NJ’s St. Anthony HS Remains Undefeated at 30-0, Wins 28th State Title (VIDEOS)

On the heels of another state championship for the Jersey City school, check out our four-episode doc on the program.
by March 14, 2016

Despite not even having a home gymnasium or weight room, the St. Anthony Friars—led by legendary Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley—have still managed to finish off the season as one of the top programs in the nation year after year. This season was no different, as the Jersey City (NJ) school went on to capture the NJSIAA Non-Public B state title this past weekend, which improved its season record to 30-0 with the Friars now prepping for the Tournament of Champions bracket. The championship gave St. Anthony its 28th overall state title and first since 2012. Led by Georgetown-bound guard Jagan Mosely, who posted a game-high 16 points on Saturday, the Friars are listed No. 4 in the nation by USA Today’s Super 25 expert ranking. Last fall, we spent time with team and put together a four-episode mini-doc on the program. Check out the links below to view each one.

Episode 1: The Tryout
Episode 2: Shyquan Gibbs
Episode 3: Bob Hurley
Episode 4: Jagan Mosely