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Winter sports preview: PMHS boys basketball looks to match last season’s league title success


The PMHS boys basketball team is ready to return and pick up where it left off last season after winning the league title. The Pelicans finished 11-9, advancing into the first round of the playoffs, where they were eliminated by John Jay 63-51.

Despite losing both All-Section captain Charlie Schellhammer and All-Leaguer Luke Ravitz, the Pelicans have plenty of experienced players to lead the team. Returning players include captain Lebron Richardson, Jarid Plummer, Quinn Walsh, Isaiah Graves, John Boyce, Noah Timmermans and George Negrin.

“This season is one we’re all looking forward to,” said William Felgner, a senior. “The team seems ready for anything, and we’ve got a lot of hungry players ready to put in the effort that’s needed.”

Pelham will open up the season on Tuesday against Walter Panas at home, where they hope to make a big statement in familiar territory.

The full schedule can be found on the boys’ Instagram: @pbvbball


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Nicolas Flores, Sports Editor
Nicolas is a junior at Pelham Memorial High School. A passionate and involved student, he is a member of the Young Democrats Club, Debate Club, and Breast Cancer Awareness Club. Nicolas joined the Examiner in December of 2022.

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