High School Sports

Monday, Oct. 18, 2010

High School Sports

Home sweet home: Xaverian pounds St. Francis Prep

For two straight weeks, all the talk that surrounded the Xaverian football team has been about losses – on the field in terms of back-to-back defeats and off the field in terms of the dismissal of star receiver Kendall (Speedy) Thomas for an incident during detention. Comment.
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Shorthanded St. Ann’s stays positive after loss to SIA

Frank Davis took away plenty of positives even in defeat. Comment.
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Sheepshead sidesteps disaster, routs Lehman

The day certainly got off to an inauspicious start for Sheepshead Bay. When coach Fred Snyder was driving to the Brooklyn school before the team left for Alfred E. Smith in The Bronx, he got a text from starting running back/cornerback Devin Lee stating that Lee couldn’t make the game because he had the flu. Comment.
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Madison returns to field, but takes it on chin in loss to Lincoln

James Madison was back on the pitch Thursday evening, eight days after its ugly brawl with Franklin D. Roosevelt cost the Knights two games in the standings, one starter for two games and another the rest of his senior year. Comment.
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Grand disappointment: Wolves lack bite against Brooklyn Tech

Mike Lightfoot saw some things with Brooklyn Tech that he knew his team could exploit. But midway through an eventual 36-8 loss Sunday to the Engineers, the Grand Street Campus coach came to a realization. Comment.
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Fort Hamilton starts slow, but finishes fast

With less than a minute before halftime, Campus Magnet led Fort Hamilton by a touchdown — the first time the Tigers have trailed this year. Comment.
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Engineers chug past Grand Street with power run game

Brooklyn Tech left the bells and whistles at home. After turning the ball over seven times last week in a loss to Thomas Jefferson, the Engineers had the most conservative of game plans: just pound the run, play after play. Comment.
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Safety first: Baptist edges Ford in defensive struggle

Derelle Hunter is the leading rusher in the entire CHSFL and has carried St. John the Baptist in the opening month of the season. Comment.

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