July 29, 2005 RSS feed / Sports

Thunder, Lightning Strike Down on RBVL Beachgoers

There were dark skies, but the teams showed up to play. The rain came, but the teams hung out and were ready to play. The lightening started to strike, many times, so the games were called. More...

St. Francis Classic Warms Up Basketball Courts

The weather has been heating up and so has the action at the St. Francis Summer Classic. This year More...

Rockaway Little League Names McCabe MVP

The Rockaway Little League announced Chris McCabe as the first annual league wide most valuable player. McCabe, who is pictured holding a poster of the Yankees More...

Harbor Optics Win Little League Majors

Harbor Optics won this year More...

Duddy’s Victory Gives Notice To Boxing World

Every fight for middleweight boxing contender John Duddy is a new experience. The Derry County, Ireland born fighter who trains at the Irish Ropes Boxing Club in Arverne took his act on the road to Chicago last Friday night. More...

Rockaway Little League Names McCabe MVP

The Rockaway Little League announced Chris McCabe as the first annual league wide most valuable player. McCabe, who is pictured holding a poster of the Yankees More...

NHL Needs More Than Agreement To Court Jilted Fans

After posturing, bickering and finally simply not speaking, the NHL has ended it More...

Councilman Scores a Slam-Dunk for Far Rockaway Youths

The second annual Quentin B. Johnson memorial basketball tournament was off to a resounding success due to the generous support of Councilman James Sanders Jr and Julia Blair of Women and Children Family Enterprises Inc. More...

2005 Cyclones Begin To Put The Pieces Together

1955 holds a special place for the former Brooklyn Dodgers. It More...

Youth Is Served As Young Fisheads Defeat Seniors

Shilelagh Law performed at the Irish Festival after the game.

The Rockaway Junior Fishead More...

World Champions Get Deserved Recognition

The 2005 All National Karate Championships was an overwhelming success for the World Champions Karate team of Rockaway. The 4000 athletes came from every state, Puerto Rico, and several other countries. The world champions More...

Local To Compete In Empire State Games

Seventeen-year-old Sharif Soliman, born and raised in Rockaway Beach and Broad Channel, was selected to be an assistant to New York City ice hockey head coach Craig Doremus in the Empire State Games in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. on July 27, 2005. More...

Dodgers 50th Anniversary Brings Focus To Brooklyn

With so many books on the Brooklyn Dodgers, there has never been one on their ultimate victory. More...

2005 Cyclones Begin To Put The Pieces Together

1955 holds a special place for the former Brooklyn Dodgers. It More...

Youth Is Served As Young Fisheads Defeat Seniors

Shilelagh Law performed at the Irish Festival after the game.

The Rockaway Junior Fishead More...

Harbor Optics Win Little League Majors

Harbor Optics won this year More...

Sorrentino Recreation Center Little League Baseball

The Sorrentino Recreation Center/ HealthPlus/ City of New York Parks & Recreation/ Police Athletic League baseball season continued another week of exciting little league action. The 9 More...

Big Apple Games Ongoing At FRHS

Far Rockaway High School will once again host the 2005 Big Apple Games, which are open for all boys and girls from 13 to 19 years old. The festivities start on Tuesday, July 5 at 821 Bay 25 Street. More...


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