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The Wolverines have won in a variety of ways over the course of Bronx Science’s current nine-game winning streak. They’ve won close games. They’ve won ugly games. And they also have seen their fair share of blowout victories. more
Ray Barile had an inkling he lucked into something special four years ago. That’s when Ella Anthony and the Robbins twins — Halley and Julia — walked into Horace Mann’s gym and changed a program. more
Last week brought an unexpected surprise to American Studies in the form of a second home playoff game. One that came after the Senators’ senior core of Jacqui Harari, Emily Eljamal, Cayla Klein and Emma Bartolazo had already said their goodbyes to their home gym after their first-round playoff win over Community Health Academy. more
American Studies’ narrow, two-point loss to Gompers in the regular-season finale did more than cost the Senators the Bronx B West Division title. It cost them a high seed in the Public School Athletic League playoffs, and the chance to host multiple home games. more
Michael Lepetit didn’t know what he was getting into when he took over as head coach of the Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy boys wrestling team four years ago. He took the job, he said, because no one else would, and he didn’t want to see the program fold. more
Last week brought the end of the regular season for the Bronx Science girls basketball team, and with it two very important goals to achieve before the postseason tipped off. more
The American Studies’ quartet of Jacqui Harari, Emily Eljamal, Emma Bartolazo and Cayla Klein had a plan for last Friday. more
Bronx Science’s victory over KIPP last Thursday was barely in the books, but Sarang West was already looking ahead. more
Bronx Science had long since wrapped up the Bronx A Northwest Division championship when the 2019-20 Public School Athletic League season entered its homestretch last week. So all that was left for the Wolverines to do was use its final two games against Stevenson and Lehman as tune-ups for the upcoming playoffs. more
A little over two decades ago, Ray Barile’s life was touched by cancer. more
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