High School Sports

Monday, Nov. 22, 2010

High School Sports

Undersized Transit Tech expects to compete in loaded Brooklyn AA

Forty-one points per game, close to 30 rebounds, the leadership and toughness that came with those numbers. They are gone, off to college. Comment.
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Getting with the program: Coach wants to change South Shore’s reputation

Anwar Gladden wants to change the culture of South Shore girls basketball. If the Vikings don’t accomplish anything else this year, the coach wants to alter his team’s reputation. Comment.
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Bishop Loughlin’s Pinkston charged in brawl at Villanova

Former Brooklyn high school basketball standout Jayvaughn Pinkston has been charged with two counts of simple assault and harassment stemming from a fight outside of a Villanova frat house early Sunday. Comment.
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Sizzling Sosa shoots New Utrecht to first Class B crown

Ivette Sosa wasn’t considered one of New Utrecht’s stars during the regular season. That title was reserved for Jennifer Paolino and Carmela Marchica. But there may not have been a more important and clutch performer in the postseason. Comment.
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Movin’ on up: Tight-knit Jefferson plans to let play do the talking

“Madison Square Garden” are three words often uttered this time of year. Every PSAL Class AA boys basketball thinks it’s going to the World’s Most Famous Arena in November. So does Thomas Jefferson. You just won’t hear the Orange Wave talk about it. MSG may as well be an expletive. Comment.
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Fast-acting heroes save life of Erasmus AD

Two decades ago, Marshall Tames was Chris Miccio’s football coach at Midwood. On Saturday, Miccio was helping save Tames’ life. Comment.
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Engineers that could: Tech wins wild, 2-OT affair with Jefferson

The season was just about over for Brooklyn Tech. The Engineers hung tough for four quarters and an overtime period, but were going to fall short again to Thomas Jefferson. Comment.

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