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Former Marquette coach Al Maguire had a famous saying about first-year college basketball players: “The best thing about freshmen is they become sophomores.” more
The decision to attend Lehman College after a stellar basketball career at nearby Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy was not a hard one for Will Feldman. more
Life is pretty good for Pauly Paulicap these days. more
Michael Hamlett could take no more. The head coach of the American Studies boys basketball had grown increasingly frustrated with his team’s shot selection down the stretch in a tight game against Frederick Douglass Academy, and it was time to talk things over. more
It was a few minutes before Clinton’s girls basketball team was set to tip off against South Bronx, and junior guard Linda Castro was not in the pregame huddle. Instead Castro was running laps on the elevated track overlooking the Lady Governors’ home court as she tried to coax her injured ankle into game shape. more
Courtney Bradshaw knew what he was getting into. And he was fine with it. more
There was no stopping Nina Leonard on April 12. The Riverdale City Grill Angels' slugger belted three home runs — including a grand slam — while collecting 9 RBIs in an 11-4 win over the Jaguars in a South Riverdale Little League game. more
LADY KNIGHTS forward Robyn Jenkins, above center, drives toward the basket against Manhattan Center. Much to the surprise of the Lady Rams, Kennedy finished the game with a flourish, scoring 23 … more
Fieldston scored a hard-fought win on Saturday, defeating Ivy League rival Dalton 27-16. Fieldston’s Oliver Makula stiffarms Dalton’s Andrew Shein on his way to scoring a first-half … more
Kingsbridge Little League ABOVE, Yankee second baseman C.J. Farias just misses the tag out as Mets' Allan Torres slides in safely. AT FAR RIGHT, Yanks pitcher Daniel Llanos readies to … more
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