sports FOR BREAKING NEWS VISIT www.qns.com JANUARY 7, 2016 • TIMES 47 LGA College Lady Red Hawks drop first game of the new year Maspeth High School Argonauts looking to stay strong in 2016 ORTHODONTICS WWW.GLENRIDGEORTHODONTIST.COM Est. 1976 FREE* Consultation and Exam WWW.GLENRIDGEORTHODONTIST.COM Medicaid Approved Diplomate, American Board of Orthodontics Vincent J. Bilello, D.D.S., ABO Diplomate, Specialists in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics 65-34 Myrtle Ave., Glendale, NY 11385 Most Insurance Accepted As Partial or Full Payment 1-718-381-2965 BY ANTHONY GIUDICE email@example.com @A_GiudiceReport The LaGuardia Community College (LAGCC) Lady Red Hawks started 2016 with a disappointing home loss to the Gateway Community College Geckos, 88-64 on Sunday, Jan. 3. The Lady Red Hawks were slow out of the gate, falling behind the Geckos by 19 points early on. LAGCC tried to battle back throughout and were able to consistently keep the game within 10-15 points, but couldn’t rally enough to get back into the game. Briana Johnson led the way for the Lady Red Hawks with 20 points. Janae Gibson and Kailyn Richburg each added 11 points in the loss, and Marika Gordon scored late to keep her double-double streak alive at 10 games. Gateway Community College handed LAGCC their third loss of the season, as they drop to 9-3 overall, but remain at 7-1 in the region and 5-0 in CUNY Athletic Conference (CUNYAC). Gateway continues their great year, improving to 6-1, with their only defeat coming at the hands of No. 1 ranked Roxbury. The Lady Red Hawks will next take on the Kingsborough Wave for the second and fi nal time this year on Tuesday, Jan. 5. The road game marks the sixth meeting between the two teams, and LaGuardia is 4-1 against their conference foes. The Wave will enter the contest winless this season at 0-8 overall. Photo courtesy LaGuardia Community College Athletics The LaGuardia Community College Lady Red Hawks dropped the fi rst game of the year to Gateway Community College, 88-64. BY ANTHONY GIUDICE firstname.lastname@example.org @A_GiudiceReport The Maspeth High School Argonauts boys varsity basketball team fi nished 2015 on a strong note and are looking to continue their dominance into the new year. So far in the 2015-16 campaign, the Argonauts boast a 6-0 record in the Public School Athletic League (PSAL), with impressive wins over Metropolitan Campus and Academy of American Studies, and lopsided victories over Baccalaureate School for Global Education and Renaissance. The Argonauts fi nished the year by winning the fi fth-annual Jim Dilg Varsity Basketball Tournament. The boys defeated Holy Cross B to make the fi nals and then they beat Cathedral Prep 58-32 in the fi nals to claim the trophy. The new year kicks off with a game against the Information Technology High School Blackhawks today at Maspeth High School. Photo via Twitter/@CPCrusaders The Maspeth High School Argonauts ended 2015 undefeated, at 6-0, and won the fi fthannual Jim Dilg Varsity Basketball Tournament.
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