Greenwich tops New Canaan in hoops (slideshow)

In a battle of teams fighting to remain alive in the boys basketball postseason hunt, the Greenwich Cardinals downed the New Canaan Rams, 63-58, Tuesday night at NCHS. The Cards jumped out to an early lead thanks to the hot shooting of Conor Harkins, but the Rams rallied to close the gap in the second half. Greenwich held on for the five-point win.

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Greenwich’s Nick Bartels (21) and New Canaan’s Kyle Smith (33) keep their eyes on a possible rebound. (Dave Stewart/Hersam Acorn Newspapers Photo)

The Cards’ Griffin Golden at the line. (Dave Stewart/Hersam Acorn Newspapers Photo)

New Canaan’s Tyler Sweeney, who scored 16 points, puts up a shot. (Dave Stewart/Hersam Acorn Newspapers Photo)

Greenwich senior Leonel Hyatt (23) gets set to put up two points during the Cards’ 63-58 win. (Dave Stewart/Hersam Acorn Newspapers Photo)

Nick Bartels throws a pass. (Dave Stewart/Hersam Acorn Newspapers Photo)

Cardinal Leonel Hyatt (23) gets in front of Ram Kyle Smith. (Dave Stewart/Hersam Acorn Newspapers Photo)

Tim Russo (10) of New Canaan goes up for a shot against Greenwich’s Leonel Hyatt. (Dave Stewart/Hersam Acorn Newspapers Photo)

Greenwich’s Alec Oropall drives for two of his 11 points. (Dave Stewart/Hersam Acorn Newspapers Photo)

Ram Kwaku Gyasi leads the offense from the point, while Cardinal Addison Yost defends. (Dave Stewart/Hersam Acorn Newspapers Photo)

New Canaan’s Brian Macalla (4) drives while Greenwich’s Henry Golden (11) defends. (Dave Stewart/Hersam Acorn Newspapers Photo)

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