Friday, Oct. 17, 2008


AFC Rapid Soccer

The “Curse of the Shadow” hit AFC Rapid in week five so due rain we were only able to play on Saturday, 10/4. The highlights for those games are as follows. Read more…

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Knights defeat Campus Magnet

Neither coach was pleased with how his team played. And neither coach was really happy with the outcome in John F. Kennedy’s 20-18, double-overtime victory against Campus Magnet on Saturday afternoon in Cambria Heights. Read more…

Monroe soccer squad still faces challenges

The James Monroe boys’ soccer program hasn’t had much more than bad luck the past few years. Read more…

Pelham Bay Bandits continue great play

The Pelham Bay Bandits, the 11-u A-division travel team has continued their winning ways. Read more…

Xavier trounces visiting Hayes 86-42

Wild, high-scoring games have become the norm for Xavier, but this one may have reached a new level of absurdity. Read more…

Mountaineers’ Coon takes on Holy Cross

Having coached football at Mount St. Michael for a quarter century, Mario Valentini has a pretty good handle on what is needed to win in the CHSFL. Read more…

AFC Rapid Soccer: Week 4

The last game in September was played, and there have been no cancellations due to the weather. (I hope I haven’t jinxed us.) Here are the highlights. Read more…

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Zodiacs ready for the big test

Zodiacs’ Cross Country Team is ready for their big test on Sunday, October 11, the MAC Championship at Van Cortlandt Park. The top youth cross country runners of New York, will be competing in this event. The children has been training hard at Van Cortlandt Park and are expected to do well. Read more…

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