Kean boys must make free throws


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ST. THOMAS - The last time the Ivanna Eudora Kean High School boys varsity basketball team was at the Charlotte Amalie High School gym, the Devil Rays walked off the court shocked.

CAHS senior Sekayi Petersen had run the length of the court and sunk a floater as time expired at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Varsity Basketball Tournament championship in January.

The Devil Rays will return to the Hawks Nest at 6:30 tonight for the third edition in this year's IAA St. Thomas rivalry. Kean has been close. Petersen's clutch shot lifted the Chickenhawks to a 48-47 win. Two nights earlier, CAHS won, 63-57, led by Petersen's tournament-high 27 points. He scored 12 in the fourth quarter and made all four of his free-throw attempts in the closing minutes.

- Contact Tim Chapman at 714-9102 or tchapman@dailynews.vi.

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