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March Madness 2017: Can Anyone Knock Off Nova?

Christian Milcos, Editor-In-Chief

March 3, 2017

You know, after one of the greatest Super Bowls of all time and a maniacal NBA trade deadline, it is now the NCAA’s turn to “wow” the sports world as March Madness approaches. It will be difficult for this year’s tournament to top last year’s unimaginable finish when Villanova’s Kris Jen...

Winter Track: A Hidden Athletic Gem

Julia Gardner, Sports Editor

February 2, 2017

Although just a small town, Ramsey is known for its outstanding success in athletics. As a result, the fans, both students and parents alike, come out to every game possible. However, certain sports take priority over others such as the football, soccer, hockey, and basketball. All have had their recent...

Offense to be the Theme of Super Bowl 51

Chris Lim, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017

  With Super Bowl 51 coming this Sunday, many fans are waiting in anticipation for the team who will come out victorious in this year’s NFL season. Matt Ryan and the Falcons will face off with Tom Brady and the Patriots on February 5, 6:30 PM. Not only will this match-up be between t...

Class of 2020 Makes Its Mark on Boys Varsity Basketball

Will Kennedy, Copy Editor

February 2, 2017

If you remember a player slam-dunking a basketball at the winter sports’ pep rally, then you already know Sean Hansen. As a freshman, Sean has achieved a spot on the varsity basketball team and plays often. Breaking into the lineup of a team that just last year made it to the state sectional final is no s...

James DiTomaso: the Ramsey Hockey Aficionado

James DiTomaso: the Ramsey Hockey Aficionado

Lauren Chamberlin and Kelly Koons, Staff Writers

January 9, 2017

The success of a team depends on the dedication and support of the players, coaches, and community. James DiTomaso, class of 2018, plays a key role on the Ramsey Hockey team.  Any Ramsey hockey fan is no doubt familiar with the team's biggest fan. James can be found in the bleachers of any Ramsey hockey...

Halftime Shows: Innocent Enough or a Big Distraction?

Carolyn Coletti, Staff Writer

January 9, 2017

On Sunday, February fifth, two NFL teams will take part in the annual Super Bowl. They will battle it out for 60 minutes in an attempt to become the best in the world. The game is expected to generate much attention, as last year's game brought in over 114.4 million viewers world wide. Interestin...

Clemson Gets A Shot at Redemption in 2017 College Football Playoff

Ben Ashmmore, Opinion Editor

January 6, 2017

Who can stop the juggernaut in Crimson? Can Dashaun Watson seek revenge against Alabama? Can Washington prove that they are for real? Can Ohio State reclaim their title from 2014? These are all valid questions for the upcoming college football playoffs. This years playoffs included a new face and three...

The Time for a Shot Clock in High School has Come

Danny Gardener, Opinion Editor

January 5, 2017

There has been much debate as to whether or not high school basketball should add a shot clock to its game. Said clock, which would limit the time of each possession during the game, is already used in college and in the NBA, and many feel it would do wonders for the high school game. The argument against...

Dark Times Loom for New York Football Fans

Julia Gardner, Sports Editor

November 4, 2016

Being a professional athlete in New York is beyond the spotlight. Anybody set to play on the island has to prepare for the ride. It is called the "city that never sleeps", and for good reason. It’s a city where the media pounces on every opportunity, and fans change their moods from day to day. One...

Unlikely Hero Saves Boys Soccer Team’s Season

Lauren Chamberlin and Kelly Koons

November 4, 2016

Josh Schwarz, a junior at Ramsey High School, had never started in a varsity game. He was the backup goaltender for the Rams as he watched the stellar play of starting goalkeeper Braden Miller for the past three seasons. Braden had been starting for the varsity team since his junior year therefore, h...