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The 50 miles between Cardinal Hayes High School and the U.S. Military Academy transitions from a busy urban corridor to rural hilly terrain along Palisades Parkway. There’s a natural ease for embracing the difference in lifestyle between the Bronx and West Point — two places whose only apparent commonality is the state each calls home. more
The South Riverdale Little League would love nothing more than to hold games on their own fields, said Peter Gauss, the local league’s co-president. But it seems that handing out permits isn’t a priority for the parks department. more
It's difficult to say what society will be like in mid-June as New York makes an attempt to come out from under the coronavirus pandemic storm clouds. But whatever happens, there is one thing that is certain: RiverFest, the annual festival on the grounds of the College of Mount Saint Vincent, won't be happening this year. more
Wednesday, March 11, was the last normal day T.J. Stuart can remember. All was right with his world that day as Stuart, a Manhattan College senior right-hander, was set to pitch against Sacred Heart University in a road game in Fairfield, Connecticut. more
When the New Dorp girls basketball team arrived at Bronx Science for a Public School Athletic League quarterfinal playoff game last week, the Cougars came armed with stellar sophomore guard Sydney Gomes, widely considered one of the top players in the city. After averaging a little more than 23 points a game during the regular season, Gomes upped her play a level or two in the postseason. more
It was early afternoon on Thursday and Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello and his Jaspers were still feeling the sting of their season-ending loss to Siena the night before. The Jaspers’ stay in Atlantic City for the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament lasted two days. more
The coronavirus pandemic has affected all levels of sports. And even though the MAAC tournament tried to slip through one last tournament in Atlantic City, it just wasn’t fast enough. And before the Manhattan College women’s basketball team could even take the court, their postseason was over. more
Sarang West and Carolina Lopez have done a lot of winning in their three seasons at Bronx Science. A lot of winning. The Wolverines’ junior gems have been on the victorious end of 50 of 56 games in their careers, posting a near-flawless 33-1 home record, winning two Bronx A South Division titles.  And, shortly they’ll make their second appearance in the quarterfinal round of the Public School Athletic League playoffs. more
Back in early December, after they had just dropped their CUNY Athletic Conference opener to John Jay, it looked as though the Lehman Lightning — at 1-5 — was destined for a second straight forgettable season. Lightning head coach Steve Schulman urged calm, saying it was just a matter of time before all the new faces on the Lehman roster became more familiar with each other. Better days, Schulman said, were on the horizon. Patience was all that was required. more
It was late in the game. Just a handful of seconds were left until Joel Jimenez’ high school basketball career would be over. The scoreboard at Scholars Academy’s gym, just a long three-pointer from the sands of Rockaway Beach in Queens, told the grim tale for Jimenez and his IN-Tech Academy teammates: Scholars Academy 46, IN-Tech 40. more
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