Second day of Slam Dunk tourney sees a near upset
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Second day of Slam Dunk tourney sees a near upset

Day two of the 2017 Slam Dunk to the Beach tournament in Lewes saw one of the nation’s top-ranked teams get a scare. New Jersey’s Roselle Catholic High School, ranked 12 th in the USA Today boys’ national Top 25, fended off Maryland’s Eleanor Roosevelt high school 76-72 Friday afternoon. Roselle Catholic plays Delaware’s 4 th ranked team Salesianum Saturday at 1:30. The Sals are looking to rebound from a 64-63 overtime loss to 5 th ranked Caesar Rodney on day one of the tourney Thursday. Delaware’s top-ranked team is among those playing on Saturday’s third and final day of the Slam Dunk tournament. Sanford faces Maryland’s Bishop Walsh High School at 3 pm.

Second day of Slam Dunk tourney sees a near upset

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