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Stuyvesant Rebels vs. A.P. Randolph High School, 1/14/08 After giving up a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter, the Runnin’ Rebels, the boys’ varsity basketball team, were able to tie the game with 1.2 seconds left when junior Nolan Becker scored on a layup. Following a timeout by A.P. Randolph, senior Fredrick Carrero made the […]
When Stuyvesant fans attend a basketball game, there is usually at least one person on the court who receives little applause or attention. Yet, this person is perhaps the most important figure on the court: the referee. Fans often forget about the referee when they attend games. They may yell at them occasionally for bad […]
The Runnin’ Rebels, the boys’ varsity basketball team, have a history of close games – five of Stuyvesant’s games have been decided by five points or less. The 52-49 loss to the Cougars of A.P. Randolph High School on Monday, January 13 was the most dramatic of these games when the Rebels gave up a […]
The Untouchables, the boys’ fencing team won the city championship by a mere half of a point on Friday, November 16, in one of the closest matches that Stuyvesant has fenced this season. Stuyvesant defeated Tottenville High School, 4.75-4.25, at Roberto Clemente State Park, in the Bronx. The Untouchables, seeded first in the playoffs, reached […]
There were over 37,000 participants at this year’s ING New York City Marathon—and likely thousands more stories and perspectives to write about. The media center at Tavern on the Green, Central Park issued 2,800 media credentials to cover these stories. These 2,800 people working together in one centralized location to not only watch the race, […]
Following a 54-45 win against Tottenville High School in the quarterfinals, the Penguins, the girls’ swimming team, defeated Curtis, 55-43, in the semifinals of the city playoffs on Tuesday, November 6 at Long Island City High School. Seeded second in the playoffs, the Penguins took the lead right from the start by placing first and […]
Despite numerous scoring chances and a wind that blew in their favor during the second half, the Ballerz, the boys’ soccer team, lost to the Red Devils of Flushing High School, 3-0. The quarterfinal game was held at New Dorp High School in Staten Island on Tuesday, November 7. Nine Stuyvesant players totaled 27 shots […]
After tenth period on Friday, November 9 in the third floor gymnasium, coach Phil Fisher and the Vixens, the girls’ varsity volleyball team, had put up the volleyball net, taken out the volleyballs and began practicing for their second round playoff match against Boys and Girls High School the following Sunday. An hour and a […]
“Pure joy,” senior Sam Frizell said after the boys’ varsity cross country team won the city championship at Van Cortlandt Park on Saturday, November 11. This was the team’s third city championship win in four years. All seven members of the varsity team ran personal records on the five-kilometer course. Sophomore Daniel Hyman-Cohen was the […]
The Vixens, the girls’ varsity volleyball team, defeated Bronx High School of Science in two tightly played games, 25-22, 25-23, in a quarterfinal match played on Tuesday, November 13 at Hunter College. The largest lead of the night was four points, taken by Stuyvesant at 14-10 in the first game after senior Diana Federova had […]