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January Athlete of the Month: Jean Quinde

January Athlete of the Month: Jean Quinde

Cameron Takmil, Sports Editor February 20, 2021

For the month of January, The Current chose boy’s varsity swimming captain Jean Quinde as athlete of the month. Although swimming is one of the winter sports that has been cleared to practice and compete,...

Winter Sports Recap

A lot has happened these past few months: the NHL season kicked off, Sarah Fuller made history, and Tom Brady won another Super Bowl. Here's what you missed in December and January.
Cameron Takmil, Sports Editor February 20, 2021

In December... After a quiet November in the world of sports, an exciting December encapsulated the beginnings of a new NBA season, the drama of the NFL season as playoffs loomed, and much more. With...

December Athlete of the Month: Marlee Potillo

December Athlete of the Month: Marlee Potillo

Cameron Takmil February 1, 2021

Marlee Potillo is The Current’s December’s athlete of the month. She served as one of the key contributors on the Ossining girls’ varsity team, ending the season with 6 goals and 3 assists (9 total...

November Athlete of the Month: Kevon Evans

November Athlete of the Month: Kevon Evans

Cameron Takmil, Sports Editor December 4, 2020

The November Athlete of the Month is Kevon Evans, a senior on the boy’s soccer team and one of the players in Section 1 soccer. In the past two years, Evans has been one of the best players on the team,...

Ossining Pride Powers Through Pandemic

Ossining Pride Powers Through Pandemic

Autumn Valdes, Staff Writer December 4, 2020

2020 has been quite the year for everyone, but especially for high school students who have all been trying their best to adapt to the constant changes brought by the pandemic. With schools officially...

Monthly Sports Roundup: Lakers Win the NBA Championship, Dodgers Complete the Comeback, NFL Season in Jeopardy

In the past few months a lot has happened— a world series was won, the Lakers were crowned NBA champions, and the Tampa Bay Lightning proved that not even COVID-19 could stop them from winning— here’s what you missed.
Cameron Takmil, Sports Editor November 9, 2020

Six months after an unexpected pause in play, an NBA champion has been declared. The Larry O’Brien trophy once again resides in Los Angeles, nearly 10 years after the Lakers, led by the late Kobe Bryant,...

October Athlete of the Month: Lucy Roach

October Athlete of the Month: Lucy Roach

Cameron Takmil, Sports Editor October 30, 2020

The October athlete of the month is Lucy Roach, a sophomore player on the OHS tennis team. In a year laden with obstacles, many underclassmen are having the beginnings of their varsity careers defined...

The NBA and Social Justice; Players Use their Platforms to Demand Reform

The NBA and Social Justice; Players Use their Platforms to Demand Reform

Cameron Takmil, Sports Editor September 30, 2020

Throughout 2020, civil rights and police brutality have been at the forefront of political discourse. The murders of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, as well as the countless others, revitalized the Black...

Ossining Athletes Reflect on the Restrictions Imposed by Governor Cuomo on Local Sports

Ossining Athletes Reflect on the Restrictions Imposed by Governor Cuomo on Local Sports

Cameron Takmil, Sports Editor September 30, 2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic, sports are going to look very different than they have in previous years. Starting September 29th, sports deemed low-risk such as tennis, soccer, cross country, and field hockey...

Playing The Long Game: The Impact of COVID-19 on Professional Sports

Playing The Long Game: The Impact of COVID-19 on Professional Sports

Brenda Horan September 30, 2020

Over the course of the past few months, professional athletes have become accustomed to a new model of playing sports - one in which wearing masks and playing in front of empty seats is normal.  Prominent...

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