by Tahmid Ahmed ’18 After catastrophically losing to Stuyvesant High School 47-27, the Boys Varsity team bounced back and exceeded expectations, finishing the season with a 9-9 record. Although this year’s record was worse than last year’s record, it is still considered a huge accomplishment, since the team lost seven
The boys JV Basketball team had another successful season. The squad went 6-4 in the regular season, ending the year in second place in the Brooklyn II division. One thing that characterized the team throughout much of the season was that they could stay with practically any team. On January
The girl’s table tennis team ended their playoff run early February, marking the end of a great season. Going 8-2 in the regular season, the team was second place in Division II. Unfortunately, Tech fell short to Edward Murrow High School. After the regular season ended, Tech faced off against
Akbar Haider’17 On February 16, 2017, Brooklyn Tech Boys Wrestling team walked in to Petrides Gym as the second seeded team and walked out as NYC PSAL Wrestling Champions. Despite facing a tough crowd, The Engineers were unfazed and determined. They put on an upsetting show for the crowd as
Both boys and girls teams swept boroughs and won their respective championships this past weekend on February 12th. The team competed against other Brooklyn high schools at The Armory Track & Field Center in Manhattan. It was an exciting morning of fast times and team work. The boy’s team dominated the
by Justin Lipitz ’19 It was an exciting Super Bowl filled with surprises, funny commercials, and Lady Gaga. Throughout the two and a half quarters, it appeared that it be a typical Super Bowl blowout. From Tom Brady’s first career playoff pick-six, and the Patriots’ inability to stop the Falcon’s potent offense,
After 27 years The Lady Engineers bring home the city championship banner. The team ends the season on a perfect undefeated 15-0 record, and they can rejoice as their hard work has paid off. The team emerged victorious against Hunter College High School in the first playoff game at Fort-Hamilton Pool.
by Aman Kaiyum With the basketball season kicking in, the New York Knicks have made considerable changes in their roster. Going 32-50 last season, the Knicks put up disappointing numbers as they struggled in the 13th seed and failed to make it to the playoffs. Despite recent performances, they were
By Oscar Sullivan ’17 On Saturday October 9th, dozens of schools from several states competed in the Manhattan College Cross Country Invitational at Van Cortlandt Park. Tech’s Varsity Boys finished a respectable tenth out of twenty-six in their race, with an average time of 14:18 for the 2.5 mile race.
Medical records of several Olympic athletes have been leaked from the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) database. The alleged hacker group is known as “Tsar Team” and “Fancy Bears”, and it has previously been linked to the Russian government. They claim to have “sensational proof” of American athletes “regularly using illicit