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Saturday, July 31, 2010

High School Sports

High expectations for ‘Speedy’ Xaverian receiver

Even after watching his team impress in the first-ever New York 7-on-7 Championship Saturday at St. Anthony’s HS in South Huntington, L.I., Xaverian football coach Joe DeSiena wasn’t about to make any bold predictions about the upcoming season. Comment.
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Boys & Girls hoops star plans on committing in October

Initially, Mike Taylor found his fake Facebook account amusing when his girlfriend sent him the link. The person impersonating him posted pictures of Taylor and reached out to his friends as Taylor. Comment.
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Boys & Girls-Lincoln rivalry remains intense — even in July

The weather was hot and muggy, the blacktop court tiny, and much of the crowd was businessmen and women just out of work. Not even a foreign court and less-than-ideal weather conditions could take away from a Lincoln-Boys & Girls showdown. Comment.
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Back to school: Nolan returns to Ford as boys hoops coach

When Denis Nolan stepped down as Bishop Ford girls basketball coach three years ago, he was sure he’d somehow return to his alma mater. He just never thought it would be as a boys varsity coach. Comment.
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Boys & Girls’ Lee verbals to Connecticut

Every day, Wilbert Lee received stacks of mail from Division I schools such as Georgia, Rutgers, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Wisconsin and Ohio State. Connecticut didn’t send quite as much mail; the Huskies showed they were interested in a different way — by coming to the Bedford Stuyvesant school and speaking to Lee in person. Comment.
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Work in progress: Dickerson looks to make strides in senior season

Jordan Dickerson arrived at Lincoln last fall with a nearly 7-foot bull’s-eye on his back. Comment.

Monday, July 26, 2010

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Christ the King’s Calhoun poised for bust-out July

Omar Calhoun doesn’t ease into things. Comment.

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