After another exciting season of CHSAA hoops action, here are the 2016-2017 Brooklyn/Queens boys’ high school basketball all-stars.
For the 35th year, the three-day Brother Arnold tournament captivated New York City basketball fans during the second weekend of December.
Two sisters have shown the utmost poise in the realm of sports following the sudden death of their mother.
Playing basketball in high school under coaches Tim Leary on the boys’ side and Kerri White on the girls’ side has fully prepared these student-athletes both academically and athletically for college.
The Msgr. McClancy M.H.S. Lady Crusaders varsity basketball team is trusting the process to defend its city title.
In his 30-year tenure as a college basketball coach, Pete Gillen racked up numerous hall of fame honors. He was recently honored here in Brooklyn by the Holy Name Foundation.
Over 30 CYO teams from Brooklyn and Queens entered the “Battle Against Breast Cancer” tournament. All proceeds were donated to charity organizations researching breast cancer.
For one night in Jamaica, two former Clippers’ prodigies squared off against one another as coaches on the college stage.
From Oct. 2 to 21, Cathedral Prep and Seminary hosted the Colin Flood Hoops for Hope Memorial Basketball Tournament. Colin was an eight-year-old boy from Middle Village who passed away on June 22, 2014.
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.