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Basketball of the University of St. Thomas won the SCAC championship for the 4th year in a row

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – University of St. Thomas built a men’s basketball powerhouse in Montrose.
With a 62-49 victory over Colorado College, the Celts won their fourth consecutive collegiate championship.

Head Coach Anthony Medina is getting his team geared up for this week’s SCAC tournament in Sherman, looking to do something that’s never been done at UST … win the conference title and conference tournament. in the same year.
The Jerabeck Center of the University of St. Thomas is the House of Champions. The Celts are looking to claim the SCAC Conference title straight away with a win over Colorado College. After a somewhat underwhelming first half, UST took control in the second half after Joshua Sanchez scored 3 straight shots into the basket. He finished with a game high of 15. Then the locals, namely Cy-Fair ISD took over. Cy-Springs Freddie Ricks with a jump, Cy-Fair’s Cameron Gims with 3 of his 14 and state champion from Cy-Falls Andrew Nguyen gave the Celts a 10-point lead and never looked again.

It feels great. Long time no see. I’m very happy to be home,” Nguyen said.

Hightower’s Christian Alaekwe said: “At this point, I’m used to it.”
Head coach Anthony Median added, “We had a lot of goals set when I got here seven years ago. We’re just trying to maintain the level of success we’ve had, we’re really amazed. expectations are high.”

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