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Friday, April 17, 2009

Pitching-rich John Adams armed for postseason run

Rafael Guerrero was unceremoniously introduced to the varsity level in his first start last season after spending a year on the John Adams junior varsity baseball team. Comment.

Vasquez becoming center of attention at Newtown

All it took was one fly ball in tryouts to reveal how good Christopher Vasquez is. Comment.

Marino’s blast, Warne’s arm spark Hilltoppers past CK

The Mary Louis Academy softball team needed a boost and senior catcher Danielle Marino provided it. Comment.

Townsend Harris’ star windmiller chooses college

The recruiting process was long and draining — like it is for most city softball players. Cecilia Ehresman just about had all one could ask for, too. The senior windmiller from Townsend Harris obviously has grades, plays travel ball with the Queens Nassau Comets and is skilled in the circle as well. Comment.

DiMaria’s 2-hitter leads McClancy over Christ the King

There wasn’t anything scientific about Frank DiMaria’s strategy. The Monsignor McClancy senior right-hander wasn’t particularly overpowering — he had just four strikeouts. He just threw strikes, put the ball wherever he wanted it and, time and time again, made Christ the King batters pound the ball into the ground. Comment.

McCann finds groove and Manhattan benefits

Kevin Leighton never saw this coming. Comment.

Cousin finds model in NBA’s Mutombo

Sonny Kadisha is quiet by nature. He speaks in hushed tones and lets his actions, shrugs and facial expressions speak rather than his words. Comment.

Monday, April 13, 2009

Leary joins coaching greats

GLENS FALLS, N.Y. — One of the rewarding parts of coaching for Tim Leary is the thanks he receives from former players. Comment.

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