Henry Hudson beats South Amboy on Senior Day 71-57!

HIGHLANDS, NJ – A game to remember happened on Seniors Day at Henry Hudson Regional School! Seniors Demetrius Harvey and Quinn Casey stepped onto Vinny Whitehead’s pitch with every ounce of their heart and soul to play one of the most phenomenal games of the season. A great presentation was given to the seniors and their families with a massive display of themselves as a reminder of their outstanding careers as Admirals! They contributed to the Henry Hudson Regional both on and off the field, as evidenced by the standing ovation at the end of the game for a 71-57 victory for the Admirals.

A disheartening first quarter saw the Admirals drop 11 points at 15-4. The second quarter found them again at halftime, looking upset for the Admirals, with the score at 29-17 at halftime.

However, all was not lost as Coach Kelly fired up the team at halftime and they came out with 26 points in the third quarter, taking them to a one-point lead going into the fourth.

Henry Hudson Senior Quinn Casey
Quinn Casey

The final quarter was again tied until Quinn Casey got a three, followed by a steal and an assist, putting Hudson in the lead again. The Admirals worked like a well-oiled machine to finish Senior Day with 71 points!

Demetrius Harvey dominated the paint on his senior day, scoring 18 points – taking him to over 150 points this season.


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Henry Hudson Senior Demetrius Harvey
Principal Demetrius Harvey

Jax Ross, early on the foul, didn’t get as much time on the court as the Admirals would have liked, but that didn’t stop him from putting 18 points on the board.

Luke Jaccodine scored his personal best with a game-high 19 points, and Jack Fitzpatrick kept double digits for the 3rd game in a row.

The Admirals will miss these seniors next season. The community wishes them the best in their continued efforts, both on and off the pitch. One can only hope Quinn and Demetrius created memories that will last a lifetime. They certainly left their mark on the land of Henry Hudson.

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