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Giants Need a Quarterback

Andrew Hahn

January 19, 2019

Filed under National/International Sports, Sports

The NFL season doesn’t officially end until February 3 with the playing of Super Bowl LIII. However, for many Giants fans, the season was over in October when the team started with a 1-7 record. Despite a great year by their...

Wambach’s Wolfpack

Deme Apostolou, Op Ed Editor

January 17, 2019

Filed under Op-Ed, Showcase, Sports

Abby Wambach was a member of the US women's national soccer team from 2003 to 2015. Wambach is a two time Olympic gold medalist and a six-time winner of the US Soccer Player of the Year award. Playing forward, Abby holds the world...

The new sports betting laws has got the NBA using the EPL as a model

Jonathan Kim

January 16, 2019

Filed under National/International Sports, Sports

The NBA is preparing to double down on policing its players, teams, and staff amid the expansion of legalized sports gambling in the United States, deputy commissioner Mark Tatum told ESPN. Speaking in the United Kingdom on...

Two playoff hopefuls: Can the small market Sacramento Kings and Charlotte Hornets squeeze into the top 16?

Jonathan Kim

January 16, 2019

Filed under National/International Sports, Sports

  The Sacramento Kings began a season-long six-game road trip Thursday night at the Charlotte Hornets, who know a thing or two about long road trips themselves. The Hornets are back home in Spectrum Center after their...

New Rules For 2019 NBA Lottery

Luke Bakshandeh, Senior School News Editor

January 3, 2019

Filed under National/International Sports, Sports

  The changes that will be implemented for the 2019 Draft and Lottery will make this draft and future drafts unlike any of the previous drafts. In September 2017, the NBA Board of Governors approved changes to the NBA...

Patriots Star Stepping Away From Football

Sophia Vlahakis

December 27, 2018

Filed under National/International News, National/International Sports, News, Sports

The New England Patriots Wide Receiver, Josh Gordon, announced he was stepping away from football following a suspension. The NFL stated that Gordon is facing an indefinite ban for violating terms under the NFL's drug policy....

College Football Regular Season is a Double Elimination Tournament

Andrew Hahn

November 24, 2018

Filed under National/International Sports, Sports

Well…not exactly, but pretty close. The College Football Playoff (CFP) was started in 2014 and involves the top four teams in the nation playing in semifinal games, with the winners battling each other for the national championship....

These NBA rookies Need More Playing Time

Jonathan Kim

November 12, 2018

Filed under National/International Sports, Sports

Some NBA rookies need to be eased in, but there are five from the 2018 draft class who aren't getting enough minutes. They've performed well in limited action and deserve more time to play through mistakes. Though it's still...

Will Butler to the 76ers give the push necessary to topple the East?

Jonathan Kim

November 12, 2018

Filed under National/International Sports, Sports

In a blockbuster trade to send an ailing and frustrated Timberwolves Star into the rival Eastern Conference, Jimmy Butler has found himself in a contending position to conquer the East without Lebron James.  The Raptors, Bucks,...

The Red Sox and Their World Series Glory

Sophia Vlahakis

November 8, 2018

Filed under National/International Sports, Sports

It took 86 years for the Red Sox to win the World Series title after 1918. The most loyal, passionate fan could have lived a healthy life without seeing the Red Sox take the title. This is what made the 2004 win huge for Boston....

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