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by Corey Modeste on Apr 15, 2015
William Pantle Current School: Flushing High School (12th Grade (HS) School in Fall 2015: Fordham University (anticiapted graduation May 2019) Current Volunteer Activity: William is a leader during...
by Ben Oliner on Feb 6, 2015
The new Poly Prep Athletic Center is being constructed of steel, glass, and wood. At completion, it will stand two stories tall. It will project strength, confidence, and have a unique character all...
by Corey Modeste on Jul 18, 2013
If you think New Yorkers abandon squash each summer for the tennis court or the bike path, think again.  The record turnouts at the weekly StreetSquash round robins show that interest in squash...
by Corey Modeste on Jun 21, 2013
Chelsea Piers launched its summer pro league and drop in last year and kicked off the 2013 series on June 12th. The format is simple. Club head pro Natalie Grainger works tirelessly to pair players...
by Anonymous on May 11, 2013
The Battle of the Boros III was contested at Sports Club/LA in New York City. The Manhattan team won 7-5, but the match was clearly overshadowed by the third match of the evening when former British...
by Rob Dinerman on May 6, 2013
Trailing 14-12 in the fourth game, their seemingly safe 2-1, 10-5 lead just minutes earlier wiped out and then some by a seven-point run against them, top seeds Josh Schwartz and Hamed Anvari...
by Rob Dinerman on May 5, 2013
Fourth seed Ryan Cuskelly and second seed Hisham Ashour won entertaining though starkly different semifinal matches this evening at Sports Club/LA in midtown Manhattan, thereby earning the right to...
by Rob Dinerman on May 3, 2013
Trailing one game to love and behind in the early portion of the second as well, Jamie Haycocks changed the pace, tightened up his drives and drops and inexorably swept to a 9-11 11-6 11-1 11-6...
by Rob Dinerman on May 2, 2013
Rocked by a fast-charging opponent who swiftly barged to a 9-3 first-game lead, former PSA N. 31 Liam Kenny nearly made up that deficit, then inexorably established full control en route to an 8-11...
by Rob Dinerman on Apr 23, 2013
Trailing one game to love and a few points behind in mid-second against a three-time U. S. Nationals finalist, 2012 Princeton captain Chris Callis determinedly forged his way to an immensely hard-...
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