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If anyone was to ever log the number of hours Phoebe May spent at Fieldston in her four years there, it is not hyperbole to suggest no other student or staff member came close to her time. more
The reward for Bronx Science’s victory over Cardozo in the Public School Athletic League second-round playoff game was a visit to Staten Island and a shot at No. 1 seed Port Richmond. more
When Ray Barile talks about the humbling early days of Horace Mann senior guard Jane Frankel, it’s not hyperbole. more
Since the Public School Athletic League softball season kicked off in late March, the Lady Knights from John F. Kennedy Campus had been a juggernaut. more
Ever since he was a young kid growing up in University Heights, Ernie Robertson had the same recurring daydream. When he got older, he wanted to spend his Saturday afternoons playing college football and catching passes as an elite wide receiver. more
There was a time when the John F. Kennedy girls softball program had no idea the weapon it had in its midst. more
Julian Trebach sat near the backstop of Lehman College’s baseball field — the diamond that doubled as the home field for his American Studies baseball team — reflecting on his career with the Senators. more
If you’re an aficionado of high school basketball around the Bronx, then you already know of Will Feldman. more
There’s a memorable line in the classic movie “Rudy” in which Charles Dutton’s character, Fortune, describes the athletic stature of Sean Astin’s Rudy, “You’re five-foot-nuthin’, 100-and-nuthin.’” more
His Senators were locked in a 4-4 tie with IN-Tech Academy in a pivotal Bronx AA West Division game last week when Pete Nizzari had a decision to make. more
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