Sports

Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014

Joe Knows

Morton, Whitehead combo must watch at Seton Hall

Legendary Abraham Lincoln boys’ basketball coach Dwayne “Tiny” Morton is now officially an assistant at Seton Hall, but the nearly yearlong saga doesn’t end there. Comment.

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014

High School Sports

Dominant defense powers Erasmus Hall past Flushing

If there were any questions about the young and inexperienced Erasmus Hall football team, with 19 freshman and two sophomores, they were laid to rest last Saturday. Comment.
High School Sports

Let’s Dance: Late goal lifts Brooklyn International over Lincoln

Sophomore Davlatshoh Dilshodov was dared by his veteran teammates to dance in celebration each time he scored this season. He had good reason to show off his moves last Sunday. Comment.
High School Sports

Xaverian defense holds tough to top Xavier in season opener

Xavierian had both its first scrimmage and its first game canceled because of thunderstorms, but when the players finally stormed onto the gridiron on Sept. 12, they brought their own thunder. Comment.
High School Sports

Brooks’s big return not enough for Fort Hamilton

Michael Brooks made an impressive return to the Fort Hamilton gridrion last Saturday, but it wasn’t able to bring victory with him. Comment.
High School Sports

New Utrecht holds off South Shore with goal-line stand

New Utrecht saved its best goal-line stand for last. Comment.

Friday, Sept. 12, 2014

Coney Island

Here they are: Your 2014 Clonie Awards!

It’s that time of year. That’s right, it’s award season. Specifically, the season for The Brooklyn Paper’s very own annual honors dedicated to all things Cyclones. Comment.

Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014

Borough-wide

Brooklyn resident Hill takes aim at title on ‘The Ultimate Fighter’

What started as a way to get in shape has led Angela Hill to an historic opportunity in the sport of mixed martial arts. Comment.
Joe Knows

New Railsplitters leave strong first impression

Shawn O’Connor’s message to his new Lincoln football team was to use its season opener against Tottenville as a chance to introduce itself to the rest of the city. Comments (1).

Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014

High School Sports

Defending champion Lincoln handles Tottenville in title game rematch

The new Lincoln football team looked as dominant and last year’s undefeated city championship club in a 28–6 season-opening victory over Tottenville. Comment.
High School Sports

Vikings pillage Beach Channel

South Shore expected nothing less in its first game at the highest level of Public School Athletic League football, but the lopsided victory still left the team wanting more. Comment.

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