August 1, 2003 RSS feed / Sports

Gary "The Kid" Carter Is Alright In Cooperstown

Baseball Columnist

Gary Carter was the king of the curtain call on those swaggering, world-beating 1986 Mets; thrilling the customers at Shea Stadium and infuriating New York More...

Papa’s Pizza Wins RLL Minor League Championship

In a hard fought game, Papa More...

Blue Jays Baseball Tryouts

The Blue Jays Baseball Organization will be holding tournaments near the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown for summer teams ages 13-18 on selected dates from August 3rd to August 12th, 2003. More...

Belle Harbor’s Duggan Named All-State Player

Belle Harbor resident Dawn Duggan was named a 2003 All-State softball pitcher by the New York State Sportswriters Association. She was 1 of 2 softball players from the New York City Public School Athletic League to be so honored. More...

McKenna Breaks Baseball Barrier, Earns Honors

This season in the Jamaica Bay Little league, Megan McKenna broke the gender barrier this year being the only girl to play in the all-boys baseball league. More...

Playoffs Loom Large For Beach Volleyball League

After brutal weather hammered the RBVL opening weeks, the worm has turned. Another spectacular night at Riis Park led to terrific games and exciting finishes. More...

What’s Happening In Rockaway Sports

Rockaway Grizzlies Practice

The Rockaway Grizzlies semi-pro football team will continue to practice at Beach Channel High School at 100-00 Beach Channel Drive every Saturday and Sunday. The time of practice will be at 11 a.m. Player and coaching positions are still available. More...

NYC Police Athletic League Starts Tennis

The Police Athletic League (PAL) has for the first time in NYC/PAL history initiated a tennis program at Bayswater Park. Tennis lessons are free of charge to all youth ages 6-19 years old every Saturday from 8 a.m. More...


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