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Sure, they were the 25th-seeded team in the 26-team field in the Public School Athletic League volleyball playoffs. And yes, they faced steep odds of making a deep postseason run. more
Ava Grill Dubois could barely contain her enthusiasm. The American Studies senior third baseman had just helped her Senators take down John F. Kennedy Campus in a pivotal softball game, and in the process laid claim to the Bronx A-1 Division crown for the first time. more
Over the past four seasons, the Bronx Science boys volleyball team has posted a combined 37-3 regular-season record, shared three Bronx A Division crowns, and posted an unbeaten regular season this year while winning the division crown outright. more
Bronx Science had seen this movie before. Twice in fact. more
It wasn’t that long ago when the John F. Kennedy Campus boys volleyball team was little more than a league doormat. more
Pete Nizzari didn’t like what he was seeing last week, and it had nothing to do with the three medical procedures he has had performed on his right eye to correct a detached retina. more
Last season — Mike Cole’s first as head coach of the Manhattan College baseball team — ended in bitter disappointment when the Jaspers lost out on the final spot in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference postseason tournament on a tiebreaker to Niagara. more
It was three years ago when Ethan Chen informed his parents he would make Bronx Science his high school alma mater. more
A few things you need to know about Tom Cosgrove. more
Richard Pardo and Branden Estevez both drew the short straw. The Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy baseball team had just set up shop to practice on a field in Van Cortlandt Park. The bats were pulled out, the pitching screens set up, and a brisk two-hour practice was about to commence. more
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