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Athletes are always being measured. Their height, their weight, their speed in the 40-yard dash. The list goes on and on. What can never be measured, what can only be gleaned from watching an athlete put in his work on a daily basis, how he practices and how he performs under pressure — is the size of his heart. more
There are some things Jake Goldsmith is going to miss about his time at Bronx Science, and there are definitely things he will not. more
Ava Grill Dubois freely admits her athletic prowess was, well, somewhat lacking when she arrived at the High School of American Studies for her freshman year. more
Ever since it won the Public School Athletic League gymnastics championship in 2011, the John F. Kennedy Campus Knights boys squad have been in search of another piece of championship hardware. more
If you’re looking for a good David versus Goliath sports story these days, you’d be hard pressed to find one better than the Riverdale Hornets boys soccer program. more
Johanna Duran got an early start on her career. A very early start. more
During his four seasons as a football standout at Horace Mann, Raphael “Ray-Ray” Silverman always stood out. more
If someone were ever to make the “Idris Idris Story,” it probably would look a lot like “Rudy.” The story of the diminutive walk-on football player who earned his way onto the varsity squad at Notre Dame and even managed to get into a regular-season game to cap his Hollywood-story career. more
Now that his days at American Studies are behind him, Casey Press has a lot of free time on his hands. That is when he’s not playing summer baseball with his New Jersey Angels team. more
Ryan Kim’s early days at Bronx Science were rather forgettable, to say the least. more
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