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Vin Scully grew up in New York playing stickball in the street, walking to the Polo Grounds to see his beloved New York Giants and hoping to one day become a broadcaster. The Fordham University … more
Thomas Hackimer credits a knee injury with stimulating his baseball career to potentially become a high pick in next month’s Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. The St. John’s … more
Manhattan College officials revisited the school’s athletic history in naming Marianne Reilly as director of intercollegiate athletics on March 30. Ms. Reilly, a 1982 graduate of Manhattan, is … more
Mount St. Mary College is enjoying its best season in program history, and the players and coaches believe it can get even better. The Knights were 9-2 overall entering their non-conference … more
The Archdiocese of New York crowned eight CYO cheerleading champions at the College of Staten Island on March 19. Eleven parishes were represented, with Our Lady of Assumption in the Bronx the … more
The Archdiocese of New York crowned eight CYO cheerleading champions at the College of Staten Island on March 19. Eleven parishes were represented, with Our Lady of Assumption in the Bronx the … more
Marylee Mitchell scored 15 points as the eighth-graders from St. Teresa Red, Staten Island, defeated St. Augustine Green, New City, 38-27, in one of six Catholic Youth Organization archdiocesan … more
Msgr. Farrell and Salesian high schools will be playing for CHSAA state championships after winning their respective New York City CHSAA titles March 4 at Fordham University. more
John Tumminia just completed one mission and is preparing for two more. But there is baseball equipment to collect, money to be raised and his work as a scout in his 30th season with the Chicago … more
Cardinal Hayes High School begins play later this weekend in the CHSAA Class AA Intersectional Playoffs after beating its Bronx rival, St. Raymond’s High School, 60-53, for the archdiocesan boys’ basketball championship on Feb. 27. more
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