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Sunday, Jan. 31, 2010

High School Sports

Slow start again dooms South Shore

Slow starts have become too much the norm for South Shore. Comment
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Vikings get after it despite absence of Odom

For Anwar Gladden, there was one major difference between his team’s losses to Midwood and Francis Lewis – and it had nothing to do with the absence of star guard Jasmine Odom in the latter. Comment
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Peguero, Hornets buzz by Bloomfield Tech

There has been no questioning Midwood’s frontcourt this season. Northeastern-bound center Jewel Tunstull is a major presence in the paint. Junior small forward Francess Henry has emerged as one of the city’s best 3-point shooters. Comment
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Mason seeing game mature in second season at Ford

Diani Mason said she is starting feel more of a vibe as all the aspects of her game begin to sync together. Comment
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On point: Edwards leads CK over Bishop Loughlin

Corey Edwards loves everything about Bishop Loughlin — climbing the three flights of stairs to the cramped gym, playing in front of a large and boisterous crowd. But most of all he loves facing Jayvaughn Pinkston. Comment
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Romero, fourth-quarter run propel TMLA past Kearney

It has become a matter of if not when for The Mary Louis Academy. The Hilltoppers have made long scoring runs off their fullcourt press and trapping defense a norm in games this season. Against Bishop Ford last Wednesday, they turned a 10-point halftime deficit into an 11-point, third-quarter lead. Comment
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Toro goes off after Ford loss to Woodson

Playing right with a nationally recognized team for four quarters might have earned the Bishop Ford players a pizza party in previous years. But things are different in Park Slope now. Expectations are heightened. That’s what happens when you beat Christ the King and St. Michael Academy in the same season. Comment

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