Monday, September 12, 2011
Christian Salazar loves to pass on the basketball court and in the classroom.
As a student, you either love the first day of school or you hate the first day of school. Here a few back-to-school favorites of Christian Salazar, a sophomore at Urban Science Academy. Full Name: Christian Salazar Grade: 10 Favorite Class: Humanities Class Looking Forward To The Most: Chemistry Favorite Teacher: Mr. Bill Madden-Fuoco Favorite Hobby: Chilling, playing basketball After-School/Extracurricular Activities: Played in a summer basketball league and trying to join a league now. What Do You Want To Learn The Most This Year: Chemistry Most Memorable Moment From Last School Year: Passing
Monday, August 29, 2011
Christian Mendoza likes to fly kites in his spare time when he's not playing pick-up basketball games.
Show us a person who doesn't like sports, and we'll show you Christian Mendoza's favorite sporting moments. Name: Christian Mendoza Do You Think There Will Be An NBA Season This Year: I don't know, but I don't like what's going on. What's Your Favorite Boston Sports Team: Celtics and Patriots What Is Your Favorite Sport To Play: Pick-up basketball If You Could Meet One Sports Player, Dead Or Alive, Who Would It Be: Michael Jordan because he's a legend. Do You Think The Bruins Will Repeat: Maybe. They played really well in the playoffs. Tim Thomas was a monster. All Four Boston Teams Have Won A Championship Recently, Which One Were You More Excited For (Red Sox, Celtics, Patriots, or Bruins): Patriots because I wasn't old enough to …
Saturday, March 5, 2011
Catholic Memorial loses, 53-56 to BC High in the South Sectional Tournament Semi-Finals.
In a hard-fought battle, Catholic Memorial School loses to Boston College High in the semi-finals of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association Tournament South division 53-56. Captain Matt Droney for the Knights led all scorers with 25 points, but it wasn't enough to compete with the Eagles' Mike Corcoran and Jameilen Jones' second half play with 8 and 15 points, respectively. "They worked us the whole game and deserve to win," said Droney. "They beat us in all asepcts and played a good game." With only three graduating seniors, the Knights are still strong enough to contend next year with Droney playing as a senior. Plays from freshman Aamahne Santos looked promising as well, with the team's second most total points with 9…