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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
The Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy girls soccer team had two very important pieces of business to attend to last week. First, the Lady Tigers needed to knock off Clinton in their regular-season finale to wrap up the Bronx B North Division title. Second, once the Public School Athletic League playoffs commenced, they needed to find a way to post a victory in their postseason opener and advance past the first round for the first time in several seasons. more
The Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy girls volleyball team had just closed out its first set over Lehman in typical dominating fashion. But head coach John Reingold was not exactly pleased with his Lady Tigers’ performance. more
The bus ride from Long Island home was not the joy-filled road trip Riverdale was hoping for last weekend. The Falcons, enjoying a football revival this year after several down seasons, made the trip out east to take on an undefeated Long Island Lutheran team the Falcons played just three weeks prior. In that first meeting, the Falcons ended up throwing the biggest scare of the season at the Crusaders, losing a narrow one-point decision. more
No one was exactly sure what was going to unfold last week when the Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy girls volleyball team made the short trek over to Bronx Science for the first-ever league game between the two Bronx powers. more
It was several hours before the Kennedy Knights were scheduled to host Susan Wagner in a key Public School Athletic League football game last Saturday when Kennedy head coach Alex Vega heard his phone buzz. It was a message from his junior running back, Emmanuel Nkwocha. more
Pick a sport, any sport, and you will rarely find a coach who is totally fulfilled and completely happy with his program. Take Lehman College men’s soccer coach Toma Gojcevic, for instance. To hear him talk about the Lightning’s season, one would think it’s been mediocre at best. more
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
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