Canarsie Football Set To Face Tough Competition In 2016


By Jerry Del Priore Last week, the Public School Athletic League (PSAL) released its 2016 varsity football schedule, and it looks as if Canarsie High School will be facing a difficult road ahead. However, head coach Kyle Allen isn’t overly concerned with the competition. “There are three powerhouses in the PSAL, with Curtis,Lincoln and EHall … Continue reading Canarsie Football Set To Face Tough Competition In 2016

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Spirit Of Life Holds 15th Annual Walkathon In Bergen Beach


Jerry Del Priore On a beautiful, sun-kissed Saturday afternoon, family, friends and people from all over Bergen Beach and beyond gathered to celebrate the memory of Tommy Meo Jr. at the 15th Annual Spirit of Life Walkathon at Joseph T. McGuire Park in Bergen Beach. Tommy was a 12-year-old boy who was tragically killed in … Continue reading Spirit Of Life Holds 15th Annual Walkathon In Bergen Beach

NYU Tandon School of Engineering Student Helps Build Bridge to Success


Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn native Nathaniel Evelkin co-captained a team of engineering students at NYU Tandon School of Engineering that qualified for a national competition after taking home first place in three categories of a model steel bridge contest during the regional finals on Saturday, April 9th at the City College of New York. Evelkin and … Continue reading NYU Tandon School of Engineering Student Helps Build Bridge to Success

Canarsie Baseball Opens Season With Lopsided Win And Comeback Tie


By Jerry Del Priore The Chiefs kicked off the season with a successful 1-0-1 week, with a five-inning, 12-0 mercy victory over George Westinghouse Tuesday at Canarsie/Seaview Park. Then, in an uneven performance against FDR last week, Canarsie managed to come from behind, and leave Six Diamonds Field with a 9-9 tie to open their … Continue reading Canarsie Baseball Opens Season With Lopsided Win And Comeback Tie