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It had been an inspiring season for the American Studies softball team. more
Bronx Science junior varsity baseball coach Chris Dahlem lights up when he talks about his freshman first baseman. One story he likes to relate occurred at a recent practice. more
Ari Wigder couldn’t bear to take his American Studies uniform off for the final time. more
It was the end of April and the Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy baseball team was at a crossroads. more
After cruising to their very first Bronx A-1 Division title this season with a near-perfect 11-1 record, the American Studies softball team opened the postseason in dominating fashion when the Senators overwhelmed Forest Hills 22-1 in the first round of the Public School Athletic League playoffs. more
There was a time this season when Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy baseball coach John Reingold wasn’t sure what he had. more
Jake Goldsmith sat slumped on the Bronx Science bench, floored at what had just happened. Ryan Kim sat with his head down while Ethan Chen sat quietly in the corner, changing out of his Wolverines’ volleyball uniform for the final time this season. more
A year after Bronx Science saw its season come to a close in a playoff loss to Port Richmond, the Wolverines had a chance to return the favor. And they did it in a big way. more
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
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