Worcester Academy Boys Basketball builds around quality territory talent

Last week, Worcester Academy boys’ coach Jamie Sullivan gave his student athletes a day off. By “day off,” the coach didn’t mean to be at the gym under any circumstances.

However, Sullivan suspects that some of his players have searched high and low and eventually found a loophole to take advantage of the opportunity to get some extra work.

Work ethic is simply a survival instinct for players who compete in arguably the most competitive pre-school basketball league in the country and who dream of playing at the highest level of college basketball.

Despite a challenging schedule that often includes opponents who are sure to play big college basketball and perhaps one day turn pros, the Hilltoppers are off to a 9-4 start with a spell winning eight out of nine games.

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