Best of vintage HS jerseys: which football team had the nicest uniform of the 2000s?
Last week, New Dorp was voted the best football shirt of the 90s with 1,397 votes.
In the 1990 polls, New Dorp won both boys and girls basketball jerseys. Tottenville won the baseball polls and Moore Catholic was voted best softball jersey.
This week, we will stick to football, but move on to the 2000s.
Voting ends at 5 p.m. on Saturday, so register!
The first is New Dorp.
New No.6 Dorp Andre Smith will pass just ahead of No.6 James Madison as he gets the game’s opening kickoff on 82 yards for TD on September 7, 2005.
Port Richmond quarterback Agim Bajramovic appears to be passing the baton as Susan Wagner DT No.77 Nichola Schirripa rushes in on December 7, 2002.
Bajramovic had 11 touchdown passes during his junior season at Port Richmond.
Curtis running back Shaahiyn Alston en route to a 12-yard run on October 26, 2007.
The running back was one of the many weapons in Curtis’ powerful offensive attack during the 2007 season.
Sheepshead Bay defenseman Cory Jure pulls the ball off to Susan Wagner, running back Brian Reid. The fumble would be picked up by the Sharls’ Brian Ellis, ending a scoring threat from Wagner
This game was played on September 13, 2003.
McKee / Staten Island Tech
McKee / Staten Island Tech quarterback Glyn Caddell gets a pass under pressure on October 6, 2001.
Petrides wide receiver Keith Rajakaruna managed a pass from quarterback Galt McDermott for the first touchdown in program history on September 7, 2008.
Tottenville’s Diego Oquendo celebrates after blocking a punt and returning it for a touchdown in the opening minutes of the game in 2003.
Bishop Farrell, No. 44 running back Jesse Mezzacappa, October 1, 2004.
St. Peter’s wide receiver, Jonathan Baratta, was wide open near the end zone but failed to recover QB John Woodford’s pass late in the second quarter.
Moore quarterback Nick Doscher crosses the Holy Cross line en route to a first down in the first quarter of the CHSFL AA Conference I Championship game on November 21, 2004. Moore led 27-12 with 8:49 to play, before losing 33-27. Meanwhile, St. Joseph by-the-Sea won the school’s first CHSFL title with a 44-34 victory over St. Francis Prep. In a PSAL quarterfinal match, Susan Wagner shocked Tottenville, 36-34.
Saint-Joseph by the sea
St. Joseph by-the-Sea running back Pat Brennan in 2007.