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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
It was only the third day of preseason practice. But as Gus Ornstein surveyed his 2019 Fieldston Eagles, he noticed a considerable lack of beef among his players. more
Heading into last season, the Jaspers were coming off two near back-to-back appearances in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship game. Because of that, there was sky-high optimism the Manhattan College women’s soccer team was primed for another run at the title. more
There was much to celebrate about Manhattan College’s 2018 season. more
Having lost his two top scorers Salh Alzubidi and Omar Moro from a program that won two of the last three City University of New York Athletic Conference championships, one might expect Lehman College head men’s soccer coach Toma Gojcevic to be a little subdued about the upcoming season. more
As far as curses go, it’s not exactly up there with the “Curse of the Bambino,” which brought nothing but heartbreak to the Red Sox and their fans after Boston sold Babe Ruth to the Yankees prior to the 1920 season. From there, it was 86 years of misery until the Sox eventually won the World Series in 2004, their first since 1918. more
Like a lot of recent graduates, Noam Pechter will miss his school, his routine, his classmates, and his days on the basketball court and baseball diamond. more
This is not how Tom Cosgrove envisioned his 2019 baseball season unfolding. more
There are a number of potholes that can litter the road to the Major Leagues for aspiring baseball players. Slumps are never good. Neither are injuries. But Fabian Peña is facing a rather unusual obstacle as he plays his first full season of professional baseball. His road to playing time is currently being blocked not by a slump or injury, but instead by one Joey Bart. more
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