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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Bayside Little League: Callahan deals shutout for Officefurniture.net

In a tremendous pitching duel, Officefurniture.net defeated Kramer Stations, 3-0, in a Bayside Little League Major Division game last week. Comment

College Round-Up: St. John’s heads to Rice regional

The St. John’s baseball team is headed to the NCAA Tournament for the second straight season as the squad earned a No. 3 seed in the Houston Regional, hosted by Rice University. The Red Storm (41-14) will face No. 2 seed Texas (37-20) to open play Friday at 3 p.m. Rice (42-13), the No. 1 seed in the region and the No. 6 national seed, will face No. 4 seed Sam Houston State at 7 p.m. on the other side of the bracket. Comment

Judged too soon

Cardozo has long been the dominant baseball team in Queens East A. The Judges have controlled their division for the better part of two decades. But this regular season, for their standard’s, was sub par. They finished 12-4 and in a second-place tie with Bayside when normally Cardozo is the team looking down at the rest of the division. Comment

Only semi-disappointing: Prep all smiles after state loss

Their season had just ended and for some, so too their high-school career. But all was fine with the St. Francis Prep softball team Tuesday afternoon. Despite a 4-1 loss against  St. John the Baptist in a CHSAA state semifinal at Wagner College on Staten Island, there were no tears. Just plans to meet up at Applebee’s. Comment

Go-go Terriers advance in playoffs

Last year during the St. Francis Prep baseball team’s CHSAA Class A intersectional championship run, the Terriers’ No. 3 hitter was Paul Karmas, a chiseled 6-foot-3, 220-pound power hitter. Comment

Quiet Storm: Laurelton native has become one of city’s top runners

The date was set, the plans were all but finalized and Kim Francis was about to call a fancy catering hall on Long Island to book a big room. But her daughter, Phyllis Francis, wasn’t interested in having a huge, gaudy Sweet 16 party. Instead, she wanted a pizza party at home with only a handful of friends. Comment

’Dozo does it!

Eric Barty knew what this felt like, and it upset him. He was having déjà vu. Comment

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