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Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2010

High School Sports

Speed racers: Explosive Xaverian has high expectations

Xaverian is daring to dream big. Coach Joe DeSiena recently asked his team what their goal for the season was and the answer was unanimous and unwavering. Comment
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Tech not getting too high on 2009 achievements

Kyle McKenna has already made one thing known to his players: Last year’s success will not necessarily carry over. Comment
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Experienced Midwood counting on depth, QB Clarke

Steve Basile was asked to name his stars, the players that might strike fear into the rest of the city. The Midwood football coach paused. Comment
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Small but skilled Madison hopes to build for the future

The James Madison football team will be virtually unrecognizable from the one that went 2-16 the last two seasons. Comment
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Vital piece: Quarterback ‘the key’ for loaded Lincoln

378-pound offensive tackle/guard Rotchill Medor, is either new or inexperienced. Wayne Williams, who is receiving interest from Penn State and Syracuse, is playing two ways for the first time this fall. Comment
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Coach expecting bounce-back season for Grady

Grady is the only team that went winless last year in the PSAL City Championship division yet remained up at the highest level. There’s good reason for that, according to coach Andrew Jashyn. Comment
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Bombs away: Super-talented E-Hall is a contender again

than Samerson, a potential future star. Comment
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Close-knit Canarsie eyes bounce-back season

He led the JV to a 8-2 mark last fall, rushing for 353 yards and four touchdowns and racking up a team-high 61 tackles. Comment

Monday, Aug. 30, 2010

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Two of a kind: South Shore duo develop together with New Heights

At a distance, it seems like Terrence Samuel and Shamiek Sheppard have known each other for years. They finish each other’s sentences, spend virtually all their free time together off the court at Samuel’s Canarsie home, and often look for each other on the court during games. Comment

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Well-traveled Ortiz ‘not sure’ if he’s coming back to Lincoln

Chris Ortiz has been so many different places this summer, yet he still doesn’t know where he’ll end up for school next month. The 6-foot-7 forward says he is “not sure” whether or not he’ll return to Lincoln, the place he transferred to from Christ the King in December. Comment

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