Baltimore Sun staff
12:56 AM EST, February 6, 2013
Baltimore Catholic League and Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association officials met Tuesday at Loyola to discuss Friday's Archbishop Spalding at St. Frances boys basketball game.
When the Cavaliers went to the visitors' locker room at halftime, several personal items were missing, including five iPhones and $500, according to Spalding coach Derrick Lewis. BCL commissioner Jack Degele said "everything got resolved" during Tuesday's meeting and there will be "no repercussions" for St. Frances.
"Everything is good," Degele said. St. Frances will "make a couple [game-day] adjustments, and we feel that would be good. And we'll go from there."
Spalding left St. Frances at halftime Friday trailing 17-15.
The game will be picked up in the third quarter Sunday at St.Frances at 1 p.m.
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