Two former members of the St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, men’s basketball team are continually their professional careers overseas.
It’s fitting that infielder Joe Panik, the newest member of the New York Mets, actually played a game at Citi Field before the Mets themselves.
The sixth annual Catholic Youth Organization Boys’ Summer Basketball League concluded on in late July, with the championship games being played at Msgr. McClancy H.S., East Elmhurst.
Due to a recent injury, have we seen the last of former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow in the New York Mets organization?
Two members of the new executive board of the St. Joseph’s College Brooklyn, Clinton Hill, Student-Athlete Advisory Committee have ties to the local GCHSAA.
Former Bishop Kearney basketball star Janelle McManus weighs in on the news that the school has closed.
A few former local CHSAA baseball players are continuing their journey toward achieving their lifelong dreams of reaching the big leagues.
Abbey Forbes, the 18-year-old winner of the junior girls doubles championship at Wimbledon, has kept an inspirational book in her tennis bag at recent competitions and for all seven Wimbledon matches.
Father Adjei is among the 80 clergy from all over the world who are pitching in this summer, giving the priests of Brooklyn and Queens time to go on vacation or retreat. He got hooked on baseball because of Father Ed Kachurka, the pastor at Mary’s Nativity-St. Ann parish, Flushing, which is where Father Adjei is assigned.
The Brooklyn Nets made a huge splash during the NBA offseason, signing superstar free agents Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving.