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Brooklyn Rugby bounces back with two big wins

Brooklyn Rugby Club entered Week 7 of the 2014 season coming off of tough losses on the men’s and women’s sides. But both teams rebounded this weekend and earned big wins at home in front of a large crowd on Brooklyn Rugby Club’s Friends and Family Day. … Full Article

Brooklyn Friends School's Matthews reaches century mark

Halima Matthews, the most prolific goal scorer in the history of Brooklyn Friends School soccer, tallied four times, including the 100th of her career, Tuesday as the Blue Pride marched into the ISAL Championship Game for a third straight year with a 4-1 victory over LREI.  … Full Article

St. Francis men's hoops voted No. 1 by NEC coaches

Williamsburg native Glenn Braica was blindsided.  … Full Article

Brooklyn boasts four winners in Baird E. Haney Squash Tournament

Will Cembalest has been a serious squash player since age 13. He plays for his school's team; he plays outside of school; he has elite private coaches and plays in the biggest tournaments. … Full Article

Finally healthy, Xaverian is getting hot leading up to playoffs

In recent weeks it has been a challenge for the Xaverian football team to even field a team. … Full Article

South Shore has proven to be among Brooklyn’s top football teams

South Shore head coach Matt Ciquera had a clear goal in mind after taking over the school’s football program three years ago: Turn it into one of the top high school football powerhouses in New York City. … Full Article

Late rally extends St. Francis' soccer winning streak

Junior netminder Jack Binks gave up his first goal in seven games and the defending Northeast Conference champion St. Francis Terriers were down a score with five minutes to play last Friday night in Fairfield, Conn. In other words, the end of the run was near. … Full Article

Erasmus Hall barely holds on to beat South Shore

Two weeks ago Erasmus Hall picked up its biggest win of the season when it knocked off Lincoln High School.  But when the Dutchmen walked off the field, coach Danny Landberg had words of warning rather than praise. … Full Article

Grand Street rebounds from loss to Lincoln by beating New Utrecht

Grand Street Campus was leading New Utrecht 19-6 early in the fourth quarter as the Utes were steadily marching downfield toward the end zone. … Full Article

St. Francis' Binks keeps blanking opponents

After fighting off an early season bout of championship hangover, the St. Francis Brooklyn men’s soccer team appears primed to begin defending its first Northeast Conference title in 15 years Friday afternoon, when it visits Sacred Heart for its league opener. … Full Article
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