Cougars Win Two Home Basketball Games

The George School varsity boys' basketball team won two home games in one weekend, defeating Valley Forge Military Academy and Princeton Day School. (Photo by Jim Inverso)

The George School varsity boys’ basketball team won two home games this past weekend, defeating Valley Forge Military Academy 56-46 on Friday, December 7, 2018 and Princeton Day School 53-51 on Saturday, December 8, 2018.

In the game against Valley Forge, “Onias Outlaw ’21 scored ten points in the second half, as the Cougars put up thirty-nine points after halftime to earn the comeback win,” reported the Burlington County Times. “Charlie Trey-Masters ’19 paced the offense with fifteen points—all three-pointers—while Kenneth Rodriguez ’19 grabbed nine rebounds and added ten points.”

In the game against Princeton Day, “Onias landed a buzzer-beating shot in the fourth quarter to give the Cougars the thrilling victory. Onias, who finished with a team-high sixteen points, scored the game-winner after taking a long pass from Kenneth,” reported The Intelligencer. “The Cougars were able to gain the final possession when Nazim Pierce ’20 forced a Princeton Day turnover with twenty seconds to go. Dwayne Jones ’21 contributed fifteen points in the win.”

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