Fox Lane righty Ian Corry delivered a complete game gem to defeat Ketcham 2-0 on Monday
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The Broncos, the top team in the Hudson Valley, needed a late run in the second half to erase a four-goal deficit to Fox Lane.
Fox Lane answered Mamaroneck nearly run for run in the middle innings before exploding for seven runs in the fifth to put the Tigers away in the season opener for both clubs.
Jarett Haines was one of the guys on the floor of last season’s Section 1 Class AA quarterfinal loss to Fox Lane. It wasn’t just a loss either, the Foxes took New Rochelle to the woodshed in 2016, winning the game by 33 points.
Section 1 Quarterfinals Class AA Boys #9 Ketcham 53 #7 Yorktown 59 #1 Mt Vernon 89 #2 Spring Valley 58 Morgan (MV): 22 pts, 11 reb Dyslin (York): 16 pts, 6 rebs #5 Fox Lane 33 #11 Horace Greeley 42 #4 New Rochelle 59 #3 Scarsdale 56 Haines (NR): 16 pts, 6 asts Class AA Girls
What started as a dominant performance turned into a fight to pick up the pieces for Fox Lane as they faced Harrison in the title round of the Dapper McDonald Classic. The Foxes defeated the Huskies, 65-55, Saturday evening at Harrison. Fox Lane led by 20 before Harrison trimmed to a mere 6-point
The Knights christened their renovated gym with a commanding 67-29 win over Fox Lane in a rematch of last year's Class AA final
Nick Rosati's buzzer-beater in regulation helped the Foxes execute a second-half comeback before taking out Yorktown in overtime.
Fox Lane, short on experience entering the season, feels like its depth has become one of its strengths as the Foxes have won five of six.
Spring Valley showcases its talented array of players in Friday's 34-14 win over host Fox Lane.