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Sunday, Jan. 29, 2012

Middle Village

Calhoun silences hecklers with dominant victory

Omar Calhoun stroked a dagger three-pointer and waved his arms at his side. It looked like he was telling the Holy Cross crowd to quiet down. But the Christ the King senior guard said he was simply trying to keep his teammates cool. Comment.

Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012

Breezy Point

Crockett picked as fan-favorite of ‘non-AA’ teams

Matt Crockett was behind big last week, thousands of votes off the pace. The weekend, however, belonged to the Xavier junior star. Comment.

Friday, Jan. 27, 2012

Bayside

Depleted Dozo routs CM

Benjamin Cardozo finally got a chance to regroup from the loss of forward Jermaine Lawrence with a team meeting last week. A day later, they gave the city a better glimpse of how the Judges will win without the 6-foot-9 star forward, who unexpectedly transferred to Pope John XXIII in New Jersey Friday. Comment.

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Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012

Middle Village

Royals handily beat sliding Hilltoppers

Comfortable wins and complete performances haven’t come with the same frequency as in the past for Christ the King. The Royals have struggled, lost to multiple nationally ranked teams and saw two league wins get away in the fourth quarter. Comment.
Flushing

Libroia qualifies, leads Holy Cross

Anthony Libroia couldn’t seem to hit the most wide-open three-pointers earlier in the season. The Holy Cross guard, known for his shooting prowess, struggled and he knows exactly why. Comment.

Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012

Long Island City

Bulldogs make their case

Arthur Santanna hears it all the time. Queens is soft. Queens A West is one of the weakest divisions in the city. Star Aaron Williams isn’t around anymore to bail out Long Island City, last year’s PSAL Class A runner-up. Comment.

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