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Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009

Borough-wide

AFC Rapid Soccer highlights for Week VIII

The ghosts and goblins were trick or treating on Cintron Field this weekend with a full schedule played. The highlights are follows. Read more…
Borough-wide

Hayes grounds the Eagles

Gallo Henson saw John Woodford run in and out of trouble nearly the entire game. With Cardinal Hayes leading by eight points in the final minutes, the defensive end had the St. Peter’s quarterback in his sights as he tried to make yet another play with his legs. Read more…
Borough-wide

Science mounts scare

Francis Lewis has aspirations of playing for the city championship, but the Queens power learned that any little lapse could cost them such an opportunity. Read more…
Borough-wide

Aghahowa leads Lehman

When his Lehman boys soccer team went down two goals halfway through the first half, one thought popped into Pat Straw’s head. Read more…
Borough-wide

Knights surge past Columbus

There was no need to manufacture motivation for this match. The John F. Kennedy girls volleyball team had it in bushels. Read more…

Monday, Nov. 2, 2009

Borough-wide

Fordham Prep rallies past Mount after 21-yard TD

Max Kinder knew the outcome once the pass left his hand. Trailing Mount St. Michael, Fordham Prep was down to its final play when he saw Michael Seminario open on the right sideline just outside the end zone. Read more…
Borough-wide

Turnovers do in Hayes in loss to Stepinac

Kwamayne Davis’ helmet was still on and his mouth piece still in as he tried to stay out of the rain outside the locker room at SUNY Maritime. It seemed like clouds had followed the Cardinal Hayes quarterback all game. Read more…
Borough-wide

Crusaders sweep Preston

Alessandra Rosso remembers St. Catharine Academy’s 2005 season well. She wasn’t on the school’s girls volleyball team yet, she was still in eighth grade. But her sister, Melissa, played and Alessandra was the Crusaders’ pseudo manager. She had a front row seat as SCA played in the CHSAA Class A state title match. Read more…
Borough-wide

Charging Rams defeat Mount

Mario Valentini had a decision to make. His Mount St. Michael football team led Fordham Prep by five points with less than two minutes left and they were facing a fourth-and-short on the Rams’ 42-yard line. Read more…
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