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Three Catholic high schools in the archdiocese—Cardinal Hayes, Msgr. Farrell and La Salle Academy—captured Catholic boys basketball state championships at Fordham University and are headed to the … more
The College of New Rochelle will be adding women’s soccer, men’s cross country and baseball intercollegiate programs for the 2017-2018 school year. The college, which welcomed men to its … more
Mount St. Michael Academy is entering the CHSAA AA Division Intersectional playoffs with momentum after winning the archdiocesan basketball championship with a 73-69 victory over Archbishop … more
Jordan Gaitley is continuing a family basketball tradition. The Fordham Prep senior averaged 20.9 points in 24 regular-season games, earning CHSAA A Division most valuable player in a vote of league … more
David Palladino earned his 150th victory as varsity girls’ basketball coach at Loyola School in Manhattan with a 69-42 win over Columbia Prep Jan. 27. more
Coming off a historic season, the Iona College women’s basketball team is looking to continue its championship run with a different identity. The Gaels have won six of their last eight games and … more
Dean Zenie speaks with enthusiasm about his young wrestlers and the future of the College of Mount St. Vincent program. The second-year coach has guided the Dolphins to a 3-3 start this season, … more
Four players from the archdiocese received player of the year honors when the Catholic High School Football League announced its 2016 award winners. Christian Anderson was named the Class AAA … more
Cardinal Hayes High School of the Bronx claimed its first Catholic High School Football League Class AAA championship with a 41-39 victory over two-time defending champ Archbishop Stepinac High … more
Dominque Dawes loves her new roles in life since becoming the United States’ first Olympic gymnast to win medals at three Olympics. Ms. Dawes received a Pierre Toussaint Medallion with M. Roger … more
On his "Conversation With the Cardinal" show on The Catholic Channel, Cardinal Dolan picked the Cleveland Indians to win the World Series. more
Pat LaFontaine is best known for scoring 468 goals in 15 seasons for three New York hockey teams, and he says his Hall of Fame career also prepared him for life after … more
Bernard Witek took the word vacation out of his summer off from school. The resident of Rego Park, Queens, interned at Madison Global Partners in Manhattan, and then took a train and bus from his … more
Pedro Bravo claimed a first- and second-place finish to lead CYO New York at the 2016 National AAU Club Championships in Orlando, Fla., July 10-16. Bravo of Iona Prep Lower School in New Rochelle … more
Sophia Vessecchia is ready for Broadway after being an instant success in front of her biggest crowd. The 13-year-old from St. Patrick’s School in Yorktown Heights sang “God Bless America” … more
The Staten Island boys and girls cruised by their respective competition to capture the archdiocesan CYO Track and Field Championships at St. Joseph by-the-Sea High School on Staten Island on June … more
Four former baseball players at Catholic high schools in the archdiocese were selected in the Major League Baseball Draft on June 9-11. Stephen Alemais was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the … more
Michael Gorman singled home the winning run as the Iona Preparatory School baseball team defeated Msgr. Farrell, 5-4, in nine innings to capture the CHSAA AA City Championship at St. John’s … more
Former New York Mets star Rusty Staub is thankful each Sunday he attends Mass and asks what else he can do even though he’s already a significant difference-maker off the field. Staub received … more
Longtime Dodgers announcer Vin Scully is the recipient of the 2016 Gabriel Award from the Catholic Academy Communication Professionals at the Catholic Media Conference in St. Louis on June 2. more
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