roselle Catholic: Nikko Velez Hudson Catholic: Nassir Barrino St. Joseph Montvale: Austin Hilboki

St. Patrick’s: Darrian Collins St. Benedict’s Prep: Isaiah Watkins Bergen Catholic: Richard Deluca

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