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Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011

Bayside

The burden of being a Cardozo captain

Bayside

The burden of being a Cardozo captain

Being a captain isn’t all what it’s cracked up to be. Do I love being captain? Yes, of course, but it has some obstacles. Comment

Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011

Flushing Times

Bowling runs in the family

Flushing Times

Bowling runs in the family

Archbishop Molloy had just won the city championship and the bowling lanes were clear. Everyone was in the front of the building when Thomas Cacioppo grabbed a ball. Comment
Flushing Times

Penalty kicks down Molloy

Flushing Times

Penalty kicks down Molloy

The Archbishop Molloy players fell to the ground, some to their knees and others flat on their backs as the tears and emotions flowed out. Comments (3)

Friday, Nov. 4, 2011

Jamaica Estates

Queens’ fencing dynamo

Jamaica Estates

Queens’ fencing dynamo

The St. John’s University Red Storm fencing team has been one of the best in the country for a number of years, winning a national championship in 2001 and not placing lower than sixth at the national championships since 1993. Comment

Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011

The way Chris Joseph sees it, last season could have ended differently if St. Francis Prep had a different mentality. This team might not be as purely skilled as that group, he said, but is tougher — physically and mentally. Comment
Jamaica Estates

TMLA’s Munday voted top sweeper

Jamaica Estates

TMLA’s Munday voted top sweeper

Deirdre Munday didn’t vote for herself, but plenty of other people did. Comment

Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011

The play was over. The volleyball seemed to touch the floor. Most players would have given up. Comment

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