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After over forty years at Shea Stadium, the Mets opened the 2009 season at Citi Field, their new park.

How ‘Bout Them Mets?

Lily Zufall, Staff Reporter January 12, 2022

New York City is home to two baseball teams. One is the Yankees, who have won the World Series more times than any other team (27 titles to 11 from their runner-up) and boast some of the best names in...

At one of their first home games of the season, the Boys Varsity Soccer Team had an impressive crowd of spectators, larger than they have ever seen in years past.

School? Sports? We Can Do It All, and Thanks to a New Sports Awareness, Everyone is Starting to See It Too

Josephine Kinlan, Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

Bronx Science undoubtedly holds a reputation as one of the strongest schools - particularly STEM schools - in the nation, but fewer people know about our prowess in sports. Our Girls Varsity Volleyball...

Cloud9, the third seed of North America represented by Perkz (Luka Perković). The sword represents Yasuo, the blades behind him represent Irelia and the spectral orb in his right hand represents Ahri.

It’s Global Warfare in the League of Legends Esports — For Whom Will You Cheer?

Sophie Livingstone, Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

As COVID-19 mandates slowly begin to lift, the world of sports is beginning to flourish once more. Home audiences are captivated, watching hours of content on television, all while cheering for their favorite...

To what extent has the NFL adapted and made changes needed to address societal issues in 2021?

Football Has Changed: Did It Go the Right Way?

Griffin Weiss, Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

Our world has changed dramatically throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, and with it, so has entertainment. However, despite these major world alterations, our timeless source of intrigue, sports, remained...

Max Verstappen (Top) and Red Bull have been able to challenge Mercedes and take the crown for best car.

Lewis Hamilton As the Greatest? A Discussion of Formula 1 Racing Greats

Issay Niki, Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

Robert Horry is the greatest basketball player of all time. Okay, maybe not, but he has won the most championships in the NBA since 1980, the beginning of the modern era, more than legends such as LeBron,...

The “family” comes together before a game.

An Exciting Return For Boys’ Varsity Soccer

Ryan Goldsmith, Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

It’s a cool Friday afternoon at Harris Field. Dozens of Bronx Science students crowd the sidelines as a ball rolls toward Anis Mustapha-Sabbat ’23 in the corner of the soccer field. When the ball reaches...

Zoe Stanley 23 racewalks during the 2019 winter track season at the Armory.

The Unsung Sport of Racewalking

Felicia Jennings-Brown, Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

It’s a conundrum: a track event, where running gets you disqualified. Most people only know it as a “weird way of racing on foot.” The rules are fairly simple; you should keep the leg coming down...

The University of Kentucky’s Volleyball team poses with the fruits of their victory -  swag gear, banners, confetti, and pieces of the volleyball net - in the NCAA tournament, after they defeated the Texas Longhorns to take home their first ever NCAA Championship title.

The NCAA Volleyball Championship is Back!

Josephine Kinlan, Staff Reporter June 22, 2021

Boom! The gym erupts as Kentucky’s outside hitter, Alli Stumler, puts down yet another kill against the Texas Longhorns, but only to become quiet at the serve, and then erupt again as Texas University’s...

Huong Doan 24 practices her serve during a Girls Varsity Badminton practice.

The Girls’ Varsity Badminton Team Makes a Comeback

Saira Billah, Staff Reporter June 15, 2021

Sports just started opening up again for Bronx Science students this past April 2021 as the Coronavirus pandemic slowly lessens in New York City given the widespread vaccination of its citizens. Many students...

FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland is home of the 2021 NFL Draft.

A Review of This Year’s NFL Draft: The Winners, the Losers, and Everything in Between

Ethan Weinberg, Staff Reporter June 15, 2021

“With the first pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars select Trevor Lawrence, Quarterback, Clemson.” Beginning with those words, this year’s NFL Draft began. In the annual affair...

If Anthony Davis does not regain his form, the Lakers are in serious trouble.

Should the Lakers Be Worried About Anthony Davis?

