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.Read More →

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 wereRead More →

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 illicitRead More →

The highly anticipated AL Wildcard game between the Toronto Blue Jays and Baltimore Orioles ended with the defeat of the Orioles sending them two games back.  The Blue Jays and Orioles were evenly matched as both teams had identical records of 89-73 in their 19 match-ups throughout the season. TorontoRead More →

By Tahmid Ahmed Vigorous, strong, and athletic are just some the few characteristics that describe the girls fencing team as they have not only been undefeated in their division, but they have also captured the PSAL Championship for two consecutive years. The team has remained robust and loyal throughout theRead More →

By Alexander Leon Tech’s Girls Varsity Wrestling Team went undefeated in the regular season, assuming victory in all 6 games.  Early on April 7th, Tech defeated Edward R. Murrow High School 24-31 away at Murrow’s school, demonstrating Tech’s strength early in the season. Kiara Rice ’17 offered some of herRead More →

By Alexander Leon and Aman Kaiyum The Tech JV Basketball team has come a long way this season, blowing expectations through the roof.  The team has been very successful with a record of 10-2 closing off the regular season.  In the Brooklyn II league, they’ve managed to clinch the secondRead More →

By Noah Reidy #1 Mike Trout- Los Angeles Angels Hitting 41 home runs and batting .299 last year, the 25th overall pick of the 2009 MLB draft has transformed himself into arguably the best player in the MLB. It seems that Trout can do anything, whether it is averaging 35Read More →