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The top young running stars around the country descended on Des Moines, Iowa, for the 2023 AAU Junior Olympics July 29-Aug. 5. For 8-year-old June Henry, one of Riverdale’s own, the stars aligned for a sixth-place finish in the 800-meter Under-8 event. more
History with an exclamation point sums up the title-winning run for the Nigeria women’s basketball team at the 2023 AfroBasket tournament. more
Several local cricket leagues and clubs have sent out a letter to Mayor Eric Adams and Bronx Borough President Vanessa Gibson regarding the proposal of a 34,000-seat cricket stadium in Van Cortlandt Park as part of a plan for hosting the 2024 T20 Cricket World Cup. more
It’s a distant land with close proximity to the hearts of two Manhattan College athletes who hold Gaelic roots near and dear. Each wears the Irish badge with pride. more
For the third time in three years,  the Manhattan men’s lacrosse program will have a new head coach patrolling the sidelines next Spring. The changing of the guard comes after John Odierna accepted the defensive coordinator position at Syracuse University on July 28. more
The non-profit Bronx Basketball Hall of Fame inducted 15 new members to the Bronx Basketball Hall of Fame on July 15 at Mullaly Park. The honors will be presented at its annual awards dinner to be held on Nov. 3 at the Villa Barone Manor at 737 Throgs Neck Expressway.  more
Mayor Eric Adams’ idea of bringing World Cup cricket to Van Cortlandt Park next year has met with some resistance following an emergency Community Board 8 meeting July 20. more
The prospect of a temporary cricket stadium in Van Cortlandt Park has left many cricket players apprehensive of potentially losing their scheduled season next year. more
Early offseason practices can get lost in the dog days of the Summer if not for a dose of coaching enterprise.  And new Manhattan College hoops coach John Gallagher has wasted little time providing just that when it comes to the program’s history. more
Senior guard Jose Perez’s college basketball career has been a long winding road, albeit mostly successful to date. more
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