Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016


Al Oerter, Astoria native, won four gold medals in discus

Astoria native Al Oerter is best known as a four-time Olympic gold medal winner in the discus throw. Winning his first gold in the 1956 Melbourne Summer Olympics while still a student athlete at the University of Kansas, Oerter was also a champion in the Rome, Tokyo and Mexico City Olympic Games. Comment

Monday, Sept. 26, 2016


Former St. Francis star makes it to Major League Soccer

Former St. Francis Prep soccer star Kevin Garcia hopes, eventually, it will sink in that he’s made it to Major League Soccer. Comment

Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016


Jamaica drops game to Sheepshead Bay

This one hurt. The Jamaica football team had plenty of chances to pick up its second win of the season Saturday afternoon, but the Beavers couldn’t put all the pieces together, hampered by late-game miscues en route to a 14-7 loss to Sheepshead Bay. Comments (1)

Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016


Francis Lewis girls’ soccer team embodies family values

The motto of the Francis Lewis girls soccer team? Play like a family. Comments (1)

Friday, Sept. 23, 2016

Middle Village

CK finishes big in last-minute defensive showdown with Poly Prep

The Christ the King football team made a promise to themselves this season—the Royals were going to finish what they started. Comment

HIgh School Football Roundup: Week 2

The Bayside football team stayed perfect on the young season with a hard-fought 12-6 victory over Tilden Educational Campus last Friday. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016


Alvarado heading to Georgia Tech

Christ the King basketball star Jose Alvarado doesn’t get nervous often, but as he stood in front of friends and family Sept. 15, he stumbled over his words just a bit. Comment


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