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On a scale of one to 10, Bronx Science’s game against neighborhood rival Clinton came in at right around a two. more
The chirping, according to Nicholas Bliss, began following American Studies’ Nov. 28 victory over archrival Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy. And it continued last week when the two schools — separated by a mere two miles — met for the final time this season. more
When it comes to running cross-country, Matthew Billings takes it both seriously — and literally. more
Taking care of children is something that every governor should do. And this past Friday, Clinton did just that. more
Heading into the Christmas break, American Studies boys basketball coach Michael Hamlett was feeling pretty good about his Senators’ season. more
Like many people, Michael Mei is not too fond of Mondays. Well, maybe not all Mondays, but Monday, Jan. 7, in particular, was not one of Mei’s favorites. more
The first thing you noticed when you strolled into Bronx Science’s gym last week was the gleaming new floor the school had put down over the Christmas break. more
It was Suzuki Lin’s birthday, but with the holiday break just ending and the basketball season starting up right away, there was little time for her American Studies basketball teammates to go shopping for a present. Plus, some say she’s a little hard to shop for. more
Former Marquette coach Al Maguire had a famous saying about first-year college basketball players: “The best thing about freshmen is they become sophomores.” more
The decision to attend Lehman College after a stellar basketball career at nearby Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy was not a hard one for Will Feldman. more
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