Our actual coverage of the PSAL began this weekend and we're happy to find teams playing some great ball.

We covered James Madison’s game with Springfield Gardens and then shuffled over to the Lehman/FDR
game which took place at New Utrecht’s field. We've got to say we were impressed with the “Refuse  to Lose”
attitude that oozed  from the players in those games.  Coaches on all the side controllably hyped while
players were amped and more than capable of backing it up with their pads.  In fact, in the game between
Lehman and FDR, when  one team scored it was quickly matched by the other. Teams played ball like they
believed they could win and with good reason since victory often goes to the team who keeps fighting.  No
head hangers here!

Special kudos to the coaches who took the time to applaud the herculean efforts of individual players, that’s
the kind of thing which brings out the most in a team!

GAME SHOTS HAVE BEEN POSTED
PSAL 2011: Picking Up Where Things Left Off
james madison high school,brooklyn football,springfield gardens high school,queens football,brooklyn football,www.footballshooyters.com
They Really Believe !
Madison  vs Springfield Gardens
big apple football,nyc football,psal,public school football,herbert lehman high,fdr,franklin d roosevelt,ute field,www.footballshooters.com
Herbert Lehman Vs Franklin D Roosevelt
TONKA
FOOTBALL  SHOOTERS.COM
FINALLY, A SITE DEDICATED TO FOOTBALL PHOTOGRAPHY !!!!
ARTICLES
FIND YOUR TEAM !
Show Off Your  Flicks On Line for Free
Playing Like They Want It
best high school football team in world,top football schools,college bound football players,2010 football photos,football pix,www.footballshooters.com
2010 football,ny football,new york city football,brooklyn football,high school football shots,free shots,www.footballshooters.com
FIND YOUR TEAM !
NEW
We began coverage inside the New York’s  PSAL with the thought of continuing where things left off, little did
we know just how literally true that would prove to be.

Little did we expect things to quickly rise to the exhausting grind-it-out  ball play that was seen in 2010's
quadruple  overtime game between  
Columbus and Jamaica .   Not only did many teams enter last season in
near  mid season form,  they reflected it by clawing for every inch from the first whistle to the last.  
 ADVERTISING