A family environment can be clearly seen at Nazareth R.H.S., East Flatbush, where the football coaching ranks have proven to be a family affair.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so the student-athletes at St. Edmund Prep H.S., Sheepshead Bay, took part in a series of events to raise awareness.
For the past few years, the seeds of a budding high school athletics program were planted and cultivated in East Flatbush at Cristo Rey Brooklyn H.S.
St. Bartholomew, Elmhurst, recently began a free indoor youth soccer program in the parish gymnasium. More than 70 young athletes signed up to play within the first two weeks.
On Oct. 1, Metropolitan Approved Girls Basketball Officials (MAGBO) hosted its second annual gala at The Oak Room at Buckley’s Tavern in Marine Park to honor three individuals who have made an impact through their officiating.
A pride of lions is a family unit. The animals travel together, protect each other and share any prey. While there isn’t exactly any hunting going on in Fort Greene, the Bishop Loughlin Lions boys’ soccer program has adopted this same family mentality.
The St. John’s University, Jamaica, men’s and women’s basketball teams partnered with the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation (PCRF) on Saturday, Sept. 24 for the sixth annual Dribble for the Cure event.
U.S. Military Academy Cadet Brandon T. Jackson, a member of the Class of 2019, and a member of the West Point football team, died as the result of a single car accident Sept. 11 in Croton, N.Y.
Benedictine Archabbot Douglas R. Nowicki of St. Vincent’s Archabbey in Latrobe, Pa., was with Arnold Palmer when the golfing great died Sept. 25.
For the past 28 years, the Xaverian H.S. community in Bay Ridge has engaged in an autumn tradition by coming together in mid-September to honor the memory of a hero.