St. James Academy boys JV hoops champs

St. James Academy’s junior varsity boys team recently won the prestigious 56th Annual Saints Alumni Parochial Basketball Championship for all of San Diego.

Twenty-six junior varsity teams from San Diego County participated in this single elimination tourney.

The Knights of St. James Academy, undefeated during the tournament, beat St. Johns of Encinitas in the championship game. The Knights were also undefeated in basketball for the North County Parochial League.

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