The 2016-17 basketball season will be the last chance for seven seniors on the Seton Keough High basketball team to make history on the court.
That was expected.
It will also be the final opportunity at the school for six underclassmen and first-year varsity basketball coach Stephanie Gilmore to join them in leaving their mark.
The Archdiocese of Baltimore announced in late October plans to close Seton Keough after the school year because of declining enrollment and the need to upgrade facilities.
Senior guard Yasmin Lewis (5-feet, 9 inches) knows how she wants the last season to end.
“We really want to win a championship, to show the last snap of...