Category Archives: High School

PSAL Queens Borough Championships

February 11, 2018, New York, NY – Colossal sports was in attendance for this year’s Queens Borough PSAL Championships. On the women’s side, Young Women’s Leadership won with 158 points, second was Townsend Harris with 81 points and Springfield Gardens finishing third with 50 points.

In the men’s competition, Francis Lewis finished first with 100 points, Bayside took second with 99 points and Benjamin Cardozo finishing third with 67 points.



This year’s Queens Borough Championships was very exciting and had several outstanding performances. One outstanding performance came from Shala Sanders from Young Women’s Leadership winning the 1500m in a time of 4:50.14 and the 3000 Meters in 10:46.03. She will be an athlete to look out for in this year’s PSAL City Championships. Another outstanding athlete that will be a favorite in the City Champs is Paris Peoples who won the 600m in 1:35.37.

On the men’s side, Gaetan Fleurentin won the high jump in 5’10; he looks like he could be a favorite in the City Champs.

For more stats and results from this meet go to

Check out some of the shots from this year’s Queens Borough Championships below:




Wagner Wins Men’s Millrose PSAL 4×400

February 3, 2018, New York, NY – Wagner Highschool’s men’s 4x 400 team put on a great performance at this years Millrose Games winning the PSAL 4×400, running 3:24.32. From start to finish Wagner dominated the race, but right on their heels was Benjamin Banneker running 3:24.73, and Dewitt Clinton running 3:25.72.

With the 4×400 being one of track and field’s highlight events, the Millrose PSAL 4×400 serves as a prequel of whats to come at the PSAL City Champs. From the looks of this race, we are in for a treat at this year’s City Champs as these teams battle it out for 4×400 dominance.

The big question on everyone’s mind right now is whether or not Wagner can repeat the same performance and hold off Benjamin Banneker to win the title as fastest 4×400 in the city.

For more results from this race and other highlights from the Millrose Games check out

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Marine Corps Holiday Classic 2017​

December 29, 2017, New York, NY – Colossal Sports Magazine attended the 2017 Marine Corps Holiday Classic held at the New Balance Track and Field Center at the 168th Street Armory. This year as always the meet was full of fast times and excitement, as some of the top High School athletes in the nation battled it out for indoor supremacy.

One of the biggest outstanding performances during the meet came from Lanae – Tava Thomas from Rush Henrietta Senior High School. Thomas won the long jump with a jump of 20-02.50 (508.00m) and the 200meters with a time of 23.87. Thomas also gave a great performance as the leadoff leg on her teams 4×400 relay.

Marine Corps Holiday Classic (12.29.17)
Marine Corps Holiday Classic (12.29.17)

Another great performance came from Austin Kratz, from Dock Mennonite Academy, winning the 200 meters in a time of 21.38.

The meet was amazing as usual and gave a preview of what to look forward to later on in the indoor season.

Check out some of the shots from this amazing meet.




Miami Country Day Wins Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals.

MIDDLE VILLAGE N.Y. –It was one for the record books as Miami Country Day (Miami, Fla.) dominated Hamilton Heights Christian (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 81-55 in the DICK’S Sporting Goods High School Nationals championship game on Saturday.

From the start of the game, Miami Country Day took control of the game and didn’t let up, using their speed to overwhelm Hamilton Heights Christian. Despite Hamilton’s height and size advantage, they were no match for Miami’s speed and good old fashion text book basketball.

Check out some shots from the game.

La Lumiere Takes Title As Best High School Basketball Team.

MIDDLE VILLAGE, N.Y. —La Lumiere (La Porte, Ind.) with an exciting 70-52 defeat of Montverde Academy (Montverde, Fla.) in the championship of the DICK’S Sporting Goods High School Nationals, takes the title as the best high school basketball team in the country.

Both teams had a slow start, and it looked like it would be a close game, going into halftime; the game could have gone either way. But at the start of the second half, La Lumiere came out and let it be known why they are ranked number one. La Lumiere with four players in double digits (Brian Bowen (27-1) with 15 points and seven rebounds, Jaren Jackson (17 points), senior guard Jordan Poole (13 points) and sophomore point guard Tyger Campbell (10 points, seven assists)), unleashed a beating on Montverde. Montverde put up a good fight but was just over matched by the La Lumiere offense.  With just one player in double digits (Sophomore guard R.J. Barrett (26-5) with 25 points), just didn’t have the offensive to fight back against La Lumiere.

Check out some of the shots from this awesome championship game.


2017 Indoor PSAL Track & Field City Championships 

New York, N.Y. – On February 19, 2017, the PSAL Indoor Track & Field Championships took place at the 168 Street Armory New Balance Track & Field Center. As always it was an exciting event that showcased some of the outstanding track & field talent the city has to offer.

This was the 114th running of the event since the championship’s inception in 1903. The PSAL has produced many great runners from the start and continues to do so. This year’s meet didn’t disappoint, there were many outstanding performances and several records set.

Check out some of the shots from this exciting event. For results and standings from the meet click here

Doubling Up

Day two of  The Penn Relays was awesome, especially for Edwin Allen High School of Jamaica. Edwin Allen ran away with two championships today, the High School Girls Championship of America 4×100 and 4×400. Edwin Allen won the 4X100 in a time of 45.73 (Kasheika Cameron, Patrice Moody, Shellece Clarke, and Khamony Farquharson) and the 4X400 in a time of 3:40.88 (Janiel Moore (56.4), Davia Smith (56.0), Shannon Kalawan (53.69), and Patrice Moody (54.73). Although Edwin Allen had an awesome day in the sprints they were unable to go three for three; they finished fifth in the 4×800 with a time of 9:03.53 (Amanda Thomas (2:12.58), Andriana Shockley (2:20.58), Ces’ Shay Joyner (2:19.50), and Faith Ross (2:10.87).

Check out some of the shots from these races.