2013-2014 Season Review
The boys’ basketball team finished its season with an 11-10 record, extending the program’s streak of seasons with 10 wins or more to 12 seasons. Only 23 boys’ basketball programs in Indiana have an active streak of at least 12 seasons of 10 wins or more. The team started the season 1-4 before winning 10 of its final 16 games. Included in that run was the program’s first sectional win over Warren Central in 35 years and a 12-point loss in the sectional final to nationally ranked Tech. The Rebels played a schedule ranked among the 30 most difficult in the state (out of 416 programs) and finished the season ranked 34th in the Sagarin statewide computer rankings.
Junior Jimmy King led the Rebels in scoring with a 17.5 points per game average, which is the highest scoring average by a Roncalli player in five seasons. King earned second team All-Marion County honors, was nominated for IBCA (Indiana Basketball Coaches Association) Player of the Week, and was the MVP of the Shelby Shootout. Junior Max Clifford, who hit a team-best 43 three-pointers, was an honorable mention All-County choice. Senior Christopher Fey earned the team’s Mental Attitude Award. Senior Cam Smock was awarded the Kiwanis Club of Indianapolis boys’ basketball scholarship. He also was named honorable mention Academic All-State, as were senior teammates Christopher Fey, David Holtkamp, Aaron Schnell and Kyle Stretch. Both Stretch and Clifford were selected to play in this summer’s East/West All-Star Game.
Senior Levi Bailey established a new school single-game record by hitting 5-5 three-pointers at Park Tudor. He accomplished the feat one month after Fey had tied the record by going 4-4 in a home game with Park Tudor.
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