Just a few months after Jackie Robinson joined the Dodgers, Levi Bough became the first black basketball player at St. Francis.
Nine teams were crowned diocesan champions for CYO’s girls’ basketball Feb. 21-22 at St. John’s Prep, Astoria.
Vince O’Connor was a legend not only for his football success – 62 years of coaching, 341 wins, 16 CHSFL titles, nine NFL players – but also for the way he molded countless young boys into men.
The Archbishop Molloy H.S., Briarwood, boys and girls varsity swimming teams capped off another successful year in the pool, with each team taking home championship titles.
In the wake of Bishop Ford’s closing, many former Falcons have been able to continue playing sports at other Catholic high schools in Brooklyn and Queens.
Holy Cross H.S. junior basketball forward Christian Wilson has dedicated the rest of the seasons to honor his grandfather who passed away.
Congratulations to the Holy Cross H.S., Flushing, varsity bowling team, which captured the 2015 CHSAA city championship.
For the Toronto Raptors’ television analyst Jack Armstrong, walking into the Barclays Center in Downtown Brooklyn has a special meaning.
Congratulations to St. Saviour H.S., Park Slope, senior Briana Vega for taking home M.V.P. honors for the 2014-2015 GCHSAA varsity swim season.
St. John’s University senior guard D’Angelo Harrison became the third player in school history to reach the 2,000-pt. plateau.