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Sports Round-Up July 14

 St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, will be adding two new varsity sports to the fold in the next few years. Men’s volleyball and women’s soccer are set to be the school’s newest NCAA Division I programs.

Local Champs Cap Off Exciting Spring Season

An exciting school year of sports in the Diocese of Brooklyn has come to a close, at least until a few summer leagues kick into full gear. Let’s take a look at all of this year’s spring sports champions.

Sports Round-Up June 23

The CHSAA and GCHSAA played the Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL) in this year’s N.Y.C. Mayor’s Cup baseball and softball games to be crowned “best in the city.” The GCHSAA softball team won its game, 13-3, while the CHSAA baseball team dropped its contest, 2-1.

McClancy Baseball Coach Steps Away from Dugout

There’s typically a good deal of turnover among the high school coaching ranks. Between junior varsity coaches being elevated to varsity and coaches switching schools often, there are always coaches on the move. But not Nick Melito.

Sports Round-Up June 16

Three local baseball standouts were selected in this year’s MLB draft. Holy Cross H.S., Flushing, senior shortstop Jaylen Palmer was chosen by the hometown New York Mets in the 22nd round.

Sports Round-Up June 2

St. Francis College has named Linda Cimino its new head women’s basketball coach. She is the 13th coach in program history.

Former CK Hoops Standout Remembered as Champion

Just a few months after the passing of legendary St. Francis Prep, Fresh Meadows, boys’ varsity basketball coach Tim Leary, the CHSAA is now mourning the loss of another local hoops icon, Clare Droesch.