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Girl’s Varsity Field Hockey Team Advances to Bergen County Final

Kaelin Farley, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017

The girl’s varsity field hockey team is on its way to the Bergen County finals against Demarest after beating Northern Highlands 2-0 in the county tournament semifinal. With a record of 13-1, Ramsey may hold the first seed for the state sectional tournament.   The semifinal game against Northern Highland...

Ramsey Football Season

Ramsey Football Season

Will Kennedy, Managing Editor

September 29, 2017

Our football team dropped their weekend contest against 12th ranked Dwight Morrow 45-28, drawing their record to an even 2-2. Earlier in the season the team picked up wins against Ridgefield Park and Dumont. This year’s squad has talent, but perhaps lacks depth according to commentary given to The...

Did Boston’s Luck Run Out?

Lily Brickman, Sports Editor

September 29, 2017

As the Cleveland Cavaliers came off of their big loss, their star point guard decided it was time for a change. Four time league MVP LeBron James holds the spotlight for the East Coast powerhouse, and Irving felt it was his time to carry the torch. For this reason, on July 21st he requested a trade fr...

NHL Playoff Madness

Lily Brickman, Sports Editor

June 12, 2017

As the winter season comes to a close, so do the season’s appropriate sports. The National Hockey League is coming to the end of its season with the playoffs in full swing as the best teams battle it out for the Stanley Cup. The two month long process begins with sixteen cities on the edge of their sea...

A Day for the Greats

Lily Brickman, Sports Editor

June 12, 2017

Sunday, May 14th proved to be a special day for a lot of people around the states. This is not just because of Mother's Day, rather the Yankees and their thousands of fans dedicated the day to retired all star, Derek Jeter. The ceremony was held to retire his legendary number two, and honor his legac...

Ramsey’s Inaugural Lacrosse Class Bids Adieu to Community

Ramsey’s Inaugural Lacrosse Class Bids Adieu to Community

Julia Gardener, Sports Editor

May 3, 2017

The Ramsey girls Lacrosse team has demonstrated significant improvement over the last three years. Ramsey, in fact, did not have a lacrosse team until 2014. As a result, the current seniors on the girls team have a special connection with the program, as they have taken part in building it since their...

U.S. Womens Hockey Team On Thin Ice After Boycott

Carolyn Coletti, Staff Writer

May 3, 2017

Recently, women have moved ahead by leaps and bounds when it comes to fighting for equal rights and pay compared to their male counterparts. This past March, the U. S. Women’s National Hockey team displayed another example of how passionate women can truly be when they are treated unfairly. With...

Four Promoted to the College Ranks for RHS Baseball

Will Kennedy, Copy Editor

May 1, 2017

As occasional highlight clips make its way on to social media, we’re constantly reminded that Ramsey High Baseball has sent a number of players over the years to the college ranks. For example, A clip of Mike Cirilli homering in both games of a double header for Alvernia, or Thomas Feehan taking the mound fo...

New Lacrosse Coach not a Stranger to RHS

Will Kennedy, Copy Editor

March 3, 2017

Ramsey High School has recently hired a new assistant girl’s lacrosse coach. However, "new" might not the right word to describe her. This is because for Coach Jessica Waldeck this job is a homecoming of sorts. She is both a graduate and former varsity athlete of Ramsey High School. Having walked...

Does Brady Stand Out in NFL’s Illustrious History?

Carolyn Coletti, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017

Tom Brady is a man that wears many different hats; he is a husband, father, philanthropist, quarterback for the New England Patriots, and a five time Super Bowl Champion. As of this February, when the New England Patriots came out on top in Super Bowl 51, a question has risen amongst football fans; Is...

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