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Making a Splash in New York State

Making a Splash in New York State

Maggie Ford, Sports Editor

December 9, 2017


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After consecutive dominant seasons filled with grit and fast times, members of the Ossining High School Girls Varsity Swim Team qualified for the State Championships meet, which they competed at in November, in Ithaca, New York. The Current sat down with Mary Nichols, an incredibly talented, yet humble...

Indoor Track Begins

Indoor Track Begins

Angela Torricella, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017


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The indoor track season is creeping closer to its official opening--leaving many wondering how the team will respond to the fierce competition it will face in the coming months.  Expectations are high for the team, especially junior Patrick Saint Ange, who recently returned from the cross country States C...

The Bronx Force Awakens

The Bronx Force Awakens

Maggie Ford, Sports Editor

October 24, 2017


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The Yankees’ dreams of winning their first American League pennant and clinching their first World Series berth since 2009 were dashed in Houston on Saturday night. After falling behind to the Astros 2-0 in the American League Championship Series, the Yankees had taken control of the series, winning ...

Athlete of the Month: Thomas McBride

Athlete of the Month: Thomas McBride

Darwin Arias, Features Editor

September 29, 2017


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To start off the 2017-2018 school year, The Current is featuring rising senior Thomas (TJ) McBride as Athlete of The Month. McBride has excelled as a striving and dedicated runner on the Ossining High School’s Varsity Cross Country, Indoor Track, and Outdoor Track team. His dedication is seen through...

Ossining Cross Country Dominates at White Plains Invitational

Ossining Cross Country Dominates at White Plains Invitational

Angela Torricella, Staff Writer

September 24, 2017


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The Ossining Cross Country team has seen an interesting past few years, and has gone from being an extremely young and eager team, to the strong squad of upperclassmen it was predicted to be ( with the addition of the strong underclassmen who bring another bright future to the program). The girls team...

OHS September Sports Roundup

OHS September Sports Roundup

Maggie Ford, Sports Editor

September 24, 2017


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Cross Country: The OHS cross country team hit the ground running in September, coming out of a strong preseason camp to place well in all of its meets thus far. The team has been guided by new coach Ken Torricella, a former All-American runner at Iona College, and father of co-captain Angela Torricella...

Is Aaron Judge the Next Mike Trout?

Is Aaron Judge the Next Mike Trout?

Maggie Ford, Sports Editor

June 7, 2017


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This outfielder is the pride of his franchise’s farm system. He can cover ground in the blink of an eye to snag a fly ball that seemed impossible to catch. He can use his cannon of an arm to throw out an unwary base runner. An equal menace at the plate, he drives home runs the way some drink coffee ...

Quest for the Cup: East vs. East Playoff Predictions for the Eastern Conference NHL Finals

Quest for the Cup: East vs. East Playoff Predictions for the Eastern Conference NHL Finals

Maggie Ford, Staff Writer

May 24, 2017


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A collective groan could be heard across New York City on May 9, originating from 4 Pennsylvania Plaza and echoed in sports bars and living rooms across the state. The Rangers had lost. To the Ottawa Senators, of all teams. In a series they were projected to take in six games, the Rangers were stunned...

Controversy at Fenway Park

Controversy at Fenway Park

Fanny Zhang, Staff Writer

May 24, 2017


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Baseball has always been one of the most popular sports in America. Thousands of schools and programs all throughout America, provides baseball teams and training for kids and even adults. With thirty teams and three divisions in the Major League Baseball, in 2016, this organization has reached an inc...

Wanted: Quality Field Space and Sports Buses, OHS Athletes Suffer from a Lack of Space and Transportation

Wanted: Quality Field Space and Sports Buses, OHS Athletes Suffer from a Lack of Space and Transportation

Maggie Ford, Staff Writer

May 2, 2017


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As spring sports are fully underway, athletes by the hundreds flock to their respective fields to compete for Ossining High School in some of the toughest leagues in Section 1 sports. While some teams have had early season success, others have suffered losses that many athletes feel could have been p...

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