Christ the King Sweeps News’ Queens Hoops Awards


Christ the King R.H.S., Middle Village, earned two notable high school basketball honors by the New York Daily News.

Senior center on the boys’ squad Adonis Delarosa was named the Queens Boys’ High School Player of the Year. The 6-foot 11-inch big man averaged 12 pts. and 12 rebounds this past season, and he’ll go on to play next fall at St. John’s University.

On the girls’ side, senior All-American Sierra Calhoun was named the Queens Girls’ High School Player of the Year after averaging 22.7 pts. and 8.2 rebounds per game this season. She will play her college hoops at Duke University.


The following players from Queens also were recognized by the Daily News:

Boys Honors

Rawle Alkins, Christ the King

Travis Atson, Christ the King

C.J. Davis, Archbishop Molloy

Andre Walker, Christ the King

Jermaine Bishop, Holy Cross

Michael Fields, St. Francis Prep

Joshua Wallace, Holy Cross

Jason Cethoute, Archbishop Molloy

Shane Herrity, St. Francis Prep


Girls Honors

Kollyns Scarbrough, Christ the King

Nyasha Irizarry, Archbishop Molloy

Aryn McClure, Archbishop Molloy

Simone Hobdy, The Mary Louis Academy

Kayla Hourany, St. Francis Prep

Kristen Drogsler, Christ the King

Sydney Zambrotta, Christ the King

Kaitlyn Mahon, Archbishop Molloy