Four student-athletes from The Mary Louis Academy, Jamaica Estates, signed National Letters of Intent to continue their sports careers in college.
Just over a year ago, James Lally took over as the athletic director at St. Joseph’s College, Brooklyn, and the Bears’ athletic program is experiencing an unprecedented wave of enthusiasm and success.
Raven Pitt, a senior guard on the St. Joseph’s H.S., Downtown Brooklyn, girls’ varsity basketball team, signed her National Letter of Intent to continue her hoops career at Wagner College, Staten Island.
The fall CHSAA season came to a close with championships in several sports.
Anthony Iapoce, the hitting coach of the Texas Rangers, will be hosting the inaugural New York Baseball Coaches Clinic on Dec. 10, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at Division Avenue H.S., Levittown, L.I.
For the 15th year, the men’s and women’s track and field/cross-country teams from St. Francis College will be staffing a water and Gatorade station along the route of the N.Y.C. Marathon.
Attention N.Y.C. Marathon runners! Tell us your race times for inclusion in next weekend’s Tablet.
Aaliyah Lewis, a graduate of both St. John’s University, Jamaica, and Bishop Ford H.S., Park Slope, recently began her professional basketball career with Forssan Alku, a professional team based in Finland.
Solly Walker, the first black player in St. John’s history, will be honored Oct. 22 at El Caribe Country Club, Mill Basin, by the Brooklyn U.S.A. Athletic Association, a community-based organization established in 1974 to help improve the quality of life for youth in Central Brooklyn.
Msgr. McClancy H.S., East Elmhurst, is set to induct the 2017 class into its Athletics Hall of Fame on Oct. 21.