Thursday, March 19, 2009


Hutchinson’s big fourth quarter carries Douglass Academy

Entering the fourth quarter, Umojah Hutchinson stood out only because of his thick, long dreadlocks that nearly hang to his waist. He was scoreless, just one of nine others on the court. Read more…

Spellman hockey caps undefeated season

As is the case with the other sports at Cardinal Spellman, a banner hangs in the gymnasium of the Bronx school for the hockey team. On Monday night, the Crusaders made sure a year could finally be placed on it. Read more…

All Hallows earns respect in loss

It seemed everything was stacked against All Hallows on Wednesday – the Gaels had lost twice to Rice during the regular season, both lopsided results and Rice was a heavy favorite to advance to Sunday’s CHSAA Class AA intersectional final. Read more…

Doomed by slow start

Ryan Ramraj put the blame on himself. Read more…

Fieldston’s season ends in Long Island

Early foul trouble and hot shooting by Long Island Lutheran finally put an end to a fantastic year for Fieldston. Read more…

JFK heads back to the Garden

As soon as Corwin Austin’s desperation 3-point shot thudded off the backboard, bounced off the rim and landed harmlessly on the floor, the celebration began. Read more…

All Hallows advances in CHSAA Class  AA match

At the start of the basketball season, All Hallows was an afterthought. The preseason favorites were Rice and Christ the King, with Bishop Loughlin a close third. Read more…

Williams, Mount can’t overcome Iona Prep

Will Williams emerged from the locker room, sat on the first row of the bleachers at Holy Cross HS and came to grips with the reality that his high-school basketball career had just ended. Read more…

St. Frances de Chantal wins JV Bronx CYO

The St. Frances de Chantal JV Girls’ Basketball Team won the 2008-2009 CYO County Championship. They will go to the Downstate Finals on Saturday, March 14. Coaches are Chris Todino, Jack Giannini, and Kevin Donovan. Read more…

Sloppy first half dooms St. Raymond’s

There were enough squandered fourth-quarter chances to steal a win against Bishop Loughlin in the CHSAA Class AA intersectional quarterfinals to give Oliver Antigua insomnia. Read more…

Shot bounces out and Kennedy survives MSIT

Jeffrey Arzu’s high-school career flashed before his eyes. He stood completely still, just inside of the 3-point line, watching as Lowell Ulmer’s shot headed for the rim. Read more…

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