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Girls Basketball: St. Paul can t stop Trinity Catholic Bristol Observer
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Mar 14, 2019 10:24 AM 1+ week ago

NEWTON - The St. Paul Catholic girls basketball team trailed early and just couldn't get over the hump in its Class S seminal tournament game against Trinity Catholic on Friday, March 8 from Newtown High School.

The third-ranked Falcons were down by double-figures to No. 7 Trinity Catholic 51-35 with 1:59 remaining but made a huge comeback to make it a two-possession game

St. Paul Catholic cobbled together a 10-0 run to cut the deficit to six with 47.9 seconds to play.

But at 51-45, the Crusaders made late free throws down the stretch to capture the victory by a 56-45 final - ending the Falcons excellent season at 24-3.

"We didn't play our good game," said St. Paul Catholic coach Joe Mone. "When you get this far, if you don't play your `A' game, you're going home. You don't get this far and you're playing a bad team. That's a really good team. We knew how good they were."

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