Transfer Fills Void, Provides Veteran Presence For Marist Girls Basketball

LIVE VIDEO: Watch games all year, on any device with High School Sports Live Hanna is averaging ‘ this level and she helped show these younger girls that there’s a fast pace and a slow pace ‘

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When’ Kailyce Hanna transferred’to Marist, she envisioned suiting up next to Central Florida commit Breyanna Frazier.

But before that could happen, Frazier went down with a heart-breaking knee injury. That blow in the first month of the season left Marist searching for answers and it also left the Knights in desperate need of a veteran player to lead a young team.

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The North Bergen transfer has delivered and she was a key piece again on Wednesday as seventh-seeded Marist beat 10th-seeded Newark Academy, 73-55, in the North, Non-Public B playoffs. Hanna finished that game with 19 points, five rebounds and five assists.

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Big House Memories: Red Oak girls finished runner-up three times in five years ADRIAN O’HANLON III | Staff File PhotoRainey Mauzey (23) helped Red Oak get to the Class B state championship game in 2014 and 2016.’

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The last time Red Oak did not win at least one state championship in a calendar year was 2005. Since then, from 2006 to the present, Red Oak has won 24 of its 25 state championships in school history.

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