Xaverian graduate and former football standout Oday Aboushi signed a contract with the Los Angeles Chargers.
St. John’s University, Jamaica, men’s basketball sophomore Julian Champagnie has announced that he has entered the NBA draft process.
The New York City Department of Health (DOH) has given clearance for outdoor competitive play for high-risk sports to resume across the city in mid-April. This includes competitive team practices, games, scrimmages, meets, matches, and tournaments for football and contact lacrosse.
The following men’s college basketball players with ties to Christ the King H.S., Middle Village, all appeared on teams that participated in postseason play.
The superintendents of schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn and Archdiocese of New York, supporting the Catholic High School Sports Athletic Association (CHSAA), are appealing to the city to allow “high-risk sports to commence immediately.”
Garry Munro, a senior track runner at St. John’s Prep, Astoria, has committed to run in college at the University at Albany, N.Y.
The CHSAA has adopted outdoor “Polar Bear” track meets.
The CYO conducted its first-ever Free-Throw Challenge during the recent winter recess.
The Catholic High School Sports Athletic Association (CHSAA), for both the Diocese of Brooklyn and the Archdiocese of New York, is asking the city council’s Committee on Health to host an emergency hearing in regards to playing high-risk sports locally.
St. John’s Julian Champagnie leads the Big East in scoring.