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Michael Mei was feeling confident about his team going into last week’s playoff game against Brooklyn Community High School. more
“Softball” and “loss” don’t often share the same sentence at the John F. Kennedy Campus. In fact, one could count the number of regular-season losses the Lady Knights have endured over the past three-plus seasons on one hand and still have a couple of digits to spare. more
Lehman College was the location of a key Bronx AA West Division battle featuring the High School of American Studies and Christopher Columbus. But it would be youth that shined the brightest this day, but not in a good way for the Senators, who were handed their third loss of the season. 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
Keith Mansfield didn’t quite know what to expect from his Kennedy softball team this season. more
Jalen Cuello remembers the day his life took a frightening turn — one that looked to end his basketball career forever. more
About a week or so before the start to the season, Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy head coach John Reingold struck an optimistic tone when he talked about how his Tigers team would shape up this season. more
As far as high school sports go, it would not be the first one to come to mind. more
Seton Park was the scene of a showdown last Friday that took the High School of American Studies and Bathgate to extra innings. And it was ultimately decided by an errant throw that resulted in a heartbreaking loss for the Senators. more
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