There was nothing that could take away from the real meaning of the 20th annual UnitedHealthcare Empire Challenge, an All-Star high school football game presented by the Boomer Esiason Foundation.
Last year, the kids that attended the inaugural Big Daddy Youth Football Camp had a great time and learned the game of football from some big names.
The Cosmos, fresh off of winning the NASL’s spring season championship, face NYCFC in round four of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup at Shuart Stadium on the campus of Hofstra University.
It’s worth a trip out to MCU Park to catch the team in person. You might just see a few players that will move on to major programs in the near future.
Last Monday, Loeb — the seventh seed — knocked off No. 2 seed Carol Zhao of Stanford 6-2, 4-6, 6-1 to become the first women’s singles champion in Tar Heels history.
The sleepover is another way for Mets fans to have fun at the ballpark. They can watch the game, enjoy a movie, meet Mets alumni and then sleep under the stars in the outfield.
“Salsa in the Square” will take place on Thursday, and will pit Team USA against Cuba as part of a fundraising event for “Beat The Streets Wrestling.”
Levittown North Baseball is set to hold its second annual All-Star Benefit, a series of four games that will raise money for J.A.C.K
Growing up, Nate Checketts had a big advantage over his friends, at least those that were big sports fans.
“It will be our real home forever.” Spoken like a true Islanders fan.
“I think that every day I step onto the field, it’s for him,” New York defenseman Kyle Hartzell says. “I play for him. I let it be known that my dad was a big part of my life.”
“His sponsorship dollars will increase,” said Rosner. “His appearance fees will increase. He’s got everything going for him.”
After partnering with MLS to produce trading cards two years ago, Topps has teamed up with MLS WORKS, the league’s community outreach initiative, to create the “Topps Healthy Habits Card.”
Yeah, Nassau Coliseum is a dump. There’s no question about it. But just like Mets fans felt about Shea Stadium, the Coliseum was my dump.
“I’ve never stopped loving them,” Ed Anzalone says of the Jets. “I love them more than ever. I’m at every game. I’ve never missed a game.” But it’s a lot harder to pick him out of the crowd.