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La Salle had better fate in its holiday hoops event, posting a 72-58 win over Dublin Jerome as part of the Stephen Gussler Holiday Invitational at Thomas Worthington High School Thursday in Greater Columbus. Xavier, the fourth Greater Catholic League South Division member, is scheduled to face Licking Heights (5-2) in the first game of the Newark Christmas Tournament at 6 p.m. The Bombers – who have won three of their last four games – have not played since last Friday, when they suffered a close loss at West Clermont, 51-48. Xavier (4-2) is led by senior guard Nathan Stockman, who averages 17.5 points a game, second best in the league.
Stockman also leads the GCL South in steals, averaging 2.5, while senior Bobby Jefferson ranks fifth in rebounding, pulling down 4.2 per game.
Florian went on to an outstanding football career at the University of Dayton. Xavier’s storied swimming program, where he won three state championships as a senior – capturing the 500 freestyle and helping his teammates earn titles in the 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay – before attending Stanford University where he would earn All-American honors.
Moeller’s ’76 football team was in the midst of a three-year state championship run under coach Gerry Faust.
Long Island Lutheran (6-1), located in Brookville, N.
Y., had three players in double figures and hit 19-of-35 from the field while sinking 8-of-14 three-point goals.
The Panthers, who have now dropped four straight games, scored in single digits in the first three quarters before putting up 11 points in the fourth against Gibbs (6-3). Elder is led by senior guard Zach Harp, who ranks third in the GCL South in scoring averaging 16.3 points a game entering the Suncoast Holiday Classic.
Elder’s only defeats were to perennial national power Louisville Trinity and Indianapolis Warren Central.
Moeller shot 55.6 percent (25-of-45) for the game, including 60 percent in the second half.
Moeller’s defense held Scott County to just 29.8 percent shooting (17-of-57).
The Crusaders, who won Class AAA state titles in 1975, 19, finished a perfect 12-0 that season, including a convincing 43-5 win over Gahanna Lincoln in the state title game at Akron’s Rubber Bowl.
During its three-year state title run, the Crusaders were a combined 36-0.