Ed Easton Jr

Ed is a Senior Streaming Media Coordinator at MLB Advanced Media and News Producer at CBS Radio Station “1010 WINS”. He’s also the New York Knicks Beat Reporter for Hoops Habit part of the FanSided Network (Fox Sports Featured).

As the Founder and CEO of Keeping It Real Sports LLC, Ed continues to host and produce content independently with radio/podcast programming and thought provoking sports editorials. The company serves as an outlet for new young sports journalists/hosts wanting to express their talent in order to gain professional employment.

The following 10 clips are from Ed's tenure with News 12 Varsity (Formerly MSG Varsity)

Best of BK/BX - Monroe Wins Holiday Tournament - News 12 Varsity

"Now that summer is here, MSG Varsity will be giving you a look back at some of the best players, teams, and performances from the Brooklyn/Bronx region during the 2009-2010 school year." NEW YORK -- The rain seemed like it would not go away this past week in Brooklyn as the inclement weather played a key factor in the outlook of this year's James Monroe Campus Holiday Tournament. The start was delayed a couple of days leading to the championship game having to be played on a Saturday featurin

PSAL Baseball Quarterfinals Preview - News 12 Varsity

The quarter finals begin today as the elite 8 make their bids to become PSAL A baseball champions and the match ups are as follows: The Rivals meet once again as the Eagles and Lions face off yet again this season with James Monroe looking for the season 2010 sweep. Monroe began the year defeating Lehman in the championship game of their annual Holiday preseason tournament back on April 3rd and again during the regular season by a score of 14 - 0 on April 29th. The undefeated Knights of James

Brooklyn/Bronx Softball Playoffs Preview (5/19) - News 12 Varsity

NEW YORK -- The season is finally over as the top teams in both Brooklyn and the Bronx will take center stage in this year's playoffs. Each contender has been led by outstanding play from their star players leading them to their current standing. In the Brooklyn A division the schools that have qualified for post season play are James Madison (#2 seed), Bushwick Campus (#14 seed), Midwood (#22 seed), New Utrecht (#23 seed), Grand Street Campus (#26 seed) and Fort Hamilton (#29 seed). The class

Brooklyn/Bronx Baseball Report - May 18 - News 12 Varsity

NEW YORK -- The season is just about to wrap up this week as teams continue to jockey for playoff positioning and Seniors begin to say farewell to their High School baseball careers. The teams currently holding good positioning for the post season can thank special players that have gone above and beyond the call of duty. The Bronx A East division is all but won for the dominant James Monroe Eagles who enter this final week still undefeated at 14 - 0 trying to pull off an undefeated season. Th

Brooklyn/Bronx Baseball Report - May 11 - News 12 Varsity

NEW YORK -- Its going down to the wire in many divisions as the season is just about to come to an end and some teams are already looking forward to next season. Teams bringing up the rear in their respective divisions will most likely be playing the role of spoiler for teams in playoff contention or trying to clinch home field advantage. The Monroe Eagles look poised once again to win the Bronx A East division as they remain undefeated with an 11 - 0 record. The Eagles have held the lead

Brooklyn/Bronx Baseball Report - May 3 - News 12 Varsity

NEW YORK -- The playoff races continue to heat up as we start to see the top teams break away from the pack and position themselves for the tournament's top seeds. The PSAL made some announcements regarding the opening of nominations for the annual Exceptional Seniors Baseball Game. This year's game will feature Brooklyn & Queens vs Bronx, Manhattan & Staten Island. In a battle of Bronx division leaders this past week James Monroe took on Herbert Lehman High School to determine the best of the

Brooklyn/Bronx Baseball Report - April 19 - News 12 Varsity

NEW YORK -- As we continue through the young baseball season there are already some surprise starts and thrilling games. The teams are still jockeying for position making it nearly impossible at this juncture of the season to name a favorite. The surprising hot start from Morris Educational Campus has led to a strong three team race for the top of the Bronx A East division. The Bulldogs have jumped out to a 3 - 0 record due to timely hitting and strong pitching performances from players such

Brooklyn/Bronx Baseball Report - April 13 - News 12 Varsity

NEW YORK -- The season is well underway as teams have worked out all the kinks and are ready to make strides and reign atop of their respective divisions. The beginning of the season is more than just teams getting their feet wet as every game counts and will be crucial in determining playoff positioning at the end of year standings. The James Monroe Eagles are flying high to start the season after back to back double digit wins against Christopher Columbus High School and division rival South

Monroe High Takes 2010 Holiday Tournament - News 12 Varsity

NEW YORK -- The rain seemed like it would not go away this past week in Brooklyn as the inclement weather played a key factor in the outlook of this year's James Monroe Campus Holiday Tournament. The start was delayed a couple of days leading to the championship game having to be played on a Saturday featuring Bronx powerhouses James Monroe High School and Lehman High School. James Monroe High School are the host team for the tournament as it is in its 41st year they have been able to win six

Brooklyn/Bronx 2010 Baseball Preview - News 12 Varsity

NEW YORK -- The clock has sprung ahead and the weather is sunny with a 100 percent chance of great baseball from both Brooklyn and the Bronx. It's the time of the year that all fans of America’s past time can't help but feel more excited than a kid at Christmas ready to open the perfect gift a brand new season. Each team will be given new life this upcoming season as either their past woes or triumphs become a part of the past. The Bronx has been traditionally known for being a powerhouse in ba