Flushing-Infusion Powers Vikings to 57-0 Win Over Red Devils


South Shore Picks Up Seventh Win in a Row, remains in First Place.

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Vikings Make Good on Head Coach’s Pre-Game Prediction with 20-12 Nail-biting Win Over E-Hall


Brooklyn's South Shore Football Improves to 3-0 on PSAL Season.

Vikings’ High-Powered Ground Game leads to 34-0 Romp of Fort Hamilton


Brooklyn's South Shore High School running back Zuberi Mobley runs for 140 yards and two scores in bid win.

Ross Adolph Captures Brooklyn Cyclones 2018 Sterling Award


New York Mets Honor former University of Toledo baseball player with Sterling Award.

Darius Thompson’s Two TDs Leads Vikings to 27-0 Rout of Boy & Girls in PSAL Football Opener


South Shore Football off to 1-0 Start.

PSAL to NFL: Four Former NYC HS Football Players at the Top Level


Folorunso Fatukasi, Rashaad Coward, Dominic Easley, Curtis Samuel make NYC football programs proud.

Brooklyn Cyclones Lead NYPL in Attendance with Over 200, 000 Fans


By Jerry Del Priore While the Brooklyn Cyclones, the short-season New York-Penn League (NYPL) affiliate of the New York Mets, missed the playoffs by one game, they did lead the association in home attendance with 202, 495 fans during the summer of 2018. Brooklyn, who plays at MCU Park on Coney Island, outdrew any other franchise by over 50,000 … Continue reading Brooklyn Cyclones Lead NYPL in Attendance with Over 200, 000 Fans

Bishop Loughlin Point Guard William Lee Leaving Brooklyn School for Blue Ridge School


By Jerry Del Priore After three years at Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, point guard William Lee is transferring to the all-boys, private Blue Ridge School in St. George, Virginia, this coming semester, he announced on Instagram last week. William, who would’ve been a rising senior at Loughlin, said it was … Continue reading Bishop Loughlin Point Guard William Lee Leaving Brooklyn School for Blue Ridge School

Cyclones Rout Connecticut Tigers, 10-3, to Take Wild Card Lead


Chase Chambers, Anthony Dirocie enjoyed big nights.