Friday, June 19, 2009


Deep pitching leads Fordham Prep to CHSAA title

On a blustery March afternoon on the campus of Fordham University in the Bronx, Fordham Prep coach Steve Pettus boldly touted his pitching staff as the deepest in the CHSAA. Read more…

Pelham Bay Belles Girls Softball League

On the weekend of June 20 and 21, the Pelham Bay Belles Girls Softball Tournament teams and families will travel to Sparta, NJ to participate in the annual Sparta Schools Out Tournament with teams from our 8u, 10u, 12u and14u Divisions. Read more…

Hall Of Famer Goose Gossage Spotted At AT&T

One of the all-time great Yankee pitchers visited Bruckner Plaza’s new AT&T Mobility wireless store to sign autographs for fans and meet with Bronxites. Read more…

Monroe’s fast start backfires

Monroe made Norman Thomas ace Mariel Checo look hittable and human in the first inning. The Eagles collected three hits and scored twice to take an immediate lead. Read more…

Wednesday, June 17, 2009


As momentum shifts, Fordham Prep is the underdog

The Fordham Prep crowd was on its feet and the Rams’ bench was empty, the team greeting Jack Giannini at home plate. No. 9 hitter Dan Turner had just driven him in, giving the Bronx school the lead. Read more…

TN Thunder heads to the WBA playoffs

The Throgs Neck Thunder (TNT) completed their spring season in the Westchester Baseball Association (WBA) with a sweep of a doubleheader against Richards on Sunday, June 7. Read more…

Fountain breaks meet record and PRs in the 200-meter run

Whitney Fountain was late to the start, but arrived earlier than usual to the finish. The Christopher Columbus junior ran a blazing time of 23.94 in the trials and was slow getting to the other side of the track for the finals. Read more…

Bloop, double play seal Stevenson loss

The Adlai Stevenson softball team was loud and alive, every member up and cheering. New Dorp had just scored twice in the top of the six to take a one-run lead, but Stevenson was threatening in the bottom of the inning. Read more…

Scanlan basketball team moves to ‘A’ division

The Monsignor Scanlan boys’ basketball team went on a miraculous playoff run in March, culminating with a loss to Blessed Sacrament in the CHSAA Class B title game at Mount St. Michael. Read more…

One mistake dooms St. Raymond’s

For Ron Patnosh, it wasn’t too soon to start second guessing himself. Read more…

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