Dawkins, Bruno help lead ML Gators during summer play.
Sophomore Guard Ready to Lead Brooklyn HS for Law and Tech/.
Costly turnovers maul the Chiefs.
By Jerry Del Priore At a modest five-foot-seven and 167 pounds, many people had their doubts if Shawn Cabbell could make a college gridiron squad due to his lack of size. But they failed to measure the one intangible that mattered most: Cabbell’s intense desire to play the game he loves at the next height. … Continue reading Undersized Ex-Football Chief Shawn Cabbell Ready To Prove Doubters Wrong At College
By Jerry Del Priore After winning the Public School Athletic League (PSAL) girls’ basketball championship last season, and losing six seniors to graduation, including McDonald’s All-American Brianna Fraser (University of Maryland), not many New York City high school hoops insiders believed South Shore had enough to repeat. But the Lady Vikings’ lopsided 65-33 win over … Continue reading Lady Vikings’ Dominant Performance At Rose Classic Helping To Build Championship Momentum
By Jerry Del Priore Area hoop teams began to kick it into high gear, as one overtook first place in its conference, while the other is starting to separate themselves from the pack. Canarsie – Brooklyn A South East Conference Canarsie Boys’ basketball team enjoyed a stellar week, picking up four wins to help them move into … Continue reading Week 6 PSAL Canarsie Boys, Lady Vikings Basketball Round-Up
Former Brooklyn High School Basketball Players Making Progress at College
By Jerry Del Priore Star junior quarterback Jason Martin hurt his knee on South Shore’s first offensive drive of the game, altering the team’s game plan. Displaying grit and toughness, Martin returned to action despite the pain. However, the injury hobbled him and his play, as the third seeded Vikings failed to muster up any … Continue reading Quarterback Injury Leads To Vikings’ Defeat To E-Hall in PSAL Playoff Quarterfinals
South Shore football head coach Matt Ciquera’s motto is start fast, and finish faster. It’s something the fifth-year coach has been hammering home to his team all season long. Taking the saying to heart, the Vikings jumped all over Brooklyn Tech, scoring 20 unanswered points even before Brooklyn Tech knew what hit them. The quick … Continue reading Quick Start Powers Unbeaten Vikings To Lopsided Win Over Brooklyn Tech
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