Scholastic and Amateur

It’s one thing to be thought of as the best team in your entire league, coming off back-to-back Northeast Conference championships for the first time in the history of the program, and heavil … Full Article

Brooklyn Rugby men & women take third at Tri-State tournament

The Brooklyn Rugby men and women competed in the Tri-State Sevens Tournament in Danbury, Connecticut this past weekend, the second leg of the 2015 Empire GU Sevens Series, both finishing in third place. … Full Article

Bishop Kearney HS dinner celebrates student athletes

Student athletes were the stars of the night at Bishop Kearney High School’s Annual Sports Awards Dinner, as parents, coaches and members of the school’s administration came together to congratulate all those who took part in the sports activities this year. … Full Article

SFC’s Simpson going international

Eilidh Simpson has already helped to make history once this year. … Full Article

No Yankee Stadium trip for Brooklyn’s baseball teams

There will be no trip to Yankee Stadium for any of Brooklyn's public school baseball teams, as Madison High School was eliminated in the semifinals by Tottenville when it dropped a three-game series 1-2 over the weekend. … Full Article

Packer Pelicans beat the unbeatable for ACIS volleyball title

Sixteen had taken on the challenge, and 16 had failed. … Full Article

Bay Ridge Prep baseball goes back-to-back

Stellar pitching by Jacob Bassil, clutch defense from John Walsh and Brandon Warnock and timely hitting and base-running by Gabriel Bassil and Max Poret kept the Private School Athletic Association varsity baseball championship in the hands of the Bay Ridge Prep Tigers for a second consecutive se … Full Article

Orkis Named CUNYAC’s top student-athlete

Senior Yuliya Orkis capped a spectacular four-year run as the best tennis player in the City University of New York Athletic Conference by becoming the first-ever Brooklyn College Bulldog to be named the league’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year last week. … Full Article

Xaverian beats Madison in Catholic vs. public school showdown

In a showdown between Brooklyn’s top Catholic and public school teams, the Catholic school team came out on top as the Xaverian Clippers beat the Madison Knights 3-2 in Bay Ridge on Monday. … Full Article

Blackbirds put their faith in Oliver

It’s been 15 long years since LIU-Brooklyn sent its women’s basketball team to the NCAA Tournament for its first, and thus far only, March Madness appearance. The Downtown school’s athletic director is banking on Stephanie Oliver ending that drought in the not-too-distant future. … Full Article

Better to be lucky than good for Madison High School

Madison High School coach Vincent Caiazza knew that he had a young team this year and didn't expect a whole lot, but as the Public School Athletic League has wrapped up its regular season, the Knights have the best record of all of Brooklyn’s AAA public schools. They’ll represent the No. … Full Article


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