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This was not how Bronx Science coach Annie Eckstein wanted to see her Wolverines’ season decided. more
It was shortly before his Horace Mann Lions were scheduled to take the field against Dalton for the Hudson Valley Football League championship when head coach Matt Russo received a voicemail from someone he had never met. more
After dominating the City University of New York Athletic Conference’s men’s soccer scene the past two seasons when they won back-to-back conference tournament championships, the Lehman Lightning had their sights set on a rare three-peat as the CUNYAC postseason opened. more
It was just before kickoff of Fieldston’s Metropolitan Independent Football League semifinal matchup with Rye Country Day when Eagles’ coach Gus Ornstein delivered the grim news. more
Matt Russo was nervous. His routine was upset and he wasn’t completely sure how things would work out for his Horace Mann football team as it prepared for its Hudson Valley Football League semifinal against Newark Academy last Friday. more
If you have some spare time on your hands — and you happen to be a volleyball fan — you might want to check out the Bronx Science Wolverines. It certainly won’t take up much of your time, and the skill level is top-notch. more
It was fourth down, the clock read 1:08 in the fourth quarter, and Fieldston needed two yards to grab the first down and seal the win over Pingry. The kicker, however, was the Eagles were stuck on their own 37-yard line, clinging to a one-point lead. more
This was supposed to be the year the Bronx Science girls volleyball program would come crashing back to Earth. After three straight Bronx A Division titles and deep runs in the Public School Athletic League postseason — not to mention three consecutive perfect regular-season records — this year’s version of the Wolverines was supposed to be a shell of its former self. more
There was a little hitch in Kennedy’s preparation for its game with Truman last week. College entry tests were scheduled for midweek, and Knights coach Alex Vega found himself short players at practice. more
The battle is over. As the dust settled on the DeWitt Clinton High School gridiron, the John F. Kennedy Knights found themselves the football kings of the Bronx while the … more
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