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Monday, Dec. 15, 2014

Basketball

Championship hungry Molloy off to fast start

Archbishop Molloy began anew last season from a team that won the CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens regular season title. The Stanners got off to a slow start as nine new varsity players got used to playing with each other and at the highest level, but jelled late and earned a return trip to the diocesan title game. There were no such growing pains this time around as Molloy, which has five seniors, has its eyes set on bringing home the crown. Comment

Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014

Middle Village

Toussaint, Royals beat Moore in season opener

Dominique Toussaint spoke in the preseason about how anxious she was to do more to help her team win. The Christ the King junior guard couldn’t wait to get on the court for the Royals’ season opener against Moore Catholic. Comment

Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014

Basketball

Tarpey leaving mark early in tenure as new Holy Cross coach

Terry Tarpey Jr., set the tone early and definitively for the start of his tenure as Holy Cross boys’ basketball coach. Comment

Friday, Dec. 12, 2014

Baseball

Red Hawks looking to build off last season’s success

Construction is coming off a season that saw it announce itself as a major player in the PSAL boys’ basketball landscape and claim a Queens Borough title. The Red Hawks understand they cannot rest on their laurels as numerous key pieces have graduated. They are hungry to keep the program on the rise. Comment

Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014

Jonathan Cooper learned a lot from being Charles Granby’s junior varsity coach the last four seasons. One thing the legendary Campus Magnet boys’ basketball headman always stressed to him was that good things come in time and with hard work. Comment

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