High School Sports

Sunday, May 16, 2010

High School Sports

Seventh heaven: St. Edmund rolls past Fontbonne for CHSAA Brooklyn crown

St. Edmund used all the ingredients of its late-season run to complete it. The Eagles went winless in their first five games and were in last place in their division. But another gem from ace Emma Ferrington and continued clutch hitting from the middle of its order put St. Edmund in first for good. Comment.
High School Sports

Star shortstops have plenty in common

They are arguably the city’s two best shortstops, wizards with the glove and difference-makers at the plate. Comment.
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Kirker, Poly Prep come back on Wagner

Erica Sollazzo told Katy Kirker, her Poly Prep teammate, that fate was coming into play. Comment.
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Gunned down: Poly Prep bests GW on Friel’s throw

In 24 hours, Poly Prep went from the lowest of lows to the highest of highs. Comment.
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St. Mike’s Eagles will re-emerge at Nazareth

The players formerly known as the St. Michael Academy Eagles will be playing their basketball next year at Nazareth in Brooklyn, coach Apache Paschall said on May 7. Comment.

Monday, May 10, 2010

High School Sports

Grieving Garvey honors uncle with homer, hot bat

As she rounded the bases, Janelle Garvey thought about her uncle and her father’s words. Comment.
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Slugging St. Edmund run rules Fontbonne

It felt like a long time coming for St. Edmund Prep. The Eagles spent the better part of the early season in the doldrums – they took no momentum from 2009, one of their best campaigns in a long while. Comment.
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Basketball endeavor paying off for Grand Street’s Zuniga on diamond

Near the halfway mark to the regular season, Jose Zuniga is one of the city’s top pitchers. The Grand Street Campus right-hander is 4-0 with startling statistics: a 0.26 ERA, 50 strikeouts and one earned run allowed in 26 innings pitched, leading the Wolves to a 7-0 mark in Queens A West. Comment.
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Fort Hamilton’s ‘father of football’ calls it quits

Legendary Fort Hamilton football coach Vinny Laino has decided to retire after 20 years at the helm of the Brooklyn school. Comment.
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Rank this: Grand Street rallies past Lewis, proves it belongs among PSAL’s best

Grand Street Campus had beaten Catholic school powerhouse Xaverian, PSAL Brooklyn dynamo James Madison and Bronx mainstay John F. Kennedy. Undefeated in Queens A West, it played defending CHSAA champion Fordham Prep even and lost by a run to last year’s PSAL titlist Norman Thomas. Comment.
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Campusano tosses no-no, but Madison’s Lenahan leaves victorious

Neither coach had been involved in such a game, yet neither could stop talking about the 85-minute pitcher’s duel afterward, waxing poetic about the two hurlers’ cumulative performance. Comment.

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