NBA Recap

By: Aiden Rutman es on, let’s take a look back at the most memorable headlines and events of the season so far. From cancellations due to Covid-19 protocols to electrifying slam-dunks and trade rumors, 2021 has been nothing short of entertaining for NBA fans.  A Rose in The Garden Fan-favorite point guard Derrick Rose was traded to the New York Knicks back in early February … Continue reading NBA Recap

Varsity Strong

By: Jolie Wasserman With all of the changes that our students had to endure as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, at least there will be some semblance of the normalcy with the continuation of sports. Sophomore Cat Carrafiello represented Briarcliff High School by securing her position as Lohud’s Player of the Week from her performance during the week of February 15. At the time … Continue reading Varsity Strong

Play Ball!

By: Justin Boder Four months ago, the Los Angeles Dodgers claimed its 7th World Series title, capping off a chaotic 2020 season. On April 1, baseball will be back in action (with Covid protocols, of course). Many people are wondering whether or not there will be fans in stadiums. Last year, the season came to a halt because of Covid-19. This forced the MLB to … Continue reading Play Ball!

Super Bowl LV in the Books

By: Jack Sendek Who knew back in September that Super Bowl LV would exist, given all the worries and concerns associated with Covid-19? Nevertheless, Super Sunday has come and left, with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ousting the Kansas City Chiefs from their title throne. Tom Brady (aka the G.O.A.T) has cemented his relentless presence in the Super Bowl with his 7th ring. With that in … Continue reading Super Bowl LV in the Books

Winter Sports are Back

By: Cat Carrafiello A few weeks ago, Governor Andrew Cuomo approved the following sports to resume: basketball, cheerleading, football, hockey, lacrosse, volleyball, and wrestling. These sports were labeled as “high-risk” sports due to being in close contact and indoors during the pandemic. The official season began in early February. The approval is exciting news for New York high schools, players, coaches, and even communities because … Continue reading Winter Sports are Back

Obi 1 and the 2021 NBA

By: Aiden Rutman On December 22, the 2020-2021 season of the National Basketball Association tipped off. Let’s examine some of the major headlines through the first month of the season. Obi Toppin The 22-year-old PF, Obi Toppin grew up right down the street in Ossining. After tearing it up on the court in high school, Toppin took his talents to Dayton University. After winning the … Continue reading Obi 1 and the 2021 NBA

BHS Honors the Class of 2021’s NCAA Commits

By Annie Dineen and Lillie Bianco Volume 71, Issue II It’s obvious that the class of 2021 is talented in the classroom, but what many don’t know is that many seniors are just as talented on the field, on the court, and even in the pool. So far, the senior class has eight future collegiate athletes, and there are more to come. Aidan Murnane committed … Continue reading BHS Honors the Class of 2021’s NCAA Commits

Squash Team Makes it to Nationals

By Jolie Wasserman Volume 69, Issue II The inaugural season of the varsity girls’ squash team has arrived. The fastest growing sport in Briarcliff Manor, which already has a boys’ team, will now have eight girls sporting their own team in the coming winter. Captains of the girls’ team, Isabel Schumacher and Caroline Adams, were kind enough to share their input on the spirit of … Continue reading Squash Team Makes it to Nationals

Coach Friedman Becomes Head Coach for VBB

By Jacob Aframian Volume 69, Issue II Winter sports are back in session at Briarcliff High School, and the  boys’ varsity basketball team is back and ready to embark on a new season. Finishing their previous season with a record of 22-5, the Bears have made a name for themselves. Last year, they won the Section 1 Title, along with Regionals, eventually going to  States … Continue reading Coach Friedman Becomes Head Coach for VBB