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Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008

Christ the King looks to Edwards in bid to regain crown

HEMPSTEAD, L.I. — Ariel Edwards picked up the loose ball on the right wing and looked around. Nobody was in front of the lanky yet muscular 6−foot−2 forward, so she took off, the ball cradled in her large right hand. Comment

Escobar helps lift McClancy over Mount

Alexis Escobar suffered a broken meniscus and a fractured femur in the first game of the season a year ago against Christ the King. But the junior midfielder said that feeling wasn’t nearly as painful as standing helplessly on the sideline as the McClancy soccer team lost to Salesian in the CHSAA Class B intersectional quarterfinals last year. Comment

Bulldogs beat Bayside for Queens bragging rights

Kevin Shand didn’t spend this past summer playing football with the Springfield Rifles youth organization as most Campus Magnet players do. The speedster was training for his primary sport: track. Comment

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