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Sunday, Jan. 9, 2011

High School Sports

Smith’s late heroics sends Midwood to Aviator tourney title

Victor Gjecaj had a message for Bryan Smith as the Midwood star crossed half court with the game on the line. Comment
High School Sports

Loughlin bounces back from busted bus to beat Dobbins

Barely out of Brooklyn, the coach bus taking Bishop Loughlin to the fourth annual Villa Holiday Classic broke down. Comment
High School Sports

On the right track: Railsplitters beat Medgar Evers, win Baseline tourney title

Lincoln came into the season with relatively modest expectations. With two brand new coaches and many inexperienced players, the Railsplitters didn’t seem ready to compete with the PSAL’s upper-echelon teams. Comment

Monday, Jan. 3, 2011

High School Sports

Lions tamed by TMLA

Bishop Loughlin began its league schedule with games against arguably three of its top four teams, all losses, only missing out on defending New York Federation Class AA champion Christ the King. The outcomes have set a new barometer for the Lions, who are off to a fine start overall. Comment

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Deja vu for Jefferson as Orange Wave falls to another elite foe

Lawrence (Bud) Pollard is sick of watching his Thomas Jefferson boys basketball team fall short against elite opposition and he has a plan to fix those issues. It doesn’t include benching any starters or scrapping his offensive sets. Comment
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Fort Hamilton’s Reddish taking time with recruitment

Brandon Reddish, Fort Hamilton’s dynamic wide receiver/safety, is so tough in the open field because of his patience, his ability to wait until the final second to let his speed take over. He’s treating the recruiting process the same way. Comment
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Boxed in: Rodriguez’s defense leads Banneker over Grand Street

Jenipher Rodriguez had one job and one job alone against Grand Street Campus. The Banneker junior was to stick on Wolves dead-eye shooter Clarissa Gallagher like glue in the Warriors’ box-and-one defensive set. Comment

Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011

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Jennings’ late 3 shoots Ford past St. Francis Prep

It wasn’t shaping into the best of games for Jeane Jennings. Comment

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