Youth from Clinic Division
Clinic players show off their glove for the game.
Player from Minors steps up to the plate.
Youngsters, coaches and staff from the clinic division.
Minor Division players, coaches and staff. Photos by Marianna Hernandez
After defeating heavily favored fourth-seeded School of Art and Business High School, 2-1, in overtime at Flushing Meadow Park last week, Canarsie High School had the confidence it needed to upset fifthseeded Francis Lewis High School in the PSAL class A girls' soccer quarterfinal at John Adams High School in Queens.
The United States Achievement Academy has announced that Krysann McGregor from Brooklyn, New York has been named an All- American Scholar At-Large Award Winner. Krysann will appear in the All-American Scholar Official Yearbook, which is published nationally. Krysann is a student at Isaac Bildersee Intermediate (IS68).
With the regular season winding down, the Canarsie High School girl's soccer team knew it had to beat Prospect Heights Campus High School in order to keep their undefeated record intact and hopes for a division title alive. The Lady Cardinals scored first in the game, but Canarsie responded on captain Anna Kay Robinson's penalty kick conversion to tie the match at 1- 1.
Krysann is the daughter of James and Olivene McGregor from Brooklyn, New York. Her grandmother is Evelyn Castile of Kingston, Jamaica.
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