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While there is no official way to determine where the Manhattan College men’s basketball team stands in terms of being among the youngest programs in the NCAA, it’s not a stretch to suggest the Jaspers are near the top when it comes to youthful rosters. more
Brody McGuinn found out in a casual phone conversation with his friend and teammate, Rae Silverman. Charlie Silberstein got the word from McGuinn a short time later. more
Entering Monday night’s game against Masters School, it had been 80 days since the Horace Mann girls basketball team had last suffered a defeat. During that time, the Lions piled up 19 straight wins, vaulted up the rankings to the No. 2 spot in the state, and won the school’s first Ivy League title in 21 years. more
The Manhattan Jaspers entered last weekend playing some of their best ball of the season. Winners of five of their last six — including a victory over Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference heavyweight Rider — the Jaspers seemed to be hitting on all cylinders with the conference season rapidly drawing to a close. more
Most people ring in the new year by entertaining friends and family, or watching an endless stream of college football Bowl games on television. more
There was a brief time when the Robbins twins, Halley and Julia, were not as close as they are now. That time spanned all of 90 minutes, and it came the day the twins were born. more
The shrieks, the hugs and the high-fives gave the impression the American Studies girls basketball team had just won Powerball instead of a playoff game. The sounds of pure joy coming from the Senators were the result of tasting a victory they weren’t sure was coming. more
Manhattan College’s Draddy Gymnasium was the setting for this year’s Buzzell Game, pitting the Horace Mann Lions against the Riverdale Falcons for local Bronx bragging rights. And when the final buzzer sounded, it was Riverdale who celebrated a 63-57 victory. more
It had been almost two full months since the Bronx Science Wolverines had last seen their old nemesis, Mott Haven. Christmas and New Year’s had come and gone, so did Groundhog Day for that matter. more
On paper, there wasn’t a whole lot riding on the regular-season finale for both the American Studies girls basketball team and their counterparts at Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy. more
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