Jayden Munson obituary and dead, PG Louisburg College cause of death

Jalen Munson showcased an outstanding performance, scoring a team-high 15 points, including 11 crucial free throws in a tightly contested fourth quarter. This stellar performance led St. Peter’s to secure its sixth consecutive victory with a 62-58 CHSAA AA decision over Monsignor Scanlan in the Bronx.

Building on his career-high 24-point effort in the previous game against Bishop Loughlin, Munson continued his impressive form, particularly excelling at the free-throw line. He finished an impressive 13 for 16 from the charity stripe, connecting on 11 of 12 attempts in the crucial final eight minutes, ultimately securing the win for the 11-2 Eagles.

Seniors Alex Chi and Steven Bradley contributed significantly with 11 points each, and junior point guard Michael Spisto delivered another strong performance with 10 points, seven assists, seven rebounds, and three steals.

Coach Ryan Woods praised the efforts of Munson and Spisto, highlighting their tremendous play in handling Scanlan’s pressure, and Munson’s accuracy from the free-throw line during the critical moments of the game. Despite playing more than half the game without Qadir Martin due to illness, the Eagles demonstrated resilience and secured the victory.

Jorel Monroe made a significant impact off the bench, scoring a career-high nine points, including two three-pointers. On the opposing side, Jabari Phillip and Nasir Rodriguez led Scanlan with 17 and 14 points, respectively.

The game, tied at 22 at halftime, saw the Eagles take the lead in the fourth quarter with Bradley’s seven points and three-pointers from Spisto and Monroe. St. Peter’s showcased its depth and determination to secure another important win in the CHSAA AA competition.

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