Benjamin Cardozo junior tennis player Sabrina Xiong became a two-time PSAL individual champion after defeating Stefani Lineva of Forest Hills High School on Wednesday at the National Tennis Center.
John Bowne HS renamed its gym after long-time phys ed teacher Chris Englisis, who has raised more than $180K for the school’s gym equipment over 15 years.
For 13 years Benjamin Cardozo physics teacher Joshua Glasel has been the coordinator of the school’s table tennis club. Glasel, who played table tennis recreationally for 16 years, had asked the school’s athletic directors for years about the sport — also known as ping-pong — being included in the PSAL.
A year has passed, but the results stayed the same for the Benjamin Cardozo boys and girls tennis teams in the PSAL finals.
Benjamin Cardozo senior Jun Young “David” Lim was humble going into his final high school home baseball game Monday against the Aviation Flyers.
The stakes are going to be deliciously high when the New York Mets and New York Yankees take the field during this year’s Subway Series.
John Adams High School’s Anderson Deleon will lead the Spartan’s charge in the end of the season and into the playoffs.
Vernel Bennett, of Laurelton, and Jacques Leandre, of Rosedale, started the United Black Golfers Association (UBGA) — the first of its kind in Queens, they said — and the group will begin hosting meet-ups on golf courses shortly.
Nohah Vickers, who led the PSAL averaging 33.2 points per game and finished with 466 points scored, chose getting a college degree and focusing on education rather than playing basketball.
Bombers Lacrosse, which has a successful high school travel team on Long Island, recently began hosting practices for children from kindergarten to eighth grade in Little Bay Park.