The CHSAA is hosting a boys’ spring basketball tournament.
The New York City Department of Health (DOH) has given clearance for outdoor competitive play for high-risk sports to resume across the city in mid-April. This includes competitive team practices, games, scrimmages, meets, matches, and tournaments for football and contact lacrosse.
The superintendents of schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn and Archdiocese of New York, supporting the Catholic High School Sports Athletic Association (CHSAA), are appealing to the city to allow “high-risk sports to commence immediately.”
The CHSAA has adopted outdoor “Polar Bear” track meets.
The Catholic High School Sports Athletic Association (CHSAA), for both the Diocese of Brooklyn and the Archdiocese of New York, is asking the city council’s Committee on Health to host an emergency hearing in regards to playing high-risk sports locally.
Local Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) schools are feeling frustrated with the lack of communication from city officials as to if high-risk sports can be played for the remainder of the academic year. The State Department of Health (DOH) announced on Jan. 22 that high-risk sports could resume Feb. 1 — but the final decision still needs to be made by city health authorities.
The St. Francis Prep boys’ varsity soccer team captured this year’s CHSAA ‘AA’ city championship with a thrilling win over Fordham Prep.
The St. Francis Prep athletic community mourns loss of two sports legends.
Some fall high school sports contests have resumed amid the pandemic.
Longtime NBA referee Walter Rooney began his sports journey in Brooklyn.