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There was nothing normal about last week for Dan Skilins and his Bronx Science girls volleyball team. Sure, the Wolverines had another Public School Athletic League matchup on tap, this time against Walton. And yes, the Wolverines’ 76-game winning streak in regular season games was still very much alive. more
The first sign last Friday was going to be a good day for the Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy girls volleyball team came during pregame warm-ups. It was then several players from Roosevelt, the Lady Tigers’ opponent, were overheard talking about “all the banners” RKA had adorning the walls of their gym. more
The sting of barely missing out on the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference postseason tournament party last year lasted well into the offseason for the Manhattan Jaspers men’s soccer team. So what was head coach Jorden Scott’s plan to combat a similar fate this season? Load up on prime-time programs in the non-conference portion of the Jaspers’ schedule with the goal being having a more battle-tested team once MAAC season arrived. more
Coney Island has long been a destination for a good time. Whether it’s a stroll on the famed boardwalk, downing a dog or three at the original Nathan’s, or braving a ride on the iconic Cyclone, Coney Island is a little slice of New York where people can’t help but have a good time. Just don’t count the Kennedy Knights among those people. more
As if the Bronx Science girls volleyball team wasn’t menacing enough already, what with its 74-game, regular-season winning streak the past six-plus seasons. Now head coach Dan Skilins has taken to unleashing his second unit on an already intimidated Public School Athletic League. more
It was just a couple of minutes after his Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy boys soccer team had wrapped up its fourth victory of the season. But instead of celebrating, all Tigers head coach Will Cushing wanted to talk about was a loss from the previous week. more
There was very little time between when Alex Vega accepted the head coaching position at John F. Kennedy Campus, and when he actually took the reins of the football program last season heading straight into the opening kickoff. There was barely time for introductions, never mind learning new offensive and defensive schemes. more
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
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