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The Time for a Shot Clock in High School has Come

Danny Gardener, Opinion Editor

January 5, 2017


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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


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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


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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...

Summer Olympics 2016: Where are They Now?

Joon Song, Spotlight Editor

November 3, 2016


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After weeks of tryouts, months of training, and years of commitment for the 2016 Rio Olympics, the U.S. Olympians proudly flew back home with 121 medals. These superhuman athletes lived the past years in a low-key lifestyle: from strict diet (strange concoction of vegetables) to intense workouts; they lived ...

Clinton vs. Trump: the World of Sports’ Stance

Christian Milcos, Editor-In-Chief

November 1, 2016


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With Election Day quickly approaching many athletes have stepped forward to endorse their preferred candidate. These endorsements, whether for Hilary Clinton or Donald Trump, have sparked some discussion among sports fans and analysts across the country. Even though he may be one of the most controversial...

Lochte Scandal Overshadows 2016 Olympics

Amanda Kaczorowski, Staff Writer

October 4, 2016


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Every four years, the Olympics mark a time in which all athletes are united under the spirit of competition. More than two-hundred member countries of the International Olympic Committee competed in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in the hopes of showing their dominance in many prestigious pastimes. Despite...

RHS Field Hockey: Leaving a Legacy

RHS Field Hockey: Leaving a Legacy

Julia Gardener, Sports Editor

October 4, 2016


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When looking back at high school, the memories made will always last. This is especially true for a very successful, tight knit group of seniors on the girl’s field hockey team. Over the past four years, the field hockey team has become a major threat in the Big North Division. They have continuously...

Class of 2017 to be Well Represented on Signing Day

Class of 2017 to be Well Represented on Signing Day

Christian Milcos, Editor-In-Chief

September 28, 2016


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As senior signing day approaches in October; several members of the class of 2017 are already deep into their college decision process. From baseball, to field hockey, to swimming, Ramsey High School's current senior class will be well represented in college athletics next year. Some upperclassmen,...

Ramsey Rips Up Penn Relays

Ramsey Rips Up Penn Relays

Joon Song, Spotlight Editor

June 6, 2016


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Heavy hearts-beating with nauseating nervousness: this is how Brianna Bussiere, Lauren Chamberlin, Victoria Clinton, Kelsey Larkin, Jaclyn Johnston, Samantha Sudol, and Dana Webb felt as they stepped on their starting blocks at Penn Relays. They were the representatives from Ramsey High School's ...

Tunil’s Draft Night Blunder; Totally Surprising?

Christian Milcos, Editor-In-Chief

June 6, 2016


Filed under Columns, Sports

The presumed number 1 pick of the 2016 NFL draft, Laremy Tunsil, fell dramatically to the 13th spot after being picked by the Miami Dolphins. This was in contrast to most draft experts, projecting a selection at 6th by the Baltimore Ravens as a worst case scenario for the left tackle out of Ole Miss....

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