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Rosalbo wins the girls’ Jacques Award and joins the 1,000 points club

Abigail Castillo, Staff Writer

April 4, 2014

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Geena Rosalbo, a senior on the girls varsity basketball team, has just been inducted as the 11th player of the Warriors team into the 1000 points club for scoring over 1000 points in her high school basketball career. On February...

Malik Grant wins second city title

Michael Jn-Marie, Staff Writer

April 4, 2014

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Start off good and finish strong, that seems to be the motto for Junior Malik Grant, a member of the Curtis Warriors wrestling team. As one of the standout wrestlers in New York, he continued his spectacular season en route to...

Girls gymnastics finish strong

Alyssa Orcuilo, Staff Writer

April 4, 2014

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        Considering they have only been competing for two years, the girls’ gymnastics team had a very successful season, besting every team on the Island except Tottenville, who won the city championship.  On January 5...

Girls JV basketball team wins PSAL championship

Cedeem Gumbs, Copy Editor

April 1, 2014

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The clock was tick- ing, the Lady Warriors were on the brink of winning the Junior Varsity PSAL Championship for basketball, and it all came down to how they played in the last quarter. On Friday March 14th, 2014, the Lady Warriors...

Most fall sports have disappointing seasons

Tolu Kolade, Staff Writer

December 5, 2013

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Football games, cross-country meets, and golf tournaments are some of the great things to look forward to each fall. With bowling, soccer, football, swimming, volleyball, and cross-country, there have been countless, memorable...

Soccer coach retires

Tosin Adeleke, Staff Writer

November 21, 2013

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             Coach Joyce Simonson is retiring after 24 years as the boys’ varsity soccer coach. Over the summer Simonson had hip replacement surgery and her recovery was slower than expected. When the August practice sch...

Boys and girls bowling have a late season

Caroline Gottlieb, Co-editor in Chief

November 21, 2013

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                  Curtis High School is home to 30+ sports, and two of them are the girls and boys bowling teams. The Lady Warriors were forced to start a week late because  to two teams not being fully prepared at ...

Track vs Cross Country

Samantha Pillarella, Staff Writer

November 21, 2013

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           Many people outside the running community do not realize that track and cross country are  two totally different sports.            According to Mr. Banks, “Cross country is one race, where few people...

Boys varsity lacrosse makes it to championship

Paulina Jedrzejowski, Staff Writer

September 9, 2013

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It’s a cold March afternoon, on the field at Curtis High School and  young men is are doing drills and  skill training sets.  Many wonder how they have the willpower to be on the field it such bad weatehr. it is because t...

Cheerleaders are athletes too

Kayla Rivera and Ashley Davison, Staff Writer

September 9, 2013

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 What is required for this sport is the ability to run over a mile, lift and catch heavy objects, be able to know your body and be extremely flexible. Players yell and scream at one another through their blood, sweat and tears. T...

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