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Friday, Jan. 2, 2009

Lewinger steps down as Mary Louis hoops coach

Citing family obligations, Joe Lewinger has stepped down as head coach of The Mary Louis Academy girls’ basketball team, effective immediately. Lewinger informed the Hilltoppers at a New Year’s Eve practice and assistant Kevin White will assume the responsibilities for the foreseeable future. Comment

Former Molloy coach Cecala finding his way at CK

Christ the King’s courtship of Dom Cecala started early – actually it was mere hours after Cecala learned he would not be brought back as Archbishop Molloy girls’ basketball coach. Comment

Donn, Lenard help St. Francis Prep lasso Bulls

St. Francis Prep saw a lead slip away in a lopsided loss to Our Lady of Lourdes last week. The only things sliding for the Terriers against Smithtown West (L.I.) were a few players and a referee on a slippery section of the court in front of their bench. Comment

Molloy wins in best performance of season to date

If there was progress made in a loss Saturday night, the Archbishop Molloy girls’ basketball team might officially be back to normal as of Sunday. Comment

Defense in big 4th quarter aids Lewis comeback

To Ayana Duncanson, there was one main difference between the fourth quarter against Woonsocket (R.I.) and the rest of the game. Comment

Winning one for grandma

Before Thomas Edison’s latest non-league test Saturday, John Ulmer told his players about the condition of his grandmother, Dorothy Valentine. Comment

Smith, Rouse propel Molloy to Holiday Hoops final

Jack Curran likes to tell his players not to think. The quicker they react, the legendary Molloy coach says, the better. Comment

Young reserves grow fast for Forest Hills

Like a kid on Christmas morning, Ben Chobhaphand couldn’t help but flash a toothy grin. The Forest Hills’ basketball coach didn’t have an extra glass of eggnog and he wasn’t given a Lexus for the holidays. Comment

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