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Saturday, April 25, 2009

Pitching-rich 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

Lewis’ Robinson, Queens/LI prevail in Wheelchair final

It was a team featuring some of the best players on the East Coast. Stefanie Dolson has verbally committed to UConn. Christine Huber will play at Rutgers. Eugeneia McPherson is headed to St. John’s and Terry Green is bound for Seton Hall. 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

Wheelchair game hits home

Each year, as part of the Wheelchair Charities HS Basketball Classic, Hank Carter has every player visit the Coler-Goldwater Specialty Hospital and Nursing Facility on Roosevelt Island. During the visit, he brings them into a room to share their experiences. Players often discuss the effect of seeing teenagers just like them unable to walk again. Comment

All Queens girls’ hoops

Queens might be the deepest borough in the city. There’s very little fall-off between the first team and the third team — you could almost pick the names out of a hat. Christ the King, Archbishop Molloy and Mary Louis are all in the tough CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens division and play good schedules. Comment


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