High School Sports

Sunday, Feb. 21, 2010

High School Sports

Just-in time: Xaverian guard celebrates Senior Day in style

A victory Sunday afternoon was critical for Xaverian for several reasons, ending a two-game losing streak and playing well heading into the playoffs at the top of the list. But for Abe Akanmu, the biggest motivation to win was probably the most simplistic one. Comment.
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Pinkston named McDonald’s All-American

Jayvaughn Pinkston has wanted to become a McDonald’s All-American since he started playing basketball. That’s now a reality for the Bishop Loughlin senior, who was named to the prestigious all-star game last week. Comment.
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Primetime shootout roundup: Jenkins helps Lions turn back Cherokee

Jayvaughn Pinkston was sitting comfortably at the end of the Bishop Loughlin bench and, thanks to Rasi Jenkins, he didn’t have to go anywhere in the second quarter. Comment.
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Lafayette looking to repeat as ‘B’ champ

Lafayette isn’t the same team that won the PSAL Class B girls basketball title and took a memorable trip to the New York State Federation tournament in Glens Falls last year. The Patriots returned just four players from that squad and their two stars – Essence Hopkins and Jodyann Pitt – both graduated. Comment.

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