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Yankees Turn Back the Clock by Finding Fresh Faces

Brandon Furtado, Staff Writer

January 8, 2015

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Over the years, the New York Yankees have had problems with injuries due to age. This past season, longtime Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter retired after playing nearly 20 seasons with the team. Now, with spring training around the...

Soccer Seniors

Andrea Fonseca, Staff Writer

December 19, 2014

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On November 19 during the Sports Awards dinner, we watched incredible soccer players' reactions as they realized this was their last year of soccer. Both the boys and the girls will be missed! We wish them all success in whatever...

End of Season Review–Boys Soccer

Joseph Cappelluti, Staff Writer

December 19, 2014

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The Boys’ Varsity Soccer team season ended with an unfortunate loss to Glenn Ridge in the quarter-finals of the state tournament despite playing with 100% heart the whole game. However, the team ended with a 15 win and 5 loss...

Winter Sports Season

Nicole Gac, Staff Writer

December 19, 2014

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The sports season has begun once more here in the home of the Vikings. For many, it’s a good time of the year, considering so much starts again. Many people's schedules become busy with the start of their practices in preparation...

Ray Rice is Reinstated?

Brandon Furtado, Staff Writer

December 19, 2014

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Now that the dust has settled on this domestic violence dispute with Ray Rice, it's time to focus on his football career rather than his personal life. For some, this may come as a shock and for others it won't, but Rice has been...

Alumni Volleyball Game

Emily Hontiveros, Staff Writer

December 11, 2014

Filed under Sports, Student Life

On November 21st, the second annual alumni volleyball game at NAHS took place. The varsity and starting JV took on the past members of the volleyball team. It featured the return of many old faces for the alumni. Some of the players...

Volleyball Senior Night Game

Emily Hontiveros, Staff Writer

December 4, 2014

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October 30th’s night game versus Wallington was important for our seniors, Alexis Rosko, Lisbeth Infante, Leandra Acosta, and Elizabeth Danco. This senior night was an emotional time for all the girls since it is their last...

Week 12 NFL Predictions

Brandon Furtado, Staff Writer

December 4, 2014

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This week in football will produce some very great games. First up, we have the (7-3) Philadelphia Eagles taking on the (2-8) Tennessee Titans. This game will easily be won by the Eagles because let’s face it, the Titans are...

Soccer Night Game

Nicole Gac, Staff Writer

December 4, 2014

Filed under Sports

So far this is proving to be a great season for the Lady Vikings and they are hoping for it to continue. Although it was freezing during the ladies’ last night game, it sure was worth watching it go down. From beginning to end,...

No Foles, No Problem

Brandon Furtado, Staff Writer

December 4, 2014

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Eagles’ fans everywhere, including me, weren’t sure what side of Mark Sanchez we would expect to see since he hasn’t started in a football game in two years. If that wasn’t nerve-racking enough, the Eagles received terrible...

Cowboys fall to Redskins in overtime thriller

Brandon Furtado, Staff Writer

November 11, 2014

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In a week where the NFC East division was up for grabs, the Cowboys (6-1) had an easy assignment: take down the Washington Redskins (2-5). Looking for their seventh consecutive win this season, Cowboys fans and football fans were...

2014 Summer Transfer Window

Joseph Cappelluti, Staff Writer

October 24, 2014

Filed under Sports

In most major sports, there is a draft to get into the professional level of that sport. However, the great sport of soccer is a little different. Soccer has something called a transfer window. The transfer window is open in the...

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