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LADY KNIGHTS forward Robyn Jenkins, above center, drives toward the basket against Manhattan Center. Much to the surprise of the Lady Rams, Kennedy finished the game with a flourish, scoring 23 … more
Jackie Harari’s schedule the past 11 months has been a rather full one. Her daily itinerary has for much of the past year included her usual heavy workload at school, as well as major knee surgery and countless hours of grueling rehab. What it didn’t include was any basketball — her injury from last February sidelined Harari for almost an entire calendar year. more
Nicole Price doesn’t have a lot of free time on her hands these days. When she’s not teaching English at IN-Tech Academy, she’s rushing to monitor study hall for the boys basketball team. Once study hall is completed, it’s off to the gym for the daily two-plus hours of practice. more
The Manhattan College men’s basketball team bus was still a couple hours away from home as it chugged down the New York State Thruway last Sunday night after a weekend in Western New York. There was no blaring music. No loud celebrations. No evidence at all about what the Jaspers had pulled off to open the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference season. more
It was shortly after the Bronx Science girls soccer team had just put the wraps on its 1-0 victory over McKee in the second round of the Public School Athletic League playoffs that head coach Annie Eckstein turned her focus to the Wolverines’ mega quarterfinal matchup with No. 2 seed Francis Lewis. more
It had been nearly two full months since the Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy girls soccer team had last tasted defeat. That setback came on Sept. 12 in a 4-3 loss to Truman. more
It was shaping up to be quite a memorable time at Lehman last week. 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
When the American Studies boys basketball team arrived for their first home game of the season, there was still some lingering bitterness among the Senators left over from a deflating three-point loss at Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy a few days earlier. more
Jesse Boyce is not your typical college senior. There are the endless hours dedicated to practice and games as a member of the Manhattan College men’s basketball team, and even longer hours spent dealing with the heavy classwork load that comes with his dual majors in finance and accounting. more
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