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  1. St. Raymond vaults to No. 3 in NY hoops rankings with two huge wi...

    Brandon Parker

    Lost in in St. Raymond's defeat at the hands of Garner (N.C.) in North Carolina's Holiday Invitational final was that star forward Daniel Dingle missed the game with a shoulder injury. So it's no coincidence that with the senior's re...

    Blog | January 10, 2012
  2. Nia Reed named Gatorade New Jersey Volleyball POY

    Brandon Parker

    Nia Reed of Immaculate Heart Academy has been named Gatorade New Jersey Volleyball Player of the Year. Just a sophomore, Reed recorded 233 kills and 59 blocks despite missing 11 games with a wrist injury. The middle blocker returned to lead her te...

    Blog | December 14, 2011
  3. 2011 final NY football rankings: St. Anthony's is No. 1

    Brandon Parker

    Despite a hurricane that wiped out their first contest and injuries that threated to wipe out various players throughout the season, St. Anthony's withstood a storm of upset bids to finish as New York's top team. The Friars cemented their wire-to-wir...

    Blog | December 12, 2011
  4. Top-ranked wrestler paralyzed in match

    Brandon Parker

    Alleghany senior wrestler Luke Hampton was paralyzed during a match in Lenoir last Saturday after sustaining neck injuries. School officials say Hampton broke his neck in two places after trying to take down an opponent and falling into a padded wall...

    Blog | December 09, 2011
  5. Wilfong dethrones Herriott for Class 4 cross country crown

    Brandon Parker

    As good of friends as Caleb Wilfong and Zach Herriott are off the cross country course, Wilfong had a score to settle at this past weekend's Class 4 state meet. Last year, multiple injuries sabotaged Wilfong's push for the state crown, allowing th...

    Blog | November 09, 2011
  6. Injuries, upsets shake up Week 8 New York football rankings

    Brandon Parker

    At this point in the season, most top teams are hoping to run damage control and ease into the playoffs. Not so for some New York squads. No. 1 St. Anthony's survived yet another upset bid with a goal-line stand on a two-point conversion, this tim...

    Blog | October 31, 2011
  7. Top 10 teams St. Anthony's and Xaverian battle in Week 5 NY footb...

    Brandon Parker

    Thanks to Hurricane Irene cancelling its opener, No. 1 St. Anthony's had to jump into its CHSFL schedule headfirst. The Friars, of course, have handled it - along with injuries to some of their top players - well. Next on the slate is No. 9 Xaveri...

    Blog | October 13, 2011
  8. Jonathan Williams, Zack Sanchez are on the rise in Texas

    Brandon Parker

    It's time for this week's Texas All-State football stock watch, but we're going to switch things up for the rest of the season. Instead of charting a player who had an off week or injury, we're going to highlight On The Rise (OTR) players who didn't ...

    Blog | October 12, 2011
  9. Kirkwood makes statement win; Week 6 MO rankings stand pat

    Brandon Parker

    After games of Sunday, Oct. 2. In less than 30 minutes, Kirkwood went from the slight favorite to the undefeated underdog during its matchup against Parkway Central. Star wideout Mike McHugh went down with a shoulder injury in the first half, l...

    Blog | October 03, 2011
  10. Stock is rising for Malcolm Brown, Matt Davis

    Brandon Parker

    In this week's edition of the Texas All-State Football Stock Watch, we've got a defensive lineman showing off his receiving skills and a quarterback showing that his old knee injury ain't a thang. UP - Malcolm Brown, Brenham DL By this time next ...

    Blog | September 27, 2011
  11. St. Anthonys strengthens hold on top spot in Week 3 NY rankings

    Brandon Parker

    Last Friday, I mentioned there were some doubts about St. Anthony's ability to live up to its high standard since injuries have taken their toll on the Friars. But the top-ranked squad silenced those thoughts with a 51-0 rout of Fordham Prep. In the ...

    Blog | September 26, 2011
  12. Fordham Prep bids for upset against St. Anthony's in Week 2 NY fo...

    Brandon Parker

    Up until this week, it appeared No. 1 St. Anthony's couldn't get a break. In the offseason, Sean McDonaugh, who was supposed to replace the graduated Charlie Raffa at quarterback, went down with a season-ending back injury. Then the replacement, P...

    Blog | September 23, 2011