|St. Paul's Tyler Arbuckle, left, was named MVP of the small-school game|
at the CHSCA All-Star Festival after recording 24 points, seven rebounds
and four assists for Team Constitution. (Copyright, Sports on CT-69, 2018 file)
The games had to be rescheduled to Thursday because of the threat of snow, but they did get played at Maloney High School in Meriden. When it was all said and done, a local standout won the MVP in the Constitution-Charter Oak game, which pitted players from divisions III, IV and V against each other.
St. Paul's Tyler Arbuckle had 27 points, seven rebounds and four assists, including the game-winning dime, for Team Constitution. Arbuckle made a touch pass to Classical Magnet's Tyriece Woods for the game-winning bucket in a 134-133 victory.
In a bit of a twist, Falcon teammate Mike Palmieri played for Charter Oak.
|St. Paul's Mike Palmieri played for Team Charter|
Oak in that small-school game.
(Copyright, Sports on CT-69, 2018 file)
Gaiter and Solomon are also on a Connecticut team coached by Jon Carroll that will play in the 57th JCC Schoolboy/Schoolgirl Classic on April 8 at the Cardinal Shehan Center in Bridgeport. Carroll will coach the team, along with Notre Dame-Fairfield's Chris Watts. Tyler Bourne and Noreaga Davis of the Lancers will join Gaiter and Solomon on that team, which faces New Jersey.