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Friday, July 17, 2009

Borough-wide

All-City Boys’ Outdoor Track honors

There weren’t many surprises during the outdoor track & field season. The champions didn’t change , nor did many of the faces. Fordham Prep and East New York Transit Tech, which both won indoors, again claimed their respective titles. Read more…
Borough-wide

All-City Boys’ Volleyball honors

There was plenty of intrigue in New York City boys’ volleyball this season – until the end of the season. Read more…
Borough-wide

All-City Boys’ Tennis honors

It was an entertaining year, to say the least, in boys’ tennis in New York City. Cardozo and Beacon staged two remarkable championship matches – both won by the Blue Demons – in the PSAL and Mayor’s Cup team finals. Read more…
Borough-wide

TNLL 12u All-Stars take District 22

After starting tournament play with two wins, the Throgs Neck Little League (TNLL) 12 year old All-Star team won 3 more games this past week to go undefeated and become District 22 champions. Read more…
Borough-wide

Dream ending for a fantastic season

Fordham Prep’s Jack Giannini ran out to shortstop like he’s done so many times before. When he got out between third and second base in this particular instance there was someone next to him. The person extended his hand and introduced himself as Derek. Giannini told Derek it was nice to meet him. Read more…

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Borough-wide

TNLL 12u All-Stars win first two games

The Throgs Neck Little League (TNLL) 12 year old All-Star team began tournament play in District 22 by defending their title with two straight wins. (This same team won the district title as 10 and 11 year olds.) Read more…
Borough-wide

TNT undefeated in Cola Invitational

The Throgs Neck Thunder (TNT) participated in the Mike Cola Invitational tournament in Yonkers on June 27 to 28 and won all of their four games. Read more…
Borough-wide

All-Bronx Boys Volleyball

John F. Kennedy has had a stranglehold on the Bronx for much of coach Iris Bromfield’s 27 years with the program. But this season, the Knights lost their first league game since 2001, to Walton. The Wildcats emerged as a legitimate city powerhouse, earning the No. 4 seed in the postseason. Bronx Science was also a force to be reckoned with, led by Daniel Dworakowki. Read more…
Borough-wide

All-City Baseball honors announced

It was a memorable baseball season for so many reasons. There were dominant pitching performances, unforgettable extra-inning affairs, impressive offensive displays. Read more…
Borough-wide

Cruz enjoys time with the New York 9

Jose Cruz knew little about summer baseball when Norman Thomas coach Nerva Jean Pierre suggested the New York Nine to him. Read more…

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