Bayside High School Commodores (3-4 PSAL) are hoping to turn around their season after besting the sturdy Wildcats (5-2 PSAL), 9-4.
Just two years after the PSAL introduced flag football as a new sport for girls, Bayside students and fans enthusiastically embraced it.
High School for Construction junior softball player Jenasez Alves has something to prove. Last year, the Red Hawks varsity and junior varsity squads were top teams in the city. The varsity team won its division and then the city title — the school’s first Division A championship — after a 3-2 win over perennial powerhouse Tottenville High School of Staten Island.
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.”
Benjamin Cardozo baseball team will be led by three seniors, David Lim, Keith Rogers and Christopher Campbell.
Robyn Francis, a junior on the Francis Lewis girls basketball and outdoor track teams, maintains a high scholastic average and dreams of being an accountant.
Benjamin Cardozo city champion wrestlers, Steve Kim and Douglas Chau, are aiming for medals in a national high school tournament this summer.
Joseph Calandra is a stellar baseball player and mentor at Channel View High School.
Led by sophomore Rashond Salnave, Benjamin Cardozo High School boys basketball team won the city championships in the PSAL Division AA.