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Sunday, July 4, 2010

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Clones blow second game in a row!

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Cyclones blow a game in the ninth!

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Clones are back on track

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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

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One of the biggest wins ever

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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

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Cyclones crush Yanks to open the 2010 season

The Cyclones started the 2010 season with a bang over the weekend, taking two of three from their hated rivals, the Staten Island Yankees, winning the season opener on the road and then christening their newly named ballpark in perfect style. Comment

Monday, June 28, 2010

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A rugby star grows in Brooklyn

Growing up in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, Mike Petri dreamed of being a professional athlete, but not a rugby player. Comment
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Brooklyn Tech fencer a regular Renaissance woman

Stephanie Gales found a bit of a loophole — perhaps fitting since she wants to be a lawyer. Comment
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Cyclones sweep the Ironbirds!

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Cyclones beat the Ironbirds!

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The Backman is magic

All Wally Backman demands of his Brooklyn Cyclones is perfection in the fundamentals of the game, and his team — assuming the personality of its new skipper — already looks up to the challenge. Comment
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Kickball shocker! Sadewitz is injured!

It was a kickball weekend filled with the thrill of victory and the agony of victory. Comment
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Jersey’s longer wood could save boardwalk

Back away from your concrete mixers and take a road trip to the Jersey shore. Comment
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Cops try to identify dapper dead man

Detectives are continuing to fall further down the rabbit hole in their search to identify the remains of a middle-aged man who surfaced off the coast of Manhattan Beach. Comment
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Stabbed on the boardwalk

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Screecher’s most swellegant journey and party

I’m a native New Yorker, which means I was born in Manhattan. There are really not too many of us, since the affluent are probably the only ones that can afford to live there to enjoy all that the city has to offer. Comment

Coastal rallyers form a human chain in Coney Island

Leave only your footprints! Comment

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