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    ESPN Deals Over 100 Layoffs

    By: Joe SanFilippo In recent weeks, ESPN has laid off essentially all of their NHL writers/reporters during, of all times, the NHL playoffs. The same demise was me by numerous […]

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    City’s Strong Second Half Pushes Them Through Monaco

    By: Anthony Nostro A cold Tuesday evening in Manchester turned out to be the site of the most exciting Champions League Round thus far. City came into the match with […]

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    Brady stages improbable comeback in Super Bowl LI

    By: Joe SanFilippo HOUSTON, TEXAS — The New England Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in overtime to win Super Bowl LI. New England overcame a 25-point deficit to score […]

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    Rookie Fever for The Dallas Cowboys

    By: Joe SanFilippo A football team never wants to see their star quarterback go down with a serious injury. Such absence often leads to a team experiencing many difficulties in […]

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    Sophomores Take Powderpuff Champion Title

    By: Clare O’Keefe NEWBURGH- On a chilly Friday night, the girls of Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) battled it out during the annual “Powderpuff” football game. Powderpuff’s tournament-style matches were […]

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    “Hey Chicago, What Do You Say?”

    By: Joe SanFilippo Chicago Cubs fans are comforted to know they “finally did it.” For the first time in 108 years, the Cubs can call themselves “World Series Champions.” The […]

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    Cubs vs. Indians: 2016 World Series Preview

      By Joseph SanFilippo The 2016 World Series will interestingly consist of the two teams in the MLB who have the longest droughts without a World Series title (that have […]

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    The Power of Sports

      By: Joe Kulesza When sports are graced with the presence of a master at their craft, it does not matter what your favorite team is. True sports fans appreciate […]

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    This Week in Sports


    By: Joe SanFilippo Tuesday, Oct. 4:
 The Men’s Soccer team defeated Maritime College 3-0.
 Wednesday, Oct. 5:
 The Women’s Soccer team lost to Vassar College 4-1. The Women’s Tennis team […]

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    The Last “José Day”

    By Mike Reistetter and Joe SanFilippo A native of Newburgh, N.Y. dawns a Miami Marlins hat while shopping in “Price Chopper.”  A single tear streams down his face as he […]

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    Why Kaepernick Takes a Kneel

    By Laura Wetherbee NFL player Colin Kaepernick has been causing quite the controversy in the news lately by refusing to stand for the playing of our country’s national anthem prior […]

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    A Long Awaited Victory

    By Victoria Kuhr Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU), a school the MSMC Women’s Volleyball Team have had a reputation of losing to time and time again, finally lost their track record […]

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    This Week in MSMC Sports (# 1)

    By Joe SanFilippo Tuesday, Sept. 6: The Women’s Soccer team lost 7-0 against #14 Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J. Wednesday, Sept. 7: The Men’s Soccer team lost 2-1 […]

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    Spring Sports Round Up

    by: Mike Reistetter Baseball  4/10 Game 1:  MSMC  16   CMSV   2 Sophomore Blake Kennan (Fishkill, N.Y.) hit a two-run homerun in the Knight’s season high 16-run outing. Ryan […]

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    Curt Schilling: From “Bloody Sock”-wearing Hero to Politically Incorrect Pariah

    by: Mike Reistetter Media scrutiny over offensive statements has become a staple of the Internet generation. There are vast cases to be made for alleged wrongful terminations of well-known figures, […]