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Boys basketball: Green Tech ends CBA's season

Jamil Hood's 31 points leads Eagles past Brothers

CBA's Tyrell Ramsey takes a difficult shot in traffic during Thursday's Section II Class AA semifinal game against Green Tech at the Times Union Center.

CBA's Tyrell Ramsey takes a difficult shot in traffic during Thursday's Section II Class AA semifinal game against Green Tech at the Times Union Center. Photo by Rob Jonas.

— CBA fought to stay close to Green Tech the rest of the way, and the Brothers eventually took a 53-51 lead on two free throws by Nate Robinson in the fourth quarter. A pair of Greig Stire baskets helped keep CBA ahead by two points entering the final stretch.

Green Tech regained the lead after Kristopher Clark scored off a battle for a loose ball in the paint, and Hood drained a long three-pointer. Stire tied the score at 60-60 with a driving layup and a free throw, but free throws by Jizziah Carr and Najee Ward put the Eagles ahead to stay.

Stire netted 26 points, and Daniel Owens added 15 points for CBA.

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