Archive - Jan 4, 2012 - Sports Article
PAWTUCKET â Charles Correa admits that Saturday, Jan. 7 has been in his sights the moment he first laid eyes on St. Raphaelâs schedule.
As the date thatâs been circled in red and ingrained in his mind draws near, Correaâs competitive fire only intensifies. Come Saturday night at CCRI-Warwick, the 5-foot-8 junior will draw the assignment of shadowing New London (Conn.) High School senior and Providence College-bound Kris Dunn.
PAWTUCKET â When St. Raphael Academyâs senior forward, Cesar Mejia, picked up his fourth personal foul early in the second half of Tuesday nightâs Division I game with Cranston East, point guard Charles Correa had a bad thought.
âI thought we were in trouble without Cesar,â Correa admitted.
Then Correa, arguably the best high school player in Rhode Island, had another thought.