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Sunday, Oct. 31, 2010

High School Sports

No laughing matter: Donahue propels Poly past Fieldston

Lily Donahue was bed-ridden with a stomach virus the first time Poly Prep met Fieldston and the phone call she got from teammate Cherkira Lashley after the match made her feel even worse. Comment
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Railsplitters ruin comeback bid, run over Erasmus

Wayne Morgan’s long punt return set up Shaquell Jackson’s rushing touchdown, cutting Lincoln’s lead to just one possession and giving Erasmus Hall new life. Comment
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Big second half keeps Goldstein’s title hopes alive

Joanna Soares stressed to her team the importance of limiting turnovers and mistakes at halftime. The Leon Goldstein coach watch bad passes and touches nearly turn into goals. While the Dolphins were lucky enough to have their mistakes not hurt them, they took full advantage of a Brooklyn Tech miscue. Comment
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Fontbonne Hall wins Tottenville’s Robert Kronisch Memorial Tournament

Linda Strong found out something about her team Saturday. When her Fontbonne Hall team doesn’t know the team on the other side of the court, the Bonnies get back on their heels and don’t play their best. When it’s a familiar name? That’s when they turn it up a notch. Comment
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Fumbles, injuries help erase Erasmus

Danny Landberg had just one explanation for his team’s play in a 28-8 loss to Lincoln on Friday night. Comment
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Hail to the Chiefs: Canarsie finally gets first win

So close, yet so far. That has been the story of Canarsie’s season thus far. Comment
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Determined Sharks earn share of Brooklyn A West

Rich Tighe likes to think of his soccer team at Sheepshead Bay the way kids dream of Christmas. Comment

Monday, Oct. 25, 2010

High School Sports

Getting his kicks: Marando stars on Xaverian football, soccer teams

They have explosive playmakers at running back, receiver and in the defensive backfield, as well as a poised senior leader at quarterback. But the secret of Xaverian’s success is buried a bit under the surface. Comment

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Xaverian pays back Farrell with 48-0 thrashing

Xaverian didn’t forget what happened against Monsignor Farrell and hopes the Lions feel exactly the same why this time around. Comment
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No Littell task: Tech middle balancing volleyball, superior academics

Colette Littell has the potential to earn a college scholarship through academics or volleyball. But if there was Division I women’s juggling, the Brooklyn Tech junior would be a shoo-in. Comment
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Orange Wave wash Port Richmond back to Staten Island

Thomas Jefferson is one of the biggest stories of the season in PSAL football. The Orange Wave won four of their first five games, beating notable teams like Sheepshead Bay and Flushing. Still, the coaching staff and players don’t feel like they’ve gotten their due in their inaugural season in the City Championship division. Comment
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Kearney handles St. Edmund, eyes Notre Dame

Charlie Candela knew something had to change in the preseason. Oddly enough, with two forwards up front his Bishop Kearney girls soccer team wasn’t generating enough offensive chances. So rather than adding another player he subtracted, leaving talented freshman Darian Raccuglia alone at forward and pulling senior Emily Mason back to midfield. Comment
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Tigers stun Goldstein, hold Wishart scoreless

Ed Coyne thought he was in for a rebuilding season after losing eight seniors from a team that earned a share of the division title last season. While the Fort Hamilton coach believes his young team is still a year away they are starting to give him plenty of validation to the statement. Comment
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Stepinac tops Ford, stays perfect to set up Royal clash

Mike O’Donnell knew what was coming next week for his Archbishop Stepinac club. A win over Bishop Ford would set up a clash with Christ the King, which is the other CHSFL ‘AA-A’ with an unblemished league record. Comment

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