After another exciting season of CHSAA hoops action, here are the 2015 Brooklyn/Queens boys’ high school basketball all-stars.
After another exciting season of GCHSAA hoops action, here are the 2015 Brooklyn/Queens girls’ high school basketball all-stars.
The Catholic Youth Organization crowned this year’s boys’ basketball champions. Congratulations to all participating teams for another great season, and special congratulations to this year’s diocesan champs.
Attached are the complete results of the 2015 Catholic Youth Organization’s girls’ swimming Olympics.
Each Sunday morning from September to March, St. Mark’s hosts its Challenger Basketball Program for players with disabilities. The program began 15 years ago with eight kids and now includes 42 players.
The St. Kevin Youth Guild will be holding a one-day baseball clinic with retired New York baseball pros in Flushing.
The Msgr. McClancy M.H.S., East Elmhurst, girls’ varsity basketball capped off another impressive season in just the third year of the school being co-ed.
The girls’ varsity team beat Archbishop Molloy to capture their first GCHSAA N.Y. state title since 2010, and the boys outlasted Xaverian to win the CHSAA city championship.
The St. Francis Brooklyn Women’s Basketball Team defeated Robert Morris, 77-62, and are headed to the NCAA Tournament and will be going dancing.
The St. Francis Terriers dropped a heartbreaker, 66-63, to Robert Morris University, Moon, Pa., at the Pope P.E. Center. Robert Morris thus earned the automatic bid to this year’s March Madness tournament.