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Stellar pitching by Jacob Bassil, clutch defense from John Walsh and Brandon Warnock and timely hitting and base-running by Gabriel Bassil and Max Poret kept the Private School Athletic Association … Full Article

Xaverian hopes to avoid senioritis and repeat as City champions

The Xaverian Clippers were supposedly rebuilding last season and went on to win a city championship. This year they have the majority of the team coming back, so expectations are a bit higher — it’s another title or bust. … Full Article

St. Joseph’s baseball trying to get back to Small College World Series

Last season was a special one for the St. Joseph's College baseball team, as it won an amazing 29 games and picked up a first-round win during the U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association Small College World Series. … Full Article

LIU Brooklyn baseball starts off homestand with 6-3 loss to St. John’s

The LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds on Tuesday kicked off a stretch of games — during which they will play 10 of their next 11 at home in Brooklyn — with a 6-3 loss to St. John’s. It was a close game; they led 3-1 early, but slowly gave up the lead to the Queens powerhouse. … Full Article

Brooklyn high school basketball final power rankings

Here is a look at the final high school power rankings for the 2014-15 season.   Girls Basketball … Full Article

Telecom Girls Softball plans to conquer PSAL A Division

The Telecommunication Arts and Technology Yellowjackets are off to a hot start this season as they have won their first four games and they’re beating teams by an average score of 15-2 while doing it. … Full Article

Poly Prep starts quest for fifth championship with a win

The Poly Prep Blue Devils looked a little sluggish. They had just returned home from a road trip in sunny Florida to the 40-degree, rainy weather of New York, and it showed on the baseball field. Head coach Matt Roventini had to call his team out on it. … Full Article

South Shore falls in state playoffs despite record 46 points from Fraser

South Shore's Brianna Fraser set a New York State Federation tournament record when she scored 46 points, but it wasn't enough for South Shore. The team lost 71-67 to Christ the King in the Class AA girls basketball semifinals in Albany last Friday. … Full Article

Brooklyn Rugby men suffer tough playoff loss to Montauk

The Brooklyn Rugby men traveled to Southampton, Long Island on Saturday to take on Montauk Rugby Club in the first round of the Empire GU Playoffs, falling 13-0 to the division’s top seed. … Full Article

2015 All-Brooklyn Team: Girls High School Basketball All-Stars

Brooklyn’s girls have made the borough proud. Brianna Fraser represents Brooklyn as an All-American, and South Shore brought the city title back home for the first time since 1991. … Full Article

2015 All-Brooklyn Team: Boys High School Basketball All-Stars

It was a tough season for boys high school basketball in Brooklyn. Xaverian High School had the only team to make it to the finals, but the Clippers lost to Christ the King, and there were no All-Americans for the fourth time in five years. … Full Article

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