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Sunday, March 14, 2010

High School Sports

State indoor track notebook: Loughlin’s Alexander leads trio of NYC shot putters

Adrienne Alexander admits she will be sorry to see Lancaster’s Melissa Kurzdorfer and North Babylon’s Vanessa Stewart graduate even though they stood in her way from a New York State shot put title. Comment
High School Sports

Putting aside pain, Isler inspires in championship victory

Leroy Isler described the pain in his left ankle as sharp. He had trouble walking lately and didn’t attend the city championship game press conference on March 4. Comment
High School Sports

Getting defensive: Pinkston leads Loughlin to CHSAA ‘AA’ semis

Jayvaughn Pinkston has made his name as an offensive force in the paint and on the perimeter. The McDonald’s All-American is a 6-foot-6, 220-pound ball of power with a finesse streak. Comment
High School Sports

Ahadzi, Sandiford, Duggan claim state boys indoor titles

Richmond Ahadzi stood with the rest of his competition staring anxiously at the results board. The Sheepshead Bay junior and Amityville’s Sancho Barnett appeared to have crossed the line together. Comment
High School Sports

Bed Stuy is back: Boys & Girls claims first crown since 1979

With tears in her eyes, the PSAL Class AA championship trophy in her hands, and chants of “You can’t beat The High” in the background, Ruth Lovelace was the picture of serenity. Comment
High School Sports

The slipper still fits for Brooklyn Tech as Cinderella run continues

As Brooklyn Tech senior forward Kherel Silcott stood at the free throw line late in a PSAL Class A quarterfinal matchup with Martin Luther King Jr., the Brooklyn Tech student section started its final cheer of the afternoon. Comment
High School Sports

Samb, an unlikely hero, sends Bedford back to semifinals

With the season on the line, Robert Phelps called timeout. Comment

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

High School Sports

Surprised Sheepshead claims PSAL boys indoor crown

There were looks of dejection on Sheepshead Bay’s faces coming down to the awards ceremony. Coach John Padula’s calculation had his team losing to Midwood by two points in a meet in which the Sharks did not win a single event. Comment

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