Scholastic and Amateur

After a 0-5 start to its season, the St. Francis men’s basketball team seemingly took a big step forward by winning three of its four following games. … Full Article

St. Francis women’s hoops star scores 1,000th point

Sarah Benedetti became part of St. Francis College history after she scored her 12th point against Vermont University on Wednesday night, making her the 13th member of the women's basketball program to score 1,000 points as a Terrier. … Full Article

St. Francis men’s basketball takes step back in loss to Delaware State

After a 0-5 start to its season, the St. Francis men’s basketball team seemingly took a big step forward by winning three of its four following games. However, after the 72-64 loss to Delaware State on Wednesday, coach Glenn Braica said the team has taken a step back. … Full Article

War veteran's donation touches Xaverian lacrosse team

Bay Ridge resident Charles Zale served in both World War II and the Korean War and is still finding ways to be of service to others. A small gesture he recently made has had a large impact on a local high school. … Full Article

Brooklyn College rules the boards

Perhaps Lionel Hollins should consult fellow first-year head coach Rich Micallef on how to get his Brooklyn squad to hit the boards. … Full Article

South Shore misses chance to beat Francis Lewis in hoops finals rematch

The South Shore girls basketball team was hoping to send a message by defeating Francis Lewis in a rematch of last season’s Public School Athletic League city finals game. … Full Article

Led by Luis Rodriguez, Lincoln wins back-to-back city titles

Luis Rodriguez will forever go down as a high school football legend in Coney Island after leading the Lincoln Railsplitters to back-to-back championships. … Full Article

Blackbirds break through in Maine

Down by four points at the half and facing the grim prospect of a seventh straight loss to open the season, the LIU-Brooklyn Blackbirds discovered that the best way to get their struggling offense on track was to tighten up their defense. … Full Article

Golf prodigy to compete in national tournament

A promising young golfer who learned how to play the sport at the CityParks Junior Golf Center in Dyker Heights is set to compete in his first major tournament later this month. … Full Article

St. Joseph’s College finally opens new arena in Fort Greene

After many years of planning, delays and construction, St. Joseph's College officially opened the Hill Center, a brand new gym and basketball arena, on Vanderbilt Avenue in Fort Greene where the women’s basketball team lost 84-72 to Old Westbury Saturday night. … Full Article

Lincoln, Erasmus Hall experienced bumpy roads to Yankee Stadium

Since the Public School Athletic League moved its city championship to Yankee Stadium five years ago, either Lincoln or Erasmus Hall has made an appearance every season. This year both teams will be there facing off against each other — just as they did in 2011.   … Full Article
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