October 2, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

BCHS Wins, Far Rockaway Bounces Back To Victory

Beach Channel may have soundly defeated Jamaica, 30-0, last Saturday at home, but don't think for a minute that coach Victor Nazario is entirely pleased at the result. More...

St. Camillus /St. Virgilius Basketball Registration

Registration for the St. Camillus/St. Virgilius Community Basketball programs will take place in the St. Camillus rectory basement on Sunday, October 4 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. It will also take place on Wednesday, October 7 from 7:00 p.m. More...

Victory Gets Rockaway Rugby Back On Track

The Rockaway Rugby Fisheads came out last Saturday with something to prove. Right from the start of things Rockaway was looking to send a message to the rest of the league that last week's loss was a fluke. More...

Monahan Tournament Congratulates All For Successful Day

On Saturday, September 26, the 10th Annual John J. Monahan Softball Tournament was held in Broad Channel with all proceeds going to the BCAC. The tournament was a great success, with nine teams showing up ready to play ball. More...

Pro Spotlight: Confidence, Swagger Leads to Jets Victories

East Rutherford, N.J.- New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan believes his team should be ranked as one of the best in the league. But the Titans visit to the Meadowlands last Sunday posed a different type of test. More...

Riis Park Basketball Tournament Honors A-Team

On Thursday, September 15, the firefighters of Engine 257, Ladder 170 and Battalion 58, "Canarsie's Bravest" hosted the 8th Annual "A-Team" Memo rial 3-on-3 Basketball Tourna - ment at Riis Park, Gateway National Recreation Area. More...

BCAC Green Shamrock Pee Wees Battle Valley Stream

The BCAC Shamrock Green Pee Wee football team was on the road for a second straight week as they took on the Valley Stream Hornets. It was football weather for the Shamrocks as it rained heavily from start to finish. More...

High School Roundup: Peninsula Volleyball Teams Take Shape

Scholars Academy (2-1) came back after losing the first set to Campus Magnet to win on Tuesday afternoon, 18-25, 25-18, 15-10. Scholars began as a middle school five years ago and the high school is currently in their third year. More...

Dart League Rocks Peninsula

The Peninsula Dart League features 16 teams that compete in a weekly competition to see who will be crowned the champions of Rockaway. More...

Weekend Double Dutch

The Sorrentino Recreation Center will be the host this Saturday for the Back To School Double Dutch Tournament. The tournament will feature singles and doubles teams as they compete in divisions from the third grade through high school. More...

In Week 3, Fourth - and Fifth-Graders Soar For St. Francis CYO Soccer

Four of St. Francis' fourth- and fifthgrade teams posted three four-goal wins and one blowout to highlight another good weekend of soccer. The Fourth-Grade Girls ventured to the bridge and returned victorious in a 4-0 defeat of OLBS. More...

White Shamrocks Shut Out Black Knights In The Rain

The BCAC Pee Wee White Sham - rocks came to play early Sunday morning, although Mother Nature tried her best to postpone the game at the Broad Channel Memorial Field. More...

BCAC Hang Tough In Loss To Visiting Glen Cove

The BCAC Midget Shamrocks battled tough in a defensive battle in their home opener before losing 12-0 to Glen Cove. More...

Age Nothing But A Number In The Martial Arts

Curtis Lampkins Jr. (50 years old), Luis Rojas Sr. (33 years old) and Ashael Malloy (58 years old) are students of Amethyst School of Martial Arts in Far Rockaway who have successfully completed an intense twoday Black Belt examination. More...


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