Utes Improve PSAL Football Bowl Conference Record to 5-0.
Madison, New Utrecht, Layfette High Schools pickup wins in week one play.
Erasmus Stands in Second Place, followed by Tottenville, Midwood and Lehman.
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
Thomas Jefferson was determined to put forth its best possible showing in its first playoff football game in the Bowl Conference after playing in the PSAL’s City Division for several years prior. A win would set the program in the right direction. Consider it done as the eight-seeded Orange Wave dismantled No. 9 George Washington, … Continue reading Thomas Jefferson Orange Wave Crushes George Washington, 36-0, in First Round of Football Playoffs
Psal week 9 football recap in southeast Brooklyn.
By Jerry Del Priore It’s that time of year again, when PSAL football teams kick it up a notch in an attempt to stake their claims for the playoffs. For three of the four local Southeast Brooklyn squads, their chances for the postseason improved as they came away victorious in their respective games. Here’s how … Continue reading Week 6 PSAL Football Local Southeast Brooklyn Area Roundup
By Jerry Del Priore With a team made up of mostly juniors and other underclassmen, the Canarsie Chiefs’ varsity coaching staff expected them to endure a measure of woes, due to inexperience, during the season. Unfortunately for Canarsie (0-2), its greenness was on full display against Midwood, as it was shutout, 36-0, Friday night at … Continue reading Growing Pains Plague Canarsie In 36-0 Defeat to Midwood
By Jerry Del Priore It was a game of several what ifs for the Canarsie Chiefs football team. The Chiefs made several mistakes, including four costly turnovers, many dropped passes and other miscues in a 20-0 shutout loss to host Port Richmond. The Sunday tilt opened the season in City Conference play. Canarsie varsity head … Continue reading Canarsie Chiefs Blanked By Port Richmond To Open 2016 PSAL Football Season
By Jerry Del Priore From the opening kickoff, everything went right for South Shore, and wrong for the Chiefs, as they failed to field the football, giving the Vikings momentum, and a short field to work with. South Shore (8-0) took advantage of the good field position by scoring a touchdown a few plays later. … Continue reading South Shore Vikings Nab Neighborhood Bragging Rights Trophy with 25-0 Domination of Canarsie Chiefs