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The sting from the last meeting with the King School lasted 11 months for Fieldston. It was Oct. 22 when the Eagles entertained the Vikings on its home field, suffering a humbling 22-point loss. more
Joe Otero was devastated by the death of Mount Saint Michael football player Dominick Bess last week, and he wasn’t alone — his passing was mourned by the Bronx high school football community and beyond. more
Gus Ornstein is excited. Don’t believe it? Just listen to how often the Fieldston head football coach uses the word to describe his Eagles’ upcoming season. more
First the bad news. Last year’s all-everything running back Avery Hoffman now calls the University of Pennsylvania home. The good news? Riverdale Country School has virtually everyone else returning for this season, meaning the Falcons are fully equipped for a three-peat run at the King of the Hill crown. more
There was no stopping Nina Leonard on April 12. The Riverdale City Grill Angels' slugger belted three home runs — including a grand slam — while collecting 9 RBIs in an 11-4 win over the Jaguars in a South Riverdale Little League game. more
Being a head football coach was something always burning inside John Applebee. A passionate lifelong fan of the game, running his own program was something that was always Applebee’s most ardent desire. more
Gus Ornstein is excited. Augie Tieri’s voice was raspy at best. The second-year head football coach at John F. Kennedy High School just interrupted an interview for about 10 seconds while he barked instructions at his players. When he returned, his voice was just above a whisper. more
There was a lot of optimism surrounding the Horace Mann football program last season. more
Unlike many of the larger schools in the New York City public school system, Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy is at a bit of a disadvantage when it comes to filling out rosters for its sports programs. more
Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy’s volleyball team was anxious to get back out on the floor. It had been 10 months since the Lady Tigers were last together as a unit, back when they laid claim to the school’s first-ever Public School Athletic League city championship last November. more
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