SHELTON—The Holy Trinity Catholic Academy Girls Junior Varsity Basketball team from Shelton, Conn. won the St. Ann’s Basketball League this past weekend.
The mostly sixth-grade HTCA girls team dominated the season and finished with a final record of 16-0 (12-0 regular season and 4-0 in the playoffs).
Offensively, the girls were a dual threat with a super-fast transition and three-pointer shooting accuracy.
Defensively, they stifled opponents with an aggressive man to man set up. They averaged 27 points per game while only allowing their opponents 13 points per game.
Holy Trinity Catholic Academy strives for academic excellence in a safe, faith-based Catholic environment. The Academy offers a challenging and inclusive program to meet the needs of the 21st century. Students are nurtured and educated to achieve their fullest potential as life-long learners. Guided by a moral compass that promotes strong values and a sense of integrity, each child is prepared to serve God and the community.
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This article was originally published on the Valley Independent Sentinel.