The High School of Construction in Ozone Park lost a devastating game in the 2014 PSAL Softball Division A championship.
Bayside was looking at an upset and early exit from the tournament, when the team quickly woke up in the bottom of the fifth inning lead by senior Heidi Gomez, and they won the game 9-5.
Queens-based American Softball, a league for developmentally challenged and handicapped adults, will play against the visually impaired Long Island Bombers team.
For one local softball league, it’s not about the number of home runs, it’s about the quality of the friendships.
High School for Construction junior softball player Jenasez Alves has something to prove. Last year, the Red Hawks varsity and junior varsity squads were top teams in the city. The varsity team won its division and then the city title — the school’s first Division A championship — after a 3-2 win over perennial powerhouse Tottenville High School of Staten Island.
Top wheelchair athletes from around the world arrived at Citi Field for the 10th annual Mets Wheelchair Softball Tournament (MWST) with one goal in mind: to win the championship and show that disabilities should not resign one to a sedentary lifestyle. The tournament was held on Lot A at the home of the New York [...]