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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Growing Pains Plague Canarsie In 36-0 Defeat to Midwood


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

JV Football Chiefs Take Down JFK, 14-6, At Home


By Jerry Del Priore Things didn’t begin well for the Junior Varsity Canarsie football team, as John F. Kennedy marched down the field, capping its first drive with an eight-yard rushing touchdown for a 6-0 lead midway through the first quarter. But the Chiefs (4-1) regrouped, and didn’t allow a single point the rest of … Continue reading JV Football Chiefs Take Down JFK, 14-6, At Home

Vikings Trample Thomas Jefferson, 36-2, In Rain Soaked Football Game


Jerry Del Priore Thomas Jefferson scored the first points of Friday night’s tilt on a safety early in the first quarter. For a moment, Vikings head coach Matt Ciquera thought the inclement weather could play a factor in a possible upset, especially with the absence of star quarterback Jason Martin, who was out with a … Continue reading Vikings Trample Thomas Jefferson, 36-2, In Rain Soaked Football Game

Friday Night Lights Out: Vikings Hand New Utrecht 13-6 Defeat Before Packed House


By Jerry Del Priore It has been a long time since South Shore High School’s football team had the amount of excitement and electricity it had on Friday night at home. The stands were packed, as two former star players – Chris and Ricky Legree – were honored for their past accomplishments and contributions to … Continue reading Friday Night Lights Out: Vikings Hand New Utrecht 13-6 Defeat Before Packed House

Canarsie 2015 Football Season Preview: Chiefs Strive To Be Hated


By Jerry Del Priore No one can blame Canarsie head varsity football coach Kyle Allen for wanting to be hated by other PSAL teams. Most top squads aren’t liked because of their consistent winning ways. “If people don’t hate you, something is wrong,” Allen explained. “There are a lot of people that hate E Hall … Continue reading Canarsie 2015 Football Season Preview: Chiefs Strive To Be Hated