St. Raymond's continues championship celebration at its annual basketball dinner

Although St. Raymond's won the Catholic League City title for the second time back in March, the celebrating continued Wednesday night.

The team held its annual basketball dinner where players received their championship rings. Head coach Oliver Antigua introduced each player and placed the rings on their fingers.

For Antigua, the championship is extra special because he became the first coach in Catholic League history to win the city title in each of his first two years as head coach.

A half dozen other awards were given out and the team's assistant made his final appearance. He is leaving to take an assistant coaching job at Marist.

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