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Wednesday's Headlines

March 21st, 2012
New York Recruiting Report

Washington stars for Pathways... Andrews leads B&G... Harborfields over Bishop Kearney... Hall leaning toward STJ... JD falls... Aquinas moves on... BC wins



Washington leads Pathways to second straight PSAL 'B' championship, then says it could be his last game-

Jordan Washington tearfully walked to midcourt, where his teammates from Pathways were celebrating Sunday’s 67-50 victory over No. 3 Newcomers in the PSAL Class B championship.


Andrews shoots Boys High past Jefferson, to third straight crown-

Rashad Andrews wins championships wherever he goes.


Bishop Kearney boys lose in Class A semifinal-

Harborfields, which is 22-2 and plays Tappan Zee for the state title Sunday, got 18 from Justin Ringen, who had four 3-pointers. Lucas Woodhouse had 15, and Zabransky had 12.


Jefferson senior Hall says he's leaning toward playing at St. John's, if he gains eligibility-

Jefferson star Thaddeus Hall will be competing at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, but that might become something of regularity in the future.


Peterson shoots Tappan Zee into state final-

Pat Peterson pulled back from his favorite spot at the top of the key and reared up to shoot. As he let the ball loose, the crowd gasped. They thought the shot was too deep, too sudden, but for the Tappan Zee senior there is sometimes no such thing as a bad shot.


Aquinas boys move on to Class AA title game-

The size and strength of Jones came in handy Saturday however, as he teamed with Aquinas leading scorer Phil Valenti to lead the Little Irish to a 50-41 Class AA win at the Glens Falls Civic Center. Valenti, who shook off a twisted left ankle during the game, finished with 21 points and 11 rebounds to help put Aquinas into position to win its first state basketball title.


Hanging tough, Brooklyn Collegiate stops Mott haven for first-ever title-

Ervin Mitchell had 24 points, Jahill Tripp had 13 points and Adrian Williams added 11 points for BC (26-5), which will now head to Albany for the New York State Federation Class A tournament. The Lions meet Long Island Lutheran in the semifinals 6:45 p.m. Friday at the Times Union Center. Jessey Okeagu had 14 points and Robert Lloyd added 12 for Mott Haven (26-6).



New York Elite 75 Frosh/Soph

October 2nd, 2010

Island Garden Sports Complex

The first ever New York Elite 75 Showcase - Frosh/Soph Edition will feature some of the best underclassmen prospects in the region. 

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