Former Canarsie Chief Football Star Accepts Division II LIU Post Offer


By Jerry Del Priore Kamari Jones-Hunter and his mother, Nicole, agonized over the numerous college offers he had garnered over the past few months. The five-eleven, 265-pound nose tackle enjoyed a successful run at Monroe College in New Rochelle, a football program that plays in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). But it came … Continue reading Former Canarsie Chief Football Star Accepts Division II LIU Post Offer

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Sports Lifestyle Expert Daina Falk Increases Game Day Fan Experience Through Cookbook, Brand


By Jerry Del Priore Daina Falk has been immersed in sports practically her whole life. It was commonplace for her to attend sporting events and be around professional athletes, as her father, David, is a pioneering and renowned sports agent, representing athletes the likes of former New York Knick great Patrick Ewing. So, it wasn’t … Continue reading Sports Lifestyle Expert Daina Falk Increases Game Day Fan Experience Through Cookbook, Brand

Should Trevor Hoffman Get the Call to the Hall?


By Jerry Del Priore On Wednesday, at 6:00 p.m. ET, Major League Baseball will announce its 2017 Hall of Fame class. One name creating a measure of HOF consideration, and speculation, is former All-Star closer Trevor Hoffman, who is on the ballot for the second year (he received 296 votes, 67.3 percent of the casted … Continue reading Should Trevor Hoffman Get the Call to the Hall?

Lady Gators Bite Back to Finish Strong in Msgr. King Basketball Tournament


By Jerry Del Priore After losing to Fontbonne Hall Saturday, Lab Museum United rebounded and easily beat Port Richmond Sunday and The Scholars’ Academy Monday at the 48th annual Msgr. King Basketball Tournament at St. Thomas Aquinas Gym in Brooklyn. The Lady Gators (12-0, 16-2) made short work of the Seawolves, routing them, 82-61, in … Continue reading Lady Gators Bite Back to Finish Strong in Msgr. King Basketball Tournament

Lab Museum’s Second Half Collapse Leads to Defeat to Fontbonne Hall at Msgr. King Hoops Tournament


By Jerry Del Priore The Lady Gators fared well in the first half, in which their determined effort helped them take a 28-27 lead into the locker room against Fontbonne Hall. But Lab Museum United (12-0, 14-2) failed to sustain any type of momentum in the second half, losing, 63-55, to the Bonnies Saturday in … Continue reading Lab Museum’s Second Half Collapse Leads to Defeat to Fontbonne Hall at Msgr. King Hoops Tournament

College Basketball Recruiting Heats Up for Lab Museum’s Rianne John


College Basketball Recruiting Heats Up for Lab Museum’s Rianne John By Jerry Del Priore Richard John wanted his daughter, Rianne, to participate in some type of sport as a freshman at Lab Museum United High School in Chelsea, Manhattan. “When she came into high school, I told her I wanted her to get into a … Continue reading College Basketball Recruiting Heats Up for Lab Museum’s Rianne John

South Shore Lady Vikings Continue Its Hoops Dominance With Convincing Win Over Wagner


By Jerry Del Priore After routing Wagner, 67-41, at Midwood High School last week, South Shore looks prime for a trip to Madison Square Garden in March for a chance at a three-peat PSAL girls basketball championship.  South Shore (3-0, 7-2) established early dominance, dribbling out to a commanding 23-10 lead in the first period. … Continue reading South Shore Lady Vikings Continue Its Hoops Dominance With Convincing Win Over Wagner

Lab Museum Suffers First Loss of Basketball Season at Holiday Festival Tournament


By Jerry Del Priore It had to happen at some point in the season, Lab Museum head coach Michael Lloyd believed. He said it would’ve been difficult to go perfect for the regular season, as the Lady Gators were upended, 54-46, by Summit Academy in the championship game at the Lab Museum United Holiday Festival … Continue reading Lab Museum Suffers First Loss of Basketball Season at Holiday Festival Tournament