High School Sports

Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010

High School Sports

Foriest saves best for last as Wings holds off Xaverian

Billy Turnage walked off the Wadleigh High School court angry. Comment.
High School Sports

Midwood, Medgar Evers win Brooklyn track titles

Midwood hopes its borough championship victory is a precursor for what’s to follow. The Hornets took home their second PSAL Brooklyn indoor boys track and field crown in the last three years thanks to improved finishes in the field events. While they are hoping it shows they are becoming the top team in the borough for the future, right now they are looking for an even more prestigious title.” Comment.
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Improving juniors Buford, Gifford lead Poly Prep past Dalton

When Poly Prep was struggling earlier this season, Bill McNally remained confident. After losses to rival Collegiate, he still felt the future – the immediate future – was bright. Comment.
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Next generation at Lincoln leans on each other

Ethan Telfair is the younger brother of Sebastian, the NBA player and Coney Island legend, the first point guard to go straight to the NBA and the one-time all-time leading scorer in New York State history. Comment.
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Tame Tigers scorched by Firebirds

Rocco Sellitto wasn’t asking for much in his team’s final regular-season game. Bishop Kearney traveled to play Kellenberg, the defending CHSAA Class A state champion, for a test and tune up before the CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens playoffs. But the Tigers and their coach left with some of the same questions instead of answers. Comment.
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Mount crushes Ford in playoff tune-up

It was supposed to be a matchup between two of the top CHSAA Class A teams, a possible intersectional semifinal preview. And that’s what made last Friday afternoon non-league game important. It’s why the Mount St. Michael players arrived in the gym early on a day off from school. Comment.
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Three Brooklyn grid stars earn invite to Premier Showcase

New York City has made inroads onto the national football scene in recent years. Just months ago, Curtis standout Dominique Easley, a University of Florida recruit, was named the MVP of the Under Armour All-American game and was ranked by one recruiting Web site as the third best prospect in the country. Comment.

Monday, Feb. 22, 2010

High School Sports

Kangaroos hop to first borough crown

There was a fleeting moment last Sunday evening when Ruth Lovelace thought back to Feb. 17, 2007, the day Darwin (Buddha) Ellis beat Boys & Girls at the buzzer with a last-second 3-pointer. Comment.

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