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St. Augustine Prep against Wildwood Catholic during the half of high school basketball game at St. Augustine Prep High School Tuesday Jan 8, 2019. Press of Atlantic City / Edward Lea Staff Photographer

MICHAEL McGARRY

Staff writer

A preview of this weekend’s can’t miss high school sports events

Boys Basketball

Shoot Down Cancer Classic

Saturday and Sunday at St. Augustine Prep

Tickets: $6 each day

Former St. Augustine assistant coach Dave Catalana will run a showcase to benefit the Shoot Down Cancer Foundation, which raises funds for The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Catalana and his wife, Beth, created the foundation because their son Garrett was diagnosed with cancer in 1995. He survived and is now 24, a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University and a huge 76ers fan. Garrett works in the Philadelphia Union’s Finance Department as the treasury coordinator.

The 18th annual event features eight teams ranked in The Press Elite 11 – No. 1 Haddonfield, No. 3 Wildwood Catholic, No. 4 St. Joseph, No. 7 Moorestown, No. 8 St. Augustine; No. 9 Paul VI, No. 10 Pleasantville and No. 11 Millville.

The schedule

Saturday

11 a.m.: Glassboro vs. Rancocas Valley

12:30 p.m.: Pitman vs. Millville

2:15: Elizabeth vs. Pleasantville

3:45: Haddonfield vs. Paul VI

5:30: Trenton vs. St. Augustine

7: Wildwood Catholic vs. Moorestown

Sunday

10:30 a.m.: Winslow Twp. vs. Middle Twp.

Noon: Bordentown vs. Ocean City

1:30 p.m.: Southern Regional vs. Holy Spirit

3: Camden Catholic vs. St. Joseph

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