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Friday, April 30, 2010

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Big second inning leads Xaverian over Molloy

Two varsity starts, two huge early-game leads, two wins. Xaverian ace Steve Pastrana has to wonder if this is going to happen every time he steps on the mound. Comment
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Armed and ready: Carbone pitches Poly Prep past Berkeley Carroll

There was extra “oomph,” as Richie Carbone called it, in the Poly Prep dugout on April 22. Berkeley Carroll, the same club that shocked the Blue Devils in last year’s NYSAISAA title game, was in Bay Ridge. Comment
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Finger roll: Loughlin’s Alexander takes third in Penn Relays shot put

Adrienne Alexander could hear Ed Howard’s voice in her head with each short throw. Comment
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Loughlin lets go girls hoops coach

After going winless in its first season back in CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens Division I, Bishop Loughlin has fired head girls basketball coach Rocco Romano, Comment
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All-Brooklyn girls basketball honors

No borough in New York City had a greater depth of girls basketball talent – in players and teams – than Brooklyn. The story of the season was the emergence of Bishop Ford not only as a city powerhouse but a team that made some waves on the national level, beating both Christ the King and St. Michael Academy in the same year. Comment
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Our All-Brooklyn boys basketball honors

The borough known for hoops enjoyed another exceptional season on the hardwood. Boys & Girls won its first PSAL title since 1979, winning the AA crown, and Bedford Academy claimed the B championship, its first city title of any kind. Comment

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

High School Sports

Xaverian runs over St. Francis Prep

Xaverian has a catcher going to the University of Arizona, a deep and talented pitching staff and a Division I centerfielder. That alone should make the Clippers a contender for the CHSAA Class A intersectional title. Comment

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Monday, April 26, 2010

High School Sports

Wheelchair Charities HS Basketball Classic roundup: Brooklyn is king yet again

Brooklyn has developed a rep as the city’s elite borough. Last week was a perfect example that perception is often similar to reality. Comment
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Medgar Evers guard signs with St. Francis College

The phone calls from college coaches have come pouring in for Medgar Evers senior Jasmin Robinson. There was Hofstra, St. Peter’s and Rhode Island just this week. The lightning quick point guard has become a hot commodity. Comment
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Capozucca, Sollazzo power Poly Prep past Fieldston

Victoria Capozucca didn’t like what she was hearing during a meeting in the circle. Poly Prep coach Mildred Piscopo huddled with her team to talk about how to deal with Fieldston star Kate Miller with runners on first and third and no outs and the Blue Devils up five runs in the bottom of the sixth. Comment
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Poly Prep wakes up just in time, extending streak with furious rally

Poly Prep’s 52-game Ivy league winning streak was six outs from ending. The crowd was quiet and the opposing bench full of smiles. Comment
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Koch, Zych lift Midwood over Columbus in overtime

John Murphy watched his attack ride Columbus defenders well all game, so he wasn’t surprised when Blake Koch knocked a ball free in the Sharks’s end with the clock winding down in overtime. Comment
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Felder, David closing in on college choices

Beranda Felder will be making her college decision soon. She just wants to make sure it is the right one. Comment

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