“When you play on a sports team, you may be from a different culture or different background, but there you are as one.”
St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, will be adding two new varsity sports to the fold in the next few years. Men’s volleyball and women’s soccer are set to be the school’s newest NCAA Division I programs.
Here is The Tablet’s Brooklyn-Queens 2018 GCHSAA All-Star Softball Team.
With another competitive season of CHSAA baseball in the books, here’s a look at The Tablet’s 2018 diocesan All-Star team.
An exciting school year of sports in the Diocese of Brooklyn has come to a close, at least until a few summer leagues kick into full gear. Let’s take a look at all of this year’s spring sports champions.
The CHSAA and GCHSAA played the Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL) in this year’s N.Y.C. Mayor’s Cup baseball and softball games to be crowned “best in the city.” The GCHSAA softball team won its game, 13-3, while the CHSAA baseball team dropped its contest, 2-1.
There’s typically a good deal of turnover among the high school coaching ranks. Between junior varsity coaches being elevated to varsity and coaches switching schools often, there are always coaches on the move. But not Nick Melito.
Three local baseball standouts were selected in this year’s MLB draft. Holy Cross H.S., Flushing, senior shortstop Jaylen Palmer was chosen by the hometown New York Mets in the 22nd round.
The fifth annual Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) Hall of Fame ceremony recognized 10 deserving individuals who dedicated their lives to youth sports in the Diocese of Brooklyn.
The Holy Cross H.S. varsity baseball team has had an impressive season. After each win, the player of the game receives the mighty “Golden Sword.”