Hoops court named for Saint Augustine’s alum Curtis March
TEANECK, N.J. Curtis March was celebrated Thursday with a ceremony naming the Teaneck High School basketball court in his honor.
March spent nearly 40 years teaching history at Teaneck High School, where he also was the boys and girls basketball coach.
His girls and boys teams combined to win 594 games and captured 34 league, county and state championships including two Group 4 state boys’ titles. He is the only coach in the state of New Jersey to win 300 games in boys’ basketball and 200 games in girls’ basketball.
March was a standout collegiate basketball player at then Saint Augustine’s College in the 1960s. He is a member of the Saint Augustine’s University Athletic Hall of Fame and the New Jersey Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame.
March, a Columbia, S.C. native, retired and moved to Charlotte in 2010.
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Track and Field
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