Elysee Vilsaint: Athlete of the Week
Vilsaint, who last year led York to the CUNYAC championship game against Hunter, was back at it on Saturday, scoring a goal and an assist to lead York to a 2-0 victory.
John Starks, Knicks in Queens Former New York Knick guard John Starks was on hand Sunday as the Knicks held a basketball clinic in Elmhurst. The clinic, held at Frank O’Connor Park, taught youngsters basketball skills and drills.
Fantasy Football Focus On Sunday I was minding my own business, casually keeping up with my casual league and my casually drafted team, when I saw that Donovan McNabb not so casually ate some turf and hurt himself. I pla...
By Aleksandar Vasovic BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia said on Friday it would not encourage exports to Russia, after the European Union urged the Balkan country not to exploit the Kremlin's ban on Western food imports. Serbian food producers hope to take advantage of the trade row to boost exports to Russia. Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said he had received an aide-memoire this week from an EU official in Belgrade calling on Serbia to refrain from boosting exports to Russia, as a matter of solidarity with the bloc. Vucic told a news conference Serbia had not planned to subsidize exporters to Russia but also would not join the Western sanctions on Moscow.