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Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012

Jamaica Estates

St. John’s women’s soccer beats George Mason

Reminiscent of last year’s contest at George Mason, the St. John’s women’s soccer team’s season-opener took nearly four hours to complete before the Red Storm could record a 2-0 victory. Comment

Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012

Middle Village

Fernandez leaves Warriors for chance to show talent

Amanni Fernandez was looking for a new challenge after a disappointing junior season at Christ the King. The rising senior point guard, who lost the battle for the starting job last year, left her NYC Warriors AAU team to play this summer with the Gauchos. Comment

Friday, Aug. 24, 2012

Bayside

Bayside team poised for dominant season

Of the four teams in last week’s Smartball Classic semifinals, three were penciled in at the outset of the two-week, single-elimination tournament. Christ the King and defending state Federation Class AA champion Boys & Girls are established New York City powers, while South Shore has a roster with as much talent as any in the five boroughs. Comment

Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012

Flushing

Girls’ soccer coaches agree with PSAL breakup

PSAL girls’ soccer coaches applauded the league’s new division alignments, saying it will bring competitive balance and allow programs to grow in the Class A and B divisions. Comment

Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012

South Jamaica

Bell teams battle for Nike

DDN/Sean Bell was guaranteed to win the Nike Tournament of Champions title Sunday night — the Queens-based program’s teams from West 4th Street and Watson both earned spots in the final. The real question was which sideline Coach Raheem “Rah” Wiggins would be on for the contest. Comment

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