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School Budget Vote Breakdown
School budgets across the state will be voted on Tuesday, as district residents head to the polls to weigh in on spending plans that could mean a hike in taxes.
Mon May 20, 2013
No shortage of heroes at Staten Island's Susan Wagner HS
The Susan Wagner High School football team lines up for the beginning of Heroes Day in honor of Brian Bilcher and Robert Lane, former Falcon players killed on 9/11 as members of FDNY.
Sat May 18, 2013
M-W's Parino flys high at OCIAA meet
For as long as he can remember, Ryan Parino has yearned to fly, and his elementary school book reports reflect those aspirations.
Wed May 15, 2013
Poll: Are the PSAL softball playoffs too watered down with teams?
Nicole Bellini led the Tottenville hit parade on Tuesday in the Pirates' 41-0 opening-round playoff win over Newtown, going 4 for 6 with seven RBI.
Tottenville quarterback Brandon Barnes opts for West Point
Brandon Barnes has been a leader during three seasons as Tottenville's starting quarterback.
Mon May 13, 2013
No Huddle - New York Jets Rookie Mini-Camp Edition
Apologies folks. Rookie mini camp is not enough of an NFL personnel-type setting for us to get overly excited about.
Pearl River Football Gets TZ Back on Schedule
The Pearl River football team will still play most of its schedule against Westchester County opponents in 2013, but the Pirates two closest rivals are back on the schedule.
Staten Island youth sports roundup: Swiming, basketball, softball and football
Triple wins by Lauren and James Trigo, Frankie Salzone, Emily Puentes, Ricky Kilichowski, Liam Gates and Anna McDonald powered Petrides to a closing 222-121 S.I. Grammar School League victory over St.
Sun May 12, 2013
TD's Extra Points: Hoops legend Bernard King coming to Mahoney Playground
A long time before he became part of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame's class of 2013, Bernard King was a New York legend.
Sat May 11, 2013
Albany Times Union
O'Connor returning to sidelines quickly
Schuylerville head coach Greg O'Connor coaches his team against Schalmont during their football game in Rotterdam, N.Y., Friday, Sept.
NY Jets Blog
Former Jet George Sauer Jr. Passes Away
George Sauer Jr., the man responsible for torching the Colts' defense in Super Bowl III, passed away in Ohio on Tuesday at the age of 69.
Fri May 10, 2013
Albany Times Union
Manti Te'o participates in 1st NFL rookie camp
San Diego Chargers linebacker Manti Te'o puts his helmet on during NFL rookie minicamp at Chargers Headquarters Friday, May 10, 2013, in San Diego.
Thu May 09, 2013
Flag football high school programs growing in Staten Island
Playing organized football was always something that seemed out of reach to Kayla Eason and Arlina Marke.
Mon May 06, 2013
Ex-Warwick coach Sciarra joins Monroe-Woodbury as assistant
Monroe-Woodbury's football team already has one former high-profile head coach on its staff, and the Crusaders will roll out another this fall.
Fri May 03, 2013
St. Joseph by-the-Sea football player Peter Mokwuah decides on Rutgers
St. Joseph by-the-Sea junior defensive lineman Peter Mokwuah has verbally committed to attend Rutgers University in the fall of 2014.
Monsignor Farrell grad and Ball State head football coach Pete Lembo paying a visit to alma mater
Monsignor Farrell grad Peter Lembo, currently the head football coach at Ball State, is 94-46 in 12 seasons as a head coach.
Thu May 02, 2013
CHSAA golf league orders tiebreaker; Farrell wins
Monsignor Farrell and St. Peter's thought their match Wednesday at LaTourette ended in a 2½-2½ tie after third-flighters Billy McCafferty of the Lions and Chris Coughlin of the Eagles finished all square after the other four flights were split.
Canisius High School Student Athletes Sign LOI
Despite the sun shining bright on Beecher Mansion on Thursday, the largest beams came from 11 Canisius High School student-athletes. "Awesome," "exciting" and "thankful" were the buzz words of the day as 11 seniors signed college Letters of Intent to continue their academic and athletic careers.
Wed May 01, 2013
The Journal News
Boys lacrosse: North Rockland holds off Suffern
Sometimes the battle does equal the war. That was the case Wednesday as North Rockland won the ground ball battle en route to a 9-4 boys lacrosse win over visiting Suffern.
99 for 99 - #4 - Jim Peele's Blueprint - Part 2
Jim Peele's final test was to build on momentum. His 5-3 1936 squad finished a game worse.