Nyasha Irizarry, a senior player on the Archbishop Molloy High School girls basketball team, averaged about 18 points per game for her final season and was selected to play in the NYC Mayor’s Cup All-Star game on March 29.
It’s already April but the PSAL’s most prolific scorer of the 2014 basketball season, Nohah Vickers, still doesn’t know which college he will play for next year.
Forward Kollyns Scarbrough of Christ the King scored 17 points to lead the CHSAA over the PSAL in the NYC Mayor’s Cup All-Star game, earning her league the title “best in the city.”
Sierra Calhoun, leading scorer of the Christ the King girls basketball team, earned the prestigious Gatorade New York Girls Basketball Player of the Year award for her contributions on and off the court this season.
It was only two weeks ago that the Christ the King boys’ basketball team lost the Brooklyn/ Queens Conference championship game against Bishop Loughlin by nearly 20 points. But with a renewed focus, the Royals dominated their rivals in a rematch.
Alexandra Rubiano, a co-captain of the Archbishop Molloy swim team, is an outstanding athlete and student.
The Archbishop Molloy girls swim team won its second consecutive league title in the GCHSAA.
After a late comeback, St. Francis Prep’s hockey team defeated Xaverian High School.
Despite a comeback effort, Holy Cross Knights failed to win against Xaverian High School.
The Holy Cross Knights capped off a rough season on a high note by defeating the Bishop Loughlin Lions, 60-57, netting the Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) Brooklyn/Queens Diocesan title for the second time in the last seven years. Made up mostly of seniors, the second-seeded Knights fell behind by double digits early but [...]