Mei-Lyn Bautista isn’t your average rising freshman, in more ways than one. The Whitestone native grew up playing CYO basketball for St. Andrews against boys, spent the last two summers competing against some of the best high-school players in the country with coach . . . Read More
Long Island Lightning Dingle was already up the stairs and headed toward the doors of American University’s Bender Arena. The team’s last game just finished Sunday at the USJN/Nike National Championships and they were ready to head back to New York. Everyone except for Batouly Camara. . . . Read More
Girls basketball just got a whole lot more interesting in the PSAL with Bob Daggett’s hiring at Curtis made official last week. Daggett’s presence doesn’t make the Warriors a city powerhouse overnight. But you’d have to imagine within four years, Curtis will be a perennial . . . Read More
Jackie Mullen was looking for a fresh start and better chance to grow and shine. She left Christ the King to play at The Hun School (N.J.) after the Royals won the state Federation Class AA title in 2010. Mullen, who will do a post-grad year there this season, was a bench player . . . Read More
Tom Catalanotto let Alexa (Weazel) Dietrich have it. In the NYC Lady Bulldogs early morning playoff game against the Mavericks (CT) the rising junior guard was still asleep in his eyes. The usually pass-first Dietrich was catching the ball wide open on the perimeter and not even looking . . . Read More
Shequana Harris hasn’t been feeling like herself of late. The Murry Bergtraum rising senior guard has been playing through an ankle injury with her Gauchos Elite travel team. “She was battling it,” coach Earl Elliotte said. Harris had a return to form this weekend at the Battle on the Bayou . . . Read More
A few short months ago members of a Native girls’ basketball squad from New Mexico did not even know their teammates’ names. But players from the under-14 club certainly like what they’re being called now – national champions. The New Mexico side captured the gold medal in . . . Read More
LaTangela Sanderson wants everyone to look at her daughter's impending enrollment at Hoover and not jump to conclusions. Yes, Sanderson confirmed, she has a new job as a graduation coach at Hoover. Sanderson also said she has found a residence in Hoover after withdrawing her . . . Read More
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