Thursday, Sept. 17, 2009


PSAL Soccer preview

It didn’t take long for Yong Sung Kim to grow adjusted to varsity soccer. As a freshman, he scored 12 goals, leading the Lehman boys soccer team to the PSAL Class A city championship game. Read more…

Coach Crane faces a season-long construction project at Spellman

It was the perfect end of the season, and an ideal end of Joe DeSimone’s career as Cardinal Spellman football coach. Read more…

CHSAA Bronx Girls’ Volleyball

The Cardinal Spellman girls volleyball team is a perennial contender in CHSAA Bronx/Westchester and the New York Archdiocese. If the Falcons aren’t winning titles, they’re usually the runner-up. Read more…

St. Cath’s brings back its core

The St. Catharine Academy girls volleyball team is a perennial underdog in CHSAA Bronx/Westchester, so when senior setter Lauren Paylor was told the Crusaders were the favorites this year, she didn’t believe it. Read more…

Monday, Sept. 14, 2009


Relying on defense

Zoe Loveman isn’t quick to point out a weakness in her Riverdale girls soccer team. Read more…

Top seniors lead Science girls’ soccer

Josh Zuckerman compared the function of a strong midfield to that of a spine. Without it, the rest of the body cannot function properly. Read more…

Young Kennedy team expects tough times

Alex Vega has been a part of the John F. Kennedy football program for 18 years, going back to when he was a 14-year-old freshman at the Bronx school. He can recite the team’s achievements at the drop of a hat: five PSAL city titles, two state crowns, and the Knights have missed the playoffs three times since 1981. Read more…

New offense excites Cardinal Hayes

Kwamayne Davis spent the past two seasons learning and growing comfortable in the flex bone offense at Cardinal Hayes. Now, in is his third season as the starter, the senior quarterback can chuck that playbook aside. Read more…

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