High School Sports

Sunday, March 7, 2010

High School Sports

Next step on the Express: PSAL semifinals

Forget the No. 12 seed, the fourth-place finish in Brooklyn AA and the big names Transit Tech has taken down to reach the PSAL Class AA semifinals. Comment.
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Surging South Shore coasts to semis

The seeds of victory were sown last Friday night. With more than a foot of snow on the ground and all public schools closed, South Shore coach Anwar Gladden found a church gym in Bedford Stuyvesant and scheduled a night practice. Comment.
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Christ the King beats Loughlin, repeats as B/Q champs

As he was walking off the court after fouling out with 55.4 seconds left in the fourth quarter and his team trailing by one point, Christ the King sophomore sensation Omar Calhoun turned to Corey Edwards and delivered a message. Comment.
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For Lincoln, the end is now

Dwayne (Tiny) Morton stood in front of the Lincoln bench with his arms folded, a disgusted look etched across his face. Comment.
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Ford falls in B/Q semis, eyes state tournament run

Mike Toro was sick the last few days. And the events of Sunday didn’t make him feel much better. Comment.
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Transit Tech’s Rhamel Brown commits to Manhattan College

Rhamel Brown had the scholarship in his hand and a suitor that was following him for some time. There was little else to think about. Comment.
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Quick start, Taylor’s continued emergence sends Boys & Girls past Wadleigh

Boys & Girls made a concerted effort to get off to a fast start. The Kangaroos energy was high and they implemented full-court pressure to keep it that way after recent slow starts. Comment.

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