Brooklyn Games to Watch: Oct. 21 – Oct. 27

There are big games going on in Brooklyn this week. Check back here throughout the week as I’ll update this page with scores and highlights as the games happen.

Oct. 21

No Games

Oct. 22

New York Islanders 4 Vancouver Canucks 5: It was a wild game where the Islanders grabbed an early 2-0 lead, gave it back almost immediately and then it went back-and-forth over the final two periods until Vancouver’s Brad Richardson won it on a wrist shot in overtime. Matt Moulson scored a pair of powerplay goals in this one, Brock Nelson had a goal and Frans Nielsen had a goal and two assists. Evgeni Nabokov was in net and allowed all five goals on 33 shots.

Oct. 23

Brooklyn College Men’s Soccer 1, City College 1: The Bulldogs took a 1-0 lead about midway through the game when Fernand Grisales scored on a feed from Peterson Petit-Frere during the 43rd minutes. Unfortunately, CCNY’s Maximilian Mena scored during the 71st minute to tie it and the score remained that way. Kamil Ostrowski made five saves.

Brooklyn College Women’s Volleyball 1, St. Joseph’s College 3: (28-26, 25-17, 30-32, 25-23): This was an incredible close match, but the Bulldogs ultimately fell short. Julia Bogdan led with 18 kills, Crystal Wu had 40 assists and Lisenia Rodriguez had 22 digs.

Brooklyn Nets 97, Boston Celtics 101

Oct. 24

Brooklyn College Women’s Volleyball 3, City College 2 (25-17, 17-25, 25-21, 21-25, 15-13): Another tough, close match, but this time the Bulldogs came out ahead and are now 4-3 in CUNYAC play. Julia Bogdan led with 21 kills and 12 digs, Crystal Wu had 34 assists and Anna Li and Lisenia Rodriguez also had 12 digs.

Oct. 25

ASA College Women’s Soccer 0, Monroe College 3: The Avengers lost their final game of the season as they dropped to 10-3. The first goal came during the 33rd minute and then two were scored during the final 15 seconds of the match. Elizabeth Tyson started in net and allowed all three goals on 10 shots.

LIU Brooklyn Men’s Soccer 1, Bryant 1: Bryant came out and scored during the 27th minute, but Kevin Lockhart scored his first goal of the season to tie it during the 79th minute to avoid the loss for the Blackbirds. Logan Keys started and allowed one goal on 12 shots.

LIU Brooklyn Women’s Soccer 3, Robert Morris 2: After they suffered through a six-game losing streak, these Blackbirds are flying again as this was their third win in four games. Jenn Peters scored a pair of goals to give them a 2-0 lead by the 51st minute and Tori Shinkowitz scored to make it 3-0 during the 64th minute, a big insurance goal that came in handy. Jessica Sexton started, but it was Jessica Montrose that allowed both goals.

St. Francis Men’s Soccer 0, Central Connecticut 1: The loss snapped a four-game road winning streak. The Terriers registered 14 shots, five on net, but none of them found the back of the net. Goalkeeper Jack Binks stopped four of the five shots he faced.

New York Islanders 4, Pittsburgh Penguins 3: A big win for the Isles as they got goals from Matt Moulson, Frans Nielsen, Pierre-Marc Bouchard, and Josh Bailey. Bailey’s goal came with just 1:40 left in regulation for the win. Evgeni Nabokov got the win by making 28 of 31 saves.

Brooklyn Nets 108, Miami Heat 87: Read the recap here.

High School Football

JFK 34, Canarsie 28
Tilden at Mott Haven, 7:00 p.m.
James Madison at MSIT, POSTPONED

Oct. 26

LIU Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 3, Fairleigh Dickinson 0 (25-12, 25-16, 25-10): Fairleigh Dickinson has just one win this season so it wasn’t a surprise to see the Blackbirds victorious here. Mia Radisic led with 12 kills, Nicole Hopton had 25 assists and Adriana Vinas Joy had nine digs.

Brooklyn College Women’s Soccer 2, College of Staten Island 3 (2OT): It took two overtimes, but the Bulldogs fell to Staten Island. Jordan Kerwin and Bergelie Louis each scored goals, but it wasn’t enough as Kimberly Chacko allowed three goals in 106 minutes.

St. Francis Women’s Volleyball 0, Sacred Heart 3 (25-22, 25-18, 25-19): Not a pretty day for the Terriers as their losing streak extended to three games. Leah Zitting led with seven kills, Kamalei Clifton had 10 assists and Erica Lakata had 10 digs.

New York Islanders 2, Philadelphia Flyers 5: A big win Friday, but a tough loss on Saturday. Kyle Okposo and Frans Nielsen scored the goals, but Vinny Lecavalier had a hat trick for for the Flyers. Kyle Poulin started in net and made 27-of-31 saves.

High School Football

New Utrecht 38, Midwood 12
Grady 22 Jamaica 0
Erasmus Hall 28, Curtis 0
Lincoln 27, Fort Hamilton 12
Boys and Girls 28, Brooklyn Tech 6
Clinton 32, Sheepshead Bay 12
Grand Street Campus vs John Adams, 12:00 p.m.
Petrides 34, Lafayette 6
South Shore 44, Columbus 6
Campus Magnet 33, Jefferson 0
FDR 28, Automotive High School 0

Oct. 27

St. Francis Men’s Soccer 1, Bryant University 0: The Terriers were back to their winning ways on Sunday at Gabriel Bagot scored during the 56th minute and goalkeeper Jack Binks made stopped all three shots he faced for the shutout.

St. Francis Women’s Volleyball 2, Fairleigh Dickinson 3 (25-19, 21-25, 25-14, 21-25, 15-10): The losing streak extended to four games as Fairleigh Dickinson, who had lost to LIU Brooklyn the day before, beat them in five sets. Maggie Niu and Gerard Domenique both had 11 kills, Kelly O’Halloran had 27 assists and Feliz Ramirez had 15 digs.

LIU Brooklyn Women’s Soccer 3, Bryant 2: Jenn Peters was on fire this week as her third goal of the week again led the Blackbirds to victory, their fourth in five games, and helped them improve to 4-3-0 in conference play. Jen Spicer and Shino Kunisawa also scored goals. Jess Sexton started and allowed two goals on four shots.

LIU Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 3, Sacred Heart 0 (25-16, 25-23, 25-18): The Blackbirds are still undefeated in NEC play as they took care of a solid Sacred Heart team in three sets. Tamara Ignjic led with 15 kills, Vera Djuric had 29 assists and Adriana Vinas Joy had 11 digs.

LIU Brooklyn Men’s Soccer 0, Fairleigh Dickinson 1: The Blackbirds fell to 2-2-1 during NEC play after this one. Tanner Sica and Brian Alumbaugh registered shots, but nobody scored as Logan Keys lost despite making nine of 10 saves.