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Monday, Feb. 8, 2016

Basketball

Recovered Kinder sparks Royals past Mary Louis

For the first two months of the season, all an injured Kaela Kinder could do was watch when things got tight and tough for her Christ the King team. Comment.

Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016

Basketball

Molloy leaps Lions in standings on Anthony’s put-back

When Cole Anthony had the ball stolen away from him in the closing seconds of Archbishop Molloy’s face-off with Bishop Loughlin, it led to a go-ahead hoop for Loughlin. Comment.

Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016

Basketball

Walk this way: Senior guard leads Doz past CK for second straight SNY title

The free-throw line was an unfriendly place for Benjamin Cardozo throughout the SNY Invitational, leaving Aaron Walker to resort to pleading for help there with the championship on the line. Comment.

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Friday, Feb. 5, 2016

Basketball

Holy Cross can’t close out Hayes

Holy Cross again had to cope with a tough loss after being oh-so-close to an impressive win. Comment.

Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016

Basketball

Brisco’s free throws push Lewis to key win

With its biggest piece still on the mend, it took a total team effort for Francis Lewis to grind out an important victory. Comment.

Former Cross star gets Super end to first NFL season

Draft day disappointment wound up being the best thing to happen to former Holy Cross football star Dean Marlowe. Comment.

Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016

Basketball

Krsolvic, Crusaders escape Fontbonne scare

Kristina Krsolvic earned an important victory for her McClancy team—and more playing time for herself in the process. Comment.
Basketball

Crusaders crave consistency for title push

Monsignor McClancy is a title contender, but its inconsistent play has kept it from taking the leap to becoming a championship favorite. Comment.

Monday, Feb. 1, 2016

Former SJU hoops manager named first female NFL assistant coach

A former St. John’s basketball manager landed a historic job in the NFL. Comment.

Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016

Basketball

Resilient Red Hawks rally past QHST

It was a show of the kind of resiliency Construction has come to expect from its stars—and it couldn’t have come at a better time. Comment.

Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016

Basketball

Walker tip-in pushes Dozo past Christ the King

After Rashond Salnave made the game’s biggest defensive play, he and his teammates on the Benjamin Cardozo basketball squad knew Christ the King expected him to take the final shot. Instead, Judges coach Ron Naclerio drew up a play, with one second left in a tie game, that banked on Aaron Walker’s athleticism. Comment.

Friday, Jan. 29, 2016

Molloy holds off Xaverian thanks to Anthony’s big fourth quarter

Cole Anthony began to see his young team’s spirits fading once Xaverian’s Khalil Rhodes buried a three to tie the score with a little more than a minute to play in the CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens boys’ basketball game. After six straight Clippers’ points it was time to take things into his owns hands. Comment.
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Cespedes signing allows Mets fans to think big

The night before one of the biggest blizzards in New York City history Mets fans were given a reason to start finally dreaming of spring. Comment.

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