October 27, 2006 RSS feed / Sports

Knicks Try To Shoot Down Negative Talk

NEW YORK -It is still difficult to determine how good these Knicks are right now. Of the three victories entering Tuesday night, they had beaten the New Jersey Nets, without Vince Carter and Jason Kidd, and the Boston Celtics without Paul Pierce. More...

Sorrentino Presents Saturday Flag Football Title Games

Due to a postponement last weekend, the Sorrentino/PAL/NFL/Parks and Recreation Flag Football League will hold their flag football championship and consolation games this Saturday at O' Donohue Park on Beach 17 Street. More...

SFDS CYO Bantam Girls Get Off To Winning Start

The Bantam girls had to wait a week to start their season but quickly caught up with two wins this weekend. Taylor Butigian scored 7 and Lynn Rayder 6 as they edged St. Thomas More 21-20. More...

Fonbonne Volleyball Bonnies Hold Firm In First

As we enter the last week of the regular season, the Fontbonne Varsity and JV Volleyball teams will gear up for what they hope will be an extended playoff run. More...

Rockaway Ravens Program Heads to Football Playoffs

The Rockaway Ravens Football Program would like to invite the community to watch these successful players compete in the playoff this weekend. More...

Peanut Shamrocks Battle to Draw Against Oyster Bay

The BCAC Peanut Shamrocks played their last regular season Home game against the Oyster Bay Roughriders. The game started with the Shamrocks defense being challenged early. More...

St.Camillus Volleyball Tryouts

Tryouts for the St. Camillus CYO Girls Volleyball teams will take place in the St. Camillus gym on Sunday 10/29. More...

New Lapchick Book Remembers A Pioneer Figure

Joe Lapchick was one of the most important basketball figures that New York City has ever produced. More...

A Winning H.S. Girls Tennis Program Continues To Bloom

The sports world does not throw out the term dynasty lightly. Professional teams like the New York Yankees, Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Celtics have been celebrated for their winning traditions in years past. More...

Rangers Swoon May Cause Renney To Ax Defensemen

NEW YORK - Something needs to be done. The Garden faithful knows it; the Rangers know it and Tom Renney will decide it. More...

High School Roundup: Dolphins Seal Division Soccer Title

Beach Channel boys soccer coach Dominic Stanco was expecting to celebrate his second consecutive PSAL "B" Division I championship on Tuesday, October 24 with a victory over Queens High School for Teaching. More...

Fisheads One Win From Clinching Rugby Play-Off At Home

In one of the more phenomenal turnarounds in recent New York Rugby history, the "left for dead" Rockaway Fisheads have come nearly all the way back from oblivion. More...

Deuces Are Wild For St.Francis de Sales Soccer

It was another great week for St. Francis soccer features two pairs of victories by our younger girls' teams. More...

SFDS CYO Cross Country Kicks OffAt Alley Pond

The CYO cross-country season finally kicked off for the St. Francis de Sales runners on October 23rd with the Developmental Half-Mile races at Alley Pond Park. More...

BCAC Shamrock Football Midgets Shock Seaford

The BCAC Shamrock Midgets started their crucial game against Seaford with their offense driving down the field. Outstanding blocks by Tom Kelly and Mike Abrams sprung RB Ed Hoff to gain 31 first quarter yards. More...


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