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The Queens South Cops and Kids Basketball League Player of The Week for Week 2

Mon Feb 12, 2018 - Brian Bourgouin
In Week 2 of the PAL Cops & Kids Basketball: Queens South Division, Player of the Week honors goes to Joseph Graham and PO Frantz Chauvet. Graham scored 11 points, yet dominated the boards as a key, unstoppable inside post presence for TD 33 in a highly-competitive 44-39 win over YSD. As a 2016 graduate of August Martin High School in Jamaica, NY, Graham was a reliable 3-sport, 5-team athlete playing Varsity Baseball, Jr. Varsity & Varsity Boys' Basketball, and Jr. Varsity & Varsity Football during his 4 ye

The Brooklyn South Cops and Kids League: Players of the Week

Thu Feb 8, 2018 - Brian Bourgouin
The Sports and Recreation Dept. would like to congratulate the Brooklyn South Cops and Kids Player & Cop of the Week recipients Rafael Pierre of the 63 Pct team and #13 PO Jean Pierre (patrol officer from the 70th Pct) This is Rafael Pierre second player of the week award, He followed up his 34 point outburst last week with a cool 14pts this week. Fun fact Rafael listed Alabama's Colin Sexton as his favorite college player. Rafael is also a big New York Knicks fan. PO Jean Pierre scored 12pts but accounte

The Queens South Cops and Kids Basketball League Player of The Week Named

Tue Feb 6, 2018 - Brian Bourgouin
Queens South Cops & Kids Player & Cop of the Week Buoyed by Justin Forest's 29 points, including 7 three-pointers, the 105th Precinct led wire-to-wire in a 55-47 victory over the 103rd Precinct in the opening week of the season. As this week's Player of the Week in the PAL Cops & Kids Basketball: Queens South Division, Forest is currently a senior captain for Campus Magnet Educational Campus in Cambria Heights averaging 21.08 points per game this season following his 24.13 points per game average last seas

The Bronx are crowned The 2017 Cops and Kids Flag Football Champions!

Wed Dec 13, 2017 - Brian Bourgouin
The Cops and Kids Citywide Championship took place on Thursday night. The two teams showed up and put on one of the best flag football championship games in Cops and Kids history. The game was by far the most competitive game of the year. Both teams came into the game undefeated and with their eyes on the prize. The game was back and forth with both the Bronx and Brooklyn scoring on their first possessions.  Brooklyn had a chance to seal the deal in the 4th quarter but a late game interception by the Bronx

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