Boys & Girls’ Khalil Brantley Receives Offer from Seton Hall


Brantley averaged 34 points per game (447 pts) during the regular season, and 37.50 in two Brooklyn Borough Championship tilts. He had led Boys & Girls to an 11-3 regular-season mark.

Lincoln’s Izzy Abanikanda Garners NYSSWA High School Co-Player of the Year Award


Abanikanda rushed for 1,350 yards and 20 touchdowns on just 136 touches as a senior as he guided the Railsplitters to the PSAL Championship Conference semifinals.

Former Bishop Kearney Coach Rocco Sellitto Joins Brooklyn College Women’s Basketball as Assistant


By Jerry Del Priore  Brooklyn College Athletics has announced the hiring of Rocco Sellitto as an assistant coach with the women's basketball team, who competes at the Division III level in the City University of New York Athletic Conference (CUNYAC), for the 2019-20 season. Sellitto is a Brooklyn native and former Bishop Kearney High School varsity head … Continue reading Former Bishop Kearney Coach Rocco Sellitto Joins Brooklyn College Women’s Basketball as Assistant

Ex-Canarsie Football Player Adisa Isaac Might Wear Penn State Redshirt


Isaac picks two up tackles in week 2 college football action.

Four-Star Football Recruit Adisa Isaac Commits to Penn State University


Canarsie High School Defensive Football Standout Signs with historic program.

King of Queens: New York Jets Draft Ex-Beach Channel HS Football Standout Folorunso Fatukasi


Far Rockaway, Oueens, football player will battle to make NFL Jets.

Wearable Tech’s Safety Factor May Help Future College Football Recruits Pick Schools


By Jerry Del Priore Earlier in the month of February, on National Signing Day, high school football student-athletes across the country declared what college they would attend in the fall. It’s a culmination of the recruiting process. Most of the times, three elements are considered when seniors make their final decision: scholarship, playing time and … Continue reading Wearable Tech’s Safety Factor May Help Future College Football Recruits Pick Schools