Scholastic and Amateur

While standing on the sidelines at Yankee Stadium watching quarterback Javon Moore lead Lincoln High School to a championship last season, Paul Litvak thought to himself that he would have th … Full Article

BFS Bests calhoun for volleyball title

The first full year of Private School Athletic Association participation by the boys’ varsity volleyball program at the Brooklyn Friends School will be a difficult one to top. … Full Article

Bay Ridge Prep baseball caps perfect season at MCU

It wasn’t just the Private School Athletic Association Division II title on the line for the Bay Ridge Prep varsity baseball team Tuesday afternoon at sunny MCU Park. It was absolute perfection at stake as well. … Full Article

Telecom ends Madison’s perfect season with 3-2 victory

It was the middle of winter, softball was still a few months away, and a snowstorm cancelled school for Telecommunication Arts & Technology. … Full Article

The 'Pride' of Pearl Street- Friends' volleyball nearly unbeatable

Normally, an upstart program takes a while to get rolling. A year or two, maybe even three seasons before a team can establish some chemistry or a winning mentality. … Full Article

Xaverian baseball goes from rebuilding squad to championship contender in one season

Thou shalt not steal. Xaverian’s Robert Amato had all of his pitches working, his fastball, curve and changeup, but what helped him out more than anything was his pickoff move.  … Full Article

Flag Football: Goldstein’s Purple Swarm beats Fort Hamilton to stay undefeated

Leon Goldstein High School is technically named the Dolphins, but its girls flag football team prefers to go by another name — the Purple Swarm. … Full Article

Grand Street baseball bounces back from ugly loss

Message sent, but will it be received? … Full Article

North Carolina, Kentucky, UCLA, Ohio State coming to Barclays in 2015

Barclays Center will host the new college basketball showcase, “CBS Sports Classic,” on December 19, 2015. … Full Article

Poly Prep’s Morgan Gray pitches through back pain to beat Berkeley Carroll

Poly Prep's ace starter Morgan Gray hadn't pitched in nearly a month with a back injury, but there was no way he was going to miss a game against Berkeley Carroll, Poly's biggest rival. … Full Article

Cuas pitches Grand Street to its biggest win of the year

Having homered once already that day, Juan Rodriguez stepped up to the plate with the bases loaded in the top of the fifth to try to extend Telecomm's 4-3 lead when Grand Street Campus made the decision to remove starting pitcher Emanuel Castellano from the game. … Full Article
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