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A group of players who compete for the Guilford boys’ basketball team saw success in a couple of offseason leagues. Pictured are coach Paul Santa Barbara, Chris Cahill, Jack Stanton, Jake Ciocca, Thomas Hinding, Brayden Santa Barbara, Jackson Tandler, John Petonito, and coach Jim Petonito. (Photo courtesy of Jim Petonito )
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Members of the Guilford High School boys’ basketball squad formed a team that competed in summer and fall leagues this year. Guilford had a great campaign in each season by winning the championship in both leagues.
First, Guilford claimed its second-straight title in the summer league that was held at the Hopkins School in New Haven. Recently, the team took the title in its fall league by defeating Branford 45-42 in the championship game at the Farnam Neighborhood House in New Haven.
The players on Guilford’s summer and fall teams included senior captain guard John Petonito, senior guard/forward Brayden Santa Barbara, and guard Chris Cahill, who recently transferred from Hamden Hall. Also competing for Guilford were junior center Jackson Tandler, junior guard/forward Jack Stanton, junior guard Jake Ciocca, and junior forward Thomas Hinding.
The team was coached by Jim Petonito and Paul Santa Barbara.
Information courtesy of Jim Petonito
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