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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
Toma Gojcevic was fighting a nasty summer cold, one he said he picked up on a recent trip to Montenegro. more
At first, Brendan Lawler chuckled at the question. Then he gave it some deep thought. more
Jorden Scott’s summer has been a busy one. more
Casey Melilli can only laugh when she talks about it. But it’s not a laugh of joy by any stretch. It’s one more borne out of frustration — the frustration that comes from reaching the City University of New York Athletic Conference women’s soccer championship game in two of the past three seasons, and coming away empty each time. more
Michelle Kim has been pretty busy since she graduated from Bronx Science this past spring. more
Healy Tureski was sitting near his old dugout at Seton Park, a place he called home as a key part of the Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy baseball team for the past four seasons. more
Joe Jacques gets to sleep in late these days. more
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