In 1982, Lyons decided that he was going to make a difference. He did so the same way he played football: with passion, and by following the simple premise that actions speak louder than words.
“Disbelief,” McDonald told CBS New York’s Peter Schwartz about the move to Brooklyn. “My reaction basically centered around the fan base and the folks that have been so loyal.”
While football is not Chris Algieri’s area of expertise these days, being a champion is, and that’s why he was invited to inspire a group of kids on Tuesday.
On July 17, Carrino’s foundation for FSHD will hold its fourth annual dinner/dance at Russo’s on the Bay in Howard Beach. The foundation is a non-profit 501(c) 3 charitable organization that funds specifically-focused scientific research.
“Just looking at him physically, what’s outstanding about his running ability? What’s outstanding about his passing ability? Nothing to me is outstanding about it, but it’s pretty good.”
During his Hall of Fame career, Joe Namath made a habit out of carving up opponents. Today, Joe Willie is grilling up some outstanding delicacies thanks to the Rapid Cooker and Namath New York Steaks.
It was representing her country at the 1988, 1992, 1996 and 2000 Olympics that gave her the opportunity to make an impact on the lives of children and their families.
I didn’t know Lorenzo Fernandez, but he was known for always smiling. In fact, even after being diagnosed with liver cancer, he never stopped smiling. His mom said that he smiled right to the tragic end.
Nine schools offered Davis a scholarship, but he chose UConn to carry out his boyhood dream, a goal that was achieved by rolling up his sleeves and working hard.
Nicknames can be born in many different ways. In the case of New York Lizards star Greg Gurenlian, it was hatched as a joke.
While soccer was his favorite game, a Long Island little league organization has been paying tribute to Lorenzo Fernandez this season.
For many kids in our area, summertime means going to camp and having plenty of fun. If you’re a youth football player, there’s even more reason to be happy thanks to the creation of a new football camp.
On Monday, the club announced the signing of Spanish forward David Villa to a three-year contract on a free transfer from Atletico Madrid. He comes to New York City with a couple of responsibilities.
This matchup is kind of like the Yankees playing their Triple-A team in Scranton. But the Cosmos are out to prove they have assembled a club that can beat an MLS team.
The brand new FXFL, which stands for Fall Experimental Football League, will debut this September with six teams, including a franchise in New York.