Javid Saleh-Esa, Staff Reporter June 14, 2021

The 2020 NBA playoffs were a revelation for Anthony Davis. For many, his brilliant performances secured his superstar status in the NBA. Some even ranked him as one of the three best players in the world....

“When college teams start paying their athletes, it will make the fans question who they’re rooting for — the team that they associate themselves with, or the player themselves,” said Ellie White of Northfield, Michigan.

To Pay or Not To Pay, That Is The Question: College Athletes

Lucy Del Deo, Staff Reporter June 12, 2021

Being a Division I athlete is a full time job. Not only are these college athletes students responsible for keeping up with their full course load and making sure that their grades meet the cutoff scores,...

Real Madrid, a football club which prides itself in being the team with the most Champions League trophies in history (13 of them), is willing to leave its glory in the past for a new competition.

A Failed European Super League

Sakeef Kibria, Staff Reporter June 11, 2021

Football is built on the idea of that which is earned, not that which is given. Every club in the Premier League, England’s top tier of football, does not have a permanent place there; if a team plays...

Fans gather to protest the European soccer league.

Is the Essence of International Soccer Being Corrupted by Money?

Ben Raab, Staff Reporter June 10, 2021

On April 19th, 2021, the announcement of the formation of the 'European Super League' threw fanatic and casual soccer fans alike into turmoil. An idea that had been tossed around for quite some time up...

“Protein-rich meals are the most important part to building muscle. The extra sauce helps me to meet my daily intake goals of 3,100 calories and makes everything tasty, said Shams Rupak 21.

Staying In Shape

Shomit Mian, Staff Reporter June 10, 2021

It is no secret that the global Coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on us, mentally and physically. From irregular sleep schedules to eye strains, quarantining during the pandemic has not been the best...

MJF leads The Pinnacle to victory against Chris Jericho’s Inner Circle at the first ever AEW Blood & Guts match.

Who Won the Wednesday Night Wars?

Saad Khandakar, Staff Reporter June 9, 2021

“It’s Wednesday and you know what that means.” That is how the legendary commentator Jim Ross opens every AEW Dynamite, commemorating the life of former TNT champion, Brodie Lee. When Cageside...

Serena Williams prepares to serve during 2013 U.S. Open. Williams competitive nature has helped her to play her best on the court, but it has also added pressure on her to achieve and to break world records, which may affect her performance.

Is Serena Williams Retiring? An Overview of Her Tennis Legacy and Her Life Outside the Court

Dorothea Dwomoh, Staff Reporter May 1, 2021

When Serena Williams lost to Naomi Osaka at the 2021 Women’s Australian Open, Williams congratulated her and left the tennis court teary-eyed and waving gracefully. The loss was a painful one for Williams...

Juventus spent over $100 million in order to acquire Ronaldo, in the hopes of finally notching a UEFA Champions League title.

Has Cristiano Ronaldo Made Juventus Worse? A Critique of the Portuguese Professional Footballer Who Plays as a Forward for the Serie A Club

Javid Saleh-Esa, Staff Reporter May 1, 2021

“I will do the impossible and win the Champions League with Juventus,” Cristiano Ronaldo said during his Juventus introductory press conference.  After enjoying much success during his brilliant...

The RB16B, based on last years RB16, is Red Bulls challenger for the 2021 Formula 1 World Championship.

Max Verstappen: World Championship Challenger in the 2021 Formula 1 Racing Season

Alex Gallagher, Staff Reporter May 1, 2021

With the opening of the 2021 Formula 1 racing season, the Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team is coming off of seven consecutive constructors titles in the sport, ranging from their first in 2014 when they nailed...

Sedona Prince is the 67 Oregon forward who is leading the fight for equity in womens basketball.

Dancing to Two Different Tunes: Extreme Inequality For Male and Female Athletes During March Madness

Lucy Del Deo, Staff Reporter May 1, 2021

This year has been a trying time for many student athletes as the Coronavirus pandemic has continued to rage on. For those playing Division I college basketball, their seasons were hit particularly hard....

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