Boys Basketball: Scotch Plains-Fanwood NJSIAA State Tournament Schedule Announced

Jack Brady leads the team with 54 field goals Credits: Sean Conklin
Nigel Nelson has hit 50 field goals for the Raiders. Credits: John Mooney
Tommy Drubulis has hit 27 three point shots Credits: John Mooney
Teddy Willmott is this week's Yeti MMA Athlete of the Week. Credits: John Mooney
Cooper Heisey Credits: John Mooney
SPFHS basketball head coach Steve Siracusa Credits: John Mooney

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ --  Scotch Plains-Fanwood (No. 3) will face No. 14 North Hunterdon in the NJSIAA Boys Basketball State Tournament North Jersey - Section 2, Group 4 tournament bracket on Monday, Feb. 27. 

Jack Brady leads the team with 54 field goals, followed by Nigel Nelson (50), Lamont Cruse (44), Cooper Heisey (28) and Tommy Drubulis (25). Teddy Willmott leads in three-point shots made with 42, followed by Tommy Drubulis (27), Lamont Cruse (12), and Ryan Muench (10).

The Raiders, 18-2, next play a regular season game at Chatham on Monday, Feb. 13. is Scotch Plains-Fanwood’s only free daily paper. Sign up for our daily eNews and follow us on Facebook and twitter @SPF_TAP.

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