HEBRON, Maine – Hebron Academy Athletic Director Leslie Guenther is pleased to announce that members of the varsity boys’ basketball team Xavier Bernard ’12 and Shaquille Cezont-Holmes ’13 have earned Class C All-New England honors.
Bernard, a postgraduate from St. Albans, NY, was selected to the Class C All-New England Second Team, while junior Cezont-Holmes of Quebec, Canada, was awarded Honorable Mention. Bernard, a forward, anchored Hebron’s offensive effort, leading the team in scoring and steals with five per game; he averaged 18 points per game and 4 rebounds. Cezont-Holmes, a guard, averaged 15 points per game and put forth his best efforts against Hyde ME; scoring 37 points, and against Kents Hill, posting 32 points.
Head Coach Bill Flynn notes of his talented players, “This was a groundbreaking season for us. The efforts of Shaq and Xavier really set the tone for our team and brought Hebron basketball to a whole new level. The Academy is incredibly proud of this burgeoning program and our boys.”
The Hebron Academy varsity boys’ basketball team was runner-up in the 2012 New England Class C championship against Hyde School (CT) and made school history with its NEPSAC playoff run, upsetting Pingree School (MA) and Providence (RI) Country Day School to reach the Class C Finals.
About Hebron Academy:
Founded in 1804, Hebron Academy is a small, independent, college preparatory boarding and day school for boys and girls in grades six through postgraduate. At Hebron, humanity and achievement ring true. Students from across the United States and around the world are challenged and inspired to reach their highest potential in mind, body, and spirit through small classes, knowledgeable teachers who provide individual attention, and a friendly, respectful atmosphere. Hebron offers a comprehensive curriculum in language arts and literature, mathematics, science, foreign languages, and history and boasts vibrant athletic and fine arts programs that enrich students of diverse backgrounds and interests. Hebron is located on the eastern edge of Maine’s White Mountains and is accredited by New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). For information, visit www.hebronacademy.org.
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