The Catholic Youth Organization’s spring season wrapped up with the following parishes taking home diocesan titles in their respective sports.
Gabriella Ranaglia and Carmela Doshna, two grade-schoolers from Queens, stood in a sea of stars and stripes along New York City’s Canyon of Heroes to see the World Cup champions, the U.S. women’s soccer team, on July 10.
Longtime St. John’s University, Jamaica, head baseball coach Joe Russo died on May 26 at the age of 74 following a lengthy illness.
The CYO Hall of Fame ceremony recognized nine deserving individuals dedicated to sports in the Diocese of Brooklyn.
Our annual golf outing – A Round for the Kids – offers the opportunity for a great round of golf on a championship course and the chance to help disadvantaged students in Brooklyn and Queens get a Catholic education.
St. Francis Prep enjoyed a special night at Citi Field on May 22 as the school community gathered for a New York Mets game.
History was made at St. Saviour H.S., Park Slope, as senior basketball player Allison Ryan took part in the school’s first-ever National Signing Day.
Chris Mullin has resigned from his head coaching post after four seasons leading the St. John’s Red Storm.
Two former New York Jets visited St. Kevin parish for a football clinic.
The Christ the King H.S., Middle Village, varsity girls’ basketball team won this year’s ‘AA’ Division State Federation title with an 81-76 victory on March 23 over Ossining H.S., N.Y.