More Future NCAA Athletes for the Class of 2025

By: Annie Dineen Previously this year the Bulletin put out an article on eight future collegiate athletes that are graduating this year. That article stated “there are more to come,” and the class of 2021 did not disappoint. We have shed light on the following future NCAA athletes: Catherine Flanagan: Duke University Women’s Fencing Ashleigh Fortunate: University of Buffalo Women’s Soccer Yasmin Hill: University of … Continue reading More Future NCAA Athletes for the Class of 2025

March Madness Recap

By: Giovanni Culotta For sports fans across America, the month of March is a godsend. Why? Because it’s bracket time. The NCAA tournament, or “March Madness,” draws viewers of all ages to their TV screens, following as many games as possible. Fans everywhere were anxiously waiting for the tournament after last year’s was cancelled due to the COVID-19 lockdown. This year’s tourney was defined by … Continue reading March Madness Recap

Megan Rapinoe Takes Fight to Congress

By: Rebecca Kratz According to the National Women’s Law Center, women working full time, year-round are on average paid 82 cents for every dollar paid to men. Megan Rapinoe, the captain of the US women’s soccer team, has continued her fight for equal pay for female athletes. To draw attention to this unequal distribution of prize money, she used her team’s 4th World Cup Victory … Continue reading Megan Rapinoe Takes Fight to Congress

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