Friday, May 30, 2008


Bronx upsets change baseball playoff landscape

There will indeed be a brand new champion at this year’s PSAL baseball playoff finals on Friday, June 6, at Shea Stadium, as two perennial favorites were ousted in only the second round.  Read more…

No surprises

With the shocking eliminations of last year’s championship round opponents, the Monroe Eagles and Tottenville Pirates, the field is wide open for the #3 seeded Lehman Lions to take the PSAL A Division baseball championship.  Read more…

Kennedy Knights silence critics

Rumors of Kennedy’s demise have been greatly exaggerated.  Read more…

Clinton survives early deficit

The Lady Governors kept their hopes alive in the PSAL girls’ softball tournament last week with a come-from-behind 9-3 victory over Abraham Lincoln High School.  Read more…

Loss to Moore Catholic ends Preston’s run

Moore Catholic’s 8-1 win over Preston High School in the second round of the CHSAA softball playoffs did nothing to erase an amazing Panthers run this season.  Read more…

Bronxites enter 31st annual arm wrestling contest

Bronxites, like Pelham Bay’s own Jason Hall, will have an opportunity to test their muscle once more when the New York Arm Wrestling Association hosts its 31st Annual New York City Big Apple Grapple Pro International Arm Wrestling Championship on Sunday, June 22, at the Jacob Javits Center.  Read more…

Bronx schools honored by Academics in Motion

There is a difference between an athlete and a student athlete.  Read more…

Knowing the Score

Bob Connolly can sure take a joke.  In last week’s Pipe Dreams, Connolly printed a humorous tale about how a young boy in foster care chose the Yankees over his parents, because as he put it, “The Yankees don’t beat anyone.”  Well, Bob, I have to admit; the Mets don’t beat anyone either...other than the thorough beatings we delivered to the Yankees. Read more…

Pipe Dreams: The Director’s Cut

It might be just me, but I think that…  Read more…
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