High School Sports

Sunday, Dec. 26, 2010

High School Sports

Quittin’ time: Gladden says team folded in fourth

South Shore wasn’t playing its best game, but it was definitely getting by. The Vikings held a one-point lead heading into the fourth quarter with hopes that they could blow the game open. Comment.
High School Sports

Nazareth no-shows for clash with Trenton Catholic

Nazareth’s highly anticipated clash with Trenton Catholic Academy (N.J.) was a last-minute cancellation at University High School’s Festival of the Phoenix event after the Lady Kingsmen didn’t make the trip to Kean University in Union, N.J., on Saturday night. Comment.
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Nazareth’s Paschall released from hospital

Nazareth girls basketball coach Apache Paschall was released from New York Downtown hospital Saturday afternoon after behind diagnosed with congestive heart failure earlier last week. Comment.

Monday, Dec. 20, 2010

High School Sports

Price is right: Junior shoots Vikings past Robert E. Lee

Fannisha Price may have even surprised herself with her fourth-quarter shooting performance. Comment.
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Poly shocks SFP on Donahue’s buzz beater

Poly Prep never led until Lily Donahue’s 12-foot bank shot in the lane fell as the buzzer sounded. Comment.
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Nazareth bounces back, beats St. Frances

There was concern on the Nazareth bench as St. Frances Academy pulled within striking distance heading into the fourth quarter. Comment.
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Dynamic freshman blisters Jefferson, continues fast start for Lincoln

Dwayne (Tiny) Morton has a unique relationship with his talented freshman Isaiah Whitehead that goes beyond basketball. The Lincoln coach was the underclassman’s math teacher in middle school and knows what makes him tick. Comment.
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Lincoln flexes muscles, shows depth in rout of Jefferson

In just four minutes, Lincoln vanquished Thomas Jefferson, turning a two-point deficit into a 13-point lead. Comment.
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Breezy Bishop roundup: Short-handed Ford can’t take air out of Spalding

Mike Toro asked Shanice Vaughan to turn the clock back to last season. The Bishop Ford coach felt his junior guard was settling for too many jump shots, particularly 3-pointers, in the early goings this year. With forward Diani Mason out for three-to-four weeks with a severely sprained ankle, more will be needed from Vaughan. Comment.

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