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Sunday, Feb. 14, 2010

High School Sports

New York City stars seeing Orange

Three of the Big Apple’s best high-school football stars will be donning orange in the fall. Comment
High School Sports

National Signing Day notebook: McAdoo, Wheeler sign with Stony Brook

Bryant McAdoo has built a bond with the coaching staff at Stony Brook since his sophomore year when the Long Island school started showing interest. The 6-foot-5 Cardinal Hayes wide receiver is big on family and feels he found another one at the Long Island school. Comment
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Thrilling comeback sends Poly Prep past Dalton in OT

Jackie Kennedy had mixed feelings about the outcome of her shot -- one as the ball traveled her way from across the court and another as it left her hand. Whether she was shooting it or not was the only thing she was certain of. Comment
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Jewel of a performance for Midwood against Center

The word Artie LaGreca used to describe Jewel Tunstull’s season was “consistent.” And the Northeastern-bound center has been just that for Midwood in her first year transferring from Virginia. Comment
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Chicken lands at St. Mike’s

Tayshana (Chicken) Murphy, the star sophomore guard who left Bishop Loughlin this week, has enrolled at St. Michael Academy and will start classes at the Manhattan school Monday, Eagles girls basketball coach Apache Paschall told The Post last week. Comment
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Ford in driver’s seat for fourth straight division title

Long before playing its first game, the Bishop Ford boys basketball team met at the Park Slope, Brooklyn school and set three goals for the season: To remain academically eligible throughout the season, to claim the CHSAA A-South division title and to advance to the Class A intersectional semifinals. Comment
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Fontbonne star juggles hoops, soccer

Just like her teammates on the Fontbonne Hall girls basketball team, Katie Henderson dribbles a ball during pre-game warm-ups. Except, with Henderson, the practice causes coach Steve Oliver to scream. Comments (1)
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The High is on the rise

It’s been six years, but Boys & Girls is back on top of Brooklyn all by itself. Comment

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