Talking Golf: Lt. Col. Dan Rooney, a PGA professional, on Folds of Honor
Ann chats with Michelle Wie West and catches up with Lt. Col. Dan Rooney, F-16 Fighter Pilot and PGA Professional, about the work that Folds of Honor is doing to support military families and families of first responders.
The great Memorial Day weekend debate
NEW YORK (PIX11) – Moose and Figgy debate the better Memorial Day weekend activity, going to the beach or chilling by the pool. Watch the video player for the full story and be sure to tune in to NY SportsNation Nightly weeknights at 7 p.m. on PIX11.
CHSAA NYS Intersectional Boys’ Track & Field: Barbaro, Mullen silver medals lead Farrell to 7th place
Senior Nick Barbaro and sophomore Brandon Mullen led Monsignor Farrell to a seventh-place team finish at the CHSAA New York State Intersectional Championship meet, held Saturday at the Carl D. Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island. Barbaro placed second in the 800-meter run, clocking one minute, 57.12 seconds, while Mullen...
Nutley Family Service Bureau's 'Night at the Races' Wins By A Nose
NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Parks and Recreation Building was transformed into a simulated racetrack on Saturday, April 22. The successful fundraiser, one of many, benefited Nutley Family Service Bureau.The annual Night at the Races event raised $22,000 this year for their organization. More than 230 people gathered in the gym and placed their bets on “horses” for a worthy cause and entered tickets to win various tricky tray prizes. Nutley Family Service Bureau (NFSB) this year is celebrating 110 years of helping the community. Their mission stated on their website, nutleyfamily.org, “is to strengthen the emotional and social well-being of individuals...
Pro soccer taps Newark youth club for NEXT expansion of nationwide feeder league
Nico Gomez grew up in the Salvation Army Ironbound Soccer Club, named for the Newark neighborhood where it’s based and the bell-ringing charity that funds it. “I was 3 years old when I started,” said Gomez, 17, a senior at Kearny High School. “But back then, you had to be 4. But my mom, she begged them to let me go. And they’re like, ‘Nah, too much of a problem.’ But they took me. And I enjoyed it. My mom would tell me I was fine, and I would go run off with the coach. I would be so excited to go.”
Column: Learning to tread water more critical than learning to swim
Every year I put off writing this (I hate to write) but I cannot wait any longer for it might — let’s change that to will — save a life at the pool or beach, especially the beach. Every summer during the ‘50s and ‘60s my parents would take my brother, two sisters, and me out of Brooklyn, New York, and head up to Pine Bush, New York. For just over two months we, along with a few other families, would enjoy upstate New York...
2 horses die from injuries at Churchill Downs, bringing total to 12 at home of Kentucky Derby
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Two horses have died the past two days following injuries at Churchill Downs, the 11th and 12th fatalities over the past month at the home of the Kentucky Derby. Mare Kimberley Dream was euthanized after sustaining a distal sesamodean ligament rupture to her front leg...
Follow-up Friday: Queens man carries torch at Victory Games
NEW YORK (PIX11) – From fighting for repairs to highlighting a Queens man’s journey of holding the torch for a special outdoor competition, it’s Follow-up Friday! Watch the video player for more on this Follow-up Friday with Monica Morales. If you have a story, reach out to Monica Morales at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NYC PSAL Boys’ Championship Track & Field: Susan Wagner defends outdoor title
The Susan Wagner boys picked up four gold medals, propelling them to a successful defense of their city PSAL outdoor title, held Sunday at Carl D. Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island. Joe Perazzo took a distance double, while Leo Corpus and the 4x400-meter relay won gold. But there were...
New York City Amateur Golf: Lowe shoots 68 to take lead in Men’s division
Matt Lowe fired a 68 to take the first-round lead in the Men’s division of the New York City Amateur, which is being staged at LaTourette Golf Course. Lowe is no stranger to big performances in the NYC Amateur as he won it in 2018. The field started with...
HS baseball: St. Peter’s claims school’s first-ever CHSAA Archdiocesan crown (photos)
St. Peter’s rode the dominant pitching of junior southpaw Christopher Laieta and an airtight infield defense to its first-ever New York CHSAA Archdiocesan baseball championship in a 4-0 blanking of Iona Prep Friday night at Fordham University, the Bronx. It was the second playoff victory over top-seeded Iona for...
Walk-off hit lifts Edison to win over Notre Dame in Section 4 Class C softball final
Thomas A. Edison's first meeting with Elmira Notre Dame this season was an admittedly poor performance in a 9-1 loss. Their next faceoff resulted in another Notre Dame win, this time by 5-3. Cut to round three Saturday at the Holding Point Recreation Complex in Horseheads. With the Section 4...
Softball: North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 quarterfinal recap for May 26
Alyssa Urbanski tripled and scored on a single by Anastasia Jones in the bottom of the seventh inning as fourth-seeded Bayonne earned a dramatic 1-0 walk-off win over fifth-seeded Westfield in the quarterfinals of the North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 playoffs in Bayonne. Caitlin Gaetani tossed a three-hitter and...
Corey Cormier Wins Memorial Day Spectacular At Glen Ridge
FULTONVILLE, NY – Corey Cormier picked up the 35 lap DIRTcar 358 Modified feature event win on Sunday night at the Glen Ridge Motorsports Park over Shaun Shaw and Lance Willix. (Full story to follow) Modified Feature (35 Laps) – COREY CORMIER, Shaun Shaw, Lance Willix, Garrett Poland, Tyler...
JV Team Beats Xaverian, Advances to Championship vs. Molloy!
The McClancy JV baseball team took on Xaverian in their semifinal matchup on May 23, 2023. The game was scoreless through 5 innings until the Crusaders scored 6 runs in the bottom of the 6th inning to win the game 6-0. Freshman Ronald Trinidad threw a 1-hit complete game, striking out 9 batters and looking very dominant throughout the afternoon. Freshman K.J Osario (2 RBI), sophomore Michael Kelly (1 RBI), and sophomore Luca Zacco (1 RBI) had big contributions to the victory. Overall, it was a great game for the Crusaders as they look to win the Brooklyn-Queens championship at Archbishop Molloy on May 25, 2023!
Lacrosse: Phillipsburg Lady Liners season recap
PHILLIPSBURG, NJ - Juniors Jill Miller and Julia Butler once again led the offense when a young Phillipsburg High School girls lacrosse team concluded its season with a 19-10 loss to fifth-seeded Montclair in an NJSIAA tournament North Jersey, Group 4 first-round game on Friday. Miller scored four goals and added two assists to give her 61 goals and 19 assists on the season while Butler scored three goals and finishes the season with a team-leading 69 goals and 21 assists for 90 points. For their careers, Butler has 104 goals, and 33 assists and Miller has 86 goals and 23 assists. Sophomore Marissa Kozak added a goal and an assist and classmate Sophia Remian also scored for the 12th-seeded Stateliners. Kozak scored 23 goals with 10 assists this season, and junior Avery Ritt tallied 21 goals with 15 assists. The goalie all season was freshman Jordan Nonnemacher. Phillipsburg, which finished the season with a record of 4-17 after going 2-25 the previous two seasons, lose two seniors that were on the opening day roster in Callie Horsey and Amanda Johnson. Meghan Crane scored five goals and Megan Previdi contributed six assists for Montclair (8-9).
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