MOVING GIRLS SOCCER TO AUTUMN BRINGS FIELD ACCESS CONTROVERSY

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Mix field access with youth athletics and throw in a claim of gender discrimination for good measure, and you’ve got all the ingredients for a classic New York City local sports controversy. Like many, this one simply refuses to cool. It just keeps simmering. In January, the Department of Education decided to switch the Public [&hellip
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COLLEGIATE, TRINITY NET BASKETBALL WINS

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The scene on Sunday at Fieldston was one of playoff passion, where some basketball dreams came true and others fell short. By the time the action had ended, the New York State Association of Independent Schools had crowned four champions as Collegiate won the boys’ “B” Division while Trinity claimed the title in the “C” [&hellip
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DUTCHMEN SHAKE UP IVY LEAGUE

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After teams win their first championship, they tend to react in one of two ways. Burdened by higher expectations, they either feel the pressure and fall into mediocrity, or they respond with renewed boldness, determined to make winning a habit. If the Collegiate School basketball team’s Ivy League opponents had any dreams of the Dutchmen [&hellip
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A GRAPPLER FROM THE GET-GO

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Cameron Wertheimer seems a natural for the water. He’s a solid water polo player and describes waterskiing as his best sport. His great grandfather was an accomplished swimmer in his native Austria and another forebear was known for being able to hold his breath underwater for more than two minutes
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