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Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010

High School Sports

Clipped: Xaverian suffers first defeat of season

Two plays into the battle of undefeated teams in the CHSFL ‘AAA’, Xaverian led on a Laray Smith 33-yard touchdown run. A few minutes later, Zyrel Hardy sacked Fordham Prep quarterback Max Kinder, the ball popping into the hands of Raymond Iannocone, who rumbled for a 67-yard score. Comment
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Lincoln’s Williams first to officially be named U.S. Army All-American

Last Thursday afternoon, the U.S. Army began its national selection tour to visit the high schools of all 90 football players selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Saturday, Jan. 8 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Comment
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‘Team effort’ leads Erasmus past Sheepshead

Last week was a miserable one for Erasmus Hall. The Dutchmen had no legitimate place to practice with their own field under construction and the Parade Grounds, where they were in the preseason, unavailable. They ended up practicing twice in the school’s small courtyard and the end result was a loss to Grand Street Campus. Comment
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Win by Campus Magnet marred by controversy, early stoppage

Campus Magnet’s 16-6 win against Boys & Girls in PSAL City Championship division football yesterday will come with an asterisk after a wild scene forced referees to stop the contest with 3:37 remaining. Comment

Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010

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X-Men escape Chaminade with bounce-back victory

Xaverian was absolutely reeling. Comment

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SAL Brooklyn girls volleyball preview: Engineers looking for someone to steer train

How does a team replace a setter who led it to back-to-back undefeated league seasons and a pair of quarterfinals berths? That’s the very same question Brooklyn Tech coach Rosanne D’Augusta is asking herself right now. Comment
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Wave ‘shock’ Sharks, proving they belong

Mark Thomas heard all the haters this week, the ones who downplayed Thomas Jefferson’s win over Flushing in Week 1, the ones who said the Orange Wave still don’t belong in the PSAL City Championship division. Comment
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Happy Hornets buzzing with confidence

The team had 32 kills in just three playoff matches last season and has improved after a winter spent playing with the Creole club program. Comment
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Vital’s run, dominant defense lead Lincoln past dogged Campus Magnet

In Week 1, Andrew Vital ran for two touchdowns and compiled 168 total yards of offense. Sunday afternoon, he struggled somewhat, committing three turnovers and failing to break the century mark on the ground. Comment
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Bouncing back: Grand Street upsets Erasmus Hall

Grand Street Campus went into opening weekend looking at itself as a PSAL city title contender and ended up laying an egg. The Wolves were run over by league power Sheepshead Bay in what could have easily been a confidence-shattering, season-altering loss. Comment
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Serve’s up: Fontbonne aces its way to win over TMLA

It was a win that Fontbonne needed. The Bonnies started the season with a brutal first three matches — No. 2 St. Francis Prep, No. 6 Mary Louis and No. 9 Archbishop Molloy this past Monday. Comment

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