Sports

Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015

Joe Knows

Freshmen duo big reason for Lincoln’s success

There were concerns about Abraham Lincoln when the season started. How would a new coach and the first roster in nearly a decade without a highly ranked college recruit fare after losing so much star power? Comment.

Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015

High School Sports

Bedford falls to Springfield Gardens in clash of Class A heavyweights

Bedford Academy missed an opportunity to show it was the top Class A team in the Public School Athletic League. Comment.

Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015

High School Sports

Big effort from Moore not enough for Midwood

Jai Moore has all the skills to be one of the city’s best girls’ basketball guards, and she put that fully on display in Midwood’s hard-fought 54–48 home loss to defending Public School Athletic League Class AA city champion Francis Lewis last Friday night. Comment.
Coney Island

Cosmos bringing pro soccer to MCU Park this spring

Professional soccer is coming to Brooklyn — at least for one night. Comment.
Borough-wide

Late jumper spoils historic night for Terriers’ Jones

The St. Francis College men’s basketball team was far from lucky on a record-breaking night for point guard Brent Jones. Comment.

Friday, Jan. 23, 2015

High School Sports

Greenpoint’s Atson making most of South Kent move

Travis Atson’s got what he wanted from his move to South Kent. Comment.

Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015

Joe Knows

Change for Nets should go beyond owner’s box

The Nets need to move on. Comment.

Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015

Borough-wide

Hooper’s buzzer beater gives Terriers thrilling win

Chris Hooper was falling down along the baseline as he let the ball go with the buzzer sounding — but the last-gasp attempt by the St. Francis Brooklyn junior forward found nothing but net. Comment.
High School Sports

Tired Lincoln shakes off sluggish first half to beat Hayes

The Lincoln boys’ basketball team was understandably tired when it hit the court against Cardinal Hayes on Monday less than 24 hours after a hard-fought victory down in Washington D.C. But after two quarters of sluggish play, Railsplitters coach Kenny Pretlow appealed to his players at the half. Comment.
High School Sports

Xaverian’s winning streak snapped by buzzer beater

Red hot Xaverian was going for its 10th-straight victory last Friday night, but poor free-throw shooting brought the winning streak to an end. Comment.
High School Sports

Nazareth left frustrated after loss to Murry Bergtraum

The Lady Kingsmen had a chance to end the long weekend with a much-needed win, but blew a double-digit lead against Murry Bergtraum. Comment.

Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015

High School Sports

St. Edmund alone in first after rout of Kearney

St. Edmund has been on the cusp of being one of the elite team in its division in recent years. It has now officially made it. Comment.

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