First Chip’ Since ’99: Vikings Win Their Ninth Mid-Hudson Conference Men’s Championship

Twelve to one read the scoreboard when the final whistle blew. The Vikings had not won a conference championship since 1999—16 years ago. Their quest […]

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Lady Vikings’ Chance at Redemption

The Westchester Community College Lady Vikings volleyball team traveled to Ulster County to face off against the SUNY Ulster Senators, on Thursday, Oct 1, only […]

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NFL Power Ranking Analysis

The week 4 NFL power rankings are out and I have some gripes with them! I may not be following win loss records to much […]

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Lady Vikings Take Advantage of Fall Weather to Have On-Field Practice

When people think of fall they usually think of Football, Pumpkin spice lattes sweater weather and even the baseball regular season coming to a close. […]

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Memoirs of an Athlete: Sergio Perez

“The feeling of my cleats on the grass always felt like a second home to me,” said Sergio Perez, who played high school football all […]

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What Will the Yankees Do This Postseason?

As the leaves on the trees begin to exonerate, it is clear that fall is here, and for baseball fans that means it is time […]

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Giants Seek Win After Loss to Cowboys

The New York Giants hope to rebound this week against the Atlanta after their devastating mishap of a loss to their division rival, the Dallas […]

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Mets Still Not “Must See T.V.”

The Mets are still not must see T.V.! Sorry to say it Mets fans, this is not to any fault of there own though. The […]

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This Season’s Soccer Captains: Rai DaSilva

Rai DaSilva, born March 13, 1993 has been playing soccer as a goalie since he was 8. He was following his older brother Reuel’s footsteps. […]

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NFL Injuries

It is no secret that Football has its share of injury’s everything from minor injury’s all the way to torn ligaments and the always scary […]

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