Carrie Holden, Maxwell’s mother and a Sales and Education Manager for Boscia skincare, was over-joyed to see Lewis at the hospital. “When we got off the elevator, she jumped into my arms and started crying,” Lewis said. “Then we just started crying.” Lewis and his teammates learned about Maxwell’s situation earlier Thursday, one day after they beat Trenton Catholic to win the school’s first South Non-Public B championship. Maxwell was in the hospital for that game, and Tahj coached under duress and Lewis said the coach was understandably distracted. “Tahj didn’t know that it was this severe, he thought it was something else,” Lewis said. Tahj was not with the team on Thursday and isn’t expected on Friday; it’s unclear if he will coach in Saturday’s game. If he doesn’t, Tierney will coach the team.
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