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Michelle Kim has been pretty busy since she graduated from Bronx Science this past spring. more
Healy Tureski was sitting near his old dugout at Seton Park, a place he called home as a key part of the Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy baseball team for the past four seasons. more
The O’Hagan twins are finally separating, with Patrick going to Colgate, and Pierce to Boston College. more
There was a time when the John F. Kennedy girls softball program had no idea the weapon it had in its midst. more
If anyone was to ever log the number of hours Phoebe May spent at Fieldston in her four years there, it is not hyperbole to suggest no other student or staff member came close to her time. more
If you followed high school softball in the Bronx the past few seasons, you already know the name Anna Leidner. It’s a name that sent chills through opposing players and coaches while instilling a quiet confidence in her own team, the Bronx Science Wolverines. more
Unlike most recent high school graduates whose only summer plan is to wile away their final free days before college starts, Marc Mendel has jumped right into the next chapter of his life. more
It was never hard to find Teddy Lowen during the school year. more
Sommer Code remembers herself a shy freshman at Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy, desperately needing an outlet to help her come out of her shell. more
Basketball was more than just a game for Jaiden Lewis. For the recent Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy graduate, it was what helped him get through high school — and help set up his future. more
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