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The Manhattan College Jaspers achieved something last week that they hadn’t accomplished since last December: Win two straight games. more
If you’re familiar with the film “Groundhog Day” when Bill Murray is forced to experience the same series of events day after day, then you’ll have an idea of how the American Studies girls basketball team was feeling after last Friday’s game against Taft. more
The first sign it was going to be a long day for the Trinity girls basketball team was when the Tigers lined up for the opening tip against Horace Mann. more
The Bronx birds battled on the hardwood over the weekend, and when the dust settled, it was the Riverdale Falcons who soared past host Fieldston Eagles 70-59. more
Three straight impressive victories had set DeWitt Clinton High School on a likely path to the postseason. And with a matchup last Friday against a Morris High School team that has struggled most of the season, a fourth straight victory for the Governors appeared to be in the cards. more
On a scale of one to 10, Bronx Science’s game against neighborhood rival Clinton came in at right around a two. more
The chirping, according to Nicholas Bliss, began following American Studies’ Nov. 28 victory over archrival Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy. And it continued last week when the two schools — separated by a mere two miles — met for the final time this season. more
When it comes to running cross-country, Matthew Billings takes it both seriously — and literally. more
Taking care of children is something that every governor should do. And this past Friday, Clinton did just that. more
Heading into the Christmas break, American Studies boys basketball coach Michael Hamlett was feeling pretty good about his Senators’ season. more
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