Take a look back at the year that was in Brooklyn Diocesan sports.
The local sports community mourns the loss Patrice Jones (Halas), who grew up of in Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Sunset Park, and starred on the volleyball, basketball and swimming teams at Bishop Kearney H.S., Bensonhurst.
The longtime diocesan priest received a surprise honor.
St. Francis Prep, Fresh Meadows, enjoyed two recent high school fall sports championships.
The St. John’s University basketball programs hosted the first-ever virtual Dribble for the Cure on Sept. 28 to help bring awareness to the great work of the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation.
CYO coaches and administrators took a quick break from planning the safe and smart return of youth sports in the diocese to enjoy a softball game in Broad Channel.
Former Holy Cross H.S., Flushing, football standout Dean Marlowe has begun his fifth season in the NFL.
Father Timothy J. Hirten, a former professional basketball player who was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Brooklyn in 1993, died on Aug. 16 at the age of 66.
Despite the pandemic, the St. Francis de Sales Summer Classic took place.
The St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, Athletics Department announced that it will be virtually packing the Daniel Lynch Gymnasium at the Pope Physical Education Center this summer.