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Sunday, May 23, 2010

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Ford runs over previously unbeaten Xaverian

Bishop Ford had just done what no team in the CHSAA could do this year, beating previously undefeated Xaverian, the No. 1 team in The Post’s New York City baseball poll. And the Falcons did so convincingly, routing the Clippers, 9-2, at Shore Road in Brooklyn on May 11. Comment
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Samuell finds best of both worlds in Fordham

Rarely at a loss for words, Lamount Samuell Jr. didn’t do much talking last weekend. After signing his National Letter of Intent with Fordham University, he was too happy. Comment
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Capozucca shakes off injury, propels Poly Prep

When Poly Prep scored three runs against Horace Mann in the top of the first inning, it looked like things would be business as usual for the defending NYSAISAA champions. However, in the bottom of the inning, things got intriguing for the Blue Devils and their ace pitcher Victoria Capozucca. Comment
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Naz nice destination for former St. Mike’s players

Apache Paschall was a desperate man three months ago. The CHSAA Class AA state playoffs were approaching and the then-St. Michael Academy girls basketball coach was trying to find suitable — and big enough — places for his nationally ranked team to practice in. Comment
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Alston sees current, future progress for Lions girls basketball program

Alston isn’t one to expect immediate success, but progress is another matter. Comment
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New Utrecht turns triple play, but falls to Fort Hamilton

Chris Hodgens wasn’t even looking as he threw the ball toward second base. New Utrecht’s catcher’s left spike was stuck in the dirt as he heard everyone yelling “two.” Comment
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Loud and talented, Fort Hamilton’s making plenty of noise

When team leaders Daniel Mendez, Franciel Campusano, Franklyn Perez, and Johnny Faison Jr. gathered for offseason workouts, the four didn’t talk about goals for the upcoming season. They didn’t discuss hitting techniques or how to attack opposing hitters. Comment

Monday, May 17, 2010

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New Nazareth squad leaves questions for CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens

Former St. Michael Academy coach Apache Paschall and his players landing at Nazareth has CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens coaches wondering what the future holds for their league. Comment

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Matt’s all folks: Madison’s Ecock slams door on Telecom

The game-winning run stood 90 feet away. The crowd worked itself up into a lather and the opposition was on its feet, making noise however it could. Comment

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