In a division as tough as Bronx/Manhattan AA, where even a loss is as good as a victory, three high school seniors stand out and they all come from Truman High School.
Murry Bergtraum (10-0), John F. Kennedy (8-2) and Manhattan Center/Science & Math (8-3) lead the league, but the excellent play from Simoine Rogers, Monique Salmon and Alyscia Jordan has put Truman High School right behind them with a very respectable 5-5 record.
Truman has been making a name for itself and as the Co-op City plays well, even in defeat, the senior players are receiving more attention than ever before. All three are expected to get college scholarships.
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