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Monday, March 16, 2015

Basketball

Franny Lew’s run for second straight title cut short

Francis Lewis won the city championship last year over South Shore and a shot at a berth to their second straight city title game was in sight, but this time South Shore was a roadblock to its goal Comment

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Middle Village

Alkins sparks a big second half, sends CK back to title game

Rawle Alkins wasn’t ready to face an uncertain future if Christ the King’s run at a third straight city title was to end prematurely. Comment

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Jamaica Estates

St. John’s shaped C. J. Nitkowski’s career

C.J. Nitkowski’s grew up in a blue-collar, military family where his father always preached the value of a person’s work ethic. He heard it. He understood it, but never fully practice it until he put on a St. John’s uniform. Comment
Block Shots

Anthony Mason slowly worked his way to stardom

Anthony Mason is revered for never giving an inch on the basketball court. He should be remembered for each inch he took to get himself to the high level of his profession Comment

Friday, March 13, 2015

Flushing

Late game rally sends Queens College to NCAA tournament

Queens College completed a wild comeback to punch its ticket to the NCAA tournament Comment
Basketball

Judges head back to another title game

The business of winning a second straight PSAL city title is nearly complete for Benjamin Cardozo. Comment

Monday, March 9, 2015

Basketball

Holy Cross, Christ the King reach CHSAA semifinals

Jermaine Bishop didn’t give his team time to feel sorry for itself. Comment

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