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Thursday News:

Denver vs. Western Kentucky - 8:00 pm ET - Fox College Sports
Northwestern vs. Illinois - 9:00 pm ET - ESPN2
Oregon State vs. Washington State - 10:00 pm ET

In addition to our recap, read about Princeton's win over Marist on, in the Trentonian and on

The Trenton Times web site's atrocious content management system means their article is not currently available on-line. Maybe in a few hours. Maybe in a few weeks. Maybe never.

Richmond (12-4) opened A-10 play with a 71-59 win over Charlotte.

Princeton recruit Denton Koon and Liberty defeated Park Hill South by 15.

Future Tiger Bobby Garbade had 14 in Seton Catholic Central's seventh straight victory.

The third member of the 2011 recruiting class, Clay Wilson, is averaging 27.7 points and 5.4 rebounds a game for Lincoln Christian.

Would you put John Berger on your all-time Ridge basketball team? In The Paint would.

Denver heads to Western Kentucky.

Illinois hosts the shaky ankle of John Shurna and the rest of Northwestern.

Oregon State looks for their fourth straight win at Washington State.

Fewer voters, same result. Fourth place for Princeton in this week's Schuylkill 16.

Around the Ivy League: Harvard (10-3) won at Boston College for the third straight season, 78-69. Austin Morgan's three point play with 6.2 seconds left salvaged a 77-76 Yale (6-7) victory in overtime at Holy Cross. Columbia (8-5) got past Lafayette 76-73 in Easton.

Rodney Johnson said,

January 6, 2011 @ 10:17 am

Regarding John Berger, I vividly remember his 15 point game agains Penn in Jadwin in 1972. Great game, great victory.

Barry Thostesen said,

January 6, 2011 @ 4:14 pm

I was at that game also. It was the last a string of victories at home vs. national teams The season opener was against John Somogyi and Rutgers which some pre-season polls had ranked as 19th in the country. They went on to defeat a great North Carolina team, A very good Villanova team led by Hank Simientowski, Michigan and its All American candidate Henry Wilmore, and Stanford.
This Penn game was without a doubt, the best game John Berger ever had.
By the way, he was 6-5. He was one of 3 6-5 sophomore forwards out of New Jersey that Pete Carril had recruited 2 years before. (Freshmen could not play varsity then) The other 2 were John Sadlosca out of Union Catholic High School, who was one of the leading scorers in the upset of North Carolina, but who dropped off the team shortly thereafter. I never did find out the reason, i.e. injury, etc. and Joe Vavricka , a high school teammate of Ted Manakas at Fort Lee High School, who I believe missed most of his sophmore seaon, due to injury, but who would come back and start in his junior year.

Rodney Johnson said,

January 7, 2011 @ 7:55 pm

You bring back even more memories. To me the win against Carolina (McAdoo, Jones, Previs, Karl) was arguably Carrill's finest.

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