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FOOTBALL

Beach Channel High School remained undefeated, beating the Springfield Gardens Golden Eagles (1-6), 26-6, improving to a division best 7-0. The Golden Eagles could not stop the Dolphins’ offense. The Dolphins had a total of 380 yards and only allowed 137 yards on defense. Dolphins quarterback Patrick Burello threw for 138 yards and two touchdowns. Receiver Demitrius Pelt had 100 receiving yards on four receptions and was a recipient of one of Burello’s touchdowns. Henry Adegunle had the other touchdown. Diequan Underwood led the Dolphin running game, which totaled 242 yards with 120 yards. Adekoyejo Odedere and Mahamed Sidibe combined to run for 99 yards and a touchdown apiece. Next up for the Dolphins will be the 1-6 Jamaica Beavers.

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Jamaica is coming off a beating at the hands of the John Adams Spartans (5-2). The Spartans beat the Beavers by a score of 30-12. Adams was able to run past Jamaica all game to the tune of 286 yards. Spartan Running Back Brandon Wilson had a 90 yard touchdown run in the game. Next up on the schedule for the Spartans is the Long Island City Bulldogs (3-4).

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The Long Island City Bulldogs lost to the August Martin Falcons (4-3) in their last game by a score of 40-22. The Falcons had 345 yards, which was only eight more than the Bulldogs, who had 337 yards. LIC’s passing game was both up and down during the game. Emilio Gigliotti completed 17 out of 24 passes, and threw for 274 yard. Gigliotti also had three touchdowns but had two interceptions. The Bulldogs could not stop the running games of the Falcons and particularly Anthony Duzant. The Falcons had 275 yards on the ground, with Duzant rushing for 211 of those yards and scoring three times.

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The Bayside High School Commodores (4-3) ended their three game losing streak with a 35-13 win over the Christopher Columbus High School Blue Steel. The Commodores dominated on both sides of the ball. On offense, Bayside had a total of 305 yards. Against the defense of the Commodores, the Blue Steel could only muster 106 yards. The Commodores dominated in the passing game. Arshdeep Singh completed 7-12 passes for 151 yards and a touchdown and teammate Sung Hoon Park had a 40 yard touchdown pass in his lone attempt. Hoon also had a rushing touchdown in the game. In comparison, Blue Steel quarterback Bryan Abreu had only four passing yards and one completion on five attempts. Next up for the Commodores will be the South Shore Vikings (1-6), who the Commodores will take on at home.

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In their last game the South Shore Vikings were beaten by a score of 20-18 at the hands of the Tilden Blue Devils (4-3). The Vikings allowed 441 yards and 411 of those came on the ground. Tilden’s David Marshall rushed for 194 yards on 10 attempts and two touchdowns.

 

SOCCER

In Bayside High School soccer’s final game of the season, The Commodores beat the John Browne Wildcats (1-10) by a score of 5-0 to improve their record to 8-3. Bayside had a great game from start to finish, scoring two goals in the first half and three in the second. Four players scored goals for the Commodores. Daniel Babar, Joseph Almodovar, and Kenyi Santa scored one goal each, and Kevin Londono capped the scoring for Bayside with two goals.

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Francis Lewis High School completed their perfect season by winning their final game against the Benjamin Cardozo Judges (8-3), 3-0. The Patriots are the leaders of the Queens A East Division and showed their dominance during the game. Goalie Christopher Herrera had four saves and scored a goal. Daniel Castro added two of his own goals for the Patriots. Cardozo is tied with Bayside for second place in the division.

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The John Adams Spartans are 11-1-2 on the season and are the leaders of the Queens A West Division. In a one game playoff against the William C. Bryant Owls to determine first place once and for all, the Spartans and the Owls played to a one all tie. The game remained a 0-0 tie throughout the game, including overtime. The teams each scored a goal in penalty shots. Goalie William Benitez had eight saves and helped lead the Spartans to the one all tie.

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In the Queens B One Division the Campus Magnet Bull-Dogs lead the way with an 11-0 season. In second place are the Jamaica Beavers at 9-2-1. In the Beavers’ last game they tied the August Martin High School Falcons 1-1. Jamaica got out to the early lead with Rori Georg Byrd scoring the lone goal for the Beavers. Juanoy Drysdale scored the only goal for the Falcons.

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In the Queens B Two Division, the Queens Vocational Tech Tigers are on top with a 12-0 record. In their last game of the season Richmond Hill High School forfeited the match. In the last game that the Tigers played, against Grover Cleveland High School, the Tigers won 7-0. Mark Puma led all goal scorers with two. The tigers have outscored their opponents 71-11. Grover Cleveland is second in the division at 9-2. Their only two losses have come at the hand of the Tigers.

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