News 12 Varsity takes a look at a few storylines and players to watch in the 2017-18 New York City girls basketball high school season.
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South Shore defeats Mary Louis Girls Basketball.
The loss to South Shore doesn't diminish what the Hilltoppers achieved in one of the program's best seasons ever
Mary Louis defeats Baldwin Girls Basketball.
In a game that was split down the middle, Mary Louis outlasted Mary Scanlan 66-55 in overtime at Rose Hill Gymnasium to capture the program’s first CHSAA ‘AA’ state title.
Monsignor Scanlan and The Mary Louis Academy square off in the CHSAA 'AA' final Saturday night.
Freshman guard Kateri Poole knocked dow ago-ahead 3-pointer with 33 seconds left tin the fourth quarter to help Monsignor Scanlan defeat St. Anthony's, 53-49, in the New York State CHSAA Class AA girls basketball semifinals Friday night in Astoria.
Vanerlie Valcourt’s game-winning layup with 4.4 seconds left in regulation lifted the Hilltoppers over Christ the King 66-64 to capture the program’s first CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens ‘AA’ title at St. Francis Prep Saturday afternoon.
Christ the King received 24 points from Kaelynn Satterfield and three other players recorded double figures as the hosts defeated The Mary Louis Academy, 67-57, in overtime Friday in a CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens division game held in Middle Village.
News 12 Varsity releases the latest New York City girls top ten basketball rankings.