Bowling is the Catholic Youth Organization’s newest sport, with just over 30 children divided into eight teams in Queens.
For the second time in league history, the GCHSAA has released diocesan girls’ varsity All-League teams for its fall sports seasons. Congratulations to the following student-athletes for earning the honor.
One of Manhattan’s most LGBT-friendly Catholic parishes has sold off a mural painted by the famed pop artist Keith Haring, who died at age 31 from AIDS, for $3.9 million – a sale that its pastor hopes will ensure the doors of the church are open to everyone for many more years to com
Margaret Alaimo is the new athletic director at St. Joseph’s College Brooklyn in Clinton Hill.
During Columbus Day Weekend, a number of Catholic Youth Organization parishes participated in the annual “Pink Games” basketball tournament to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Over 40 Resurrection boys’ and girls’ CYO track runners participated Sept. 14 in the annual Dan’s 5K.
Margaret Alaimo, a graduate of Stella Maris H.S., and former basketball standout at St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, was named a new director of athletics and recreation at St. Joseph’s College, Clinton Hill.
The new CYO Kings County boys’ basketball league will feature the same rules, mission and values as the parent diocesan CYO league.
The Brooklyn Cyclones, the Class A short-season affiliate of the New York Mets, won the New York-Penn League championship on Sept. 10 with a 4-3 victory over the Lowell Spinners.
St. John’s University, Jamaica, will host a Dribble for the Cure event, Sept. 21.