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May, 2016

High School Sports

Farewell — but not goodbye

My watch has ended. Comment

Lincoln long-shot Williams get second chance with Giants

Ishaq Williams’s football career nearly ended in disgrace. Comment

Making light of the darkness

I thought I’d seen it all — until the field lights stayed off at the College of Staten Island. Comment

April, 2016


Only one Pearl: Baller Washington dead at 52

Hoops legend Dwayne “Pearl” Washington played to a different beat, and New York City followed the sound — everywhere. Comment
High School Sports

Faison’s blue-collar mentality key to breakout summer

The uncommitted Malachi Faison has seen firsthand what one big travel-ball season can do for your recruiting stock, and is determined to follow in the footsteps of Thomas Jefferson teammates Shamorie Ponds and Rasheem Dunn. Comment
High School Sports

Rainy weather putting damper on spring season

Dear Mother Nature, enough rain already. Please stop. We need some sun. Comment

Tele’s Ed D’Alessio leaves on a high note

Ed D’Alessio left when the time was right. Comments (2)

March, 2016

High School Sports

Meet Brooklyn’s can’t-miss baseball and softball stars

Can’t make it to Citi Field or Yankee Stadium for a big-league game? Here is your guide to the top high-school players to come out and watch right here in Kings County this spring. Comment
High School Sports

Ponds turned hype into history

Shamorie Ponds delivered — on everything. Comment
High School Sports

Tensions pushing Catholic girls’ hoops leagues further apart

Can’t they all just get along? Comment

February, 2016

High School Sports

Lions roaring into postseason

What a difference a year makes. Comment
High School Sports

Lincoln, Robeson biggest threats to Brooklyn champ Jefferson

One potential public Brooklyn high-school basketball finale match-up stands out among the rest — Lincoln versus Jefferson. Comment
High School Sports

Xaverian back in hunt for city title

Xaverian is back in the championship mix — even after a major roster overhaul. Comment

January, 2016


Loughlin’s girls on the rebound

An ugly win said volumes about Bishop Loughlin’s girls’ basketball team — the Lions are growing up. Comment

No safety net: Brooklyn can’t afford any more missteps

The Nets are at a self-made crossroads. Its lack of draft picks leaves the club little margin for error when choosing the path it hopes leads out of the National Basketball Association’s basement. Comment

Tripp turns page with Rutgers commitment

What a 10 months it has been for the Lincoln forward Jahlil Tripp. Comment

Brooklyn stars powering Pirates hot start

They’re off to one Hall of a start. Comment

December, 2015


Brooklyn AA division ready for wild second half

The depth of the Public School Athletic League’s Brooklyn AA division will make for a wild second-half of the basketball season. Comment

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