Friday, June 5, 2009


Escano pushes Lehman over Madison

It’s safe to say there wasn’t a shot Luiny Escano hadn’t seen last week. His teammates made sure of it. Read more…

Govs already content in PSAL Class A play

Clinton coach Rich Eaton told his players afterward that they were going to be the story of the PSAL Class A softball first round. The 21st-seeded Governors had just knocked off No. 12 McKee/Staten Island, 11-6, on Thursday in Staten Island. Read more…

Hough sinks putt to clinch golf title

As he stepped to the green on the 17th hole at Pelham-Split Rock Golf Course in the Bronx Thursday with a chance to sink the championship-winning putt, John Hough flashed back to his freshman year when junior Tyler Morgan was in a similar situation. Read more…

Errors pile up as No. 4 Kennedy is eliminated

Preceding this weekend, the John F. Kennedy baseball team had played 19 games during the regular season and playoffs combined. The Knights had won 18 of them, allowed seven runs or more twice, riding winning tenets such as timely hitting, reliable defense and consistent pitching to the Bronx A West crown and PSAL Class A semifinals. Read more…

Patience rewarded for Gerena

Snow was still on the ground and the temperature was freezing, but Joseph Gerena couldn’t help but imagine the possibilities come spring. Read more…

Cartagena sends Monroe to finals

Maybe, had it not been Henry Cartagena on the bump, Mike Turo would’ve been worried. His Monroe baseball team had carried a five-run lead in the bottom half of the seventh inning. Now, the lead was cut to three, the tying runs were aboard, the go-ahead run at the plate. Read more…

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