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Sunday, April 17, 2011

High School Sports

Youth movement will try to lead Poly to sixth straight Ivy title

With many new faces, one thing is for certain with Poly Prep in 2011. Comment.
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Pace-ing herself: Hill will pitch for Setters in college

Kayla Hill was very particular when it came to picking a college. The James Madison star pitcher didn’t want something too far away. She also wasn’t interested in playing Division I, preferring the Division II level because of its less-strenuous workload. The excellent student also wanted a place that would challenge her academically. Comment.
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Erasmus’ Dukes wins with heavy heart, Far Rock’s Martinez sets Mayor’s Cup record

Tyquan Dukes was running for more than just himself after a difficult last few months. The Erasmus Hall junior had his great grandmother die a few months ago and grandmother two weeks ago. Comment.
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Canarsie senior tosses perfect game

For one day, the Canarsie baseball team felt like champions. Comment.

Monday, April 11, 2011

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Deeper, older Xaverian a favorite in CHSAA Class AA

Xaverian is back. Comment.
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Kearney coach accepting new challenges as Tigers move to B/Q Division II

Moving down wasn’t Rocco Sellitto’s first preference. The Bishop Kearney girls basketball coach was adamant about staying in CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens Division I despite a disappointing and underachieving season. Comment.
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Loaded Grand Street has experience on its side

His players have grown and they have added skills that weren’t there at this time last spring, but the biggest difference Melvin Martinez sees in his returners has nothing to do with velocity or how far they can hit a baseball. Comment.
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PSAL Brooklyn A West baseball preview: ‘Unpredictable’ Telecom looking to continue division success

Few coaches know what they have in early April, but Ed ‘D’Alessio takes that to the extreme. The Telecommunications baseball coach lost just one senior, outfielder Stan Simmons, and led the Yellow Jackets to a share of the Brooklyn A West division crown last spring with a host of underclassmen. Those youngsters haven’t progressed as much as D’Alessio expected. Comment.

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