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Queens South Volleyball Player of the Week

Tue May 15, 2018 - Brian Bourgouin
Queens South Player of the Week honors goes to Jessica Silverio (#8 maroon) representing the 102nd Precinct squad. Silverio is currently a junior attending Forest Hills High School in Forest Hills, Queens, NY. She plays the Designated Player position in softball and runs the 600 meters in indoor track for her respective high school varsity teams. Silverio plans to spend this summer working under SYEP (Summer Youth Employment Program) working with children and hopefully at a PAL center in Queens.     Jama

Queens South Volleyball Cops and Kids Player of the Week

Mon May 7, 2018 - Brian Bourgouin
The  Player of the Week for Queens South Volleyball goes to Jamal Benjamin (#11) of YSD. Jamal is a senior at the High School for Law Enforcement & Public Safety in South Jamaica, NY, which is located adjacent to the PAL Edward Byrne Center (where this match was played). Jamal is also a member of his high school's volleyball club and has participated in the PAL Cops and Kids Basketball League for the YSD team earlier this year. - Jamal LaForce, PAL Sports Coordinator

Queens South Cops and Kids Week 2 Player of the Week

Fri Apr 27, 2018 - Brian Bourgouin
The Sports and Recreation Department would like to congratulation this week's Player of the Week for the Queens South Division, Dante Bryan (#14) of YSD. As the unquestioned emotional leader of the team, Dante prevented the 102 PCT from making an epic comeback by verbally encouraging and "coaching up" his teammates with advice of proper bumping techniques when they faced adversity in the match and with his uncanny volleys to keep the volleyball in play for his team. Dante is a senior at the High School for

PAL Cops and Kids Volleyball: Queens South

Fri Apr 27, 2018 - Brian Bourgouin
In the second week of Cops and Kids Volleyball in the Queens South Division, YSD (Youth Services Division) (baby blue) won the match in a 3-set thriller over 102 PCT (maroon), 2-1 (25-8, 20-25, 25-22). In the opening set of the match, both teams were finding their footing and were adjusting to the pace of play, the agility of the athletes, and the velocity of the volleyball on the court. However, in the last two sets, both teams "stepped their game up" in a competitive, see-saw affair which led to a tight f

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