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The fate of every top cross country runner in the Northeast came down to the historic course at Van Cortlandt Park on Saturday. For one last time in 2022, the flats of the parade grounds and the rigors of the back hills were front and center. Runners from 11 states and Washington, D.C.,  looked to leave their mark where legends like Steve Prefontaine and Alberto Salazar once left theirs. more
The Fieldston Eagles football season came to an abrupt end Saturday as it lost to the Long Island Lutheran Crusaders, 49-14, in the first round of the playoffs. more
The well-prepared Fieldston Eagles football team controlled all aspects of the game Oct. 8 leading to a commanding 32-7 victory against the previously undefeated Riverdale Falcons. more
The Fieldston Eagles (1-3) couldn’t overcome a key injury to their starting quarterback in last week’s close loss to Morristown-Beard Crimson. And it showed in the score Saturday as they were shut out by Rye Country Day (3-1), 38-0 at Fieldston’s homecoming. more
Van Cortlandt Park has long been a destination for the best runners to showcase their talents. Every year, thousands of high schoolers from across the country take that ultimate test at the Manhattan College Cross Country Invitational. more
This past weekend, the Fieldston Eagles (1-2) high school boys football team were rolling along in the first half in their first road test of the year against Morristown-Beard Crimson (2-2) when they ran into a spate of injuries. more
A friend is only a phone call away to check in with. In some cases, it could even be a roommate who is struggling in silence. more
The Fieldston Eagles ran into the Lembo/Fishback duo juggernaut Saturday in their non-conference matchup with the visiting Montclair Kimberley Academy that ended in a 20-13 loss. more
The Fieldston Eagles got off to a slow start Saturday but started flying in the second half in a 27-2 thrashing of visiting Hackley of Tarrytown in the private high school football season kickoff. more
There seems to be a rite of passage in New York City for parks to attract talent on the basketball court. And some way and somehow the best players always end up finding each other in one location or another. One weekly fixture happening at Spuyten Duyvil Playground this summer has become a common place for these shooting stars. more
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