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It is without question the most mundane part of a team’s practice: Special teams. more
Coming off a lopsided loss in its season opener to King, the Fieldston Eagles took a stroll down the road to take on Horace Mann for the Lions’ homecoming game last Saturday in search of their first victory. more
Joe Otero was understandably concerned about his quarterback situation heading into the season after Riverdale Country School’s long-time starter Ryan Rosenzweig graduated. But if last Saturday’s game is any indication, he need not worry about who his quarterback is. more
As they huddled in the south end zone following their season-opening contest with King High School of Connecticut, the Fieldston Eagles were the picture of dejection. more
Despite playing in different conferences, a rich history exists between the Manhattan Jaspers and the Fordham Rams, given their close proximity, something that could be felt as both teams locked horns last Sunday for the 26th annual “Battle of the Bronx” game. more
On an equipment building on the far side of Kennedy’s football field are reminders of the glory days of Knights football. more
Last season ended in heartbreak for the Fieldston Eagles when they fell to Hackley at home in a contest that decided the championship of the Metropolitan Independent Football League. And now the Eagles enter the 2018 season without a bevy of talented players from that team, such as Josh Godosky, and Pierce and Patrick O’Hagan, who have moved on to college. more
In what is seemingly a continuation of last season’s success, the Manhattan College men’s soccer program is off to an impressive 3-0-0 start to its 2018 season. It’s the Jaspers’ hottest start in 32 seasons — the last time they opened with three straight wins happening in 1986. more
Joe Otero had just put a wrap on practice last week when he was asked about the turnover his Riverdale Country School program had endured since last season. He mentioned up to 10 freshmen dotting his roster for the upcoming football season, and that one of them could end up as his starting quarterback. more
With a full season under his belt as a head coach and his system firmly in place, DeWitt Clinton football coach John Applebee says the next thing to check off on his to-do list is changing the culture around his Governors team. more
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