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Sometimes Gus Ornstein just needs to get away from the hustle and bustle of running his Fieldston football program. Especially after enduring a tough loss. more
After seeing his Fieldston football team turned into a MASH unit following its season-opening loss to Dalton — a game which saw him lose starters Jake Horowitz, Jake Diamond and Owen Schacht — head coach Gus Ornstein was concerned with what he’d have to work with for his Week 2 battle with neighborhood rival Horace Mann. more
It was a few minutes before the Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy girls soccer team was set to kick off the 2019 season when head coach Julienne Krause sized up her team’s opposition, the Lehman Lions. more
The Bronx Science boys soccer team has been a consistent power in the Bronx A Division for years. The Wolverines regularly cop the division crown, make deep runs in the Public School Athletic League playoffs, and have generally been considered the cream of Bronx soccer. more
Alex Vega couldn’t wait for the start of the 2019 season. The Kennedy football coach knew he might have a special team on his hands, one he thought would benefit from a full year in his system and in his weight room. more
About everything that could go right was going right for the Fieldston football program last Saturday. more
Phil Treglia is something of a football lifer. From starting quarterback at Iona Prep in the early 1990s to coaching stints at Hackley and Stepinac in Westchester, and — most recently — Staples High School in Connecticut, football has coursed through Treglia’s veins for quite some time. more
There was very little time between when Alex Vega accepted the head coaching position at John F. Kennedy Campus, and when he actually took the reins of the football program last season heading straight into the opening kickoff. There was barely time for introductions, never mind learning new offensive and defensive schemes. more
John Applebee thought a move might be coming, and he wasn’t surprised when the Public School Athletic League handed down its decision. The Clinton Governors football team, which has struggled the past several seasons, were shifted from the league’s City Conference to the Bowl Conference. more
When we last saw the Horace Mann Lions’ football team last November, they were knee-deep in the hoopla of celebrating their 14-6 victory over Dalton. It was a triumph which gave the Lions their second straight Ivy League championship and third title in four seasons. more
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