By Eli Karp Volume 68, Issue IV Trust. If you had a penny for every time you heard that cliche used in sports, you would probably have enough money to buy several slices of overpriced PTA pizza sold one Wednesday per month. However, trust is what has gotten the Bears boys’ basketball team to its first state final four in state history. Trust is also … Continue reading Bing, You’re In! Bears Make Historic Run to State Final Four
By Eli Karp Volume 68, Issue III Varsity girls’ basketball’s December 26th win at the County Center over St. Joseph’s may be the only time it plays there this season. They certainly made it count. When Head Coach Don Hamlin came into the locker room post-game to address his players, he felt a buzz in the room. That buzz turned into applause very quick. Hamlin, … Continue reading Don Hamlin Notches 350th Career Win, but Wants More
By Eli Karp Volume 68, Issue II Section 1 surprised nearly everyone when it announced that the Section 1 Boys and Girls Basketball Championships would not be held at the Westchester County Center. The games will be played at Pace University’s Goldstein Athletics Center. There is not yet a venue set for the semifinals, but according to Lohud they will be played at neutral sites … Continue reading Section 1 Basketball Championships Moved to Pace University
By Eli Karp Volume 68, Issue I For two Briarcliff High School athletic teams, the 2017 fall season was one to remember. Varsity boys soccer (VBS) had its best season in history, winning 12 regular season games, 15 overall, and making it to the Section 1 Final for the rst time in program history before losing to Rye Neck, 1-0, in overtime. After a … Continue reading Soccer and Volleyball Teams Make Section Finals and History
Volume 68, Issue I By Eli Karp Three student-athletes signed their National Letters of Intent (NLI) on Wednesday, November 8. Two pitchers on the Bears Varsity Baseball team, Jack Ryan and Quinten Cooleen, will be playing the same sport at the next level. Ryan will play at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. William & Mary competes in the Colonial Athletic Association, a … Continue reading Three Student-Athletes Officially Commit
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By Eli Karp Volume 67, Issue II It’s a constant thought in Maresca conversations. Somehow a former student comes up in discussion and whichever teacher is making themselves out to be ancient can’t seem to recall where that student currently is in the world. Leave it to The Briarcliff Bulletin to find out what some BHS alumni are up to. The Bulletin in particular has … Continue reading Former Editors-In-Chief: Where are they Now?
By Eli Karp Volume 67, Issue I On November 9, a group of elite Briarcliff athletes signed their National Letters of Intent (NLI), committing to continue their athletic careers in college. Among those who signed were Jack Zimmerman, Loren Haukova, Jordan Ricciardi, Sophia Gelard and Ryan Gallagher. Zimmerman will be part of Penn State’s Track and Field team while Haukova will play tennis for Boston … Continue reading Briarcliff Congratulates Athletes