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December didn’t start off particularly well for the Lehman College men’s basketball team. The Lightning began the month losing its CUNY Athletic Conference opener to John Jay, saw starting point guard Will Feldman go down with an ankle injury that night, and with a 1-5 record, the season could have spiraled out of control. more
Kai Parris remembers the tortured existence he endured last season. Then a junior for the Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy boys basketball team, Parris had big plans to carry the Tigers on his back on a deep run into the Public School Athletic League postseason. more
Ethan Lasko admits there was some trepidation when he transferred to Manhattan College from Indiana University. And it had little to do with coming to the big city. more
Lucy Del Deo has accomplished a lot in her three seasons at Bronx Science. She arrived as a freshman and helped the Wolverines claim the Bronx A South Division championship, blossomed as a sophomore when Science fell just a game shy of winning back-to-back division titles, and is currently a veteran leader on a Wolverines team that has started the season 5-0 and owns a share of first place in the division. more
Through the first two weeks of the 2019-20 Public School Athletic League basketball season, the Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy boys basketball team had the look of a legitimate title contender. We’re not just talking division title here, but the entire PSAL B Division. more
There were many things Manhattan College coach Steve Masiello was looking to accomplish when he put together his challenging 2019-20 non-conference schedule. Sure, wins were right at the top of the list, but player growth was almost as important. more
Sarang West remembered the feeling last year when Clinton came into Bronx Science’s gym and exited with a one-point win. It didn’t sit well with West then, so this time around, she made sure she reminded her Wolverines’ teammates of that stinging loss to their neighborhood rivals when the two schools got together again last week. more
Before their 2019-20 season tipped off last week, the American Studies girls basketball team huddled together with head coach Ryan Hondorf to compile a list of goals for this year’s campaign. more
If the Lehman College men’s basketball team is to erase the memories of last year’s forgettable season, the one thing the Lightning needs to avoid are injuries — especially to key … more
Johnny Mathis just smiles as he sits in his customary seat on the Kennedy bench. His Knights had just dropped a 47-44 decision to Truman in their season opener, but Mathis still wears a grin, just happy to be around the game he loves. more
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