Bay News & Brooklyn Graphic

Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010

Bay News

Sacked in Troy! Cyclones lose Game 1 of championship series

TROY, NY — The Brooklyn Cyclones dropped the first game of the New York–Penn League championship series in punchless fashion last night to the hometown Tri-City Valley Cats, 5–2, sending the best-of-three series back to Brooklyn, where the Cyclones were 32-8 this season. Comment.
Bay News

<b>CYCLONES WIN!</b> League championship series begins on Saturday night

Bring on the Valley Cats! Comment.
Bay News

Cyclones tie playoff series with heroic come-from-behind win

The Cyclones repeatedly staved off defeat to win a do-or-die playoff game against the Jamestown Jammers on Wednesday night, tying their first-round series at one game apiece with the rubber game tonight at MCU Park. Comment.

Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010

Bay News

Game 1 disaster! Cyclones lose to Jammers

A furious comeback by the Brooklyn Cyclones was rebuffed by the Jamestown Jammers, who scored in the bottom of the eighth to take Game 1 of the first round of the New York–Penn League playoffs on Tuesday night in quiet upstate New York. Comment.
Bay News

Brooklyn Kickball — Your playoff guide

The hot, grinding regular season is over — and it is finally time for playoff kickball. Comment.
Bay News

Church balls ring as kickball league raises big bucks while destroying own integrity

Several kickball teams lost on Sunday — but the one big winner was the Greenpoint Reformed Soup Kitchen. Comment.
Bay News

Anger mom attacks ACS worker

No ACS angel Comment.

Monday, Sept. 13, 2010

Bay News

Mail-strom

It’s a mail-strom! Comment.
Bay News

When football was played in New York

Before football was kidnapped to Jersey in the ’70s, the slap of the pigskin on hand or on pavement resounded in all five boroughs: in our parks, in our streets, and on our school fields. Comment.

Bay News archive

Links

CNG: Community Newspaper Group