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Thursday, March 23, 2017

High Heat

Can Mets’ Conforto take the next step in 2017?

New York Mets outfielder Michael Conforto is off to a strong start this spring as he tries to earn more playing time at the big league level. Comment

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

High Heat

Mets’ Lugo named starter for Puerto Rico in World Baseball Classic finals

New York Mets pitcher Seth lugo will start for Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic finals. Comment

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Monday, March 20, 2017

High Heat

Battle for Mets’ fifth starter spot consists of three worthy options

Robert Gsellman, Seth Lugo and Zack Wheeler have each pitched well as the battle for the New York Mets’ open rotation spot heats up. Comment
Rockaway Beach

All in the family for Molloy hoops father-son duo

Rockaway Beach natives Charles and Charlie Marquardt have turned the Molloy College men’s hoops into a family affair after four sesaons together. Comments (1)

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Basketball

Hilltoppers clinch CHSAA title, defeat Scanlan in OT

The Mary Louis Academy clinched its first-ever CHSAA “AA” state title Saturday night, taking down Monsignor Scanlan 66-55 in OT at Fordham University. Comment
Basketball

Sophomore sensation: Cole Anthony stars at Molloy

The future is bright for Cole Anthony. Comment
Baseball

Red Storm rising: STJ baseball drawing national attention

The St. John’s baseball team is off to one of its best starts in program history, but long-time head coach Ed Blankmeyer isn’t all that surprised. Comment

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Basketball

Molloy can’t connect in final seconds, falls to Hayes in CHSAA title

Archbishop Molloy had two chances at the game-tying bucket in the final seconds of play, but came up short on both, falling to Cardinal Hayes in the CHSAA “AA” final Sunday afternoon. Comment
Basketball

John Bowne boys’ hoops makes history in first year in ‘AA’ conference

It was a whirlwind of a season for the John Bowne High School boys’ hoops team, one that had its ups and downs. The Wildcats made the move from the “A” league to the more competitive “AA” conference and weren’t quite sure what to expect, according to head coach John Tsapelas. Comment
Basketball

Cabrera beats asthma to thrive on the court at Bayside High School

Keyla Cabrera, a junior at Bayside High School, never imagined that she would be one of the players on the basketball court instead of sitting in the bleachers when she was growing up. Comment

Friday, March 17, 2017

Basketball

St. John’s falls to Villanova in Big East Tournament

St. John’s struggled in its 108-67 loss to Villanova in the quarterfinal matchup of the Big East Tournament. Comment

Thursday, March 16, 2017

High Heat

Amed Rosario can be the Mets’ next homegrown star

Mets’ top prospect Amed Rosario has made a strong impression on New York’s coaching staff this spring and could reach the majors in 2017. Comments (1)

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Royals fall into shooting rut, end season in CHSAA quarters

The Christ the King boys basketball team connected on just three field goals in the fourth quarter and racked up 23 turnovers in a 78-67 season-ending loss to Stepinac on Sunday. Comment

Monday, March 13, 2017

Molloy weathers foul storm, grabs semis berth

Archbishop Molloy sophomore standout Cole Anthony was hampered by foul trouble all game, but the Stanners picked up the slack, grabbing a 78-59 victory over All Hallows in the CHSAA ‘AA’ quarterfinals. Comment

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Basketball

Holy Cross comeback comes up short in CHSAA playoffs

The Knights erased a double-digit halftime deficit, but couldn’t quite wrap up the victory, falling to Cardinal Hayes in the second-round of the CHSAA postseason on Wednesday. Comment

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Basketball

Might McClancy: Lady Crusaders clinch second-straight BQ title

Monsignor McClancy took down Fontbonne Hall 55-50 in the BQCHSAA on Saturday afternoon, winning the team’s second-straight championship. Comment

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