Bulldogs fall to James Kenan

Princeton’s Lamar Wilkins turns the corner on his defender in the Bulldogs’ summer league game against James Kenan last Thursday. (Michael Held photo)


Sports editor

PRINCETON—When the Princeton boys basketball team played host to former conference foe James Kenan last Thursday night, the Bulldogs were without two rising seniors who figure to eat up a lot of minutes this upcoming season due to injury and illness.

Against the high-powered Tigers, that proved to be an insurmountable issue as James Kenan took care of Princeton 98-50 in the Bulldogs’ second game of their summer league season, which Princeton is hosting on Thursday nights this summer with all games being played at the Deacon Jones Gymnasium.

James Kenan knocked down 13 three-pointers on the night and jumped out to a quick 10-0 lead in the contest’s first three minutes.

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