Contact Us
Stamford Daily Voice serves Stamford, CT
Return to your home site


Stamford Daily Voice serves Stamford, CT

Nearby Towns


Stamford Basketball Teams Hit The Courts Friday

Schadrac Casimir and the Trinity Catholic boys basketball team will play in Bridgeport on Friday.
Schadrac Casimir and the Trinity Catholic boys basketball team will play in Bridgeport on Friday. Photo Credit: Tom Renner

STAMFORD, Conn. – Stamford High School meets Bassick Friday in Norwalk for the Paul Kuczo Holiday Tournament championship as all three boys basketball teams from the city hit the courts.

Westhill meets host Brien McMahon in the Kuczo consolation game, while Trinity Catholic heads to the Arena at Harbor Yard in Bridgeport to meet MacArthur of New York.

Stamford coach Dan Melzer picked up the first win of his coaching career on Wednesday, a 45-38 victory over McMahon. Evans Antoine scored 20 points for the Black Knights (1-4) and Kenny Wright added 13.

Melzer, a former Stamford hoops star, played under former coach Jim Moriarty, whom he replaced in July when Moriarty stepped down to become the school’s athletic director. Melzer graduated from Stamford High in 2001.

Stamford will meet Bassick (5-0) in the championship game at 7 p.m. at McMahon. Bassick beat Westhill, 78-60, in the opening round Wednesday. The Vikings (4-1) meet the Senators (0-5) at 5 p.m.

Trinity Catholic (4-0) plays LaSalle Academy of New York on at 6 p.m. Thursday at Harbor Yard before meeting MacArthur on Friday, also at 6. The Crusaders have gotten off to an impressive start with wins over Harding, Bridgeport Central, Norwalk and Greenwich.  The latter three have lost just once this season.

The Crusaders are led by senior guard Schadrac Casimir, who scored 50 points in a 89-81 double overtime win over Greenwich. Casimir is averaging 32.3 points per game.

to sign up for Daily Voice's free daily emails and news alerts.

Welcome to

Stamford Daily Voice!

This is a one time message inviting you to keep in touch

Get important news about your town as it happens.