Sophie Jelinek: Briarcliff Bowling Legend

By Kyle Harris Volume 69, Issue II At Briarcliff, the bowling team is rumored to be used for varsity exemption during junior and senior year, but Sophie Jelinek has proved that a Briarcliff bowler can have success. As a two-year captain, All-league winner and Westchester Christmas Bowling Tournament champion, she has done nothing but impress. With a two-game combined score of 456, it is clear … Continue reading Sophie Jelinek: Briarcliff Bowling Legend

Baseball Off to a Strong Start Powered By Four College-Bound Players

By Kyle Harris Volume 68, Issue V A year ago, the Boys’ Varsity Baseball was in a similar situation. In a season that seemed destined to end in at least a Section 1 title, the team fell short in a devastating first-round loss to the bottom seed Croton. Coming into this year, all of the returning players knew it would have to be different. “We … Continue reading Baseball Off to a Strong Start Powered By Four College-Bound Players

Fortnite Takes BHS, and World, by Storm

By Kyle Harris Volume 68, Issue IV Victory Royale. You probably see Snapchat stories with a picture of those words on a TV screen a lot. Seeing those words on a TV or computer screen might represent the best moment in a teenage boy’s life. But what does “Victory Royale” actually mean? Fortnite has taken over lives and has quickly become one of the most popular video … Continue reading Fortnite Takes BHS, and World, by Storm

Deli Showdown: Sundance VS Rocky’s

By Kyle Harris Volume 68, Issue III Debating Rocky’s Deli versus Sundance Deli is one of BHS students’ most opinionated discussions. I took a poll of 21 BHS students and found that 13 (62%) chose Rocky’s while 8 (32%) chose Sundance. I have always gone to Rocky’s due to its convenient proximity to my house, but recently I have gone to Sundance nearly three times … Continue reading Deli Showdown: Sundance VS Rocky’s

Alex Leahy and the Boys Soccer Team Win Big at Awards Ceremony

By Kyle Harris Volume 68, Issue II After the first trip to the Section 1 finals in its history, the boys soccer team continued to break records after the season with many players selected for All-League, All-Section and All-State teams. Alex Leahy, captain, had a productive year which garnered him the Section 1 Small School Player of the Year. “I’m really proud of Alex and … Continue reading Alex Leahy and the Boys Soccer Team Win Big at Awards Ceremony