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2020 Free Agents

Natalie Wells

October 16, 2020

First things first, congratulations to the Los Angeles Lakers on their hard-fought championship. But now that the Finals are past us, the 2020 NBA offseason has officially begun. When the offseason begins, so does the speculation...

Wild Card Series Preview

Sophia Vlahakis, Editor-in-Chief, News and Sports

September 28, 2020

Between the pandemic and the tense back and forth between players and owners, it was questionable as to if the MLB would have a season let alone finish one, but at last, baseball made it to the postseason. Following this unusual...

Your NL Cy Young is…

Sophia Vlahakis, Editor-in-Chief, News and Sports

September 20, 2020

Jacob deGrom; the pitcher who is arguably the best of his generation, Trevor Bauer; the pitcher who has made a name for himself with his antics on and off the field, and Yu Darvish; the pitcher who is finally maximizing his potential,...


Sophia Vlahakis, Editor-in-chief, News and Sports

August 26, 2020

Joe Kelly was harshly made an example of by Rob Manfred-the kind of severity that the world of baseball hoped the Astros would get-and it becomes clear that the Astros continue to walk away relatively unscathed. It was cle...

The Impossible Happened

Sophia Vlahakis, Senior School News Editor

May 1, 2020

20 years ago, deep in the NFL Draft, the Patriots chose Tom Brady with the 199th pick, and since, it has been a nightmare for the rest of football. Matched with Bill Belichick, the coach-player combination has been the most...

Top Four NBA Draft Pick Predictions

Brendan Conniff, Writer

April 27, 2020

After the NBA season came to a screeching halt because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the four worst teams in the NBA record-wise are the Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers, Minnesota Timberwolves, and Atlanta Hawks. Assumi...

NFL Mock Draft Top 5 Picks

Brendan Conniff, Writer

March 8, 2020

The 2020 NFL Combine gave college prospects the ability to display their talent. Whether it be in the 40-yard dash, the three cone drill, or the bench press, every event was filled with players who exceeded all expectations. That...

The Death of a Legend

Luke Bakshandeh, Editor in Chief, News and Sports

January 27, 2020

On January 26th, 2020, the world lost a man who's impact not only on basketball, but on the world, will never be forgotten. Stars from  the NBA, fans, and friends showed their emotions in tributes on social media to honor...

5 Key Factors in Green Bay’s Win over Seattle

January 13, 2020

GREEN BAY, Wis. - No playoff lead against the Seattle Seahawks is safe. At least not for the Green Bay Packers. The Packers learned that the hard way five years ago, leading the Seahawks in Seattle for 55 minutes of the NFC c...

Should Fizdale be Fired?

Scott Butler, Writer

November 17, 2019

Knicks Coach David Fizdale appears to be in danger of losing his job. Fizdale is in his second season of a four year contract rumored to be worth $22 million. He had been considered one of the top free agent head coaches on the ...

Is Jacob deGrom Bound for Cooperstown?

Andrew Hahn, Writer

November 17, 2019

The New York Mets star pitcher Jacob deGrom just nabbed his second consecutive Cy Young Award, reaffirming his place as the best pitcher in the National League.  With two successive dominant seasons, deGrom has shown that he is one...

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