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Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2008


Jefferson remains confident despite loss to Lincoln

Thomas Jefferson proved it can play with Lincoln, the three-time defending city champions. Beating the Railsplitters, however, is another story. Comment.

Lance and Lincoln swat away challenger Jefferson


Bishop Ford slips past Prep on late Lewis 3-point play

Brittany Lewis has been waiting for her moment of validation, where the freshman truly proves to herself and her teammates that she can be an important contributor on the varsity level. Comment.

Lincoln-Thomas Jefferson boys’ hoops breakdown

At a glance: PSAL Brooklyn AA League Game Comment.

Reserves propel Molloy to win against Midwood

The Archbishop Molloy girls’ basketball team hasn’t looked like the same squad that won the CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens title last season, ending Christ the King’s 23-year reign as diocesan champion. Comment.

Soul-searching Railsplitters to face Roman Catholic

FORT MYERS, Fla. – The Lincoln boys’ basketball season is at a crossroads – and it’s not even New Year’s yet. Comment.

Brooklyn-born guard leads Wheeler over Lincoln

FORT MYERS, Fla. – When the Lincoln boys’ basketball team takes to the road to play in major tournaments, like the 36th annual City of Palms Classic, it brings more than just its uniforms and sneakers. Comment.

Kearney quick-hitter offense off to fast start

Cathy Crockett tried to quietly tell Christina Hiltunen, her point guard, to play without anyone hearing as she was dribbling up the court. That is because the longtime Bishop Kearney girls’ basketball coach wasn’t going to yell out Carolina, motion or one. Just “give-and-go.” Comment.

Lincoln, Stephenson take wrong turn vs. Westchester

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Dwayne (Tiny) Morton thought his team turned a corner with a win against Roman Catholic (Pa.) Monday. Instead, Lance Stephenson turned an ankle and the Lincoln boys’ basketball team took a step backward in a 68-56 loss to Westchester (Calif.) at the City of Palms Classic at Bishop Verot HS Tuesday afternoon. Comment.

Liharevic’s buzzer beater, big fourth lifts Villa over Kearney

Shpresa Liharevic had that certain look about her as she drove the ball down court with 6.7 seconds left and the score tied. Comment.

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