2002-08-31 / Sports

Sports What’s Happening

Sports What’s Happening

Keyspan Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones, will host two upcoming events in September. On September 19 at 7 p.m., the Heroes All Boxing Event, which features FDNY vs. NYPD will take place. Tickets are priced at $25, $30, $40 and $50. Proceeds go to charities such as the NYPD and FDNY Widows and Children Fund, New York Police Athletic League Boxing Program and others. Call 718-449-8497 for more information.

On September 20, beginning at 4 p.m., there will be a softball game featuring the Fire Marshall’s vs. NYPD Brooklyn South. At 6:45 p.m., the FDNY and NYPD will face off in a baseball game. Tickets are $10 and available at the Keyspan Park Box Office on 1904 Surf Avenue or call Scott Miller at 646-431-5675. For further information you can log on to www.nyfiredup.com

The New York Sharks Women’s Professional Football team will host the Sharon Pascale one-day mini camp on September 28 at Cow Meadow Park in Freeport, New York. Sharks’ players and coaches will teach skills in football, basketball, soccer and softball. The fee is $35 (pre-register before September 10 will be only $25). Fore more details and information, call Crystal Turpin, General Manager at 646-552-5798.

The NBA Hoop-It-Up Tour will return to Water Street in lower Manhattan on September 21-22 for the 10th anniversary of the event. Presented by the New York Knicks, NBA Hoop-It-Up offers fair and competitive basketball 3-on-3 action to players 8 years old and above of all skill levels.

Divisions range from recreational to Top Gun (college experience or better) including kids, teens and players over the age of 35. Players must form teams of up to five members (include substitutes) and register by Wednesday, September 11. Teams can register online at nbahoopitup.com, visit an area Foot Locker store to pick up a discounted entry, or call 201-612-3261 for more information.


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