Friday, Feb. 27, 2009


Mother Cabrini clinches playoff spot

On Friday, February 6, the Cabrini Saints, Mother Cabrini High School’s varsity basketball team, clinched a spot in the Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) playoffs with a 48-22 victory over Dominican Academy. During the first half, the Saints maintained a steady 25 point lead over Dominican. Read more…

Knights blow lead

The John F. Kennedy girls’ basketball team blew a 15-point, fourth-quarter lead to Archbishop Molloy on Thursday night and lost, 52-50, after a dramatic Stanners comeback in Briarwood. Read more…

Bernard stars in St. Raymond’s victory

He’s done well in cameo performances during wins against Boys & Girls and Rice, but Friday night in his last regular-season game at St. Raymond’s, senior guard Kareem Bernard played a starring role in the Ravens’ 58-51 victory against Bishop Loughlin in a CHSAA Class AA league game in the Bronx. Read more…

Spellman rallies to take first round

With 24 seconds left in the fourth quarter and the game tied, everyone at Bishop Ford HS Saturday afternoon thought Chris Manhertz was going to get the ball. That includes the Nazareth players, who doubled Cardinal Spellman’s dominant junior forward. Read more…

Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2009


Fordham Prep claims indoor title


Kennedy wins first boro crown

Jeffrey Short isn’t passing up shots anymore. The John F. Kennedy boys’ basketball team couldn’t be happier. Wings Academy isn’t nearly as thrilled. Read more…

Salesian ends season on the right path


Bronx hoop stars named to McD’s team

Two local Bronx high school basketball players, Rashawn Stores, All Hallows High School; and Tyreak Johnson, St. Raymond’s High School For Boys, have been recognized as nominees for the annual McDonald’s All American High School Basketball Teams. With one hundred three New York, New Jersey and Connecticut high school students nominated, this year marks the 32nd anniversary of the boys’ McDonald’s All American Game and the eighth annual girls’ Game. Read more…

Grid stars help S. Bronx in upset

When Jonathan Rivera injured his ankle and leading scorer Delano Morgan was saddled with foul trouble early in the second quarter, Doug Porter didn’t take too long to decide where to go. Read more…

Slumping Kennedy girls thumped by Trenton

With his team already in the locker room, John F. Kennedy girls’ basketball coach O’Neil Glenn slowly made his way through the bowels of the Sovereign Bank Arena, constantly staring at his scorers’ book. Read more…

St. Raymond’s bounces back

Tyreak Johnson stepped to the line for a pair of critical free throws with his team clinging to a two-point lead late in the fourth quarter. It was a position the senior point guard found himself in less than 24 hours earlier, back in the Bronx. Read more…

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