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Ketelhut was most recently with the Beverly Bandits club organization and has coached at Detroit Mercy, Northwood University, several Michigan high schools and club organizations.
The all-male, Catholic high school is located at 4133 Banks Street at the corner of Banks and Carrollton.
The players come from high schools in 33 states, representing teams ranging from Virginia, Tennessee and Florida to Ohio, Missouri and California.
Caputo was certified to teach middle school and high school students starting in 2009, until his certification expired last August.
The Costa Mesa school is the only one among the district’s four comprehensive high schools that does not have an Olympic-size pool.
Florida Prospects, which hosts its massive annual 48-team girls holiday event this week at three Orange County high schools, is also running a first-year boys basketball event, Thursday through Friday, at Poinciana High in Osceola County.
His public defender, Marcus Jenkins, said Wovas has completed high school, works at Bob’s Discount Furniture and has some history of mental illness.
Crawford was acquitted by a jury last year of the murder of his Renaissance Academy classmate Ananias Jolley, 17, in a 2015 stabbing inside the Baltimore public high school.
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First Known Use: 1857See Words from the same year
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