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High school hockey continues while basketball season opens

The high school hockey schedule continued Thursday night while the boys basketball regular season got underway Wednesday night
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The St. Mary’s Knights remain unbeaten in Sault Ste. Marie high school hockey action.

The Knights improved to 4-0-0-1 (wins-losses-overtime losses-ties) on Thursday thanks to a 7-0 win over the Korah Colts at the John Rhodes Community Centre.

Josh Mannarino scored five times for the Knights and continues to lead the league in scoring early on this season.

Cole Delarosbil and Jacob Bumbaco had the other goals for the Knights. Nate Medaglia and Justin Ryyppo assisted on a pair of goals each while goaltender Travis Johnson posted the shutout for St. Mary’s.

The Colts hold a 2-2 record through four games.

Next league action will see St. Mary’s face the Central Algoma Secondary School (CASS) Huskies (0-4-1-0) on Nov. 29. Korah returns to action the following day against Superior Heights (2-0-1-1). Both games are scheduled for the John Rhodes Community Centre.

The boys high school basketball season opened up on Wednesday night with a pair of games at both the junior and senior levels.

At Korah, Matt Kment had 16 points as the Korah opened the senior season with a 67-44 win over Superior Heights. Jackson Hart of Superior Heights led all scorers in the game with 25 points.

A final from Wednesday’s other senior game between St. Mary’s and White Pines was not available.

In junior action on Wednesday, Kyle Dudezki had 18 points as Superior Heights beat Korah 55-44. Brandon Hurley added 12 points for the Steelhawks.

Michael Nicoletta had 19 points and Jackson Naccarato had 17 points for Korah.

The other junior game saw St. Mary’s beat White Pines 48-44. Elijah Suffel had 10 points for the Knights.

Chase Peplow of Superior Heights had 17 points.

Action resumes in high school basketball on Nov. 30 when St. Mary’s hosts Superior Heights and Korah hosts White Pines. The junior games begin at 5:30 p.m. with the senior games to follow at 7:15 p.m.