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So, how did you spend your summer vacation? more
Ask anyone and they’re sure to have vivid memories of where they were when a significant event in their life occurred. more
Joe Jacques didn’t know what to expect as he prepared for his first professional spring training last February. What he got was his most fervent wish — and more. more
There are many different types of leaders. more
Daniel Hamilton seemed to come out of nowhere this past season. And perhaps no one was more surprised at his emergence than Kennedy gymnastics coach Robert Colon. more
Baseball has been a big part of Jack Friedman’s life for some time, going back as far as first grade. And now, after four very successful seasons at American Studies, where has the game taken him? more
During her four years at Bronx Science, perhaps one of the greatest challenges dual-sport star Christina Satina had to master was balancing her heavy classroom workload with a very demanding sports schedule. more
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
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