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NEW: RIC To Host National Prep School Hoops Invitational

Thursday, January 31, 2013


St. Andrew's plays on Thursday and Saturday in the National Prep School Invitational.

A wave of basketball talent is coming to Rhode Island this weekend.

The 15th annual National Prep School Invitational will run Thursday through Sunday at Rhode Island College’s Murray Center.

The event features 30 prep schools, including teams from Canada and Spain.

Among the star seniors expected to play are forwards Noah Vonleh, an Indiana University-bound forward out of New Hampton School, and Wayne Selden, a University of Kansas signee from Tilton School. Portsmouth native Andrew Chrabascz, a forward who has signed with Butler University, will suit up for Cushing Academy.

St. Andrew’s is scheduled for two appearances in the showcase. Coach Mike Hart’s squad has a 4:15 p.m. game on Thursday against Toronto Academy, followed by Saturday’s 3 p.m. meeting with Northfield Mount Hermon.


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