Holy Name Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 17 - 5
  • Conference Record: N/A

2019-20 Boys Varsity Basketball

Head Coach: Mr. Ryan Patton - rpatton@holynamehs.com

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Boys Basketball Player Profile – Jack Kenneally

Holy Name Basketball Player Profile Name: Jack Kenneally Grade (9-12): 9 Grade School: Holy Trinity Jersey #: 3 Other Extracurriculars/Activities: Football If you had your own late night talk show, who would be your first guest and why? Zion Williamson because he’s raw. If you were a pro wrestler, what would you be your entrance

Boys Basketball Defeats Padua 97-51

The Namers boys basketball team bounced back from Friday’s loss at Elyria Catholic with a dominating 97-51 win over rival Padua at home Saturday night.  After leading 43-29 at the half, the Namers outscored the Bruins 54-22 to blow it open.  The team was led by Calvin McPherson with 23 points, Aidan Hickey with 22

Senior Nights for Winter Athletes

We will be recognizing our Senior winter athletes on the following nights: Saturday, February 2, 2019 – Hockey at 5:00 PM at Michael A. Reis Rink Saturday, February 9, 2019 – Girls Basketball at 10:30 AM at Holy Name Thursday, February 14, 2019 – Wrestling at 6:00 PM at Holy Name Friday, February 22, 2019

Boys Basketball Player Profile – Sam Esposito

Holy Name Basketball Player Profile Name: Sam Esposito Grade (9-12): 11 Grade School: St. Albert Jersey #: 1 Other Extracurriculars/Activities: N/A If you had your own late night talk show, who would be your first guest and why? Josh Gordon If you were a pro wrestler, what would you be your entrance song? No Mentions

Boys Basketball Falls to Lake Catholic 77-72

The boys basketball team fell to Lake Catholic 77-72 Tuesday night.  The Namers were led by Quentin Richardson’s 20 points.  Also in double figures were Aidan Hickey with 15, and Jack Kenneally and Joe Schmock with 13. With the loss, the team’s records stands at 12-3.  The Namers will be in action twice this weekend,

Boys Basketball Player Profile – Nate Dzuroff

Holy Name Basketball Player Profile Name: Nate Dzuroff Grade (9-12): 11 Grade School: St. Columbkille Jersey #: 24 Other Extracurriculars/Activities: N/A If you had your own late night talk show, who would be your first guest and why? Kevin Hart because I feel he would be the perfect person to entertain others. If you were

Boys Basketball Cracks Top 25

Riding a ten game winning streak and victory over rival Bay, the Namers boys basketball team have entered both local high school top 25 polls.  The Namers are currently ranked 18th in the NorthEast Ohio HS Sports Poll and are ranked 22nd in the Cleveland.com poll – http://highschoolsports.cleveland.com/news/article/-1323561335556549203/no-1-st-vincent-st-mary-vs-no-3-brush-this-week-could-shake-clevelandcom-boys-basketball-top-25/ The Namers are currently 12-2 and have three

Boys Basketball Defeats Bay Village 93-84

The Namers boys basketball team defeated rival Bay Village 93-84 Friday night. With the win, the team has now won 10 straight to improve to 12-2 (5-2 GLC).  After Bay cut a 25 point first half lead by 5, the Namers put the game away by going 25-30 from the free throw line.  The team

Boys Basketball Player Profile – Quentin Richardson

Holy Name Basketball Player Profile Name: Quentin Richardson Grade (9-12): 11 Grade School: Milkovich Middle School Jersey #: 0 Other Extracurriculars/Activities: N/A If you had your own late night talk show, who would be your first guest and why? Kevin Hart because he’s funny If you were a pro wrestler, what would you be your

Boys Hoops Defeats Rocky River 75-59

The Namers boys basketball team defeated Rocky River 75-59 at Rocky River Friday night.  With the win the Namers have won 9 in a row and improve to 11-2. Rocky River falls to 8-3.  The Namers were led by Aidan Hickey with 20 points, Quentin Richardson with 19, Joey Schmock with 16 and Calvin McPherson