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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
At Riverdale Playground, a perfectly good pickleball court now lies underneath the basketball courts and adjacent to the handball courts. However, according to pickleball afficiando Alex Rosenblum, it needs some work. more
The world’s second most popular sport has never been the most popular in the United States, but perhaps that may change as the International Cricket Council eyes not only New York City as the host of the 2024 T20 World Cup, but Riverdale’s Van Cortlandt Park. more
Baseball and softball are akin to a right of passage for youth. Those bonds feel almost sacred when forged on fertile diamonds. For families who observe the Sabbath, these sports are a natural profession of faith and are offered in local leagues which accommodate for weekly observance. more
At the request of chair Julie Reyes, Community Board 8 is holding a special meeting Thursday, July 20 on the mayor’s proposed cricket stadium plan for Van Cortlandt Park. more
To Steve Englert, the game of baseball is as precious as air is to breathe. As rhythmic as a heartbeat. For more than two decades running, Englert flocks home every Summer to the seashore town of Harwich on Cape Cod to coach his beloved Mariners. It is mostly normal for Englert, but every once in a while he must pinch himself to appreciate how special it all is. more
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