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Becoming an Athlete Changed My College Experience
Picture this: I am a sophomore in college. I just spent my whole summer looking at schools to transfer to. I felt as though my school didn't allow for differing opinions. I was bored; I needed a chall...
Rich Monetti11 days ago
Horace Greeley Swim Team Is Nothing Short of a Dynasty
We take our sports seriously. The professional baseball, basketball, and football fanaticism that returns such passion from above certainly filters down in high school athletics. So it's only natural ...
Rich Monetti13 days ago
'Sports Roundup' Covers Horace Greeley Sports Independently
For several years now, Horace Greeley High School has been putting out a school newspaper called Sports Roundup. The homespun magazine allows students to merge their passions for professional sports, ...
SKYLERIZED 24 days ago
Why Are You Ranking: Worst Ringless Sportsmen Listed from Ugly Golf Swing to Horrible Commentator
With the roar of the crowd echoing through the air, the smell of popcorn and beer and peanuts also give the typical sports supporter a sense of witnessing the sublime. Over time, the athletes that tak...
Seb Waddington25 days ago
England vs India: My Preview
Okay, bear with me. This is my first article/piece/whatever these are called on Vocal. Basically, I’m going to be looking into the England team for the upcoming test series against India and making a ...
Aidan Mahoneya month ago
Angelique Kerber Denies Serena Williams of Making History; Wins her Third Grand Slam
After many shocks, surprises, and upsets, the final was set between Angelique Kerber and Serena Williams—the second time they would play in the Wimbledon final in three years. Williams was chasing his...
Chloe Francisa month ago
Wimbledon and Women
As the World Cup comes to a close, all eyes turn to the ongoing Wimbledon event, which started July 2 and ends on July 15. Wimbledon is a huge tournament with over one thousand players competing in th...
Mikayla a month ago
How to Survive (And Thrive) in the Challenging World of College Sports
If you're like the millions of young athletes with dreams of competing at the collegiate level, you've probably wondered if you really have what it takes to be successful in that world. It's a very va...
Lizz Darcya month ago
Toxic Masculinity in Sports
The sports world has always been dominated by men. As far back as the 11th century, and likely before, sports like jousting were used as tools for men to show off their strength, courage, and overall ...
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Anna a month ago
The True Meaning Behind Playing a Sport
Have you ever given as much dedication and commitment to a sport as much as you would give towards your job or family? Most likely not. Or maybe in today’s society you put all of that commitment towar...
Salvador Lorenz2 months ago
Best Sports Podcasts of 2018
Podcasts have been blessing our ears for years. Instead of listening to talk radio and top 40 hits on our morning commute, we have the option to tune into our favorite broadcasters and experts through...
Jason Schwartz2 months ago
Why We Need to See Slamball Come Back
I'm probably in the minority as someone who was an avid Slamball viewer. Most people who have heard of Slamball think of it as only basketball with a trampoline, but it's much more than that. Slamball...
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Maxwell Mock2 months ago
Ultimate Frisbee? What's that?
The Competition. The Intensity. The Inclusiveness and Diversity. Those are just some of the basic aspects we look for in a sport that we want to play. But at the heart of it all, we just want to have ...
Rich Monetti2 months ago
8-7 Overtime Victory for Fox Lane Lacrosse Ends Yorktown’s 53-Game Winning Streak
Fox Lane lost a two goal second half lead to the Lacrosse Dynasty in Yorktown on Saturday afternoon. The leveling off must have had Fox Lane and their faithful feeling their hearts in their stomachs a...
Rachel Barry2 months ago
The Development of a High School Athlete
When I was in grade 4 I played volleyball for the very first time in gym class and completely fell in love. From there on I practiced and really tried to get a hang of it. In grade 6 and 7 I made the ...
juul embiid 2 months ago
Instant Replay Is Destroying Sports!
Let me start off by saying there is nothing worse than a blown call. Knowing your team was negatively effected not by what happened out there, but by an individual's ability to determine what happened...
Marjorie Roden2 months ago
The Drop of Estrogen Among a Sea of Testosterone, Part 1
It's a fact, there aren't as many female sports reporters out there in the mainstream media, especially in the male-dominated world of sports journalism. Even when I was at an NHL press conference las...
Rich Monetti2 months ago
Anna Laura and Title IX at Year 40
At the after-school program I work at in Westchester, I work with a 6-year-old spitfire named Anna Laura. Among the many games we play, she displays no fear in running into the corners against boys tw...