ASI boys' basketball win first-ever state title

Near anniversary of his mother's passing, Bogle helps Innovation boys basketball win first-ever state title
Posted on 03/19/2019
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UNCASVILLE - He sat in the locker room, almost one year ago to the day, and broke down.

He had just given everything he had. He left it all on the floor, exhausted himself physically and drained himself emotionally. And it still wasn’t enough.

March 10, 2018.

It was three years and a day after Ramiesh Bogle had lost his mother, Hyacinth, to a battle with cancer. And the then-junior guard played his heart out for the Innovation boys basketball team.

He said he came out focused, and that’s hard to argue. He scored 14 points and played aggressive defense, a trademark for the quick, bullish 5-foot-10 guard. Ravens head coach Matt Lance says he “stills gets goosebumps” remembering that performance, one he said was Ramiesh’s “best game ever.”

But Bogle and the Ravens still came up short, 57-55, in a Division V quarterfinals loss to eventual state champion Cromwell.

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