Depleted Roster, Talented E-Hall Football Squad Sink the Chiefs in 42-0 Rout


E-Hall Football Runs Over Canarsie.

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Canarsie’s Big Win Over Truman Marred by Ugly Brawl


By Jerry Del Priore The Canarsie Chiefs had pretty much dominated Truman in their football PSAL City Division home opener Saturday, leading, 44-26, with approximately four minutes remaining in the tilt. But a Truman player and Chiefs Elijah Lewis had a seemingly on-field innocent exchange near Canarsie's sideline. However, the Mustang player grabbed Lewis’ facemask … Continue reading Canarsie’s Big Win Over Truman Marred by Ugly Brawl

Ex-Football Canarsie Chief, Monroe College Standout Kamari Jones-Hunter Makes it Official with LIU Post


By Jerry Del Priore It was a forgone conclusion that Kamari Jones-Hunter would be playing for LIU Post this coming fall. But the listed 6’-1”, 267-pound defensive lineman sealed the deal Wednesday on National Signing Day, as the Ex-Canarsie Chief signed with the Pioneers for the next two years, head coach Bryan Collins and the LIU Post … Continue reading Ex-Football Canarsie Chief, Monroe College Standout Kamari Jones-Hunter Makes it Official with LIU Post

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

Week 4 PSAL Southeast Brooklyn Hoops Round-Up


By Jerry Del Priore With the PSAL hoops campaign quickly moving along, and heading into the holiday break, area teams attempted to keep its momentum while one looked to get back into contention. One squad lost its first game of the season, while another picked up two victories to keep itself from fading into oblivion. Here’s how the respective … Continue reading Week 4 PSAL Southeast Brooklyn Hoops Round-Up

Public Address Announcer Antonio Rodriguez Gives Canarsie Football a Voice


By Jerry Del Priore For the past seven years at Canarsie football home games, every time the Chiefs’ offense moves the chains, public address announcer Antonio Rodriguez will broadcast his trademark call, “And that play is good for a Chiefs’ first down.” It’s something that helps to motivate the crowd, giving the fans a reason … Continue reading Public Address Announcer Antonio Rodriguez Gives Canarsie Football a Voice

Canarsie Lady Chiefs Hoops Split Games In Lab Museum Thanksgiving Tourney


By Jerry Del Priore Canarsie head coach Keiya Smith isn’t exactly sure what type of basketball team she’ll have this year, given the fact she has a group comprised of mostly young players. While the regular season hasn’t tipped off yet, Smith is happy with the performance of the youthful Lady Chiefs at the Lab … Continue reading Canarsie Lady Chiefs Hoops Split Games In Lab Museum Thanksgiving Tourney

Canarsie Shutout, 32-0, By Juggernaut Erasmus


By Jerry Del Priore The Canarsie Chiefs football squad knew they would be in an uphill battle against perennial championship contender Erasmus Hall on Saturday. Unfortunately for Canarsie, it’s prediction came true as the Dutchmen scored quickly in the first quarter, and never let up, blowing past the Chiefs, 32-0, in a PSAL City Division … Continue reading Canarsie Shutout, 32-0, By Juggernaut Erasmus