Posted On: 02/16/19 10:13 AM

Last night gave another reason why Baltimore high school basketball is like no other. Not only because of the elite talent on the floor, but the atmosphere. Tickets for the game sold out days prior. A total of 1,200 tickets. In a game between two rival teams that would decide the top seed for the MIAA A Conference playoffs, you’d think there would be no shortage of hostility between fans. But last night was bigger than basketball. St. Frances junior point guard Ace Baldwin‘s father would be in attendance, his first time since being diagnosed with leukemia. St. Frances and Mt. St. Joe fans came together and wore orange to support the movement against the horrible disease.

 

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