The Xaverian Clippers won this year’s girls’ soccer city title.
In 2018, Brian Ingram underwent surgery for cancer. But on Sunday, Nov. 7, this Bay Ridge native completed the 50th New York City Marathon (his seventh) to help raise money for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Two Catholic runners are set to run this year’s NYC Marathon.
When Xavier High School religion teacher Stephanie Boccuzzi was in the fourth grade, an early morning recess session on Sept. 11, 2001, turned into an immediate dismissal. Back then, she had no idea why.
Christian Santo died last year of heart failure at age 27, but in many ways, his memory will live on — in nature and in the world of college sports.
Jemma Parsons, entering her junior year at Xaverian High School, is the winner of the 2021 Congressional Art Contest in Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis’s district (NY-11).
The CHSFL returned for a four-game spring season.
Xavier High School students resumed construction on a house for home healthcare worker Nickesha Medley and her teenage daughter.
The annual P.O. Christopher Hoban Memorial 5-Mile Run went virtual this year.
Good Shepherd Catholic Academy’s Home School Association President Kathleen Tomassetti has had a lot on her plate while raising six children amidst a pandemic. She currently has five kids enrolled in GSCA’s universal pre-k and Grades 2, 3, 6, and 7, and a freshman at Xaverian High School.