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Sunday, July 12, 2015

Year’s best in Queens high school sports

It was a banner year for some unfamiliar faces in Queens, mixed in with a few perennial powers who remained on top. The Christ the King boys’ basketball team claimed a third straight CHSAA Intersectional title, but fell short of a historic Federation three-peat. After years of knocking on the door Aviation has a boys’ soccer city title to call its own. And after a four-year wait, Archbishop Molloy took home another CHSAA state softball crown. Comment

Saturday, July 11, 2015

Block Shots

CHSAA left Rawle no choice

CHSAA left Rawle no choice. New York City’s best boys’ basketball player is leaving and he couldn’t be more right in doing so. Comment

Friday, July 10, 2015

Middle Village

Aklins leaving CK for prep school

Christ the King star Rawle Alkins removed some of the uncertainty surrounding his basketball future. Comment

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