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.
For the first time ever, the Vatican will have its own women’s soccer team, giving a potential assist to the empowerment of women in the Church.
Two sisters have shown the utmost poise in the realm of sports following the sudden death of their mother.
The boys from Sacred Heart, Bayside, won the CYO Fall Soccer, by defeating Blessed Trinity.
The 2016 Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) fall soccer season wrapped up recently at Aviator Sports Complex, Marine Park.
The St. Francis College men’s soccer team and local high school soccer and volleyball teams were crowned division champions this fall.
A pride of lions is a family unit. The animals travel together, protect each other and share any prey. While there isn’t exactly any hunting going on in Fort Greene, the Bishop Loughlin Lions boys’ soccer program has adopted this same family mentality.
Xaverian H.S. in Bay Ridge has gone co-ed for the upcoming school, year, meaning a host of girls’ sports are set to start up at the school.
Vincent Bezecourt, a 2016 graduate of St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, is currently playing his first season with the New York Red Bulls II of the United Soccer League. He recently scored his first two goals of his professional career in a 5-0 victory over the Harrisburg City Islanders.
The following high school varsity soccer players have been named to the CHSAA’s All-League teams.