High School Sports

Sunday, March 13, 2011

High School Sports

Oh, brother: St. Ray’s beats Xaverian to reach CHSAA ‘AA’ semis

When Oliver Antigua needed some advice on how to beat Xaverian, the St. Raymond’s coach kept it in the family. Comment.
High School Sports

Caiazzo, Pandas knock off Bonnies for B/Q Division II crown

Alyson Caiazzo admitted to not being a quick starter. Comment.
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Vikings wake up to come back on Midwood in quarters

Anwar Gladden’s South Shore team was down two points at halftime to Midwood, a squad the Vikings routed twice in the regular season. A potentially magical playoff run was hanging in the balance. Comment.
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Heart of a champion: Down 10 late, Boys & Girls rallies past South Shore

Antione Slaughter and Mike Taylor have been inseparable since the two arrived at Boys & Girls three years ago as freshman. The two seniors, who won a city title together last March, were apart Sunday – Slaughter on the court and Taylor on the bench in street clothes, serving an academic-related suspension. Comment.

Monday, March 7, 2011

High School Sports

Bernardi’s back, but Xaverian falls to Holy Cross

Brian Bernardi spent the better part of the last week feverishly rehabbing his bruised right shoulder and the junior guard spent much of the first half on Feb. 23 desperately trying to find his shot. Though he wasn’t about to use an injury that forced him to miss Xaverian’s last two games as an excuse. Comment.
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Poly Prep’s Buford making most of basketball swan song

With every jump shot or layup, rebound or assist, win or loss, Alex Buford gets a little closer to the end of his basketball career. Comment.
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Nazareth tops Christ the King, earns Brooklyn/Queens regular-season title

Nazareth understands its most important meeting with Christ the King could come in mid-March, but that doesn’t change the way the team feels when it steps on the court against the Royals — whether CK All-American Bria Smith was playing or not. Comment.
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Inexperience shows for Loughlin in B/Q semis loss to Christ the King

Ed Gonzalez didn’t want to blame his team’s inexperience or its youth, but it was hard not to with the way his team played in key moments in front of a capacity crowd at Christ the King. There was the slow start, falling behind 10-0, the poor way it finished the first half, getting outscored 12-0, and the final nail in its coffin — failing to score for the first five minutes of the fourth quarter. Comment.

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