“Sean has his team running those halfcourt sets; they’re so complicated,” said Nault, whose team looked confused in falling behind, 40-23, in the opening half. “All the credit goes to them. We made the comeback and had a chance to win it at the end, but St. John’s made the plays that won it.”
The Eagles can close out the regular season with a bang tonight in the title game against Lynn English. But it’s hard to believe that it could be as precious as beating Central Catholic.